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    Default Re: Sennheiser MX500 White

    i dun know if it is just me, but i compared the MX-500 and the original earphones, both sound equally the same.....

    merry christmas too you all.
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    Default Re: Sennheiser MX500 White

    Quote Originally Posted by +evenstar
    The new white version is straight type..
    Available in Singapore?

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    Default Re: Sennheiser MX500 White

    Quote Originally Posted by Geckorian
    Available in Singapore?
    not sure about this...but it is listed in the Sennheiser Asia site
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    Default Re: Sennheiser MX500 White

    any update on the mx500 straight type?

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    Default Re: Sennheiser MX500 White

    Quote Originally Posted by Snowcrash
    any update on the mx500 straight type?
    Don't think you can find a straight one in Singapore leh. Mine is a L one bought from TANGS.

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    Default Re: Sennheiser MX500 White

    Quote Originally Posted by Sjourn
    i dun know if it is just me, but i compared the MX-500 and the original earphones, both sound equally the same.....

    merry christmas too you all.

    relax la brother. as with all audio stuff, must burn-in first. this includes amps, preamps, equalisers, cd players, radio receivers, speakers, subwoofers, earphones.

    this is what u should do.

    u can use Pink Noise to burn in. but then u hafta buy pink noise cd.

    or u can just use some orchestral cd music to burn in. things like bond, kitaro. the idea is to get as complex a sound as possible. dont burn in with those soothing piano pieces.

    turn the vol to 130% of what you usuaully listen to. burn in for about 72-100 hours.

    MOST of the time, the difference will be quite noticeable. for higher end speakers, the difference may actually be quite amazing

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