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Originally Posted by Yoyoma View Post

Hi,
I am an avid DIYer and modifier.

I'd like to start a thread, but havn't been able to yet.

Probably you have to wait until the moderator accepts your topic.

post #467 of 471
Oh, ok. And how does that happen?
post #468 of 471

Howdy all. I created my account here on Head-Fi a while ago, and did not get around to introducing my self.

 

=)

post #469 of 471

Yoyoma and imaniak, you are both good to go filling in your profile etc. :smile:

post #470 of 471

oh cool now I can change ava pic

thanks admin

 

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Originally Posted by Ffenix View Post
 

 

I can live with some discomfort, but I do have my limits too! Headphones are such a personal thing, and comfort is really difficult to judge, since everyone's heads and ears are different. So personally, I go with sound quality first (either based on recommendations or trying out in person) and then live with any perceived discomfort later.

 

The ATH-M50 are a good pair, but you might be bored with them if you know you'll be dissatisfied in the long run. I haven't had the opportunity to try Beyerdynamic, but the AKG K701 is pretty comfortable from my brief experience. The AKG K240 that I own are just okay, the "pleather" pads are not as soft as I would like them to be.

 

 

heck, I was waiting too long for my L3 LOD cable and it finally arrived yesterday. The quality difference is actually... noticeable. I'm rather surprised.

That being said, I think I'm reconsidering K701 and DT-990 by the end of this month if I could get part time job, since I've felt Beyer's comfort and AKG looks great too.

 

Anyone can say which one is better ?

post #471 of 471
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Originally Posted by Currawong View Post

Yoyoma and imaniak, you are both good to go filling in your profile etc. smile.gif

Thank you! When can I create a thread?
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