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I never tought of the TF10 and the V6 as phones for treble heads, they dont have oxagerated treble do they?

 


Salutations,

 

TF10 has ER-4 treble.

 

,Merry Christmas
 

 

post #32 of 156

I think Beats Tours iems are quite trebly. 

post #33 of 156

BAN him...jkjk...maybe very_evil_smiley.gif
 

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I think Beats Tours iems are quite trebly. 



 

post #34 of 156
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BAN him...jkjk...maybe very_evil_smiley.gif
 



 


I'm serious o.o 

post #35 of 156

Salutations,

 

Talking about "Deh Beetz" is insta-ban around here.

 

,Joyeux Noël

post #36 of 156
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Salutations,

 

Talking about "Deh Beetz" is insta-ban around here.

 

,Joyeux Noël



Isn't it a little early to be wishing people a merry christmas?

post #37 of 156

Hey, look! People other then me that enjoy treble! Everywhere I go, it's bassboost this, huge bass that, but no treble to be seen anywhere! Now though, now I've found you people. 

 

YAY FOR TREBLEHEADS!

post #38 of 156
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Originally Posted by Cappuccino View Post

Hey, look! People other then me that enjoy treble! Everywhere I go, it's bassboost this, huge bass that, but no treble to be seen anywhere! Now though, now I've found you people. 

 

YAY FOR TREBLEHEADS!



You'll never escape from the claws of us bassheads very_evil_smiley.gif

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/573826/the-basshead-club

 

post #39 of 156
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Originally Posted by Cappuccino View Post

Hey, look! People other then me that enjoy treble! Everywhere I go, it's bassboost this, huge bass that, but no treble to be seen anywhere! Now though, now I've found you people. 

 

YAY FOR TREBLEHEADS!



Treble ftw. I like my treble boasted.

post #40 of 156
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Originally Posted by Parall3l View Post



You'll never escape from the claws of us bassheads very_evil_smiley.gif

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/573826/the-basshead-club

 



STRANGER DANGER! STRANGER DANGER!

post #41 of 156

 

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Originally Posted by bcasey25raptor View Post

Treble ftw. I like my treble boasted.
 


Hmmm, my full-size list has basically been "Sony SA5000 -> STAX SR-404 -> Audio Technica A2000X -> Tesla T5p"

 

A couple users have commented "whoa, brightness/clarity".
 

IDK...

 

I think those TakeT "BATMASTER" products should be added to the list... after all... hypersonic frequencies are treble... right?

 

Some of us are sensitive to ultra-treble, we don't hear it, we feel it, in our face.

 

This is documented with blind people that become trebleheads, and "listen" through their face to echolocate, they can sense the presence of an object, via UHF.

 

 

Remember, humans evolved from the ocean, millions of years ago we had to listen to treble to eat:

 

echolocation.jpg

 

 

 

I think that's why I liked the SA-5000, it was "tasty" to me.

 

 

post #42 of 156

 

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Originally Posted by kiteki View Post
It has one of the flattest FR's in an IEM I've ever seen!!

I guess flat = treble, since MDR-V6 is on the list here too.


Thinking back to that one thread about proper EQ, one's natural HRTF tends to add treble peaks for some reason. Most of the measurements we see have the dummy head's HRTF factored in already...

 

For that matter, Stax Lambdas in general look pretty flat FR-wise, especially if you go by the Inner Fidelity graphs, yet people consider them to be treble-emphasized in general. The perceived lack of bass impact (not volume, they have that; it's probably a side effect of electrostatics not throwing air like dynamics) doesn't help things.
 

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Originally Posted by Cappuccino View Post

Hey, look! People other then me that enjoy treble! Everywhere I go, it's bassboost this, huge bass that, but no treble to be seen anywhere! Now though, now I've found you people. 

 

YAY FOR TREBLEHEADS!


I'm no treblehead (I aim for balance), but I understand the feeling about being surrounded by bassheads. BASSHEADS EVERYWHERE. (Especially when they drive by the street with subwoofers on full blast and you can hear it inside your house, several yards away.)

 

Bass alone just isn't music to me, yet I keep seeing headphones like XB500s that need significant EQ to do anything else reasonably well.

post #43 of 156
The Shure SRH 940 still aren't on the list?
post #44 of 156

Koss UR40 at least the old ones without the titanium drivers. I havent broken in the latest titanium version since getting them about a month and a half ago so i cant say how trebly they are. They do have more bass then the previous version.

 

Koss Pro-4AA buetiful honey like smooth treble which sounds very natural and clear without that skating on ice sound my Audio Technica Ath-AD700 have.

 

 

post #45 of 156
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Originally Posted by John In Cali View Post

The Shure SRH 940 still aren't on the list?


 

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Originally Posted by Hellbishop View Post

Koss UR40 at least the old ones without the titanium drivers. I havent broken in the latest titanium version since getting them about a month and a half ago so i cant say how trebly they are. They do have more bass then the previous version.

 

Koss Pro-4AA buetiful honey like smooth treble which sounds very natural and clear without that skating on ice sound my Audio Technica Ath-AD700 have.

 

 


Sweet thanks! I've added them to the list.

 

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