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post #16 of 94
drunk is not recommended. you will notice slight enhancements being buzzed. stoned and buzzed at the same time is one of the best enhancements you could do for your listening sessions. would not recommend for daily use though.
post #17 of 94
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Originally Posted by sampson_smith View Post
Shed the analytical mindset?! Given that you are a fan of the K701/DacMagic combo, I find this hard to believe. You can't get more precise and analytical than that!
The 650s are going on for those sessions!
post #18 of 94
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Originally Posted by Happy Camper View Post
Try it stoned.
or better called "4096x 512bit oversampling"
post #19 of 94
cannabis / weed is best headphone/hi-fi adjunct imho .
hearing much more of the music/sonic textures .
alcohol kind've deadens my ears, seems like .
post #20 of 94
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Originally Posted by Skorpitarius View Post
cannabis / weed is best headphone/hi-fi adjunct imho .
hearing much more of the music/sonic textures .
alcohol kind've deadens my ears, seems like .
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post #21 of 94
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Originally Posted by Skorpitarius View Post
cannabis / weed is best headphone/hi-fi adjunct imho .
hearing much more of the music/sonic textures .
alcohol kind've deadens my ears, seems like .
Just a tiny amount is the best in cases like these. Just enough to really get into the music and still enjoy reading a nice book at the same time.

Or so I have heard...
post #22 of 94
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Originally Posted by Skorpitarius View Post
cannabis / weed is best headphone/hi-fi adjunct imho .
hearing much more of the music/sonic textures .
This. Anyone who has ever spent more than $60 on a cable should see what the same value of cannabis gets them for their listening experience. Truly better than any tweak or even source upgrade.
post #23 of 94
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Originally Posted by Duggeh View Post
Good alcohol is a pleasure. Good music is a pleasure. A delicately balanced colloidal integration of these two indulgent activities can serve ones senses well.
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Originally Posted by Uncle Erik View Post
However, a few well-placed pints moves you away from the analytical mindset and lets you get involved in the music in a different way than you're used to.
post #24 of 94
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Originally Posted by Happy Camper View Post
Try it stoned.
There are no proven benefits to auditory perception from being stone.
Anyway, I'm on the fence whether I think alcohol is good for music - I don't really like alcohol so I don't drink it. I dont care if people find enhancements with it. If they do, all the more power to them - placebo or not.
post #25 of 94
Those pills with the smileys on work for me.
post #26 of 94
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Originally Posted by LingLing1337 View Post
This. Anyone who has ever spent more than $60 on a cable should see what the same value of cannabis gets them for their listening experience. Truly better than any tweak or even source upgrade.
well...at least the cable lasts longer. the cannabis will start to accumulate over time.
post #27 of 94
Listening with a head on is only overrated by those who don't do it frequently enough.
post #28 of 94
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Originally Posted by MrGreen View Post
There are no proven benefits to auditory perception from being stone.
Anyway, I'm on the fence whether I think alcohol is good for music - I don't really like alcohol so I don't drink it. I dont care if people find enhancements with it. If they do, all the more power to them - placebo or not.
Mind altering substances can affect your perception of any of your senses. Its practically in the definition.
post #29 of 94
Guess we have to define "proven". There are sooooooooo many people that would validate otherwise. Musicians and fans.
post #30 of 94
Oh how I love weed and alcohol
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