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Just received a HifiMan newletter informing a sale:HE500 $349 Factory RefurbishedHE400 $149 Factory RefurbishedHE300 $99 Factory RefurbishedHE400i $299 Open Box Return
All out. Too late now.
If they do, it certainly wouldn't be an obvious electronic tuned circuit like Bose incorporates into their QC-25 (but does not use in their SoundTrue around-ear model). Whatever Sennheiser does is probably not even in that tube amp, so whatever they do I have no idea. Stax has been producing ES headphones for years that are very neutral, and I presume Sennheiser would be using the same kind of technology.
I can't agree that I need 2 or more headphones for the *many* genres of music I listen to. A headphone that's properly tuned, by manufacture and then by astute user EQ, should play everything at quality ranging from excellent to "pretty good", and if not, the recording was not made to be a high fidelity recording.
Thanks Dale.About the new HD800S, is a old technology in a new cloth.How they manage to sold it is beyond my comprehension.The current situation is this>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BkZPj9F0y18Looks funny but its not.
There is a new HifiMan: Edition S price $250http://www.hifiman.com/articles/detail/401?preview=trueIts not a round can but rectangular.
Just received a HifiMan newletter informing a sale:HE500 $349 Factory RefurbishedHE400 $149 Factory RefurbishedHE300 $99 Factory RefurbishedHE400i $299 Open Box ReturnHE560 $899 New & other models
The NAD HP50 is an excellent can, but just doesn't do it for me comfort-wise as it puts a pressure spot right at the top of my head. I would choose the Sennheiser Momentum over it which is *slightly* lesser in sound but for me far more comfortable.
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