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HD58X > HD6XX
I love the sound of both, but HD58X edges out in my opinion just because it has better low end for songs that sound better with more bass (R&B, Hip-Hop, EDM, etc.).
Indeed Aloha end is not only just slightly louder but just slightly clearer. The sub-bass, that light little Rumble that reverberates after the drummer hits a big tom, is not only smooth and accurate, it is more pronounced on these compared to the other frequencies ( including the sounds of a bass guitar) than I have ever heard on a headphone and that is really interesting and cool. I do wish that the entire range of bass response was (more) boosted like this. In that case it would be perfectly clear where exactly these cans fit in to the Sennheiser hd6 family.