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post #121 of 778
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Can I order the Alpha Pads from mrspeakers while I live in the Netherlands?

i believe he ships overseas...what do u want to fit it to? 

post #122 of 778
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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post
 

i believe he ships overseas...what do u want to fit it to? 

I'll probably buy them if I purchase the 1540's.... But as of right now, I'm hesitating a lot between the Sony MDR-7520 and the Shure SRH-1540's....

post #123 of 778

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00A0AOVRS/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER

 

hate to recommend this to u..on this thread, but its a gem u should spend some time exploring..

there is a thread in headfi on this thang. 

post #124 of 778
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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00A0AOVRS/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER

hate to recommend this to u..on this thread, but its a gem u should spend some time exploring..
there is a thread in headfi on this thang. 
That's a great price for those. They are so not worth $300!
post #125 of 778
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That's a great price for those. They are so not worth $300!

Hey man, I see that u own the 1540's. How would you say they stack against the HD 650's in bass, mid and treble response, soundstage and imaging?

post #126 of 778
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Originally Posted by dakanao View Post

Hey man, I see that u own the 1540's. How would you say they stack against the HD 650's in bass, mid and treble response, soundstage and imaging?
I would love to answer that once I receive them. I updated my profile yesterday because according to FedEx they were supposed to arrive yesterday. Of course FedEx is failing me and they won't arrive until Tuesday but I will let know.
post #127 of 778

What headphone has more bass presence; the Shure 1540's or the Sony MDR-7520?

post #128 of 778

1540

post #129 of 778
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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post
 

1540

Do you think they would satisfy me, as a light basshead, with their bass response, both quantity AND quality? 


Edited by dakanao - 2/16/14 at 8:40am
post #130 of 778
I suggest u read thru the thread on mikros90...
See if tats sounds like wat u wan..then come back to 1540..
No rush..just read first.
post #131 of 778
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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post

I suggest u read thru the thread on mikros90...
See if tats sounds like wat u wan..then come back to 1540..
No rush..just read first.

1. I can't get them in my country, and I won't be buying from Amazon.

 

And 2, they get bad reviews on that page.

 

Plus I'm sure there are way better cans out there for 500 euro's.

post #132 of 778
You are making this quite fatiguing on us. You keep asking the same questions over and over again.

Please stop with the constant nagging about if its "bassy enough" and are the mids "too distant" for your taste. No one can make these assumptions about whether this is the right headphone for you... but you... no one else. We can only give you suggestions... nothing more.

Its like your expecting us to detach your head and place it on our shoulders... just to make the choice for you. Maybe 50-100 years from now, that will be possible. Until then, you need to rely on your gut instinct.
post #133 of 778
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Originally Posted by Change is Good View Post

You are making this quite fatiguing on us. You keep asking the same questions over and over again.

Please stop with the constant nagging about if its "bassy enough" and are the mids "too distant" for your taste. No one can make these assumptions about whether this is the right headphone for you... but you... no one else. We can only give you suggestions... nothing more.

Its like your expecting us to detach your head and place it on our shoulders... just to make the choice for you. Maybe 50-100 years from now, that will be possible. Until then, you need to rely on your gut instinct.
He's right dakanao, at some point you just gotta pull the trigger or take your ball and go home.
post #134 of 778
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Originally Posted by dakanao View Post
 

I should be getting them somewhere in August, when I have saved 500 euro's. Really can't wait for them dude :smile_phones:

 

And the fact that he isn't actually making a purchase until August makes this even more baffling. By then, there will be 5-6 more headphones released that fit the mild-basshead criteria.

 

dakanao, just wait until you actually have the funds and then flood us with the insane amount of questions/inquiries. And try to avoid repeating those questions, when you do so...


Edited by Change is Good - 2/16/14 at 3:56pm
post #135 of 778
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Originally Posted by Change is Good View Post
 

 

And the fact that he isn't actually making a purchase until August makes this even more baffling. By then, there will be 5-6 more headphones released that fit the mild-basshead criteria.

 

dakanao, just wait until you actually have the funds and then flood us with the insane amount of questions/inquiries. And try to avoid repeating those questions, when you do so...

 

LOL!

Had to add him to my block list even... Jeez...

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