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post #46 of 233
Sticky!

I, as a newbie, find this very helpful. I've been trying to figure out what the hell 'bright' and 'dark' meant for quite some time.
post #47 of 233
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Sticky!

I, as a newbie, find this very helpful. I've been trying to figure out what the hell 'bright' and 'dark' meant for quite some time.
Sticky sticky sticky...when i came in for some headphone advice; i was googling each word i found in suggestions and still got confused
post #48 of 233
Thread Starter 
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Brilliance, Bass, Low Mids, High Mids
post #49 of 233
Awesome stuff man, I've been looking for something on the lines of this.

Thanks, thanks very much.

~Tom
post #50 of 233
a must see for beginners joining Head-Fi

I thought when first joining it was very hard to understand people because they used words like this that a beginner would not know.

I am starting to get the "lingo" down
post #51 of 233
sticky, just cause it isso comprehensive for NooBs like myself
post #52 of 233
Very Useful! I vote for STICKY also
post #53 of 233
Real great reference, for both old and new people, but especially the latter. I keep saving it for my reference, but would be great if this could be stickied; most invaluable.
post #54 of 233
Thread Starter 
How does one go about requesting a message become a sticky?
post #55 of 233
you forgot to add in "sub-bass" which is 20-80Hz
post #56 of 233

HEEELLLLLOOOOOOOOOO?!?!!???!??!?

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Originally Posted by fordgtlover View Post
How does one go about requesting a message become a sticky?
Which moderator thinks that it'd be a BAD idea to sticky this???

That's what i'd like to know.
post #57 of 233
i don't think they make general posts into stickys anymore.
post #58 of 233
Copy & Paste, anyone?
post #59 of 233
nice write up!

+1 sticky
post #60 of 233
Another "edit it and sticky it"!

My complaint: I got no help understanding my favorite terms of audiophilic mythology: For chrissakes, what's liquidity (as in liquid midrange)? And how can bass be slow (as in a slow subwoofer)?
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