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I can't wait for those $300 Beats/Apple headphones Tyll mentioned that will truly end the argument on what is best sounding It'll be a savior on my wallet as well.
I'll be there when it starts at 10. Got other things I gotta do in the afternoon that day. Will bring my HEX and Bakoon amp. Also has any of the organizers contacted massdrop to see if we could get them to ship some of their unreleased exclusives to this meet? Like the HE-350 or Purplehearts
You can easily rule out whether it's physical ear pad design causing the fatigue by just wearing them without playing any music for a while
Still selling
No trades sorry. I'm just looking to cash out on gear I'm not using
I've had these for about a year, but it never got as much head time as I'd like having the HD800 and HEX as well. I'd estimate 100-150 hours. I've decided to trim myself down to just one TOTL headphone in the HEX, so I'm selling these. Took very good care of it and no scratches or blemishes of any kind. No hinge issues. First owner. Paypal only. If you pay with PayPal gift, I will pay for shipping with insurance, otherwise you provide shipping ($25).
Did you buy more than one? Mine got shipped but I only got one. Maybe getting more than one and if they couldn't fulfill your entire order they cancel
http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_100841_Mystery-Bag-Bonus-Buy.html On sale for $1499
I couldn't help but be reminded of the UE900 when I heard the Nighthawks. Strikingly similar frequency response as well:http://www.innerfidelity.com/images/LogitechUE900.pdfhttp://www.innerfidelity.com/images/AudioQuestNightHawk2015.pdf
I was looking through various headphone spec sheets on innerfidelity (much appreciated @Tyll Hertsens for all the headphone data) and on the distortions graph they take both 90dB and 100dB distortion levels. It seems for most headphones, outside of maybe the lowest frequencies, the 100 dB has lower distortion levels than the 90dB, albeit it's usually more jagged compared to the 90 dB. Anyone know why the higher dB produces lower distortions? I always intuitively thought...
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