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Poll Results: Which one is to your fancy ?

 
  • 13% (26)
    HD6 DJ
  • 10% (21)
    HD7 DJ
  • 59% (116)
    HD8 DJ
  • 15% (31)
    None of them
194 Total Votes  
post #946 of 957

Good news, absolutely zero creaking in the HD8 I received.

 

I'll be posting some comparos in the Ultrasone 8x0 thread later since that's the latest and greatest and interesting...

post #947 of 957

Are any of these angled drivers?

post #948 of 957
Nah, they just take whatever angle your head gives them. Driver baffles are flat.
post #949 of 957
hey guys at 200$ USD , do u think HD 7 DJ is a better buy than ath m50x ?
does anyone know howz the bass on HD 7DJ compared with ath m50x
post #950 of 957

Versus as unmodified M50x? Yes.  M50's bass has nothing on HD7/8.

post #951 of 957
i didnt know about modding ath m50x. so sold them finding not enough bass for me. i can buy the HD 7 DJ for 200$ now . so do u think they might be a better upgrade for me ?
post #952 of 957
Guys i bought HD 7 DJ .....and bass is just awesome .


can anyone suggest me a 1.3m cable ?
post #953 of 957

You can get one off of eBay.

post #954 of 957

My HD8 DJs went back. Clamping pressure was immense and didn't soften up, not to mention the lack of padding on the top gave me a constantly bruised head. Also, the squeaking became super annoying, replaced once and the same problem occurred.

 

Had them replaced with a pair of IE80s (which took 2 stock problems and 3 weeks to get to me). Overall, not a great experience with Sennheiser...

 

EDIT: IE80s sound miles better than the HD8 DJs. Clearer sound and highs are quite as fatiguing.


Edited by MrRockliffe - 12/18/14 at 2:33am
post #955 of 957

The HD6 Mix is actually a little different from the other two headphones, the 7 DJ and the 8 DJ, because the 6 Mix is to be, is designed to be used for studio mixing.

 

So it’s designed to be used for studio production, the sound should be a little more balanced, and a little more neutral than the other two, because the 7 DJ and the 8 DJ are designed to be used in gigs, by DJs, for beat tracking.

:wink_face::wink_face:

post #956 of 957
Quote:
Originally Posted by AnnaReviewer View Post
 

The HD6 Mix is actually a little different from the other two headphones, the 7 DJ and the 8 DJ, because the 6 Mix is to be, is designed to be used for studio mixing.

 

So it’s designed to be used for studio production, the sound should be a little more balanced, and a little more neutral than the other two, because the 7 DJ and the 8 DJ are designed to be used in gigs, by DJs, for beat tracking.

:wink_face::wink_face:


 Tyll says these equally bad, not for audiophiles. Might be good for DJs. And i dont care about these anymore After the amperior.

post #957 of 957
Quote:
Originally Posted by AnnaReviewer View Post
 

The HD6 Mix is actually a little different from the other two headphones, the 7 DJ and the 8 DJ, because the 6 Mix is to be, is designed to be used for studio mixing.

 

So it’s designed to be used for studio production, the sound should be a little more balanced, and a little more neutral than the other two, because the 7 DJ and the 8 DJ are designed to be used in gigs, by DJs, for beat tracking.

:wink_face::wink_face:

 

HD6 sounds nearly the same, just as colored actually, but more tonally balanced and has veiled bass.  No Sennheiser I've ever tried (and I've tried most of the wired full-sized sets) had a veiled sound despite all the claims around here about "Sennheiser veil", but this HD6 is a first.  I like its sensitivity - a bit low but not too low.

But HD7 and 8 frickin' rule.

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by suman134 View Post
 


 Tyll says these equally bad, not for audiophiles. Might be good for DJs. And i dont care about these anymore After the amperior.

 

Loads of audiophiles use far more colored-sounding headphones than HD6/7/8.

Amperior rocks, if you want something more physically compact, sonically more polite, a little less hi-fi, and less open-sounding than the excellent HD7/8.

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