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I have

Etymotic er4p with adapter
sennheiser px200
aiwa hp ed700
vivanco sr900

I'd like to have shure e5c too.
What about Challenger6500pro?
 
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Quote:

Originally posted by go_vtec


I think he means what phones do you own right now, but im not entirely sure


welcome to head-fi kraki!
 
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Seeing as you have a few portables, perhaps it is time you went with something really full or big sized, like the Senn. HD600 or Beyers DT770, DT880 or AKGs or Sony 30000.
 
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After a couple days of straight burn-in, my Audio-Technica A900 is sounding very sweet. Very comfy too.
 
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Quote:

Originally posted by wallijonn
Sony 30000


is that a new can in development? I want one!! maybe I should put off getting a CD3000 until I hear some more details.


as for the original question, I think he is asking us what headphone he should get next? I agree with wallijonn that a full-sized can should be next. it depends on what you are looking for though, if you want a closed can the audio-technica AT500 or AT900 seems to be getting good reviews here while being quite affordable. but if you want a portable can, how about giving the Sony eggo series a try?
 
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What I have right now is listed in my profile.

I'd really like to get the PS-1, but I don't have any money.

Currently I'm listening to my Audio Technica W1000.

If I were you, I would tell us whether you are happy with what you have. If you aren't happy, then probably the E5c would make you happy. If you are really unhappy, then you should get ready to spend a lot of money on full-sized headphones, a source, an amp, and cables.


What is this thread about exactly?


Welcome to Head-Fi anyway.
 
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I have three out of the five there.......



I'm guessing this is a post what headhpones you have kinda thread?

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If I would, would you?

How about an er-4p with s conversion cable,

A level attenuator for my e5's,

Triple flange sleeves for my e5's

some sort of portable amp that works well with e5.
 
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Sorry, I was inaccurate.I'd like to hear your recommendation for full sized headphones. I' m thinking on Sennheiser or beyerdinamic.

Thanks for replays
 
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RIGHT now i have HD580's and EX71's, the ex71's are going to be gone in a few months... but im getting some loaner earphones in so i will have those soon, and the hd580's are going bye bye tomorrow and HOPEFULLY but not probably, my cd3000's will come. hope hope.
 
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GET A R10!!!
 
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kraki: Unless you want to hear all sorts of recommendations, you'd better deliver a bit more input - like what sound you're after, what price range you have in mind, whether you'd like an open or closed construction et cetera...

Greetings from Hannover!

Manfred / lini
 
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I had my Etymotic Er4p more than a year and adapter to er4s about three months.They are great little phones and I can't imagine walking around with them. I'd entirely leave off my B&W boxes because they are so excellent for listen music or listen DVD and TV. But for my home use I decide to buy something bigger.

I found a SennheiserHD600 for ~300$ in Big Bang store. Sennheiser HD650 are much expensive.Is it so much difference in quality?

Thanks
 
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