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post #10831 of 38136
Finally got my act together and sent payment out to westone. My W3s were damaged beyond repair, so im just getting a new pair for a discount.

Feels good to finally have to stop worrying about all of this, I can't wait till they arrive, I also have all the accessories from the last one, so double the amount of tips for me!


oh and someone buy my B2s please? I need Christmas gift money ;_;
post #10832 of 38136
So I love my Sennheiser HD 280 pros that I've had for almost 2 years now, my Audio Technia ATH-AD700s are ok but not a huge fan of hearing my roommates talk and the dogs bark while I game. So I mistakingly switched to the Logitech G930 wireless headset. Don't get me wrong, they are nice to have since they're wireless, but I'm not utilizing my ASUS Xonar Essence with them and they sound mediocre. I like in mic headsets but would like to find a nice set of cans that I can wear for long periods of time. The Audio Technia ATH-AD700s irritated my skin after a while so I stopped using them even though they sound good. My HD 280s sound great, but after a while they seem to push too hard against my head.

After all of that, I am here to ask if anyone has any suggestions for a cans/mic combo. I normally game and listen to music at the same time; mainly trance, techno, dubstep, rap, rock, basically anything with base. I'm open to all price ranges, although if you are going to suggest something over $300 and know of something cheaper as well, please mention both.

Don't mean to ask for too much, just hate not utilizing the full potential of my computer when I spend almost my entire day listening to high quality sound, and then sit at a computer with low quality, usb headphones.

Appreciate everyones time, and would like to join the club if I haven't already. The headsets below are those that I can remember I have, the rest are mainly trashy mic headsets anyways:

Sennheiser HD 280 pro
Audio Technia ATH-AD700
Razer Carcharias
Logitech G930 wireless USB gaming headset

Thanks again guys.
Cheers,
Crunk
    
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post #10833 of 38136
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Originally Posted by Crunkles View Post

So I love my Sennheiser HD 280 pros that I've had for almost 2 years now, my Audio Technia ATH-AD700s are ok but not a huge fan of hearing my roommates talk and the dogs bark while I game. So I mistakingly switched to the Logitech G930 wireless headset. Don't get me wrong, they are nice to have since they're wireless, but I'm not utilizing my ASUS Xonar Essence with them and they sound mediocre. I like in mic headsets but would like to find a nice set of cans that I can wear for long periods of time. The Audio Technia ATH-AD700s irritated my skin after a while so I stopped using them even though they sound good. My HD 280s sound great, but after a while they seem to push too hard against my head.
After all of that, I am here to ask if anyone has any suggestions for a cans/mic combo. I normally game and listen to music at the same time; mainly trance, techno, dubstep, rap, rock, basically anything with base. I'm open to all price ranges, although if you are going to suggest something over $300 and know of something cheaper as well, please mention both.
Don't mean to ask for too much, just hate not utilizing the full potential of my computer when I spend almost my entire day listening to high quality sound, and then sit at a computer with low quality, usb headphones.
Appreciate everyones time, and would like to join the club if I haven't already. The headsets below are those that I can remember I have, the rest are mainly trashy mic headsets anyways:
Sennheiser HD 280 pro
Audio Technia ATH-AD700
Razer Carcharias
Logitech G930 wireless USB gaming headset
Thanks again guys.
Cheers,
Crunk

Take a look at the Denon AH-D2000 and some sort of clip-on microphone.
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post #10834 of 38136
Might wanna fix the list, I dont have the AKG 702's any more, I sold them to get the DT880 pro250's. Tho it would been nice if I was able to have both at the same time.
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post #10835 of 38136
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Originally Posted by Crunkles View Post

So I love my Sennheiser HD 280 pros that I've had for almost 2 years now, my Audio Technia ATH-AD700s are ok but not a huge fan of hearing my roommates talk and the dogs bark while I game. So I mistakingly switched to the Logitech G930 wireless headset. Don't get me wrong, they are nice to have since they're wireless, but I'm not utilizing my ASUS Xonar Essence with them and they sound mediocre. I like in mic headsets but would like to find a nice set of cans that I can wear for long periods of time. The Audio Technia ATH-AD700s irritated my skin after a while so I stopped using them even though they sound good. My HD 280s sound great, but after a while they seem to push too hard against my head.
After all of that, I am here to ask if anyone has any suggestions for a cans/mic combo. I normally game and listen to music at the same time; mainly trance, techno, dubstep, rap, rock, basically anything with base. I'm open to all price ranges, although if you are going to suggest something over $300 and know of something cheaper as well, please mention both.
Don't mean to ask for too much, just hate not utilizing the full potential of my computer when I spend almost my entire day listening to high quality sound, and then sit at a computer with low quality, usb headphones.
Appreciate everyones time, and would like to join the club if I haven't already. The headsets below are those that I can remember I have, the rest are mainly trashy mic headsets anyways:
Sennheiser HD 280 pro
Audio Technia ATH-AD700
Razer Carcharias
Logitech G930 wireless USB gaming headset
Thanks again guys.
Cheers,
Crunk

If you enjoy the sound of the AD700 but don't like the open-back design, try out the ATH-A700. I can't hear a thing my wife is saying when I have them on. biggrin.gif
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post #10836 of 38136
Got my AKG 240 Studios in yesterday. They sound great! Much lighter than I thought they'd be, definitely much lighter than my M50s.

Note: After doing much more research when I should have been studying for finals, it turns out the studios are just like the AKG 240 Mk IIs, so the same conclusions here can be made on the Mk Iis as well. The only differences between the Studios and Mk IIs it looks like are the color scheme and the extra set of velour earpads included with every Mk II.

Impressions so far:

Lows: Clear lows but bass is lacking any punch. Eh, I expected this to be honest.
Mids: Clear and present, not recessed like it is with my M50s. Main reason I got these headphones to start off with. The mids sound absolutely wonderful.
Highs: Gorgeous. Enough said.
Sound stage: Smaller than my old AD700s by a longshot, but more expansive than my M50s. If someone made a scale with M50s as 1, and AD700s as 10, I'd rank the 240s as a "4" or "5".
Comfort: Light, fit well, and damn comfortable. Longest I've worn these was four hours (collapsed in bed in a coma afterwards; 46 hours without sleep), and I felt like I could have gone four more. These can definitely be worn for hours
Sound isolation: This really surprised me. Obviously there is some degree of sound leak, being non-closed cans. Environmental sounds definitely seep in, but I was surprised that there was not as much sound escaping my headphones into the environment as I thought there'd be. It's still definitely inappropriate for listening in the library and such, but it's still a hell of a lot better than my old AD700s in this aspect. I'd wager you can probably listen to music at a reasonable volume without waking up your S.O. if she's sleeping.

Notes: These need an amp! I thought being low-impedance (55 ohms), you can run this off of any source. While it's true that these are low impedance and virtually anything can drive them, the sound signature sounds horrible without an amp, in my opinion. Maybe I'm spoiled now, but plugging these into my Zune HD gave me a sound signature I could not stand. Mids and highs sounded recessed, and clarity was lacking overall. This difference was definitely not as big as with my M50s, leading me to believe that the AKG 240s are at least partially responsible. So: Get an amp!

e7/e9 should be arriving today biggrin.gif
post #10837 of 38136
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Originally Posted by friend'scatdied View Post

Take a look at the Denon AH-D2000 and some sort of clip-on microphone.

Would I want to look into an amp or DAC if I was going to get these? I have the Xonar Essence STX as stated in my post but not sure if it is enough alone for the sound I want. I don't know enough about the technical stuff, but I've come to a point where a certain quality of sound is wanted/needed haha.tongue.gif

Edit: If only I was willing to shell out $800 for the D7000s. I'm impulsive so considered it for a moment haha.
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Just got a pair of Sennheiser hd598's in today. My first pair of headphones that werent ipod earbuds

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Just got a pair of Sennheiser hd598's in today. My first pair of headphones that werent ipod earbuds
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Are you amping them? Even better when amped!
post #10840 of 38136
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Originally Posted by Crunkles View Post

Would I want to look into an amp or DAC if I was going to get these? I have the Xonar Essence STX as stated in my post but not sure if it is enough alone for the sound I want. I don't know enough about the technical stuff, but I've come to a point where a certain quality of sound is wanted/needed haha.tongue.gif
Edit: If only I was willing to shell out $800 for the D7000s. I'm impulsive so considered it for a moment haha.

The STX can drive the 25 ohm Denon D2000 thumb.gif. If you are looking at the Denon cans, the D2000 and D5000 have the highest level of sub-bass, with the 5000 beating the 2000 slightly. The 7000 is more neutral sounding biggrin.gif
 
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