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    hello, i don't know much about headphones but going to buy one very soon. budget 140$. main purpose is hearing music and watching movies so microphone isn't necessary. note that i use on-board audio (Realtek ALC892 8 Channels).

    while searching i liked these models :

    Logitech G35 - 110$
    Audio-Technica ATH-AD700 - 116$
    Audio-Technica ATH-A700- 122$
    Shure SRH840 Professional - 132$
    Shure Srh750dj Professional - 125$

    which one will be best for me? also feel free to suggest any other headphone if you think it'll suit my needs.

    thanks.
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    If u like more bass then the 750DJ.
    If u have big sized ears then the 840.
    But I would highly suggest getting a sound card first preferably the Xonar ST Or STX. A titanium would do too.

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    For music, choose between the 750DJ and SRH840. AD700 and A700 are stereo headphones which are very good for gaming, and the G35 is purely a gaming headphone (a gimmick actually), which I don't recommend for music.
    Last edited by Dee; February 27th, 2012 at 13:21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    For music, choose between the 750DJ and SRH840. AD700 and A700 are stereo headphones which are very good for gaming, and the G35 is purely a gaming headphone (a gimmick actually).
    All of them are stereo HPs, G35 simulates a virtual surround through its usb sound card, which in fact every headphone can with the proper sound card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EviL AnGeL View Post
    All of them are stereo HPs, G35 simulates a virtual surround through its usb sound card, which in fact every headphone can with the proper sound card.
    Who says all of them are surround HPs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    750DJ and SRH840. AD700 and A700 are stereo headphones.
    That looked like u meant the Shure s are surround HPs.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    Who says all of them are surround HPs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EviL AnGeL View Post
    That looked like u meant the Shure s are surround HPs.
    You misunderstood. A lot of people think stereo HPs aren't that good for gaming, that's why I noted it.

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    ^Intrestingly some people say "Razer Tiamat type r headphone e multiple instument multiple driver diye ashbe" when the recording itself is sterio & ami personally shob surround settings off rakhi, pure stereo sounds way better.

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    Get a sennheiser 558 or 598 in that budget will be better than all phones in that category and has really good imaging and soundstage, Audiotechnica phones usually are very bass light so I guess aside from that its pretty good. Shure DJ750 = best phones in the shure line but I hate its looks and it probably will not have as good imaging and soundstage as open air phones .
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    @eXsTatik thanks for suggesting Sennheiser hd558 and hd 598. Decided to get one of these. I think you have the 558 so how is your experience with it? About the 598, i can hardly see any difference with 558 (same driver same specs except for the frequencys). Some people also says that 558 is virtually 598 without the visual mods. So is there any dramatic performance difference between these two? The 598 is $70 more than the 558, does it really worth it? If it the looks rather than performance, i better go with 558.
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    Cosonic headphones were really good before. But now they are just crap.

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    Extend your budget by a $100 more and you may be able to score a fantastic all-rounder.

    I 'm talking about the Ultrasone hfi-2400, which for less than $300 is a steal. It 's a tad slow, very warm-sounding, good mids and fantasssssstic bass, unique soundstage, the highs are a tad quieter, no top-end sparkle which make them extremely non-fatiguing for long sessions. Very nice phones for the money, the only thing i may complain about is that the separation of instruments could 've been better, but given the excuse that this comes as an expense to the non-fatiguing treble, i'll gladly accept it. I share the same impressions as put down by this gentleman-

    http://www.head-fi.org/t/604550/ultr...fi-2400-review

    Or if you 're limited within the $200 range, you may look at the Dt990 pro which is very revealing, but it was overly bright for my taste, and hence passed over to Zulk now.

    I personally love the Shures, but honestly speaking, they seem very bass-light when compared to Usones and Beyers, and after you 've heard the later you wouldn 't like your primary cans to be that very bass-light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    Extend your budget by a $100 more and you may be able to score a fantastic all-rounder.

    I 'm talking about the Ultrasone hfi-2400, which for less than $300 is a steal. It 's a tad slow, very warm-sounding, good mids and fantasssssstic bass, unique soundstage, the highs are a tad quieter, no top-end sparkle which make them extremely non-fatiguing for long sessions. Very nice phones for the money, the only thing i may complain about is that the separation of instruments could 've been better, but given the excuse that this comes as an expense to the non-fatiguing treble, i'll gladly accept it. I share the same impressions as put down by this gentleman-

    http://www.head-fi.org/t/604550/ultr...fi-2400-review

    Or if you 're limited within the $200 range, you may look at the Dt990 pro which is very revealing, but it was overly bright for my taste, and hence passed over to Zulk now.

    I personally love the Shures, but honestly speaking, they seem very bass-light when compared to Usones and Beyers, and after you 've heard the later you wouldn 't like your primary cans to be that very bass-light.
    The hifi 2400 seems to be a nice headphones but i rather care the separation of instruments more than base. Whats ur point of view about the sennheiser hd558? How do you compare it with the 2400? The hd598 is out of talking now because of its annoying colour scheme.
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    HD558's have a very nice instrument seperations and imaging+ pretty spacious soundstage, Hfi 2400 has recessed treble so its more smooth and relaxing to listen too. Stock the 558's are a bit bass shy, but get rid of the stupid foam behind the driver and bam increased soundstage and bass with all the goodness it had before. bass gets a bit bloated after this but its not too out of control.

    Many people prefer the HD558/598 over the HD6x0 line up despite the latter being a technically better headphone.

    ---------- Post added at 02:27 ---------- Previous post was at 02:23 ----------

    If you want awesome instrument seperation detail monster in the under 300 range than AKG Q701. not to be mistaken with the K701, this model albeit being very similar has more sub-bass and a more meaty presentation and more forward mids due to a decrease in soundstage as noted by many head-fiers.

    Q701 is still bass light though, its more lacking in the bass presence due to the fast bass decay. Some claim that speed to be a bit artificial :S. Not sure as I have never heard them, know this though as much as they are loved they are more hated. Typical AKG
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    Can anyone explain these graphs?

    Frequency Response:
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkMan View Post
    Can anyone explain these graphs?
    Thanks.
    Eh, it's all explained on their site - http://www.headphone.com/learning-ce...asurements.php

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