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Poll Results: Which one is to your fancy ?

 
  • 13% (23)
    HD6 DJ
  • 9% (17)
    HD7 DJ
  • 59% (103)
    HD8 DJ
  • 17% (30)
    None of them
173 Total Votes  
post #676 of 903
HD6 MIX RATED BETTER THAN HD8 DJ S?????
picture and articles below.




HD6 MIX http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2455655,00.asp
HD8 DJ http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2454531,00.asp
post #677 of 903
Half a star deducted for being more ex than HD6! I have not heard it yet but I m guessing it should not sound too different than HD 8.
post #678 of 903

Does anyone actually take such "reviews" seriously?

post #679 of 903
Actually the 6s sound different from the 8s. The 8s sound a lil dark with muffled high end. To me rite out the box the 6s were more pleasing to my ears. And also the width of the depth sound wider than the 8s. Not too sure tho. If haven't taken my HD8s back, I will A&B them.
post #680 of 903

Of course they sound different. It has already been proved here with my measurements (which look exactly like Tylls) which look exactly how they sound (I had all three). Less bass clears things up, but they still have a even more muffled highs no matter how many years you burn them. I don't know why anyone would use them for serious "mixing" - unless you want a signature exactly like that and not a "neutral" one.

post #681 of 903
Interesting, so which one sounds best?
post #682 of 903

HD8 sounds the most exciting. If you are not looking for a bass boosted phone, you should look completely elsewhere.

post #683 of 903
Thks! Did u keep any one in the end?
post #684 of 903
Quote:
Originally Posted by xanlamin View Post

Interesting, so which one sounds best?
I would say neither sound better than the other. It all's comes to preference. Like I said before. U have to think of the headphones like Mic Pre amps or so.... If u prefer the transparent solid state sound. Go with the HD6 MIX. If u prefer the warmth tube sound. Go with the HD7 and HD8 DJ s.
post #685 of 903

I would have kept HD8 since it was so awesome for electronic, but had other expensive surprise purchases so I sent them back in the last days of 30 day return window.. (also partly of the minor creaking - I don't know if there are good and bad batches..)


Edited by hekeli - 4/11/14 at 3:03am
post #686 of 903
Yeah, can understand, so many hp to try, so little time and money smily_headphones1.gif
post #687 of 903

On E-acoustics it also gets 4,5 out of 5 stars haha it seems to be the best bang for the buck and in the beginning no one wanted it haha

 

http://www.ecoustics.com/reviews/sennheiser-hd6-mix/


Edited by dailysmoker - 4/12/14 at 8:09am
post #688 of 903
Quote:
Originally Posted by dailysmoker View Post
 

On E-acoustics it also gets 4,5 out of 5 stars haha it seems to be the best bang for the buck and in the beginning no one wanted it haha

 

http://www.ecoustics.com/reviews/sennheiser-hd6-mix/

 
 
 
but after all, this is the same review.
post #689 of 903
Heres a video of another excellent review on the HD6 MIX. He was talking about the ATH-M50x when talking about comparing the 2 headphones. He saids it in his comments.
HD6 Mix Headphones by Sennheiser Reviewed:


post #690 of 903
Quote:
Originally Posted by Beat Head View Post

Heres a video of another excellent review on the HD6 MIX. He was talking about the ATH-M50x when talking about comparing the 2 headphones. He saids it in his comments.
HD6 Mix Headphones by Sennheiser Reviewed:



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