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Poll Results: Which one is to your fancy ?

 
  • 13% (24)
    HD6 DJ
  • 10% (18)
    HD7 DJ
  • 59% (107)
    HD8 DJ
  • 17% (31)
    None of them
180 Total Votes  
post #916 of 926
Yeah, I agree. Hd8 is great. Does the job very well for a DJ. Superb.
post #917 of 926
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Originally Posted by Dopaminer View Post
 

I just had my third listen to the 8 tonight, A-B-C-ing with the Shure 1540 and Fostex TH600, as I continue my search for a closed, isolating, non-leaking HP.  I have to say I do not understand all the mediocre and negative reviews of these Senns.  (Innerfidelity didn`t even think them worthy of a review).  SQ-wise I rate them on par with the 1540, ie, excellent, with maybe a little narrower soundstage, but with far far better isolation. (I`ll admit the 1540 can be manipulated through bending to fit better, potentially)  The TH600 don`t seem to isolate at all, just like the old Denons, and are therefore useless for me.  Both the DJ8 and 1540 are bassy, and approach my line of overly bassy, but don`t quite reach it for me, which makes both of them acceptable.  Both sound excellent, with the DJ8 having so many more perks, like foldability, at 75% the price of the Shures.  

 

I haven`t ruled out the Shures, but the DJ is at the top of my closed HP list.  Next challenger is the SONY Z7. 

NAD Viso HP50?

post #918 of 926
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Originally Posted by Fuzziekiwi View Post
 

NAD Viso HP50?

I wish.

 

No distribution in Japan, apparently; I can`t find them anywhere.  Could go amazon.com, but I need to try before I buy.  I could wait and get them in Bangkok later this year, but I`ve got a 6-week trip through NZ planned before heading to Thailand, I need `phones with me and there`s no bloody way I`m buying any gear in NZ, at those very un-fun NZ prices, as much as I love the place.  

 

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post #919 of 926

 

149 bucks for a HD7 couldn't resist.

 

My first impressions: solid build, easily loud enough on HTC phone, stupid long cable for non DJ casual head-fiers like me, sound is well seperated, slightly cavernous which gives it a nice stage, vocals are pretty good and naturral despite the strong bass. The highs are there but they don't have the bite of say the Amperior.

 

Overall they are fun!

 

Better order that portable cable for them. I think the comfort on them is good.


Edited by Blinxat - 10/14/14 at 4:01am
post #920 of 926
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Originally Posted by Blinxat View Post
 

 

149 bucks for a HD7 couldn't resist.

 

My first impressions: solid build, easily loud enough on HTC phone, stupid long cable for non DJ casual head-fiers like me, sound is well seperated, slightly cavernous which gives it a nice stage, vocals are pretty good and naturral despite the strong bass. The highs are there but they don't have the bite of say the Amperior.

 

Overall they are fun!

 

Better order that portable cable for them. I think the comfort on them is good.

$149 wHERE

post #921 of 926

not USD, EUR sorry. €. Open box item from Sennheiser distributor for my country. Also had HD700 for 300€.

post #922 of 926
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Originally Posted by Blinxat View Post
 

not USD, EUR sorry. €. Open box item from Sennheiser distributor for my country. Also had HD700 for 300€.

Oh haha, yea. Still a pretty good price. I got mine for $229 new, (180 euro).

post #923 of 926
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Originally Posted by Rosmadi Mahmood View Post

Both HD8 DJ and HD7 DJ are focused on the rhythm and beat matching that professional DJs need. Between the two, the HD8 DJ offers a clear and more detailed sound with excellent bass, while the HD7 DJ has a more engaging, dynamic sound tuning with a stronger bass emphasis.  


Thanks for this feedback. I've already informed the product manager and he's looking into it.  wink_face.gif  

Hey Rosmadi....
Any word on the shorter cable? I need something shorter when I'm in the gym...
post #924 of 926
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Originally Posted by sleepykm View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rosmadi Mahmood View Post

Both HD8 DJ and HD7 DJ are focused on the rhythm and beat matching that professional DJs need. Between the two, the HD8 DJ offers a clear and more detailed sound with excellent bass, while the HD7 DJ has a more engaging, dynamic sound tuning with a stronger bass emphasis.  


Thanks for this feedback. I've already informed the product manager and he's looking into it.  wink_face.gif  

Hey Rosmadi....
Any word on the shorter cable? I need something shorter when I'm in the gym...

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.XSennheiser+HD7DJ+Cable&_nkw=Sennheiser+HD7DJ+Cable&_sacat=0

post #925 of 926
Thanks 😁
I just looked... That cable is on Amazon as well. 😃
post #926 of 926
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Originally Posted by sleepykm View Post


Hey Rosmadi....
Any word on the shorter cable? I need something shorter when I'm in the gym...

 

Unfortunately, I don't have an update on this now but I'll definitely put up a post as soon as I hear from our product management. 

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