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post #16 of 47
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Originally Posted by Primetime86 View Post

I don't know why people are surprised by the muddy sound. Having owned top midfi phones you really hear the difference.

We don't hear what you're hearing, hence all the inquiry. We're not saying we don't believe you, but our experiences with the M-100 seems vastly different than yours. Why are our reactions surprising to you?

*Sniffs a jug of milk*


"Does this smell funny to you?"


*Disagrees with everyone's answers*

post #17 of 47
I guess your ears are not like mine. Having owned clean phones with good separation I can really hear the difference.
post #18 of 47
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Originally Posted by Primetime86 View Post

I guess your ears are not like mine. Having owned clean phones with good separation I can really hear the difference.

I have to agree, not all the ears are equal. Not all people listen the same from a headphone.

post #19 of 47

I guess all of those professional reviews out there are wrong then.

post #20 of 47
Ugh. The m100 sounds good enough from a portable for people that don't listen to super expensive cans ie HD800, T1, HE500, etc.
post #21 of 47
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Originally Posted by Trunks159 View Post

Ugh. The m100 sounds good enough from a portable for people that don't listen to super expensive cans ie HD800, T1, HE500, etc.

And even if you do listen to those, the M-100 is still no where near muddy.

post #22 of 47
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Originally Posted by DrSheep View Post
 

I guess all of those professional reviews out there are wrong then.

What professional reviews? Tyll? Tyll's review is pretty critical of the M100 and so are many others. It's ok though I understand that these are more aimed at consumers and bassheads. It's just horrible though to charge the sort of price they are asking for and these. You can get the Skull Candy aviator for £60 that's nearly 4 times lower! they are cleaner and have a better mid range than the M100. If the M100 where £150 or $170-200 dollars that would be more like it. it's just a muddy mess for anything other than EDM or Dubstep.

post #23 of 47
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Originally Posted by Primetime86 View Post
 

What professional reviews? Tyll? Tyll's review is pretty critical of the M100 and so are many others. It's ok though I understand that these are more aimed at consumers and bassheads. It's just horrible though to charge the sort of price they are asking for and these. You can get the Skull Candy aviator for £60 that's nearly 4 times lower! they are cleaner and have a better mid range than the M100. If the M100 where £150 or $170-200 dollars that would be more like it. it's just a muddy mess for anything other than EDM or Dubstep.

Isn't that just like saying the AKG K701 is just a pair of tweeters for anything other than classical because it got no bass?

post #24 of 47
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Originally Posted by RoMee View Post
 

Isn't that just like saying the AKG K701 is just a pair of tweeters for anything other than classical because it got no bass?

Nope, because the K701 has bass and is excellent for most music. fact is these M100 are advertised as being tuned by audiophiles and have life-like vocals etc. 

post #25 of 47
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Originally Posted by Primetime86 View Post
 

Nope, because the K701 has bass and is excellent for most music. fact is these M100 are advertised as being tuned by audiophiles and have life-like vocals etc. 

Really? That's new....:blink:

post #26 of 47
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Originally Posted by RoMee View Post
 

Really? That's new....:blink:

Do you own them?

post #27 of 47
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Originally Posted by Primetime86 View Post
 

Do you own them?

 

Yes, awhile ago, and the Q701, and for about a week the Annies before returning them to Amazon. Great clarity, no bass :(.

But you know what? This looks like a case of....

 

So I'm going to bow out. 


Edited by RoMee - 11/18/13 at 5:20am
post #28 of 47
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Originally Posted by RoMee View Post
 

 

Yes, and the Q701, and for about a week the Annies before returning them to Amazon.

Sees like you need a different amp, these things pop out fine bass with my tube and this is coming from someone who owns the D2000.

post #29 of 47

You are way over generalizing your extreme experience for the M-100 as the norm for the masses, plus I think you are trolling a bit.  I drives a GT-R that goes from 0-60 in 2.9s, which is faster than 99.9% of the cars I see out there everyday, but does it mean that automatically I think Jags or Aston Martin or even most Ferrari and Lambo sucks?  List your equipment and put up hard evidence or stop bashing.

post #30 of 47
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Originally Posted by DrSheep View Post
 

You are way over generalizing your extreme experience for the M-100 as the norm for the masses, plus I think you are trolling a bit.  I drives a GT-R that goes from 0-60 in 2.9s, which is faster than 99.9% of the cars I see out there everyday, but does it mean that automatically I think Jags or Aston Martin or even most Ferrari and Lambo sucks?  List your equipment and put up hard evidence or stop bashing.

How am I trolling lol you seem to be very sensitive that someone thinks your headphones are a muddy mess. I own 3 pairs of M100 and use them for portability, I like them but still think they sound bad for most music. like I said most people that buy these are consumers. Consumers also like beats too I can point you to over 2000 positive review on the beats solo or studio.

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