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post #91 of 157

"accurate"

 

Excuse me.

 

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. 

 

 

post #92 of 157
Well, it doesn't matter what they use to mix, what mic they used to record. If it sounds like live heard by your ears, it is accurate.
post #93 of 157
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Well, it doesn't matter what they use to mix, what mic they used to record. If it sounds like live heard by your ears, it is accurate.


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. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #94 of 157

 

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Detailhead biggrin.gif. IEMs/HPs that's used for monitoring would probably satisfy you.


Are the IEMs all balanced armature designs, by any chance? (Lambda fans seem to like the Etymotic ER-4P in particular.)

 

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Ever heard of the STAX mafia ?very_evil_smiley.gif


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?

post #95 of 157
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Are the IEMs all balanced armature designs, by any chance? (Lambda fans seem to like the Etymotic ER-4P in particular.)

 

 

 

Yep. :)
 

 

post #96 of 157

Add the alessandro ms1 to the list of headphones.

post #97 of 157
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Add the alessandro ms1 to the list of headphones.


sweet!

 

post #98 of 157
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"accurate"

 

Excuse me.

 

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. 

 

 


They use neutral headphones. That's for sure.

post #99 of 157

It's funny i am a member of all 4 of these threads. I like my bass when it's needed. Love my treble for metal, and love balanced/neutral and midrange headphones.

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It's funny i am a member of all 4 of these threads. I like my bass when it's needed. Love my treble for metal, and love balanced/neutral and midrange headphones.


Epic member! biggrin.gif

 

post #101 of 157
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Added a list of club members and headphone list builders. 

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Added a list of club members and headphone list builders. 



Club member list ? Thats a great idea beerchug.gif Too bad I can't do the same because I'd have to scroll through 37 pages of posts triportsad.gif


5 to go biggrin.gif

post #103 of 157
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Club member list ? Thats a great idea beerchug.gif Too bad I can't do the same because I'd have to scroll through 37 pages of posts triportsad.gif


5 to go biggrin.gif


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. :)

 

post #104 of 157
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It's funny i am a member of all 4 of these threads. I like my bass when it's needed. Love my treble for metal, and love balanced/neutral and midrange headphones.


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.

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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.

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