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post #106 of 264
Alessandro MS-Pro
Beyerdynamic DT531
Beyerdynamic DT250/80
Etymotic ER-4P
Koss KSC75
Koss KSC35 x 2
post #107 of 264
shure se210
sony buds
zune buds
akg k701
alessandro ms2i
post #108 of 264
KSC75
Sleek SA6
Sennheiser HD280
Sennheiser HD595
Sennheiser HD650
post #109 of 264
Etymotic ER-6i

Grado SR-325i
GS1000

JVC HP-DX1000

Koss KSC-75 x3

Sennheiser HD-212 x2
HD-280
HD-580
HD-650

Sony MDR-EX71
MDR-SA5000

Ultimate Ears Super Fi 5 EB
post #110 of 264
AKG K701
Sennheiser HD600
Alessandro MS2i
Shure SE530, E4C
post #111 of 264
HA-FX33
KSC75
EP-630
SUPER.FI 3
SR60
CX300
PX100
HD280
HD595
HD580
UM2
post #112 of 264
ath ck6 w1000 ad2000
grado rs1 (my favourite)
post #113 of 264
ok question audiophile buddies...

I just bought the hd595's and i have them plugged into my 5.1 logitech pc systems volume control. Would it be better quality if i plugged them directly into the soundcard or would it be the same quality because the sound system is already plugged into the soundcard?

Sounds great already but i want the best....
post #114 of 264
denon ah-d1001k
ue super.fi 5 pro
ibuds
everglide s2000
sansa earbuds
post #115 of 264
Quote:
Originally Posted by jonathanjong View Post
Interesting...are the 80%, n = 100, and 20 people all arbitrary? Or is there a standard? Also, what happens in the unlikely event of a headphone not in the top C suddenly hitting 20 before some of the top C ones? I've never even heard of Zipf's Law before now. Thanks for the heads up! Must brush up on stats...
As to your worry, we are only estimating C, it really doesn't matter much, I would stop when any set of C phones (each of them) has 20 or more votes, even if the list of C changes. No biggie, this is all guess work.

So are the numbers 80% (well that's the 80-20 rule which generally holds), 100 and 20 ... these come from WAGs ("wild ass guess") of mine using what is called "power analysis". See Wikipedia or

EPA Statistical Primer - Power Analysis

I'm not sure it's worth studying up on stats -- keep a statistician as a friend, that's the better way. Or marry one. I did. So did my wife.

Anyway back to the thread: hey OP, what's the current tally??
post #116 of 264
Thread Starter 
I tallied them up to page 10... Here are the top 10. I'll update the first page. After I'm done and the list gets even bigger I'll put up a list of all of them that are owned like more than 3 times.

15AKGK701
14SennheiserHD650
10KossKSC75
7SennheiserPX100
7BeyerDynamicDT770 (80)
6GradoSR-325i
6BeyerDynamicDT880 (05)
6SennheiserHD600
6GradoRS-1
6SennheiserHD595
post #117 of 264
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Originally Posted by dopeboyfresh View Post
Here are the top 10.
Pretty much just as expected.
The K701 and HD650 seems to be enjoyed buy quite some Head-Fi'ers. Which makes sense since they both are the current top models from their brand, and are priced quite competitive.
post #118 of 264
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Originally Posted by Beernutz14 View Post
ok question audiophile buddies...

I just bought the hd595's and i have them plugged into my 5.1 logitech pc systems volume control. Would it be better quality if i plugged them directly into the soundcard or would it be the same quality because the sound system is already plugged into the soundcard?

Sounds great already but i want the best....
search in the section on headphone amp's...the audio out from the logitech remote is horrible - a proper amp will give you much better sound...
post #119 of 264
Sennheiser HD650
Grado SR325i
Denon AH-D5000
Koss KSC 75
post #120 of 264
AKG 701
Senn HD600
Senn PX 100
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