Whatdaya mean by accuracy?
"listening to music how it was intended to be played".
You don't even know the monitors/'phones they used to mix the sounds.
I don't think so.
The mic's just the first part of the chain.
I believe the recording guys/engineers are the people who determine what the end-product really sounds like.
Are the IEMs all balanced armature designs, by any chance? (Lambda fans seem to like the Etymotic ER-4P in particular.)
I've heard of them, yeah. If they exist, then spritzer's probably the don.
Anyway, knowing what I know now about the various clubs (specifically, a given headphone can overlap between them if it does multiple parts of the frequency range very well), I can say with reasonable confidence that the whole Stax Lambda line probably belongs here, along with midrange and neutral. Would anyone else agree or disagree with that?
They use neutral headphones. That's for sure.
Club member list ? Thats a great idea Too bad I can't do the same because I'd have to scroll through 37 pages of posts
5 to go
I also added a poll on Neutral IEM and Headphone of 2011 in the neutral/balanced thread. What about starting with the active members first? People then want in. :)
There really should be a nonspecifichead club. For people who aren't wildly into any of those four elements but do like some aspects of them all.
That would probably fit me best. I just want the whole spectrum reproduced well and clearly, with nothing lost. Music in general is rarely constrained to a narrow frequency band.