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post #10231 of 11248
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Originally Posted by kalbee View Post

The second seller is 4 whole cents cheaper overall.

Thanks! I think I will buy from the second seller then biggrin.gif hope they sound good for the price. Hehe

[if you believe what I said in this post... I got nothing to say xD]
post #10232 of 11248
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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post


Thanks! I think I will buy from the second seller then biggrin.gif hope they sound good for the price. Hehe

[if you believe what I said in this post... I got nothing to say xD]


Oh, no, don't worry about that. Even I wouldn't consider it a good, or rather, a better deal. It has to be at least 5 cents cheaper!

:wink:

post #10233 of 11248
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Originally Posted by kalbee View Post
 


Oh, no, don't worry about that. Even I wouldn't consider it a good, or rather, a better deal. It has to be at least 5 cents cheaper!

:wink:

but seriously though, why would the seller sell it at such high price?

post #10234 of 11248
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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post

but seriously though, why would the seller sell it at such high price?
Lol maybe cos of its "powerful, bass driven stereo sound" and its "awe-inspiring" 18Hz-21kHz frequency range
post #10235 of 11248
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Originally Posted by lookingforIEMs View Post


Lol maybe cos of its "powerful, bass driven stereo sound" and its "awe-inspiring" 18Hz-21kHz frequency range

Ever since last year, I stopped believing in those praising quotes mentioned by the company itself... I hardly read the frequency response in the technical specification as well... Because sometimes, its unreiliable. when it says it goes up to 21KHz[example], but sometimes, things start to roll off at 20KHz... then comes back to live at 21KHz... so thats not a fair thing... xD 

post #10236 of 11248
I met a musician the other day and he had some dt770 pros for studio stuff.
post #10237 of 11248
It's not a headphone sighting, but rather a headphone sighting.

They encourage the use of headphones so you can be unaware of your surroundings and get mugged (it's happened before).
post #10238 of 11248
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

It's not a headphone sighting, but rather a headphone sighting.

They encourage the use of headphones so you can be unaware of your surroundings and get mugged (it's happened before).

Is that Seattle?

post #10239 of 11248
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Originally Posted by ssrock64 View Post

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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

It's not a headphone sighting, but rather a headphone sighting.


They encourage the use of headphones so you can be unaware of your surroundings and get mugged (it's happened before).
Is that Seattle?
It is. XD
post #10240 of 11248
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

It is. XD
'MURICA! Lol Well, finally a semi-good sighting: M-30/35/40 at Lifetime Fitness.
post #10241 of 11248
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It is. XD

It's been quite awhile since I was in Seattle, but I saw the little King County logo in the corner and had to see if I remembered the county correctly.

post #10242 of 11248

Headphone sighting at Walmart.

I saw a guy shopping. He had a pair of Sony XB500's around his neck. The music was playing but he did not have them on his head. He appeared to be in his late 20's.

I was expecting to hear the sound coming from them to be more bass-y but I guess the drivers must have to be close to your ears to experience that. idk

post #10243 of 11248
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Originally Posted by Dogfish63 View Post

Headphone sighting at Walmart.
I saw a guy shopping. He had a pair of Sony XB500's around his neck. The music was playing but he did not have them on his head. He appeared to be in his late 20's.
I was expecting to hear the sound coming from them to be more bass-y but I guess the drivers must have to be close to your ears to experience that. idk
You can't hear bass from a far distance.
post #10244 of 11248
Pair of unidentified Phillips headphones on my friend and a pair of Urbanears Plattans on another.
post #10245 of 11248
Ugh, my friend still thinks his Beats are the Holy Grail of headphones. He said that his headphones "have special Beats technology that song take advantage of" since on one part of the song it switches from the left and right channel quickly. I tried showing him that my M-80, let alone any other headphone can do that. He said the sound barely seemed like it was switching. (Facepalm)
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