postjack Posted June 26, 2007 Report Share Posted June 26, 2007 Got a package from Israel today: Its hard to capture the beauty of the wood with my limited photography skills, but they really are gorgeous to look at. First impressions: yeeeeeouch! Man that is a loud upper midrange. \ Which is a shame because a) that is where a lot of my favorite vocals are, and obviously my preference for Grados shows I love a silky warm midrange, and because these cans get so much else right. Midbass (bass guitar) is wonderfully textured and natural sounding, drums have amazing snap & crack and are very lifelike. And actually the highest highs are sweet, not overly bright like the upper midrange/lower highs. The AT fitting system is very comfortable on my large head. I've done brief comparisons with the Melos and the Dynahi, initial impressions prefer the Melos, but I still want to do more listening. Can't say whether or not these are a keeper yet. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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