Xylophone Buying Astronaut. That's it, definitely.
btw, in some Walkman documentation, they use Micro Dynamic Receiver.
Either that or Grado made a donation for advertising purposes. It is most likely cheaper than putting out an advertisement, and people get to sample the headphones in someway.
I'm starting to see the new Sony XB series popping up all over the place. I saw 4 in one day, on the university campus. Quite disappointing, since I've heard not to good things about them.
The new XB series are easily the most comfy on ear headphones I have ever tried (still can't compete with the monster truck tire ear pillows though). The sound... Better than Beats?
can't see 90% of schoolkids (or teachers for that matter) appreciating them though...
seriously! why the question mark!
recommended the original xb500 to a guy I know, he bought them
lol yeah well I go to UCSD so its not that rich xD and all i listened to over them are sounds of people laughing, crying and yelling :/
Or perhaps Sony doesn't even know where it came from, like the MDR models. XD
Actually they do know what XBA stands for, it was Experience Balanced Armature I think. Now the MDR are another story. I couldn't find the post where someone actually found the meaning. It comes from the very early sony models. The first headphones were named DR-X and it meant "Digital Reference". I guess they just decided to stick to that Digital Reference and add the M for something else...maybe music or mobile. But then someone sent Sony a letter and they told him the DR in MDR stands for Dynamic Receiver...so who the hell knows?! haha
Thats what I just wrote on another forum, not exactly whats written in the picture,but this is what I wrote on Gamespot, Off-Topic forum:
"Anyways, to the TC, I couldn't care less about what people think of me. Yes, I do care, but I do things to take myself off of those melancholy subjects. One reason I listen to music so much. I never think of my feelings, ever. As then I am sorrowful.."