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AKG K712 Pro Audiophile Headphones
$365

AKG K712 Pro Audiophile Headphones


$1000 I buy instantly 1200 ill still buy. Helps to pay my WA7 later
If they are able to sell the HD800 or the PS1000 for $1000, I would seriously consider getting one. Always wanted one of those and they are not discounted much.
If they got the HD800 down to $1000, I would be seriously tempted. It's a lot of money, but I've always wanted one. They're not normally discounted much.
In my country pay $ 1,000, the effort to get this money, it is as if it cost $ 4000 in your country for you guys. Imagine $1500? But surely I'll buy if it falls
You guys dont know how cheap, really very very cheap cost the headphones in your country, surely
Massdrop deleted the other HD800 poll so heads up!
Yeah, I'd suggest HD600 instead. Probably the greatest headphone you'll find in its price range. I'd definitely buy one if we got a 30% or so discount on a pair of those.
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boblehest
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... or the HD650. I think it would be popular too.
boblehest
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Never been much of a Sennheiser fan, but, historically, in the 1980s-1990s it had a really huge rivalry with 1989[?] iteration of the Beyerdynamic DT880 and some other headphone that I forgot. Popularity died down for a while in the 1990s [it was still popular, but not as much as it was during the 80s.] because of the tired people claiming that sheeple were just getting the Sennheiser Veil which, some say, (although this IS still contentious) was remedied by the release of the HD650s.
Auditioned them a year back, didn't quite like the feel of the pads, and the extra clamping force so I went with the DT990s Pro (250ohms) since I felt that they were goddamn comfortable, and weren't treble cannons in my opinion. My general observation of prominent people who say they're treble cannons are those on the top-end of the spectrum(regularly listen to high-end headphones so the sound is hard to unhear when listening to other cheaper headphones) so their relative comparisons are based on top-tier headphones that make their claims a little less believable (brains are comparative. Take a sine tone test when you identify an 8k test tone it makes it much more difficult to compare 125Hz, 200Hz, 500Hz, 800Hz because your brain is using the 8k test town as the basis for hearing the 125/200/500/800Hz ). I really recommend auditioning as opposed to word of mouth when it comes to headphones at this price range since many serious personal audio shops are willing to let you test phones at this price range even if you can't pay for them yet. As for the top tier, word-of-mouth is more credible since our so-called "experts" are almost all in that category of headphone listening so their comparisons are more suitable.
Take Home Tip: You wanna understand what a reviewer is saying? Observe what he/she likes + lifestyle, and you'll know what the practical + sound bases of what he likes in headphones relative to yours, otherwise, your reading an alien language. The discourse of review in general relies on you knowing what the reviewer will put on a positive note or a negative against what you put as positive or negative. Know your reviewer.
I'm pretty sure there would only be like 1 person buying the Sennheiser HD800s, so there really isn't need for a drop.
SmurfyBacon
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Yeah haha. If any. At 1500$, even if it was brought down to 1000$ I'm still sure it would be only one person.
SmurfyBacon
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Actually, keep in mind that a lot of headphone manufacturers place higher markups on their high-end gear in order to make the low-fi and mid-fi gear more affordable. You could save some serious cheddar in a good drop. Enough to buy a good amp to power them.