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Greetings all... I've been here a few months reading and reading and reading, as I've become more and more interested/involved with listening via headphones. I've been a Grado SR-60 guy for home listening for more than a dozen years (I use Koss Porta Pros on the go), but I've just ordered a pair of Sennheiser HD600 cans for a different (and, I hope, exciting) experience.

Anyway thanks for all the great info, pics, discussions etc. here. It's already been most enlightening and I've only read a fraction of what's here...
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Greetings all... I've been here a few months reading and reading and reading, as I've become more and more interested/involved with listening via headphones. I've been a Grado SR-60 guy for home listening for more than a dozen years (I use Koss Porta Pros on the go), but I've just ordered a pair of Sennheiser HD600 cans for a different (and, I hope, exciting) experience.

Anyway thanks for all the great info, pics, discussions etc. here. It's already been most enlightening and I've only read a fraction of what's here...


Welcome to the family jefpar72!

 

I first started looking around on head-fi probably around 2010, and then eventually joined in 2012 (I probably should have done both earlier). The slope has been quite slippery for me; I got onto it wanting to get a pair of headphones that sounded better than what comes with an Ipod and now I've found myself buying/selling multiple high-end headphones over the past few years.

 

You should really like the HD600. I've heard it and the HD650 and they're both great headphones. The HD600's are probably in the sweet-spot as far as getting the most out of your headphone purchase with great quality sound. That said, I don't think you don't need to spend a lot of money on equipment to enjoy your music, it's all about what sounds good to you and fits your lifestyle.

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Yeah, I'm hoping not to fall into the trap of spending too much too soon as I get deeper into this part of the audio hobby. But I'm quite excited to get the Senns in my hands (and on my ears)... I've read a lot of accolades here and elsewhere, that's for sure.
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