You're setting yourself up for a fall...
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Speakers are the only solution for that.
I am very thankful for having so many musical friends. A large number of them participate in choirs or play instruments so they are pretty good at discerning differences in sound and it makes headphone showing much more successful. They've all already been trained to notice differences in sound so most will immediately see how the better headphones are better. Song selection can help a bunch with the non so discerning types...haha my little cheap R1s can be overly bassy so I just throw the beginning of Radioactive by Imagine Dragons at them and it'll rattle their heads.
Guys..relax..i am not a fan of dr dre beats also.. But..as far i see it..this kind of brand bashing/making fond off it, made a very interesting thread ( you know ur a audiophile when) being closed by the administrators all of a sudden..its very curious they did that after some very negative and funny posts about apple products and beats. Maybe some beats/apple lovers reported the posts?
so pls..be carefull with the jokes..big brother is watching us..i dont want another very nice thread going to waste because of funny remarks about some not so audiophile brands acccording to most of us headfi'ers..
Question to ask people to know if you're wasting your time before letting them try your headphones:
1. Do you have Beats?
2. If not, would they be your choice if you could afford them?
3. Do you think Beats are the best?
4. Do you like Eminem?
5. Do you like Tupac?
6. Do you learn about new music from the radio or MTV?
7. Do you listen to rap every day?
8. Do you listen to funk every day?
9. Do you love dem hoes?
Wow, pure ignorance.