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    Definitive technology (DefTech) symphony 1

      I have done a bit of EQ with them and they do EQ very easily though the result does vary depending on what software you are using to EQ them. Using viper4android and viper4windows they EQ'd really well; bass could be boosted without sounding muddy or boomy. They didn't respond as well when...
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    Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 and Wireless!

    @ryugen the Momentum Wireless is not really meant to be used in that way. The microphone is mainly designed to be used as a bluetooth headset like if you are listening to music over bluetooth on your phone and a call comes. It works in USB mode as well but it doesn't work with the cable when it...
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    Huge Comparison of [almost] all the Best Bluetooth Headphones - post your own comparisons here

      The Sennheiser Momentum Wireless appears to be your best bet since you like the sound of the Logitech UE9000. Won't be an exact match but the bass respose will be the closest to the UE9000. The Def Tech Symphony 1 is a great sounding can but if you like a really strong bass response for EDM...
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    Huge Comparison of [almost] all the Best Bluetooth Headphones - post your own comparisons here

      Is there anything holding you back from giving the Symphony 1 a go until now (other than the price)?
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    Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 and Wireless!

      The Momentum Wireless works quite well on Android phones but OTG doesn't work the way you tried. You can't connect an OTG cable to the headphones. Headphones don't support OTG, phones do. With an Android phone you need to connect the OTG adapter to the phone and then connect a regular data...
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    Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 and Wireless!

    No problem. Also if you want bluetooth headphones with ANC check out the Definitive Technology Symphony 1. They also have a very balanced and neutral sound profile though they are a little warmer and less analytical than the AKG's. Turning on the ANC does tend to give a slight bass boost as well.
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    Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 and Wireless!

      If you think you would like the AKG's you listed you should consider getting the AKG K845BT. They basically have the same sound profile as the K545, a little bit of a bass boost compared to the K550 but it is as close to a studio bluetooth headphone as you will get. Basically sounds exactly...
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    Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 and Wireless!

      The main issues were related to problems with the reliability of the bluetooth connection and, to a lesser extent issues with the noise cancelling not working properly and not being able to be turned off in wireless mode. The wired model doesn't have either of those features (obviously cannot...
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    Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 and Wireless!

      Have you tried sticking a dummy cable in or even the normal cable but not connecting the other end to a device. On my Symphony 1 which also has a USB dac if I turn on the headphones with a usb and audio cable plugged in but only the USB cable connected to my laptop the audio comes via USB and...
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    Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 and Wireless!

      It was explained how to check a few pages earlier in the thread. In this post.
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    Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 and Wireless!

      There is a good chance the Momentum Wireless will sound better with Android devices but that doesn't mean it will sound bad with iPhones. I don't recall any serious complaints regarding sound quality with iPhones on this thread. Most complaints were regarding bluetooth connectivity which has...
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    Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 and Wireless!

      There is actually a workaround way to do it though you would need to be a hardcore tester or happen to have/need the devices required. You basically need an Avantree Priva or probably any bluetooth adapter that supports multipoint and two bluetooth headphones. With the Priva it allows you to...
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    Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 and Wireless!

      A lot of what you say could be because of the Note 4 simply having better technology inside then the fact they use aptx too. I've noticed even with headphones that only have SBC that they often sound better on Note devices than iPhones. Aptx does seem make a difference to most people but it...
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    Definitive technology (DefTech) symphony 1

    If anyone is considering these headphones for watching TV or gaming the Symphony 1 supports aptx LL even though it isn't specifically advertised as supporting it. Successfully tested it out with a couple of different adapters and when I asked Def Tech customer support about it they confirmed it.
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    Sennheiser RS 165, RS 175, RS 185, RS 195 - Impressions thread

    Amps in general don't have any effect on Sennheiser RS series headphones as they all have their own built in amp in the transmitter. Any particular reason you are after the RS 195? They are a more specialised model designed more for people with hearing loss and such. I haven't tried that model...
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