Originally Posted by snejk
At the end of the day, it is still a K1000. Meaning, those who thinks that the K1000s are too bass-shy will still think that they are too bass-shy. Any variance within the production run is very unlikely going to change the opinions of those who do not like the K1000s to begin with. Thus, the variances among K1000s will really only matter to those who are already set on building a K1000-rig.
So if anyone is on the fence about getting the K1000s because of this supposed variance in production, my advice to you is this: forget all of it. Just listen to it first, if you like what you hear, then that's the end of the story. If you don't like it, this variance will not do anything to change your mind, because I can pretty much guarantee you that this difference won't be of any relevance if you don't like what you heard with the K1000s."
Personaly i wouldnt touch the k1000 if it comes off the production with
specifications altered, basicly if there's bass variation, here we have
a major problem cause bass instability would create tonal instability across
the whole audio bandwidth ,with loudspeakers you can overlook some bass
but with headphones where you have more focus on the tone this instability
of balance would colorate the final sound, if you really want to convince
people of the k1000 performance show us some graphs of its frequency