Audiophile Corner

Discussion in 'Accessories' started by Georgel, Jun 24, 2018.

  1. Georgel

    Georgel Notebook Virtuoso

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    Hello there :)

    I am George from Audiophile Heaven and I thought we should start a thread for music lovers here on NBR :)

    I'll post some reviews I do, and will do my best to help you as well
     
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  2. Georgel

    Georgel Notebook Virtuoso

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    Im still loving my poor mans headphones.

    SHP9500 w/ HM5 pads
     
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  4. Georgel

    Georgel Notebook Virtuoso

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    I think those are okay, at least you have lots of space to upgrade and to experiment.

    I don't recommend going all in at once, but taking small steps and enjoying the walk, as in this hobby, you don't need to run, you just have to take a trip and enjoy music :)
     
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    I got them for like 40 bucks, best headphones for that threshold in my opinion, but of course if I had the cash I would've been looking at sennheiser's, might be my next pair when these eventually fail (as all products do)
     
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    I have the Audience A2 headphones from Amazon, bought for £10. They have great bass and are fairly clear to listen to and are miles better than any laptop speaker. Probably the best pair of headphones available on the market though for that price. My brother has the Sennheiser HD598 which he got for peanuts a few Christmases ago - only £60! They have to best sounding headphones I've ever used, on a different planet to my crappy £10 headphones.
     
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    For home audio, look at the psb speaker system. Amazing.
     
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  8. Georgel

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    Then it would be hard to explain how much better are headphones in the 300 - 500 - 1000 USD Range :)

    Unfortunately, it isn't available in romania, and by the point you want to buy anything at that size and weight, the shipping far ourprices the whole object...
     
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    It's worth pointing out the Sennheiser H598 retails for £200 normally. TBH, at that price point, you'd need to a better DAC to experience it.
     
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    Even with shipping costs, they are worth the price of admission if you are a true audiophile. I have psb throughout my home.
     

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