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Yea I didn't get a dark or veiled impression from them either.

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1540 didnt come across as a dark can during my audition... not a bright can either...not veiled for sure. 
+1 not that dark or bright. Bassy and dark is different.
post #167 of 707

The Shure SRH-840 that I heard from my mp3 player, didn't come across as too dark or bright either.

 

They sounded just right. And with those rich mids, they made for a very fun listening experience, something I'm missing from my AKG K540.

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Listening to instrumental version and the normal version of a song, I am convinced that SRH1540 has very sweet vocals.

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Listening to instrumental version and the normal version of a song, I am convinced that SRH1540 has very sweet vocals.

Yea i'm so impressed with my 1540's that I've been considering selling my D2000 and DT880 haha.

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Hi , first of all excuse me for my English that is really so bad (i am french) . I have just received my 1540's yesterday , i am very impressed with the sound quality , i have previously own the Ultrasone ED 8 , that is 3 years ago ,  during these times i love the sound signature of the ED8 , but not now , my ears have changed , i do not support any longer the Ultrasone sibilance . I do have also the Denon AH D500 but sold it because of it recessed mids , Have recently the Fostex TH600 : the bass , sub bass is more tightened more detailed , very clear trebles ,  but always that sibilance and recessed mids , i'm gonna return the Fostex . The 1540's is really a keeper , it is not the best closed headphones but i'm very pleased with its overall  performance .

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Hi , first of all excuse me for my English that is really so bad (i am french) . I have just received my 1540's yesterday , i am very impressed with the sound quality , i have previously own the Ultrasone ED 8 , that is 3 years ago ,  during these times i love the sound signature of the ED8 , but not now , my ears have changed , i do not support any longer the Ultrasone sibilance . I do have also the Denon AH D500 but sold it because of it recessed mids , Have recently the Fostex TH600 : the bass , sub bass is more tightened more detailed , very clear trebles ,  but always that sibilance and recessed mids , i'm gonna return the Fostex . The 1540's is really a keeper , it is not the best closed headphones but i'm very pleased with its overall  performance .
Good to hear you're enjoying them and congrats.
post #174 of 707

Thanks Byrnie . For me the most expensive headphones are  (sometimes) not the best , i  choose now for the overall performance and for my main use .

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Thanks Byrnie . For me the most expensive headphones are  (sometimes) not the best , i  choose now for the overall performance and for my main use .

Can you subscribe the sound signature of the 1540's in your opinion? Like, how do you find the bass, mids and treble and soundstage and imaging?

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Can you subscribe the sound signature of the 1540's in your opinion? Like, how do you find the bass, mids and treble and soundstage and imaging?

Just let it go, dude. Enough with the same questions, over and over again. Sheesh....
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Just let it go, dude. Enough with the same questions, over and over again. Sheesh....

I'm asking HIS opinion. Not yours ;)

post #178 of 707
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Can you subscribe the sound signature of the 1540's in your opinion? Like, how do you find the bass, mids and treble and soundstage and imaging?


You have already the answers from all the Head-fiers on this thread , stop being undecided ! It is an very very good all rounder , for me bass ,  mid ,  and treble , soundstage , imaging are very good , you won't be disappointed . That's very simple ,  just buy it , and if you don't like it send it back . Thanks .

post #179 of 707
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You have already the answers from all the Head-fiers on this thread , stop being undecided ! It is an very very good all rounder , for me bass ,  mid ,  and treble , soundstage , imaging are very good , you won't be disappointed . That's very simple ,  just buy it , and if you don't like it send it back . Thanks .

I just like to hear opinions from different people. And above that, not a lot many people have got them, so it's nice reading impressions from people that just got them.

 

And I'm already saving up for them ;)

post #180 of 707
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I just like to hear opinions from different people. And above that, not a lot many people have got them, so it's nice reading impressions from people that just got them.

 

And I'm already saving up for them ;)


Very nice decision , like i said you won't be disappointed .

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