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post #61 of 11259
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Some more headphone suggestions:

 

Audio Technica PRO700MK2
V-Moda Crossfade LP
M-Audio Q40
Pioneer HDJ-500, HDJ-1000, HDJ-2000
Shure SRH750 DJ
Kicker HP541
Phiaton MS 400
Monoprice MHP-839
Panasonic RP-HTF600
Equation Audio RP-22X
Technics RP-DJ1200 
Allen & Heath Xone XD-53

 

Thanks, I'll add them to the list L3000.gif


 

 

post #62 of 11259
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Ok guys, I'm online again for a few hours. Feel free to ask for things to be added to the lists L3000.gif

post #63 of 11259
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xba

 

Looks like the XBA-2, XBA-3 and the XBA-4 should be added to the IEM list as well

post #64 of 11259

Alright!  More bass!
 

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xba

 

Looks like the XBA-2, XBA-3 and the XBA-4 should be added to the IEM list as well



 

post #65 of 11259

wait, what headphones are those??

post #66 of 11259
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wait, what headphones are those??



Balanced Armature IEMs made by Sony.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/571823/news-sony-asia-pacific-announces-11-new-balanced-armature-in-ear-headphone-models

post #67 of 11259

what the hell are they talking about when they say 'woofer' and 'tweeter'??

post #68 of 11259
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what the hell are they talking about when they say 'woofer' and 'tweeter'??



With multi-driver BA IEMs, each driver is assign a different range of frequencies to produce. Much like a speaker system. A woofer is for bass frequencies and a tweeter is for treble.

post #69 of 11259
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With multi-driver BA IEMs, each driver is assign a different range of frequencies to produce. Much like a speaker system. A woofer is for bass frequencies and a tweeter is for treble.



oh, ok, thanks. 

 

really sony?? 'woofer' and 'tweeter'?? No ones ever called them that before....funny way to call them...

 

...or am i being a noob, and i didn't know thats the proper way to call them.....

post #70 of 11259
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oh, ok, thanks. 

 

really sony?? 'woofer' and 'tweeter'?? No ones ever called them that before....funny way to call them...

 

...or am i being a noob, and i didn't know thats the proper way to call them.....


They were called woofer, tweeter since the ice age. blink.gif

 

Anyway, parallel, maybe the monster miles davis tribute + beats should be included? wink.gif

 

post #71 of 11259
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oh, ok, thanks. 

 

really sony?? 'woofer' and 'tweeter'?? No ones ever called them that before....funny way to call them...

 

...or am i being a noob, and i didn't know thats the proper way to call them.....


The term "woofer" is an abbreviation of the term subwoofer I think. You rarely see them mentioned in headphones since most headphones use a single full range driver, speakers however, due to their size and the distance from you head,  often need tweeters and subwoofers to sound balanced or good.

 

post #72 of 11259

damn, i was being a noob......i didn't know that they were called woofers and tweeters, in the Ultimate Ears and Unique Melody websites, they just called them highs and lows.....

post #73 of 11259
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The term "woofer" is an abbreviation of the term subwoofer I think.



Lol...no....subwoofer is an extension of woofer. Not the other way around.

Just like how the word "sonic" has extensions like supersonic and subsonic.

 


Edited by Nick01 - 10/3/11 at 12:29am
post #74 of 11259
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Lol...no....subwoofer is an extension of woofer. Not the other way around.

Just like how the word "sonic" has extensions like supersonic and subsonic.

 



Ah I see, thanks for clearing that up beerchug.gif

post #75 of 11259

I hear it a lot when I was into the car audio.  This is the first time I'm seeing this referred to HP.  Ya learn something new every day eh!
 

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what the hell are they talking about when they say 'woofer' and 'tweeter'??



 

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