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Topic: OT: Headphones

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    OT: Headphones

    What kinda headphones (or speakers) do people here use? I use Sennheiser HD-570...

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    I use Beyerdynamic - best headphones Ive ever had [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    using audio-technica ATH-M40\'s. Tried a few sony\'s I liked too, but these won out for comfort.

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    Sony, for years now. Everything else sounds muddy or colors the sound too much. I do wish I could find something that sounds great and is endlessly comfortable...

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    I join the club with Sennheiser HD580 - not only keeps warm your ears [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img] ...

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    I like the high gain and brightness of the Sony MDR family. Too many headphones sound muffled and boomy (especially the strangely popular AKG headphones).

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    I\'m using two Sony MDR\'s now.

    I had a great Rlaond RD120s or whatever they were. I really dug those alot. And I might pick another pair of similar fones up again for \"comparison\". I\'ve gotten quite used to the SONY\'s tho, and the two I have (7506, and V600) are pretty comfortable...but my ears do get fatigue with long periods of use. POssibly a bit too tight....but thats also something I like abou them. They stay where I want them to.

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    Re: OT: Headphones

    I have used the Sony MDR-V6 for years and have a newer MDR-7506. I really like them both for comfort and for sound. I think it\'s pretty important to use a set of headphones that you can trust. Whatever make or model they are. If you know your phones then you will always have a consistent point of reference. Just like a pair of monitor speakers, you gotta have a reliable place to justify making all your critical decisions.


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    Re: OT: Headphones

    I am using the Sennheiser HD Pro. Very flat response (a bit on the tight side for comfort).


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    Re: OT: Headphones

    Sennheiser HD580

    AKG K240M

    Both sound excellent but the Sennheisers are more comfortable for extended use.

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