I have the AT-M40fs and I'm quite happy with them. Very flat response and
extended range. Comfortable too. I'm not sure how they compare to the M50s,
which are pricier. The extra long cord, as in the M50s, is a bit difficult
to handle, though.
On Thu, Sep 15, 2011 at 8:11 PM, Sean <> wrote:
> I'll trade my 7506s for the HD25-1 II and I already own the HD25-1 II but=
> much rather prefer them in all aspects over the sony pair. I was a little
> worried about the clamp effect but I personally think it is a little
> I also have the AT m50s and really like them as well but the cable is qui=
> long and could be cumbersome.
> austin, texas
> --- In Magnus Bergsson
> <> wrote:
> > Hi all
> > I like to know if someone can give me some sound and handling compariso=
> > between Sennheiser HD 25-1 II and Sony MDR7509 (or 7506) headphones.
> > I am used to use Sennheiser HD25-1 II, but they press to much on may
> ears. I
> > need more comfortable "around the ear" headphones but without loss of
> > quality".
> > I can not make this comparison in Iceland, where I live, because this
> > headphones are not in stock.
> > I am looking for good "closed back" headphones to monitor nature sound
> > classical music recordings.
> > I have as well look at Ultrasone PRO750 or 900 headphones, if Sony are
> > "as good" as Sennheiser.
> > Thanks
> > --
> > Bestu kve=F0jur / Best regards
> > *Magn=FAs Bergsson
> > *Tel: + 354 6162904*
> > *
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