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post #16 of 21
I don't care what anyone says, Audio Technica's W5000 kills it for classical and female vocals.
post #17 of 21
Other than the Shure SRH1840, you can go for the SRH1540.
post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by Butler View Post

I don't care what anyone says, Audio Technica's W5000 kills it for classical and female vocals.

Or that.
post #19 of 21
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I don't care what anyone says, Audio Technica's W5000 kills it for classical and female vocals.

These are available for $400?... Wow
post #20 of 21
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These are available for $400?... Wow

If you catch them on sale, which happens a few times a year at authorized retailers, or used here on the boards- yes you can get a pair for that general ballpark.
post #21 of 21
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Originally Posted by quoccuong04 View Post
 

I am planing to buy a headphone which is about $400. However, I don't know which headphone is good for classical music listener. In addition, I just use my computer and my iPhone to listen to music so which headphone suits me the most ??. thanks


My recommendation is to buy a dragonfly USB DAC/amp ($100-150, depending on version; I have v1.0, which is cheaper) and a Sennheiser HD598 (maybe still available for $150 at Fry's).  This combination beats the Q701 for me off a computer.  (The dragonfly does not drive the Q701 to its potential.)  The HD598 sounds very good off the dragonfly.  Good luck!

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