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I am noticing that asian (Korean and Chinese) solo singer with unique voice tend to have more emphasis in their recording style (overshadowing the instruments). As a result, they always seems to sing very close to the mic. Do anyone notice this or is it just my head playing tricks on me? I would like to get your opinion since i literally don't know anything about recording or music producing.
I read a lot of earphones to replace my too-bassy Yamaha M200, my research eventually lead me to buy one of ER4PT! Thanks to this thread particularly, i can't wait to try my ER4PT, which will arrive in two-three days. i hope they are suited to my mostly pop and rock collections.
at last i buy my rca adapter! but something weird happen... how come the volume is louder without the m-stage? did i do something wrong? +.+
  yeah as i expected thanx a lot guys! now i need to wait two days before i can waltz into shop and buy one, seems eargasm need to wait 
Hi guys, this is my first time buying an amp, which is the m-stage! All seems solid and cool and awesome! just one problem though.... ..... I don't know how to plug it in to my xonar d2x... Should it be using the spdif out? The red and white rca cable? It doesn't give anything beside static sound to my headphone... Any help is appreciated:)
thanx for the answer! learn a lot about relation between those two! . still need to learn many things about amplifier and what it actually do but i will get there..... eventually 
about 3 days. i hope nothing happen to the driver. for safety precaution i'll just use my onboard sound card before any experienced user here can say its ok to plug in it again to my D2X....
yeah its definitely not from my headphone, tried it. its coming from my asus D2X soundcard. if i keep it plugged in to the sound card, will it break my headphone? thats my better DAC as from now before i move in to buy others
ummm no+.+ the static gone if i stop the music for like 10 sec then its gone but for the pause between songs its "zzzzzzzrtttttttt" which is really annoying 
ahhh i understand now, but in theory say one amp that could drive perfectly low and high impedance headphone. will the sound signature from the amp present perfectly on both headphone? i'm just talking about the sound signature of the amp though. or its impossible because it really depends on lot of things? lets just say the sensitivity is the same
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