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Huge Comparison of [almost] all the Best Bluetooth Headphones - post your own comparisons here

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by giogio, Dec 15, 2014.
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  1. aeromojito
    Here is the link to the M05 discussion. The mod is a pdf file link in there.
  2. carldun
    Whoah those guys really now their stuff, unfortunately I don't know how to solder nor own a soldering kit [​IMG].
  3. carldun
    As I was going to place the order, I decided to check the Amazon Q&A one last time to find out that this headphone seems to be one of those awkward over-ear/on-ear headphones (they said the depth is only 1.4 cm or .55 in). Now I don't know if my ear could snug inside, I don't know if either the clamp would press in my ear for the cup to hit the outside of my head or if the clamp isn't strong enough and would just have the cup dangle half-way on my ear. Those two scenarios both look uncomfortable [​IMG].
  4. AudioCats
    any photo of the internals?
    (we need a " what is inside a Bluetooth phone" picture thread in the DIY section.)
  5. AudioCats

    SkullCandy Hesh wireless has ~3cm deep pads. The refurb ones usually go for <$50 on ebay.
    It does require modification, though, the stock sound is too boomy.
  6. carldun
    Thanks I'll look in to it and find some reviews. Question though, should I probably go shop around at the $100 price range? Since I plan to use these almost every night for 4-5 hours. I would prefer to have to pay more for a better sound and overall comfort (anc would be awesome as well but I think they're at around the $150 range). I got a recommendation for the Sony MDRZX770BT as well from another member.
  7. Sonic Defender Contributor
    The PuroSound headphones are supposed to be decent. I know my buddy bought one and I thought it sounded quite good, but I only had about 15 minutes with it.
  8. TheOracle
    The Stance S+ is by no means bad. The Tach 1 is everything the S+ should have been as far as sound goes. Better highs, less congested midrange and better controlled bass. 
    You would have thought the over ear would have bested the on ear. It doesn't.
    I also think the Tach 1 is more comfortable, even being on ear. The pads of the Stance+ always caused discomfort after wearing them for a half hour or so. I was constantly readjusting them. I don't have that issue with the Tach 1.
    That is all with the stock pads, mind you. With the Shure pads it elevates it even more in sound and comfort.
    I was bitten by the upgrade bug last week and ordered the Audio Technica DSR9BT...we'll see how it goes... :)
  9. Sound Eq
    wonder if you can get mr speaker alpha dog pads on with this mod
  10. carldun
    The ear cups looks small, are they on ear?
  11. Sonic Defender Contributor
    They are over ear headphones. I'll ask him to bring them over so I can try them and see how they fit.
  12. carldun
    Oh wow thanks a lot! I think I have a pretty average ear (around 2.5" in height).
  13. Sonic Defender Contributor
    Same as mine I believe. He will likely come over tomorrow as I have a Mojo arriving that he wants to hear so I'll ask him to bring the Puro for sure.
  14. carldun
    Awesome, thanks a lot! I tried looking at their prices and seems like they go for around $150 (they went $75 on a cyber sale >.<). I'm currently now looking at reviews for the 2017 CES bt headphones, most of them are out of my price range lol, the only one remotely close is the Sennheiser 4.40bt (at $150) but still can't find a good review for them, I tend to close the tab as soon as I see something like "Thanks for [insert brand here] on providing me with this headphone".
  15. Techfixation

    Possibly? However they're almost impossible to get hold of here in the UK. It has got me thinking though that I might try the Brainwavz pads, I'd previously fitted them to the Audio Technica ATH-WS99BT and found them incredibly comfortable! They're roughly the same size as the Alpha Dog pads and they do a sheepskin version in both straight and angled. I'll order both the straight and angled on Amazon and see which fit the best? They may be too big but it's worth a try? Thanks for the suggestion!
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