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Hey Guys,

 

I'm looking for a pair of closed over the ear headphones with a particular sound...  The best way I can explain it is in-between the HDJ 2000 and Shure 440.  My Dynaudio BM6A speakers have this signature sound and I'm trying to find a headphone equivalent.  I need a tight midrange that is not too snappy or tiring to the ears but not too warm to muddy things up. Also in addition I want the rumbling low-ends of the HDJ 2000s, the low-end sound that sounds like a deep rolling thunder. lol... If anyone has ever heard of how deep/tight B6A speakers sound like, then you'll know exactly what I'm looking for. Not crisp, tight instead with a bit of a snap and good bass.  Long hours of listening comfort would also be good but that's a second priority.

 

Any suggestions on a pair of cans that resemble this signature sound?


2 words: Deep & Tight

 

Thanks

post #2 of 5
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Originally Posted by Lex1182 View Post
 

Hey Guys,

 

I'm looking for a pair of closed over the ear headphones with a particular sound...  The best way I can explain it is in-between the HDJ 2000 and Shure 440.  My Dynaudio BM6A speakers have this signature sound and I'm trying to find a headphone equivalent.  I need a tight midrange that is not too snappy or tiring to the ears but not too warm to muddy things up. Also in addition I want the rumbling low-ends of the HDJ 2000s, the low-end sound that sounds like a deep rolling thunder. lol... If anyone has ever heard of how deep/tight B6A speakers sound like, then you'll know exactly what I'm looking for. Not crisp, tight instead with a bit of a snap and good bass.  Long hours of listening comfort would also be good but that's a second priority.

 

Any suggestions on a pair of cans that resemble this signature sound?


2 words: Deep & Tight

 

Thanks

Hard to tell, you should read about the Philips Fidelio X2.

http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/boss-philips-fidelio-x2-page-2

 

Best Luck!


Edited by Me x3 - 3/24/15 at 10:17am
post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 

That's very interesting.. I'll have to listen to them to gauge properly but would have liked them as closed headphones. I think the article mentions the tight/warm/deep response I'm looking for without being too exaggerated. Thanks for the info that's great!  I'll post back once I've heard them!  Any suggestion on this type of sound for closed headphones would be great also.


Edited by Lex1182 - 3/24/15 at 2:42pm
post #4 of 5

Perhaps you should also read about the v-moda M-100--it has a some of the traits you outline above and is closed.

post #5 of 5
Thread Starter 

Awesome, I will check these too, the more I can compare, the closer I'll get to what I want.  Thanks, will let you know

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