Summary: Hey guys, it's me Triple8Fidelity. This is my first review and also venture into head-fi.
First of all, i'm a music student at Monash University specializing in 'cello. I listen to a lot of classical music works, many which I have played in e.g.
Pros: Wide sound stage with strong all round performance in bass, treble and midrange underpinned by only 30 ohms of impedance.
Cons: Short cable with minute quality loss with extension cable. Metal plating leads to substantial fingerprint marks and no hard carry case provided.
Summary: Here is the deal. I really don't care how they look. I don't care how they are built (they are headphones for god-sakes). I don't care if they smudge or whatever else. So you won't see me wasting your time reading about that stuff.
I will tell you that on their own, these headphones are good.
Summary: For some years now I've been pondering a good transportable headphone rig, including a good pair of closed cans. I tried the ED9s twice and was disappointed that I didn't feel they were any improvement over the Denon D5000s I had at the time, especially with the S-Logic making the sound more as if...
Pros: Easy to drive, lots of bass if you like that and very comfortable
Cons: Not very resolving for headphones at their price point.
Summary: This headphone has outstanding Design and Perfomance. Very balanced and natural sound
one thing i have to talk about is its ear pad.
this earpad is just attatched with double side tape...............
I can't believe that they just used tape to hold them...and it is over $1000 headphone.....
Summary: They remain my favorites for around a year, and I have no urge to get anything else. Premium over other versions was minuscule at the time (price in USD is converted from what I paid in EUR (1140 incl Value Added Tax)), no sonic differences they say, and I had no chance to find out; the brown...
Pros: Perfect full size portable cans; replace earmuffs, and do so with some style.
Cons: Too darn expensive; cannot wear a hat; too warm in summer