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Lowest price ever for some great open cans

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How does the sound of this compare to the Massdrop X Sennheiser HD58X?
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Hey guys,
FYI, this is an open-air can. That means everyone can hear what you are listening to. This is not a nitpicking, but an added info to unsuspected buyers. If you have the right application, this pair is phenomenal for its price bracket.
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Use Discover 20% to get it for $80!
Can you explain more? I have a discover card but don't know what you're talking about
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How comfortable are these for glasses wearers?
Currently using AD700X and it hurts after a few hours.
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I got the Sony CH700N. Yet to open it. Is this a better can than Sony?
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Best price. I paid $180 not even 9 months ago.
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How comfortable are these for glasses wearers?
Currently using AD700X and it hurts after a few hours.
I use them for hours on end with glasses on, as when watching movies or shows late at night. Very comfortable.
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I got the Sony CH700N. Yet to open it. Is this a better can than Sony?
They're two different beasts. The Sony are closed-back, active noise-cancelling headphones; the Philips are open-back and not noise-cancelling. Sound is subjective so it''s difficult to give you a straight answer. The only way to know is to listen to them side be side. That said, I can make a couple of general observations: The Philips will have a more open kind of sound, much wider soundstage. and also more detailed. In my opinion, you'll get much "better" sound from the Philips X2HR.
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Awesome price. Was hoping it would go under 100 and it finally did. And the discover 10 off 50 plus the 5% cashback sealed the deal for me.
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Now this is a deal. The previous post was $119, only a 5% saving. Hopefully these will sounds just as good as the original ones.
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Bought the other day for $120, rebuying at this new price and returning the other bc Amazon won't price match which is ridiculous. Anyway these are AMAZING.
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How comfortable are these for glasses wearers?
Currently using AD700X and it hurts after a few hours.
these are like pillows on your ears. they are in no way a "reference" phone with flat frequency response, but instead are very fun to listen to. in the vein of bose or beats but with higher sound quality.
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great price for a good pair of open-back headphones
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Thank you! I've been waiting for this price point.
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Already own a pair of Beyer DT990, any reason I should get these too? I remember looking at them before I bought the dt990s but don't recall the differences between them.
I'm in the same exact boat. Would love some input
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Already own a pair of Beyer DT990, any reason I should get these too? I remember looking at them before I bought the dt990s but don't recall the differences between them.
I have DT880s so not a direct comparison but I actually prefer them over the X2's. The DT990s should actually be more similar to the X2's, but the bass on the X2's was just a bit too boomy and muddled for me on bass heavy tracks or games with many explosions. The midrange was recessed in comparison too. That's not to say the X2's are bad, they are definitely a fun headphone, it's just they are not more suited to all types of music and content like my DT880s are. The bass is just much more controlled on the 880s.

Since the DT990s have a bit more bass than the 880s, I'd say as long as the bass quality on your headphones is sufficient for you (and I'm imagining they're quite controlled if they're comparable to the 880s) and you enjoy the treble, then keep your 990s. If you want more bass quantity (at the expense of slight quality) then get the X2s.
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