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I'm curious if there is a closed back headphone that I will love as much as the Stellia that costs a lot less. I don't have a lot of experience with headphones but these just keep me smiling all the time. I keep hearing how expensive these are but I don't hear about other headphones that do what these do.
Highly efficient, closed back, and sound fantastic. Maybe I'm just missing something.
Yep, it's called Elegia.
I don't find the Stellia to have a warm signature at all. Maybe if you A/B compare it, it might be warmer, but in my opinion it is a forward-mid headphone.
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Sorry if this has been asked but does anyone using Stellia with Cayin n8?
There are used unit available from seller in different province but i can't seem to find a local distributor for a demo session here in Bangkok to try it first.
Joined the club today! Thanks to Andrew at Bloom Audio for his quick service, great work, thank you.
@subguy812 , wow congratulation.
You're very welcome. Enjoy, my friend!
So I have a problem, I travel a fair amount and have used my Sony WH-1000MX3s for that purpose. Since I got the Stellias I find them absolutely unlistenable. Like its torture to use them. Think it would be crazy to use the Stellias on an airplane and travel with them?
You’d be crazy NOT to! I love flying with my Stellia.
You don't find them too bulky? They just barely fit in my backpack.
Not at all. They fit in my backpack just fine in their case. Certainly not as portable as IEMs or foldable noise cancelling cans, but I think it’s worth traveling with for sure.
I may need to bring them on my next trip. I just spend hours in a datacenter when I travel so I usually use the Sonys without any music just to drown out the sound, so I'll be traveling with both! I hope I don't look like a dork with these big cans on in the airport. LOL.