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  1. jsanfilippo5

    Audio Technica ATH-M50X

    Thanks for being the price police.    Looks like this is a daily deal and will be back to normal price on amazon. 
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    Buying advice. Open, no amp, listen to music of all sorts...

    I personally find these to be extremely comfortable, I have worn them for hours when working at the computer. Im sure there are other options out there, and some other recommendations form other members - but for the money I don't think you can go wrong especially for what you plan to use them...
  3. jsanfilippo5

    Audio Technica ATH-M50X

    I bought these headphones less than a month ago - They sound great - but I find them to be uncomfortable for me to wear for extended periods of time.    Includes all accessories and box.    This would deb my first sale on this forum, but I have plenty of sales on other forums including...
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    Buying advice. Open, no amp, listen to music of all sorts...

    I have never used a dedicated headphone amp with 240's. I use them directly on my iPad, iPod, laptop, and my desktop and never had an issue. They sound awesome and are plenty loud with all these sources and can go louder if I need. As with anything on the internet your mileage may vary, but this...
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    Buying advice. Open, no amp, listen to music of all sorts...

    I am not an expert by any means, but I have 2 pairs of open/semi open headphones that I love for everything you mentioned above and to me they sound fantastic -   AKG K240 studio Samson SR850   Both of these are awesome and under $100.    I have beaten the hell out of the k240's using...
  6. jsanfilippo5

    DIY Amp question

    Does anyone know of a DIY headphone amp   that I can buy that is inexpensive?  - I want to get some practice before ordering the crack. Id hate to spend the money on the crack kit and ruin it..    Thanks all!
  7. jsanfilippo5

    Alternative to the mdr 7506

    Also - they do not need to be closed back phones - im good with opens as well. Id also consider in ear phones too if I can find a pair comfrotable enough. 
  8. jsanfilippo5

    Alternative to the mdr 7506

    I am primarily using these from my digital Piano - a Kawai ES7.    Very strange what i hear from different headphones from the piano -    1. Soundmagic hp150- Very muddy in the lows, no clarity in the trebles and piano seems to be unnaturally wide - almost like the bass is panned hard left...
  9. jsanfilippo5

    Alternative to the mdr 7506

    Bothe sets came today. Very tough decision. The sound magic sound really good when connected directly to my iPad And computer, but seem to get really muddy when used with my Asgard 2. The m50 sounds good really good through the iPad and computer, but with a little bit of over exaggerated...
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    Alternative to the mdr 7506

    Has anyone tried the hp-150 with the Asgard 2 Amp?
  11. jsanfilippo5

    Alternative to the mdr 7506

    What did you hate about the m40?
  12. jsanfilippo5

    Alternative to the mdr 7506

    Soundmagic look interesting    Ive heard some mix reviews on the m50's - i hear they can be a bit bass heavy. I wish there was somewhere I can test these... 
  13. jsanfilippo5

    Digital piano with headphones

    I just heard back from the manufacturer - the impedance is around 100 ohms.    What would be a good amp to try out on this? 
  14. jsanfilippo5

    Digital piano with headphones

    I have a Roladn FP-80 digital piano. Through headphones it sounds awful. Very muddy with a spike in the low mids that gets very tiring to listen too.    I am using the SONY mdr 7506 headphones directly to the headphone jack - Typically these headphones are on the bright side so the muddiness...
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