ROFL I know where this is coming from.
I actually do use my HD800s as a baseline for calibration on average once a week. I don't bother saving the data because it looks "close enough." It's more ad-hoc rather than a formalized operating procedure. It's definitely not scientific. Sure there are measurement errors, but they are limited to small isolated parts of the spectrum, not entire swathes across the frequency band. I'll be posting a third measurement of my LCD3s soon. But I'm sure it won't be enough and there will be reason for a fourth, and a fifth, etc. As you know, ambient temperature also plays a significant role in the measurements, so I may as well record those. As well as the alignment of the sun and the moon.
Yes, it's shades of grey. But it's sure looking more one color than the other. My ears already had their say anyways.
In any event, as someone who pm'd me said, "What the heck is up with that ringing on the 2nd pair?"
Edited by purrin - 2/16/12 at 6:12pm