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who makes solid headphones with replacable cables

post #1 of 7
Thread Starter 
Looking for some suggestions for over-ear headphones that have replacable cables

Suggestions?

Saw some old threads on this but really could use updated info
Thx
post #2 of 7

Sennheiser

post #3 of 7

AKG 702, 712, 267

Audeze: All

Bowers & Wilkins P5

Denon d600, d7100

Focal Spirit

Hifiman he-300, he400, he500, he-6, 

Monoprice 8323

Nad Viso 

Noontec Zoro

Onkyo ES-FC300

Philips Fidelio X1, M1, 

Sennheiser 518, 558, 598, Momentum, Amperior, HD25-II, HD600, HD650, HD700, HD800, ie8, ie80, ie800, 

Shure 840

Sony MDR1R

UE 6000, UE9000

Ultrasone DJ1, DJ1Pro 

V-moda m100 LP

 

In short: too many

post #4 of 7
Thread Starter 
MANY THANKS!!!!

Is HiFiMan the best bang for the buck with the HE-400? From all that I read, it seems like these can deliver satisfaction both with you pocket and ears.

Thoughts?
post #5 of 7

I really liked the HE-400, I sold them just to buy a new amp, would still be using them if I didn't need the extra cash.

 

A few things, the headband gets uncomfortable after a little while, and the stock cable is really stiff, but you are going to replace that anyway.

 

And it seems to require mods to get the best sound.

More info here

http://www.head-fi.org/t/604583/hifiman-he-400-impressions-and-discussion-thread

 

I just bought a pair of velour pads, that was enough for me.

post #6 of 7
Thread Starter 
Thanks ALL......this helps a lot.
post #7 of 7
Ultrasone Pro900 may be bang for the buck very high if you want closed, and they can be had for $250ish often.

Great phones with great bass.
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