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9.1 out of 10

Creative Aurvana Live!2

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Overall 9
9.0

User Review

JAMEZTHEBOI, head-fi.org
6 March 2014
  • Summary: This headphone sounds great and looks great as well. I have had this headphone for a couple months and no change in sound has occurred so this does not require burn-in. The sound is V-shaped indeed but if you require a flatter response this headphones responds to and EQ very well. The treble is oh so detailed and is amazing for metal and rock. The bass is slightly emphasized and it decays really well to give that satisfying rumble.
  • Pros: Tight bass that extends really far, comfort, aesthetics, SOUNDSTAGE, sparkly treble (I love this aspect), pleasing to listen to for long periods.
  • Cons: Stock cable is pretty bad and cable replacement options are limited to one other, V-shaped sound signature, poor isolation
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Overall 10
10

User Review

Gunek, head-fi.org
6 March 2014
  • Summary: Had been selecting from Senheiser HD280Pro, Momentum Over Ear, Bose AE2, AudioTechnica ATH M50, Sony MDR 10RBT and this creatives. This pair had given the best floor tom recognition (so you can even hear the resonant plast) without washing out the bass guitar. Vocals, guitars are clear. Cymbals also do not wash mid-high range.  Perfectly for listening to nu-metal,trash, post-grunge bands.
  • Pros: Bass, vocals
  • Cons: Construction
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Overall 10
10

User Review

donnot, head-fi.org
6 March 2014
  • Summary: This is my first proper set of over ears, and I'm quite surprised! The bass is fast, punchy and has enough weight to satisfy the slight basshead in me. The treble is a bit laid back for me, and I found they needed a bit of EQ. Vocals are very smooth and the soundstage is great! They produce a very natural sound. I've also had great success using them for gaming. Paired with a HifiMeDIY Sabre DAC and a Marantz 1050 amp.
  • Pros: Lows, comfortable, build quality. SOUNDSTAGE!
  • Cons: Isolation, 2.5mm cable input.
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Overall 10
10

User Review

Quaresma, head-fi.org
5 March 2014
  • Summary: The CAL! 2 is a big improvement over the first version.   Creative brands this as a "premium headphone" on the box, but is it?   First thing I noticed was the soundstage. It's MUCH better than the first CAL!. Much more air overall in the music. Good for movies as well.   I thought the bass was too boomy at first, but after some burn-in it became better. Maybe I just needed to adjust to the new sound signature?
  • Pros: SOUNDSTAGE, comfort, design, build quality, detachable cable
  • Cons: cable, price
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Overall 10
10

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TThorsen, head-fi.org
5 March 2014
  • Summary: I really like this headphone. I've been trying various headphones in this pricerange, and decided on this one.   But maybe the Price is a bit too high, when comparing to the first Creative Aurvana Live?   The bass extension and quality is really good on this one, but I'm not sure if this is for bassheads. Fortunately the bass doesn't bleed into mids (very important for me!)   The treble is also nice, and the vocals too.
  • Pros: Bass, detail, wide soundstage
  • Cons: price, value
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Overall 10
10

User Review

Sicher, head-fi.org
5 March 2014
  • Summary: I've auditioned the first Aurvana a couple of times, and I've always liked it, but never purchased it.   Anyway, this new Aurvana is so good! I believe the drivers are the same as the first model, but these are definitely tweaked.   The sound signature is V-shaped, so it's more of a "fun" headphone. Neutralists won't like it, althought it's not over colored like some other Cans.   Vocals are airy and the soundstage is really good.
  • Pros: Bass, asthetics, sturdy build quality, imaging, treble
  • Cons: None? Maybe flimsy cable
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Overall 10
10

User Review

kingpage, head-fi.org
5 March 2014
  • Summary: Sound Quality Straight out of the box, it sounded great, pretty much like the original CAL!. I’ve done over 100 hours of burn-in. DAC is FiiO E10. As I mentioned in one of the posts, it reminded me a lot of Sennheiser HD 25-1-II. This can be a headphone for people who really appreciate bass (bassheads included).   Is this a neutral can? No, but it is definitely a fun can with a V-shaped signature.
  • Pros: Lush bass, good mids, sparkly treble
  • Cons: Average isolation
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Overall 9
9.0

User Review

JMortensen, head-fi.org
5 March 2014
  • Summary: I've had different headphones, ranging from M50, Momentums, and various lesser known brands.   This headphone though is very good! I have to say this: This may be the most comfortable headphone I've ever used. Sure, headphones that cost thousands of dollars may be more comfortable, but I'm not in that League!   I'd really like more treble, it may be a bit too laid back for me. Not ear-piercing treble, but just a tad more present.   The bass is really good!
  • Pros: Soundstage, bass, build quality, detachable cable
  • Cons: highs, price ATM
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Overall 10
10

Lovely

Roy Green, Amazon
2 June 2014
  • Summary: Nice headphones, super sound, lightweight, no problems at all. The sound is superb. I listen to a lot of different types of music, and these phones handle whatever you type I play. Couldn't be more pleased.
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Overall 10
10

Fantastic Headphones

Dan, Amazon
28 May 2014
  • Summary: The best headphones I've ever had. Although fairly expensive, the sound is incredible. The cord is of reasonable length and has a volume switch on it too. Easy to pack away too. Wouod recommend..
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