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That dip in the upper mids appears to be opposite of the Q701, which has a peak there instead. It would be nice to not have that peak, which makes vocals kinda shouty/plasticy. But grr, I don't want a dip either! Why can't it just be flatter there on either can? I need to try some EQ! (Actually, looking at the HE400i's raw frequency response, it looks like they might have tried to keep it flat, but used a different target curve than Tyll uses.)   Anyway, uhh..What...
All of this talk has had me wanting to listen to my Q701 again(I've been glued to my X2.[Edit:HAHA, GLUED! Anyway..]) So I hooked it up and relived the greatness! If I had to describe the Q701 in one word, I'd call it sharp. But not just sharp by having a hot treble. It sounds very clear, very fast, very..palpable. The Q701 is just fantastic at imaging numerous sounds coming from different directions at the same time. It never gets congested!   I definitely want to get...
Oh noo! That one coworker of mine with the Beats... He walked in with Bose QC25s the other day! I think he's a Best Buy-Fier .
Noo!  That's why having dual-sided cable entry is better. No need to worry about funky stuff going on with the cables in your headband. You know, I wanna see a Q701 modded to have bilateral mini-XLR ports. It would give a bulky Hifiman look.
The worst thing is when the headache makes you adjust the cans, forming indentations on another part of your head. Grr! I'm thinking of giving my Q701 to my brother so he can feel the torture.   Thanks! Have you checked out the spinning x-ray gif I made of the Q701? It's pretty cool too . Yes, this is true! The cable goes right through the rod. It's hollow, yet it is still very strong! Audio Technica uses the same idea with their AD(X) headphones, ya know^^.
Oh, the indentations that the torture bumps make on my head..It's horrible. But I don't want to cut them off, and I'm too lazy to apply cushioning material. I think that the bumps affect me so much because I have a tall skull, which leads to the headband exerting more pressure on my head.
Every day, as I walk through the corridors of the Veterans' Affairs hospital that I rotate to, I say hi to everyone, no matter what. However, at my college, I'm more refined. It's less professional there, thus more awkward.
Hi
Looks like it was a pretty cool meet, with some pretty cool stuff; High-end Schiit, Dharmas, Ethers, crazy tube amps.. -Ermagersh, Zeos was there! Flipping awesome! Now I'm jealous. I'd have gone just to see Zeos. (Well, not really. Too far away. But still.)
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