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post #16 of 31
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Yup-I agree with Tyll about the CAL!2.  Further, I find that a can that colored is not a very good all-arounder

Ok Mr jag, what would u recommend?


See post #2 above.

post #17 of 31
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Ok Mr jag, what would u recommend?

Ah, iv had a look at them, they're more for Apple products aren't they? I don't have anything apple, I'm gonna be using them mainly on my galaxy note 3.

Would u recommend anything from this page in the ~£100 range?

http://m.richersounds.com/#!/products/onear/1/
Edited by seraphism - 6/21/14 at 1:03pm
post #18 of 31
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UE 6000--it's being closed out at great prices.

Let me recommend that a second time 

post #19 of 31
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Ok Mr jag, what would u recommend?

Ah, iv had a look at them, they're more for Apple products aren't they? I don't have anything apple, I'm gonna be using them mainly on my galaxy note 3.

Would u recommend anything from this page in the ~£100 range?

http://m.richersounds.com/#!/products/onear/1/


Not especially--but I had to pick one it would the K 550.

 

The crux of the UE 6000's value is not in its portable remote control compatablility--especially for you, as you have said that portablility is secondary concern at best.

post #20 of 31
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Originally Posted by seraphism View Post

Ah, iv had a look at them, they're more for Apple products aren't they? I don't have anything apple, I'm gonna be using them mainly on my galaxy note 3.

Would u recommend anything from this page in the ~£100 range?

http://m.richersounds.com/#!/products/onear/1/

The K550s are a very good headphone in that budget range.
post #21 of 31
Ok, thanks guys smily_headphones1.gif
post #22 of 31

Theres also the yamaha pro 400 and 500 if you are looking for something fun sounding. The prices have dropped to half their original msrp.


Edited by zunehdrocks - 6/22/14 at 7:36am
post #23 of 31
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Theres also the yamaha pro 400 and 500 if you are looking for something fun sounding. The prices have dropped to half their original msrp.

Hmm yamaha, I never considered them, are they good for headphpnes? I realise now that what iv asked for in my previous posts is a bit silly lol. I thought I knew what I was talking about. After years I'm still a noob lol. Right I want something that isn't cold, is clear, spacious, closed back &portable, possibly with a mic. Is that doable for £100? I'm really liking the k550 &I might settle for them. Thanks Mr zune.
post #24 of 31
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Hmm yamaha, I never considered them, are they good for headphpnes? I realise now that what iv asked for in my previous posts is a bit silly lol. I thought I knew what I was talking about. After years I'm still a noob lol. Right I want something that isn't cold, is clear, spacious, closed back &portable, possibly with a mic. Is that doable for £100? I'm really liking the k550 &I might settle for them. Thanks Mr zune.
I havent heard the pro series myself but the ratings are really good (even at their original msrp price.) Most reviews say they have a really good soundstage and isolation.
http://m.digitaltrends.com/headphone-reviews/yamaha-pro-400-review/#!175av
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2413643,00.asp
http://www.head-fi.org/products/yamaha-pro-500
http://www.head-fi.org/t/653626/yamaha-hph-pro-500-review
You can find the frequency response graphs at golden ears
Edited by zunehdrocks - 6/22/14 at 11:25am
post #25 of 31
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I havent heard the pro series myself but the ratings are really good (even at their original msrp price.) Most reviews say they have a really good soundstage and isolation.
http://m.digitaltrends.com/headphone-reviews/yamaha-pro-400-review/#!175av
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2413643,00.asp
http://www.head-fi.org/products/yamaha-pro-500
http://www.head-fi.org/t/653626/yamaha-hph-pro-500-review

The 500s are one curious set of phones lol. I think I love them but I can't find them for less than £200+ which is too rich for my blood. They are awe inspiring tho. If I had the money I'd buy them today lol. Thanks anyway Mr zune.
post #26 of 31
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Hmm yamaha, I never considered them, are they good for headphpnes? I realise now that what iv asked for in my previous posts is a bit silly lol. I thought I knew what I was talking about. After years I'm still a noob lol. Right I want something that isn't cold, is clear, spacious, closed back &portable, possibly with a mic. Is that doable for £100? I'm really liking the k550 &I might settle for them. Thanks Mr zune.

I'd go for the K550, I found it to be... very balanced. Good bass, nice sense of warmth in the mids [not to much] and good sound stage and I believe there is a attachable mic that sells for around $20 on the interwebs, maybe less 

post #27 of 31
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The 500s are one curious set of phones lol. I think I love them but I can't find them for less than £200+ which is too rich for my blood. They are awe inspiring tho. If I had the money I'd buy them today lol. Thanks anyway Mr zune.
Hahaha
What about the pro400?
post #28 of 31
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Hahaha
What about the pro400?

Seriously, I'm considering having a yard sale for the 500s! There's one thing that stopping me: the frequency response for them is 20hz - 20khz. Wouldn't u say the sound range is a bit bare? Thanks
post #29 of 31
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Seriously, I'm considering having a yard sale for the 500s! There's one thing that stopping me: the frequency response for them is 20hz - 20khz. Wouldn't u say the sound range is a bit bare? Thanks

you cant hear below or above that so no 

post #30 of 31
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you cant hear below or above that so no 

Ok I suppose, I think my hearing is a bit messed up anyway lol. Lastly, These are a definite step up from the jvc ha s680, correct?
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