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post #46 of 121
Yeah I'm not expecting something on par with my near-field monitors or my Shure SE530 IEMs, but I need the best possible noise-cancelling, and there are times when my ear canals are sore from wearing the Shures too much that I need an over-ear solution. The Bose QuietComfort 15 fit the bill.
post #47 of 121
Ultimate Ears Triple.Fi 10's for out of the house, Grado 325i's for proper listening and an old pair of Beyerdynamic for Computer/ housework etc
post #48 of 121

Sony MDR-V500 Headphones

 

The coiled cord is super long, so I do stuff while still wearing the headphones. It sounds ridiculous, but damn is it convenient.

post #49 of 121
SR-007 (O2 Mk1) mainly but also UE TF10, HD650, AD2000 and AD1000.
post #50 of 121
Sennheiser CX 400 II.

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post #51 of 121
But i'm looking for in-ears with a microphone so i can use it on my iPhone.
post #52 of 121
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SR-007 (O2 Mk1) mainly but also UE TF10, HD650, AD2000 and AD1000.

Baller as fuck. I'll buy an 007 one day...
post #53 of 121
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Remolded Ultimate Ears Triple.Fi 10's
500

I have been considering getting my TF10s remoulded, would you say it's worth it?
post #54 of 121
Buying Bose is like buying a fused Kenneth Cole jacket and thinking you a canvassed jacket.
post #55 of 121
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Buying Bose is like buying a fused Kenneth Cole jacket and thinking you a canvassed jacket.

Yup. Bose is world class shite.

Sennheiser HD595
post #56 of 121
Horses for courses.

Bose AE2
& a few others
post #57 of 121
Ety hf3s right now.

I've used NuForces - they were okay. I think the Ety ER-4Ps had the best sound of any IEMs I've had. Tried RE0s as well.

Head-Fi is really where you can get obsessed over these things.
post #58 of 121
I like the Bose Quietcomfort noise cancelling phones, awesome on planes and buses. Although as others have said, so much Bose stuff is quite overpriced for what you get. Can't use IEMs, the things never stay in for more than a few minutes, especially with my left ear, plus I found the sealing effect to be quite uncomfortable and nauseating.
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Edited by chu - 12/11/11 at 11:43pm
post #60 of 121
Today I picked up my dream headphones the Grado RS-1i. They sound great out of the box but they need 50 hours for break-in.

I'm burning them in with a Benchmark DAC1 and my CD player playing a variety of discs. Right now Squeeze Spot the Difference is spinning.
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