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Lowest price ever for some great open cans

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Every single pair of new headphones I have ever purchased have needed at least 24 hours of playing to break in the drivers. I started out playing these on my V30, and even at full volume they needed more power. I have them hooked up to my Emotiva PT100 Preamp playing some MQA files right now and they sound better with more power, but still need some time to break in the drivers. My honest opinion. Not saying anyone else is incorrect, but this was my first impression. I am giving them time to break in. I'm assuming breaking in headphones is a new concept?
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Every single pair of new headphones I have ever purchased have needed at least 24 hours of playing to break in the drivers. I started out playing these on my V30, and even at full volume they needed more power. I have them hooked up to my Emotiva PT100 Preamp playing some MQA files right now and they sound better with more power, but still need some time to break in the drivers. My honest opinion. Not saying anyone else is incorrect, but this was my first impression. I am giving them time to break in. I'm assuming breaking in headphones is a new concept?
no its not but even with breaking in it doesnt change that much. anyone that say it does is a liar or just regurgitating what they read on the internet.
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Open vs closed headphones aside, any reason to get this over the Sony MDR-V6? Reading the reviews, the Philips seem to be a 'fun' headphone? Currently using the MDR-V6 and am satisfied.
Slickdeals has made me buy too many headphones I don't need. Bought these Fidelios as well.

I found the Fidelio's marginally better than my Sennhieser 598SEs (also open back). Again very subjective. They are very close and I am not an audiophile or understand things like 'soundstage'.

I like the MDR-V6 clarity better than the Fidelios. Old is gold -. Stick with them.
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Dead, back up to $130
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Deal is live again! Back to $99 on Amazon
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