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post #376 of 384
I have had something of a breakthrough with the Airfi Matrix2 headphones. Now these are well known to have Earpads which are too small to fit over all but the smallest ears, so I went looking for some bigger ones. Well it seems like I have hit the jackpot first time.

I ordered a pair of Brainwavz HM5 earpads from MP4Nation and they arrived today. They fit really well and from a quick test seem to be ideal.

Here are some photos for anyone who is interested.








post #377 of 384

Awesome, these look to be a good match and I bet are way more comfy. Just curious, what does it do to the sound profile though? As I had previously posted, the FSL 360 pads while marginally better made the bass more boomy and reduced the sound stage somewhat.

 

Thx!

post #378 of 384
I'm not able to tell any difference in sound, but that's not to say there isn't one.
post #379 of 384

Hello, found this thread. I tried AKG K845BT, Philips M1BT and Sennheiser MM 550-X 

http://blog.ivantichy.cz/blogpost/view/57

post #380 of 384
Anyone try the phiaton chord ms530, just ordered a pair and wondering how they compare to other blue tooth headphones like the Sony mdr 1 mk2, logitech ue 9000, and harmon kardon bt?
post #381 of 384

@david8613 - 530 was discussed starting with post #268.

 

 

As an update, I've ended up using an iFrogz Coda Forte as my daily portable set (features aptX). The fit isn't quite adjustable but the sound signature is quite good (very similar to the AF62's but with slightly less mids and bass). Got them when they had the 50% off sale so these have been great bang for the buck. I also got the JBL E50BT but unfortuantely the address forwarding took effect too early so it's still en route to my new addy. Will report back how those are but neither of these can be considered truly high-end.

 

@tinyman392 - any chance you got the E50BT's yet?


Edited by turbobb - 7/23/14 at 4:26pm
post #382 of 384
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@david8613 - 530 was discussed starting with post #268.

 

 

As an update, I've ended up using an iFrogz Coda Forte as my daily portable set (features aptX). The fit isn't quite adjustable but the sound signature is quite good (very similar to the AF62's but with slightly less mids and bass). Got them when they had the 50% off sale so these have been great bang for the buck. I also got the JBL E50BT but unfortuantely the address forwarding took effect too early so it's still en route to my new addy. Will report back how those are but neither of these can be considered truly high-end.

 

@tinyman392 - any chance you got the E50BT's yet?

 

I have not 

post #383 of 384
Thread Starter 

Good reviews. Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks

post #384 of 384
Anyone check these samsung level over headphones, look pretty good spec wise wondering what they sound like?
http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/mobile-devices/mobile-accessories/mobilephone-accessories/EO-AG900BBEGWW
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