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omgery
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Oct 23, 2016
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As an out of the box product I give this can sound quality 4/5 and comfort 3/5 (just because the indetachable and too long cable). I believe, sound is subjective, but for my daily listening that not include EDM, this can eats those musics beautifully. Did a little bit of modifications, making it detachable and shortened the original cable.
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Now the sound quality is 4.5/5 and comfort 4.5/5. For cans under 150 (I have M50X, HE-350, and this, yet tried many) this is still the best for me.
Oct 23, 2016
Faszer
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Oct 25, 2016
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how does changing the cable make the sound quality go up in your opinion? lol
Oct 25, 2016
omgery
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Oct 27, 2016
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Shorter cable means less signal lost, better quality plug means better signal transfer, and better solder means better signal transfer too. Google it, you can learn it there… hope it helps.
Oct 27, 2016
Ventace
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Nov 11, 2016
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You're not wrong, but the difference in signal transfer at this level is negligible..... People should only worry about that once they've gotten a hold of their end-game build, and are now spending money on their turntables, USB 'purifiers', and even audio insulators (Like Final's "Daruma-San" [だるまさん]) and such. At this price range, any modding would generally be changing earcups or adjusting headbands and such for better comfort and a slight change in sound, but these headphones, despite their nice accuracy, aren't near good enough that a cable would be of its benefit.
EDIT: If you're interested in the Daruma insulator, here's a link
http://final-audio-design.com/en/archives/1895
Nov 11, 2016
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