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75+ hours is too short to make serious "review".


Edited by Platapuss13 - 5/6/12 at 3:03pm
post #17 of 24

really? the HD650 has more bass than the Thinksound Rain? HeadRoom's graphs show quite the opposite.

graphCompare.php?graphType=0&graphID[]=2391&graphID[]=853

 

i guess it's possible HeadRoom's graph is wrong. maybe they put the wrong image under the wrong earphone.
 

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They're actually bass light..its the main complaint about them. 
 


 
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really? the HD650 has more bass than the Thinksound Rain? HeadRoom's graphs show quite the opposite.

graphCompare.php?graphType=0&graphID[]=2391&graphID[]=853

 

i guess it's possible HeadRoom's graph is wrong. maybe they put the wrong image under the wrong earphone.
 

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Originally Posted by Platapuss13 View Post

They're actually bass light..its the main complaint about them. 
 


 

 

Edited by Platapuss13 - 5/6/12 at 3:04pm
post #19 of 24

alright. i believe you then. sorry, carry on.
 

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The HD650s definitely have more bass than the Rains..there are impressions of them posted by other users on here. Most, if not all, agree they're lacking in bass..

 

 


 
post #20 of 24

Hang on, I'm a bit confused. How can something that measures with a ginormous bass be subjectively bass light? Every headphone I've listened to has sounded surprisingly close to its measured FR; in fact I've found I can predict the balance from the graph. Is this the total exception?

post #21 of 24

the only thing i can think of is HeadRoom has the wrong graph shown on the wrong headphone. maybe they made a mistake, because my results are the same as yours, what i hear tends to follow what their graphs show.
 

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Hang on, I'm a bit confused. How can something that measures with a ginormous bass be subjectively bass light? Every headphone I've listened to has sounded surprisingly close to its measured FR; in fact I've found I can predict the balance from the graph. Is this the total exception?

post #22 of 24

Well, it's not like the Thinksound Rain has a name you might confuse with something else!!!!

 

I read an independent review that also said they had no bass. I think we need to get to the bottom of this, Watson.

post #23 of 24

Maybe your HD650 has bass over damping? 

 

That's often happened in new open-kind dynamic flagship headphones,and make A mid-bass(120-80hz) bump.

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Originally Posted by Platapuss13 View Post

The HD650s definitely have more bass than the Rains..there are impressions of them posted by other users on here. Most, if not all, agree they're lacking in bass..

 

 

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Originally Posted by jasonb View Post

really? the HD650 has more bass than the Thinksound Rain? HeadRoom's graphs show quite the opposite.

graphCompare.php?graphType=0&graphID[]=2391&graphID[]=853

 

i guess it's possible HeadRoom's graph is wrong. maybe they put the wrong image under the wrong earphone.
 

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Originally Posted by Platapuss13 View Post

They're actually bass light..its the main complaint about them. 
 


 

 

 

Edited by Platapuss13 - 5/6/12 at 3:04pm
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