I saw a review up on head-fi.org that said the same thing. It compared the three brands out and that was their favorite. I am saving up for the HD-600 and I'm going to get one!
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Thanks for the post..I have to wonder though. The 600's sell here on the 'Gon for $239 all the time, is it reasonable to spend $150 on the cord? I love my 600's but could really only see myself changing the cord if it was ~$75 max. Seems to me $150 spent on a $239 piece of gear is out of whack, sort of like spending $2000 on a power cord for a $3500 amp.
it has it own plugs, no soldering invoved, thx for the lead i was looking for that high rated cable, as far as $239 for hd600's. go by the list price of the headpones i think it like $400+ so $159 is a bargain for a quality /high rated cable. it is a shame when theres a quality headphone makers product getting whored on the net. the price for the cable, $159 is the list price, not the whored price. so yes it makes sence to spend that much imo.
Well, I hate paying the prices cable companies charge, and I agree they're horribly inflated, but the way I would view this is:
So, the question is, can I get sommething else which sounds better to me than this combo for 400? (Ignoring the question of whether a cable is really worth more than a third of the price of the component it's connected to, which would make me see red).
Check out the review on Head-fi.org, it was a good one!