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I just listened to Sennheiser HD800,700,650 and 600 and I need advise- please don't blame for not liking them

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Well I please ask everyone to not blame for not liking any of the HD800,700,650 or 600 from Senheiser

 

It seems I don't like the Senheiser sound signature I found all laking depth and bass, I felt they are thin and not to my taste in textures and atmosphere, I like warm sounding headphones with deep bass and nice mids and smooth trebles.

 

I listened to them amped in a headfi store, and I was expecting so much more, I was listening to depeche mode songs and I felt they were piercing my ears 

 

Maybe I am not a fan of open cans if all open cans sound like this, I think I might me more drawn to the sound of my audio technica m50, but I have been reading a lot and want an upgrade and non of the HDs was to my liking.

 

He gave me a Yamaha mt220 closed headphones and I liked what I heard, but I did not buy it as I think I still might find better warmer more dimensional phones, that have warm mids nice smooth trebles and good deep deep bass.

 

I am again back to point zero. I tried some akg phones I can't remember their models but they sounded weak compared to the ath M50, I hope I will find my next headphones that I will like soon, as it seems now that not everyones preference and tastes must mean everyone will like that taste.

 

They also made me listen to momentum, and 595 and I did not like them enough to buy, I would buy the Yamaha mt220 over them, but I am still waiting maybe I will fid better advise. So far I heard so many recommendation about Philips Fiedelio X1, but IT IS A MUST that I will not get piercing mids and treble 


Edited by Sound Eq - 2/9/14 at 11:56am
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Look at--and listen to--ortho (planar) cans from HiFiMan & (if you have ~$1,000 to spend) especially Audeze.  The Audeze are dark and the treble of the HiFiMan offering should not be a problem, if you are OK with the brightness of the M50.

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