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Old 12-05-17, 12:15 PM
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If you're after gaming/accuracy/soundstage, the AKG702's are untouched by anything anyone else has listed here.
So you've had a pair of HE 400S then?





I also listed Grados. So you think those AKGs can take on the RS2E? I doubt that man.

The B&O are fantastic all rounders. They have the best punch of any headphone I own and are also the easiest to drive.

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Old 12-05-17, 12:53 PM
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For mostly gaming and some music I really like my Senn Game Ones really nice sound for games, very comfortable for long sessions and don't hurt if you wear glasses, and sound pretty good for music and I've just recently discovered not bad for movies either
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Old 15-05-17, 08:53 AM
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I used the AKG 702's for a few days found them very bulky and the ear pads aren't very soft. Might just be my head but I was expecting more seeing all the reviews saying they were super comfortable.

Also tried Audio Technica recommended one, can't remember the name and the ears pads are stupidly tiny.

I'm now back on Sennheiser HD 559's which fit my ears perfectly, albeit the right earphone sometimes drops sound.

Headphones are so confusing.
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