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    Very much interested in Panasonic HTF600-S but also offer other headphones too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaib View Post
    Very much interested in Panasonic HTF600-S but also offer other headphones too.
    dipanzan probably had one for sell. ask him.

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    What do you say @dipanzan ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaib View Post
    Very much interested in Panasonic HTF600-S but also offer other headphones too.
    Dipanzan already sold his cans to @shafi .
    I am selling one Ultrasone HFI 580 with velour pads. If you are interested, let me know. there's a thread btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by areek View Post
    Dipanzan already sold his cans to @shafi .
    I am selling one Ultrasone HFI 580 with velour pads. If you are interested, let me know. there's a thread btw.
    I wish I could! But my budget is very limited (~5K) That's why looking for second hand deal.

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    You can import one via the facebook groups with 5k I guess. I received mine last December. Cost me 3.5k. The RP was $30 then, it's $34 now.

    One thing thou, it's an open back hp. I guess you probably know how they leak but this one might seem uncomfortable at first with that much. Also do get at least a Titanium to charge these. Or wouldn't perform with full potential.


    ...I just read your pm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    You can import one via the facebook groups with 5k I guess. I received mine last December. Cost me 3.5k. The RP was $30 then, it's $34 now.

    One thing thou, it's an open back hp. I guess you probably know how they leak but this one might seem uncomfortable at first with that much. Also do get at least a Titanium to charge these. Or wouldn't perform with full potential.


    ...I just read your pm.
    And how did you buy for only 3.5k when it's gonna cost me 5k?
    Have you tried them with onboard chip? How bad? I've never used any good full-size headphone. I have only IEM experiences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaib View Post
    And how did you buy for only 3.5k when it's gonna cost me 5k?
    Have you tried them with onboard chip? How bad? I've never used any good full-size headphone. I have only IEM experiences.
    I dunno for sure how much it's gonna cost you. I got it for 3.5k cause the group charged shipping charge as half as others. They don't have this service anymore now.

    Used them use VIA onboard for a while. The sound was very low. Titanium gave it a boost and improved everything.


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    I bought dipanzan vaia's can to use it only for gaming as i already am a proud owner of audio technica ath m50 as well as tactic 3d alpha, will also be bringing a dt 990 pro inshallah. Its soundstage is excellent meaning u will have kinda accurate positional audio, but lacks the bass and other stuff compared to my ath m50(i know its unfair but seems like some people tends to compare it to over 300 us$ headphones which is really kinda weird). Yeah i would recommend it provided u have a xfi titanium at least, without it, everything falls apart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shafi View Post
    yeah i would recommend it provided u have a xfi titanium at least, without it, everything falls apart.
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    You could look into JVC S400 btw. They cost probably less than $25. A friend of mine [BG member too] bought it for portable usage. I haven't tried it yet but according to him, it's pretty good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shafi View Post
    I bought dipanzan vaia's can to use it only for gaming as i already am a proud owner of audio technica ath m50 as well as tactic 3d alpha, will also be bringing a dt 990 pro inshallah. Its soundstage is excellent meaning u will have kinda accurate positional audio, but lacks the bass and other stuff compared to my ath m50(i know its unfair but seems like some people tends to compare it to over 300 us$ headphones which is really kinda weird). Yeah i would recommend it provided u have a xfi titanium at least, without it, everything falls apart.
    HTF600 does not lack bass, instead it is a warm sounding hp. But ATH M50 er bass onek deep & is a true basshead hp & sounds great at that. But if you hear reviews in head-fi, some people even went to compare the pana with the senn. HD650, which is a flagship hp of 450$.

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    @areek @Frank3nst3in Okay here's what happened to me. I had klipsch S4 which I've lost in a party few months back and now my UE200 is showing symptoms. So, I need a headphones/IEMs anything that will sound good. I prefer HPs because they tend to last longer. Now you guys suggest something. I stopped reading about HPs like 2 years ago :/
    Or should I buy UE200 again? Then I won't have to think about portable usages for another two years again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaib View Post
    @areek @Frank3nst3in Okay here's what happened to me. I had klipsch S4 which I've lost in a party few months back and now my UE200 is showing symptoms. So, I need a headphones/IEMs anything that will sound good. I prefer HPs because they tend to last longer. Now you guys suggest something. I stopped reading about HPs like 2 years ago :/
    Or should I buy UE200 again? Then I won't have to think about portable usages for another two years again.
    Panasonic HTF600 isn't that portable, but it has a good build & can be opened to be fixed easily if it ever shows problems.
    Another option is to get the Koss Portapros. They are really good for the price & are portable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by areek View Post
    Panasonic HTF600 isn't that portable, but it has a good build & can be opened to be fixed easily if it ever shows problems.
    Another option is to get the Koss Portapros. They are really good for the price & are portable.
    How does it sound with mobile phones compared to Soundmagic headphones that you owned? Or should I buy the UE200 again? I'm mentioning about UE200 so many times because it had acceptable sound (OFC worse than S4 but i said acceptable) and I can get without any hassle and 2 years warranty.
    And I don't need portable. I only need good sound plus with HTF600 I can watch movies in computer which is a very big deal to me. And I would like to try HPs with good soundstage.

    So here's my options

    -Get UE200 for now and get better HPs+ amp in future.

    -Buy HTF600 now for portable+PC usage without amp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaib View Post
    How does it sound with mobile phones compared to Soundmagic headphones that you owned? Or should I buy the UE200 again? I'm mentioning about UE200 so many times because it had acceptable sound (OFC worse than S4 but i said acceptable) and I can get without any hassle and 2 years warranty.
    And I don't need portable. I only need good sound plus with HTF600 I can watch movies in computer which is a very big deal to me. And I would like to try HPs with good soundstage.

    So here's my options

    -Get UE200 for now and get better HPs+ amp in future.

    -Buy HTF600 now for portable+PC usage without amp.
    If you can be happy with UE200, get that & save money to get a better setup when you can.

    In my opinion, sound quality wise, E30>E10>Pana but Soundstagewise Panas will win. Honestly never listened to the UE200 myself, but they sound well & they come from Logitech who are one of the worlds leading iem producers. So get & save for sth better. But Budget should be above 100$ then.

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    Thanks bhaiya...Thanks a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by areek View Post
    But Budget should be above 100$ then.
    This is what I was thinking. My plan was to get mid range HPs like DT990 with good AMP-DAC. Because I believe ~$50 or even ~100$ HP wouldn't make much difference for me. When I first got the Klipsch S4 I was disappointed. My expectations were much higher as I've spent like $80 for this IEM. From then I decided not to spend anything under $300 for my next setup.

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    @areek ভাইয়া এখন আর কন্ট্রোল ছাড়া UE200 পাওয়া যায় না। কন্ট্রোল সহ UE200VM কিনতে পাওয়া যায়। কিন্তু আমি Walton D1 ব্যাবহার করি যাতে 3.5mm কন্ট্রোলসহ স্যামসাং এর সাথে ফ্রী দাওয়া হেডফোন চলে না। তাহলে UE200vm চলবে? প্যাকেট খুলে দেখার ওয়ে নাই দোকানে বসে। কিন্তু UE200vm এর গায়ে লিখা এন্ড্রয়েড সেটে চলবে। (স্যামসাং এরটা চলে নাইতো) তবে ওয়ালটনের সাথে ফ্রী দাওয়া টা কন্ট্রোল সহ বাট চলে ঠিকমতো।

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    If you were planning on using HTF600 as a portable, then I would suggest against it. 50 mm drives and the build, not ideal to be used as a portable.

    If you're looking for good iem on budget, check out Vsonic GR06/07 btw.


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    Quote Originally Posted by frank3nst3in View Post
    if you were planning on using htf600 as a portable, then i would suggest against it. 50 mm drives and the build, not ideal to be used as a portable.

    If you're looking for good iem on budget, check out vsonic gr06/07 btw.
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    No idea about the controltalk, but I have seen a few people buying the controltalk versions & mic not working for them.

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