Really regretting getting rid of my sound system. My first two sound systems (house and car) I gave away because I didn't want to move them (to another house/car.) Seemed like it was ok at the time... but such a stupid decision. Also stupid to look back at something that happened a long time ago and regret it.
I can't do over the ear headphones. They are impractical. I can't do true in ear headphones because they hurt after awhile.
The best headphone for comfort I've found is... Bose IE2. Something you can wear all of the time, which is what I want. Can exercise wearing it, whatever. I would prefer elite SQ but the SQ isn't bad by any stretch. It's good. It's just not DA BESS. But Pain is not da bess either. Nor is wearing clunky ass headphones while you exercise.
Eventually, I will get another sound system. My needs have changed. I don't think I need floor standing speakers with dual 12s. I want something that's clear... maybe some nice bookshelves. But still to get a nice system (from the ground up, I have nothing now) is gonna be expensive.
I have a Sennheiser HD600. I had gone through a long audio journey looking for headphones, and this might be the end. They have the natural vocals and good detail i want, and also provide good bass and soundstage.
And yes, i have an amp and dac... not running them out of an Ipod.
Last edited by Suguru101 : 03-27-2014 at 07:18 PM.
Built for bluetooth sport use. I absolutely love these. Technically you can do phone calls on them, but it's really crappy quality. So don't buy these if you are going to do phone calls at all (lots of background noise), but for music use. Absolutely fantastic considering they are earbuds and bluetooth. I don't believe there isn't anything better wireless for mobile use compared to these. I've jogged with these without them coming close to falling out and still being comfortable.
Oh snap, those are expensive as hell. Wish I could try them.
Well they are worth it(IMO) since not everyone thinks spending that much on headphones is sensible lol. But it has awesome clarity and has amazing crisp bass. Too much to put in one post :) I'll come back and read the rest of the thread later
I've just been using these earbuds for my walk to and from work:
Sennheiser CX200 Twist-to-Fit Earbuds. Good quality for the price (Around 20 bucks). For a while I was buying the Skull Candy Ink'd earbuds, but they kept breaking so I bought these and they have been very good.