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post #91 of 425
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Originally Posted by calebot View Post

Hey y'all,
This looks like it might be a great place to get advice on getting some good earphones. I'm a vinyl junkie from waaayyy back and I'm looking for earphones that have that smooth vinyl sound. Budget is open. A lot of my listening is around 1970's classic rock, soul and R&B. I appreciate your best recommendations.
Listening to "Fight the Good Fight" by Triumph...good stuff
post #92 of 425
Hi All,
Thomas here from Australia been coming here for years and only recently opened an account. What a wealth of knowledge on these forums!

Enjoy many a genre however Power Metal comes out on top for me smily_headphones1.gif
post #93 of 425
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Originally Posted by stargazertom1 View Post

Hi All,
Thomas here from Australia been coming here for years and only recently opened an account. What a wealth of knowledge on these forums!

Enjoy many a genre however Power Metal comes out on top for me smily_headphones1.gif
Welcome hope you like it here!
Can't go wrong with Falconer - Falconer
post #94 of 425

Thanks Yes Falconer is great! Liking the new Freedom Call album atm

post #95 of 425

Hello,

 

New to Head-Fi but so far it seems to be a great community!  Glad to be here! 

 

I like to listen to a lot of post rock, post metal, classic rock, post hardcore, classical, etc and I like to listen on headphones.  I'm sure my wife and neighbors like that I listen on headphones as well.  haha

post #96 of 425

Hi All,

It's my first message on Head-Fi but I've been reading for a while and glad to be here. I enjoy listening progressive rock, hard rock, progressive metal along many other genres. I simply have pairs of Earsonics SM64 & Beyerdynamic DT1350 and I'm in the search for a good DAC/AMP combo to pair with them.

post #97 of 425

Hello Head-fiers,

This is Mathi. Long time lurker, finally decided to sign-up. Love music and audio gear. Got my first decent DAC/AMP Fiio E18.

My first CIEM is on its way, looking for a decent upgrade to my headphones ATH-M50s. I'm sure, I will get all help I need here.

post #98 of 425

Hello!

 

I have actually been a member for 3 years but just a full time lurker learning from everyone. I don't have the most refined ears but I do appreciate a good set of cans. You can see what I have on my gear list (mostly cheapo trends lol) but I listen to my Grados 97% of the time. I have had them for about 8 years and they are perfect for me. It took about two years for that signature Grado piercing brightness to go away but they are well broken in now. I Have a self modded BMF T50RP that blow me away with their speed and detail but I just prefer the light weight and openness of the Grados. I decided to stop lurking as much because I may have a few insights and opinions to share now.

 

See ya 'round!

post #99 of 425

Hi there!  I'm Sam Posten, mostly a Home Theater nut (I'm a hardware reviewer and moderator at HomeTheaterForum) and just getting cooking with some quality cans.  Started off today by lurking through reviews and placed an order for a Beyerdynamics 990 Premium in 32 Ohm variety with the intention of using it at work driven by my iPad and iPhone.

http://www.head-fi.org/products/beyer-dynamic-dt-990-premium-32-ohm-headphones

 

We'll see how well that works out without any other amp...

post #100 of 425

Hello! I'm Mina. I'm a long-time lurker, and I finally decided to start posting. :) I live in California and I'm a sound lover on a budget.

 

I used Head-Fi to help select past choices, from budget beauties like KOSS PortaPros to UrbanEars to MEELectronics Sport-Fi M6 in-ear monitors. From there, I upgraded to Audio Technica ATH-M40FS, and started to learn how good headphones could make the difference. 

 

I now own V-Moda M-100s, and have had them for over a year. I love them, and I just ordered the XL pads to increase sound quality and comfort.


Edited by minaa - 5/29/14 at 4:25pm
post #101 of 425
My wife is addicted to her shoes and I'm addicted to my headphones cant seem to ever have enough. I'm new here been coming for the reviews here for awhile finally just decided to create an account. Love this site lots of info for any anyone who's an audio addict. Well to all my fellow audio addicts out there im here if anyone needs help or advice on anything.
post #102 of 425

Welcome!

 

New members who posted on this page: I've upgraded your account so you can fill in your profile now.

post #103 of 425

Hi everyone,

Found out about this site after a recommendation on another forum, what a mine of information available here!

I've always loved music and listening to it. Built up a hifi over the years but find it more of a struggle to listen to it now - wife and the house layout not really helping - so I thought that I should look into what I can do with some cans.

I'll have a trawl through the info and might be asking some questions soon.

 

Thanks in advance!

 

Paul

post #104 of 425

Hey everyone,

 

I am a Drum & Bass addict, also music, but mostly dnb!! I really love sounds, basses, good systems. I am new to the technical stuff, been reading here and there and i seem to understand quite a lot about what the pros are saying. Just got HD-25 and my first query is gonna surround that.

 

Lot of great stuff around here, about amps (really thinking now getting one) and stuff. If i can i do my best to share helpful things if someone needs it.

post #105 of 425

Hello everyone! I'm a PC gamer, and I prefer to spend a little extra money to get quality and longevity. I have a pair of MEElectonics M6 earbuds for running and everything but I'm looking for a headset.

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