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    Default Need Suggestion About Buying an Excellent Headphone

    Bro,I need to buy a very good quality headphone,no matter it is attached with a mic or not.I m giving priority on the sound quality most.It will be better if It can deliver 5.1 virtual surround sound.I will buy it from BD.So,consider about its availablity on BD market when u give suggestions.

    My Budget-6000tk.
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    Default Re: Need Suggestion About Buying an Excellent Headphone

    why don't u try mazhar bhai's hp: http://banglagamer.com/forums/showth...-ASUS-Xonar-DX
    i was very eager to buy the hp but kambakth teka poisa.....
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    Default Re: Need Suggestion About Buying an Excellent Headphone

    Mazhar bro's one is the masterpiece,but it is designed for 2 channel output.I am preferring those ones which are capable of giving 5.1 channel output virtually. BTW Where are the other people?only one advice in 1 whole day?
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    Default Re: Need Suggestion About Buying an Excellent Headphone

    Quote Originally Posted by dramaviewer View Post
    Mazhar bro's one is the masterpiece,but it is designed for 2 channel output.I am preferring those ones which are capable of giving 5.1 channel output virtually. BTW Where are the other people?only one advice in 1 whole day?
    Probably because not much advice to offer! No matter what the budget its almost impossible to find any decent HP in BD.

    The only HP that I can think of is Logitech G35. The only headphone that Offers Discreete 7.1 channel and only HP in the market that is 2nd Dolby Generation certified surround headphone. Razer has Megalodon and SteelSeries has 5H v2, both offers only virtual 7.1 channel.

    For 5.1 channel there is only one HP and that is Razer Barracuda HP-1... it is a discreet 5.1 channel HP that connects to any 5.1 Soundcard via 3RCA connector. Basically its a Mini 5.1 speaker system that mounts on your head.

    Those are the only headphones I can think of that you might be able to reach from BD with some luck of course. There are lot other surround HP but they are way to rare to get (even in US or UK) and cRRazy expencive. So its not wise to talk about those.

    I am using G35 for a long time now and previously used Barracuda HP-1 for couple of months. Tried Megalodon once and never botherd to waste time trying the 5H v2. So here's the verdict,

    *G35 - the only Dolby Certified HP with 7.1 descret channel, built with heavy duty Logitech standard (its durable and tougher then G27 ;P) Price around 7500Tk.

    *Barracuda HP-1: The only 5.1 descrete channel HP in the market. Jinjira made MicroLab speakers and Indian Maruti cars have better built quality then this piece of junk. Mine didn't even last 3 months... total wastage of money, 6000TK

    *Megalodon- Awesome Bass, Bass sounds are killer with the special effect mode on but it messes up the clearity of the surround effect. No descrete surround channels, only virtual. But I must say again.. the Bass sound is nothing like my ears have ever experienced, Best bass ever. Price .. ehheem... 11000Tk. x_X

    *SteelSeries 5H v2: Pathetic excuse of a Headphone, they call it loosers gadget. I can't confirm its bad reputation as I never actually botherd to put on it and try, So...! Price 6000TK.

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    Default Re: Need Suggestion About Buying an Excellent Headphone

    After reading the very informative & reviewing post of Shahriar bhai,I think G35 will be my best choice.but how it is possible to get one of those from BD?Can anyone help me to bring one piece of G35 from abroad?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Streamyx View Post
    *Barracuda HP-1: The only 5.1 descrete channel HP in the market. Jinjira made MicroLab speakers and Indian Maruti cars have better built quality then this piece of junk. Mine didn't even last 3 months... total wastage of money, 6000TK

    *Megalodon- Awesome Bass, Bass sounds are killer with the special effect mode on but it messes up the clearity of the surround effect. No descrete surround channels, only virtual. But I must say again.. the Bass sound is nothing like my ears have ever experienced, Best bass ever. Price .. ehheem... 11000Tk. x_X
    Just FYI, razer did up the quality of construction of the HP-1 in the later production batches. I must say though, the early ones sucked balls, no idea why razer would do that

    About the megadolon, yes it has a decent amount of bass, but after hearing it the bass was certainly there, but very uncontrolled. Fast bass also unsettled it, and there was an artificial feel to the bass, most probably due to the fact that the cans did not /could not reach the very low end of the frequency spectrum, and boosted the frequencies slightly above them to make the bass feel inflated. It also did affect the mids and highs, most probably due to the artificially inflated bass. About best bass ever, i assume you mean among gaming headphones? This SRH840 here kills it, buries it and also arranges the funeral for the megadolon in terms of bass, but granted, its not a gaming headphone

    BTW DV, you gan get the xonar DX and emulate a 2.1 channel headphone for virtual surround. Otherwise, anything other than the G35 is a waste, since all they do is provide a virtual surround (there are a few others though, i cant seem to remember them)

    About Steelseries 5H V2, come on, its not that bad! Music was pretty pathetic on it, but games had decent positional audio considering its only virtual surround. But yeah, beside the G35 theres no contest, the G35 wins hands down in terms of both accuracy of direction (duh, its discrete) and sound quality

    edit: @ йЦммєя³¹ : that SRH440 was sold, i just didnt update that thread, and no need to revive it now
    Last edited by Mazhar; February 17th, 2010 at 07:12.

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    Default Re: Need Suggestion About Buying an Excellent Headphone

    How about Creative's Fatal1ty Gaming Headset which is available in BD for 4000tk with 1 year replacement warranty?Are you concerned about it?how is it's sound quality compared to others?plz comment about it.
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    Oops! sorry... totally forgot about Fatal1ty! But probably it is because that is a forgetable HP. It is a good choice for a stereo HP but not worth 4000TK. Nothing attractive about it other then the name Fatal1ty (if anyone cares about that, even). Sound quality doesn't go beyond any average HP. A4Tech has better HP for cheaper price that has better built quality and probably better sound. But I thaught you wanted a surround HP!:S
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    Default Re: Need Suggestion About Buying an Excellent Headphone

    Quote Originally Posted by Streamyx View Post
    Probably because not much advice to offer! No matter what the budget its almost impossible to find any decent HP in BD.

    The only HP that I can think of is Logitech G35. The only headphone that Offers Discreete 7.1 channel and only HP in the market that is 2nd Dolby Generation certified surround headphone. Razer has Megalodon and SteelSeries has 5H v2, both offers only virtual 7.1 channel.

    For 5.1 channel there is only one HP and that is Razer Barracuda HP-1... it is a discreet 5.1 channel HP that connects to any 5.1 Soundcard via 3RCA connector. Basically its a Mini 5.1 speaker system that mounts on your head.

    Those are the only headphones I can think of that you might be able to reach from BD with some luck of course. There are lot other surround HP but they are way to rare to get (even in US or UK) and cRRazy expencive. So its not wise to talk about those.

    I am using G35 for a long time now and previously used Barracuda HP-1 for couple of months. Tried Megalodon once and never botherd to waste time trying the 5H v2. So here's the verdict,

    *G35 - the only Dolby Certified HP with 7.1 descret channel, built with heavy duty Logitech standard (its durable and tougher then G27 ;P) Price around 7500Tk.

    *Barracuda HP-1: The only 5.1 descrete channel HP in the market. Jinjira made MicroLab speakers and Indian Maruti cars have better built quality then this piece of junk. Mine didn't even last 3 months... total wastage of money, 6000TK

    *Megalodon- Awesome Bass, Bass sounds are killer with the special effect mode on but it messes up the clearity of the surround effect. No descrete surround channels, only virtual. But I must say again.. the Bass sound is nothing like my ears have ever experienced, Best bass ever. Price .. ehheem... 11000Tk. x_X

    *SteelSeries 5H v2: Pathetic excuse of a Headphone, they call it loosers gadget. I can't confirm its bad reputation as I never actually botherd to put on it and try, So...! Price 6000TK.

    I hope it helps.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Just FYI, razer did up the quality of construction of the HP-1 in the later production batches. I must say though, the early ones sucked balls, no idea why razer would do that

    About the megadolon, yes it has a decent amount of bass, but after hearing it the bass was certainly there, but very uncontrolled. Fast bass also unsettled it, and there was an artificial feel to the bass, most probably due to the fact that the cans did not /could not reach the very low end of the frequency spectrum, and boosted the frequencies slightly above them to make the bass feel inflated. It also did affect the mids and highs, most probably due to the artificially inflated bass. About best bass ever, i assume you mean among gaming headphones? This SRH840 here kills it, buries it and also arranges the funeral for the megadolon in terms of bass, but granted, its not a gaming headphone

    BTW DV, you gan get the xonar DX and emulate a 2.1 channel headphone for virtual surround. Otherwise, anything other than the G35 is a waste, since all they do is provide a virtual surround (there are a few others though, i cant seem to remember them)

    About Steelseries 5H V2, come on, its not that bad! Music was pretty pathetic on it, but games had decent positional audio considering its only virtual surround. But yeah, beside the G35 theres no contest, the G35 wins hands down in terms of both accuracy of direction (duh, its discrete) and sound quality

    edit: @ йЦммєя³¹ : that SRH440 was sold, i just didnt update that thread, and no need to revive it now


    Thanks to both of you guys....cause i was looking for a a good HP info thread for a a long time...

    My question is.....is the g35 even comparable to SRH440 regarding music quality?.....:S

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    Thanks to both of you guys....cause i was looking for a a good HP info thread for a a long time...

    My question is.....is the g35 even comparable to SRH440 regarding music quality?.....:S
    You are trying to compare (as american's say it) "apples with oreanges"

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    Yes,Shahriar bro I want a surround one.I told about the Fatal1ty just because I wasn't sure if it is surround or stereo.But what can I do now?It is not possible for me to bring headphones from abroad now.Can you bring one G35 for me when you come to BD?
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    Quote Originally Posted by avas911 View Post
    Thanks to both of you guys....cause i was looking for a a good HP info thread for a a long time...

    My question is.....is the g35 even comparable to SRH440 regarding music quality?.....:S
    Yeah as Shahriar mentioned, G35 is a gaming headset, its objective is to deliver proper positional audio. The SRH440 on the other hand, is a studio headphone, designed for music. The sound quality just cannot be compared

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    SO shure is better...

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    Default Re: Need Suggestion About Buying an Excellent Headphone

    Quote Originally Posted by dramaviewer View Post
    Yes,Shahriar bro I want a surround one.I told about the Fatal1ty just because I wasn't sure if it is surround or stereo.But what can I do now?It is not possible for me to bring headphones from abroad now.Can you bring one G35 for me when you come to BD?
    I would if there is any chance of me coming to BD in next 2 years.
    Anyways... not a problem. PPL are going to M'sia, Singapore all the time. Forum er member der oneke ase. Iccha korle keo 2/3ta G35 ante paare... its available in any PC store in those countries... I mean you can get all the foresaid HPs anywhere in those countries... I am sure there'll be someone from the forum visiting abroad.
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    I too think that the G35 will be your best choice, but keep in mind that it is USB only, so you can only use it in your PC. This is the reason why I didn't get it for myself. I got a Siberia V2 USB, good enough for me.
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    if money isnt a problem, i would ask you to get sennheiser 650. no other headphone can sound better than this, period.
    it would be lifetime investment though since you wouldnt need any other headphone for rest of your life http://www.headphone.com/rightbetweenyourears/?p=1306
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    Quote Originally Posted by avas911 View Post
    SO shure is better...
    Only in terms of sound quality the shure is a knockout winner, where the G35 is the best out there amongst headphones in terms of positional audio IMO

    Quote Originally Posted by DevilJIN View Post
    if money isnt a problem, i would ask you to get sennheiser 650. no other headphone can sound better than this, period.
    it would be lifetime investment though since you wouldnt need any other headphone for rest of your life
    Thats simply not true, I think you should edit this post. The Beyerdynamic T1 or the Sennheiser HD800 are in a different league, way better than the HD650. Most people prefer the T1, but there is little to separate the two. Or Else, the Stax SR007-MKII is an electrostatic headphone, and in a league of its own altogether, way way ahead of the HD650, HD800 and T1.

    By the way, ive heard a properly amplified Sennheiser HD650 myself, and it does edge out my amped Shure SRH840 in terms of soundstage (since HD650 is a open can) and slightly in clarity and separation. However, the 840 has much, much more bass (since its a closed can) equals (IMO betters) the HD650 in midrange and comes very close in the highs. To be honest, i like listening to these more than the HD650 and I know some others that do too, but to each his own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Thats simply not true, I think you should edit this post. The Beyerdynamic T1 or the Sennheiser HD800 are in a different league, way better than the HD650. Most people prefer the T1, but there is little to separate the two. Or Else, the Stax SR007-MKII is an electrostatic headphone, and in a league of its own altogether, way way ahead of the HD650, HD800 and T1.

    By the way, ive heard a properly amplified Sennheiser HD650 myself, and it does edge out my amped Shure SRH840 in terms of soundstage (since HD650 is a open can) and slightly in clarity and separation. However, the 840 has much, much more bass (since its a closed can) equals (IMO betters) the HD650 in midrange and comes very close in the highs. To be honest, i like listening to these more than the HD650 and I know some others that do too, but to each his own.
    nope. hd 800 is just a better version of hd600, it doesnt sound better than 650, its just the hype that made people think it was better. most 650 fans were actually disappointed after demoing it. and t1? are you kidding me? bwahaha, it's been released for less than a month, but yeah, the t1 is newer than the hd800, so it must be better by default, its just k701 anyway.

    hd650 took the beatings and stood against time, none of the cans you mentioned did. and ofcourse closed cans has more bass, but doesnt mean they are better, closed cans can never sound as natural as open cans, though senn's ie8 ( for an iem) comes very close. but hd650 has enough bass to rattle your brains!
    and stax, it's electrostat bullshit, zero bass, too much treble
    and your shures,wanna hear them too... the hype about them is over and i've read some negative reviews. they sure are interesting though.
    i actually used to rely on www.head-fi.org before, but not anymore since its filled with audiophiles now.
    but i guess at the end it does depend on personal taste.
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