itt: the current song you're listening to/what kind of headphones you usually wear while listening to music
I got the bluetooth ones tho
Bullet to the brain - megadeth
30 dollar sennheisers
want to get the phillips x2 since I have the cash and desperately need the upgrade since my old akgs broke
anybody got any recs for the x2?
Still such an upgrade from my SteelSeries-something.
a Sonny Rollins album, who cares which song
these aren't cutting
but would I be able to get a $50 pair of headphones that would cut loud enough to enjoy Swans?
i'd prefer mono amps but the price..
sennheiser hd515 such open much detail, but the volume is a bit lower than on closed ones like mybeyerdynamic dt231pro cheap ones.
wish i had a pair of sony mdr studio ones
LCD Sounsystem + MDR V6 + a parametric equalizer to flatten because this headphones have very loud highs
Yes. Sony MDR-7506, Beyerdynamic DT-770 250ohm, Sennheiser HD600
I've also listened to the entire upper end grado line, and the HD800 as well as every Audeze south of the LCD-4
I went from the HD600s to the LCD-XCs as primary listening headphones the LCD is a massive upgrade in build quality and craftsmanship it's a gorgeous headphone unfortunately it's very heavy which can ruin an otherwise extremely comfortable headphone for some people. The sound is a upgrade for certain but if it's worth or not comes down to how much you value your sound quality. My advice is to get the best Mid-fi you can for your ears and then stop and never read about headphones again. If I'd have stayed with the HD600s I'd still be just as happy as I am now.
project polaris.. it's not the amp I think it's just the presentation is kind of intense, they're very exciting and while they aren't harsh or fatiguing in terms of the sound, it's like i have to concentrate too much listening with them to keep them on for too long
Listening to the album of course.
Honestly they're the best pair if headphones I've owned, especially for the price. Crisp highs, deep, rich lows that can handle any bass heavy music I throw at it no problem, and the mic is crystal clear.
Spinning Cotton Candy in a Shack Made of Shingles - Black Moth Super Rainbow
>tfw not actually listening to anything
I usually use my >skullcandies this time of year when I wear a winter hat (I have those ones that sit in your ear but lay flat so you can put a had on over them) and I gym with Skullcandy Ink'ds, because I run and sweat a bunch.
For general listening indoors and such, I have a pair of Urbanears bagis (pic related) and the headphones I use to do video production work with, a set of Sennheiser 280 Pros
A.A.L. - Flash In The Pan
xpt 100 (so fucking comfy)