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post #16 of 25

You asked if it was marketing speak or genuine. I replied it's marketing speak. If you want to know exactly what they're saying means, you should learn how to actually say it in English better. There's no need to go off the deep end.
 

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Originally Posted by Gilly87 View Post

Meh, I know it's marketing talk, but I want to know if there is any technical merit to what they are talking about.

 

PLEASE DON'T RESPOND IF YOU DON'T ACTUALLY KNOW FOR REAL SURE WHAT THEY ARE SAYING

 

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post #17 of 25
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I state pretty plainly in the title that I want someone to give input about the actual technicalities. I'm not going off the deep end; I'm frustrated that you can't read.

 

 

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Originally Posted by soundstige View Post

You asked if it was marketing speak or genuine. I replied it's marketing speak. If you want to know exactly what they're saying means, you should learn how to actually say it in English better. There's no need to go off the deep end.
 



 



 

post #18 of 25

Watched that video in the link.

 

Would you really believe the people they sampled?  They look like they don't know jack about headphones in general.

post #19 of 25

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Originally Posted by xtasi View Post

Watched that video in the link.

 

Would you really believe the people they sampled?  They look like they don't know jack about headphones in general.


I was thinking the very same when I first saw it as well, haha! I'm sure they'd have had the same reaction to most any other set of noise cancelling earphones. tongue.gif

post #20 of 25

Title and OP read in their entirety as follows:

 

"To the people who know all the really technical crap about how IEMs work... is this a load of hooey or does this sound legit?"

 

The only question you're asking is "is this hooey or legit?"

 

I replied that it's 'hooey'.

 

You went on to say, in later posts, that you wanted the 'hooey' explained to you; but that request was not present in the title nor OP.

 

You are wrong. You need to learn English better so that you don't blame others for your mistakes, and move on.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Gilly87 View Post

I state pretty plainly in the title that I want someone to give input about the actual technicalities. I'm not going off the deep end; I'm frustrated that you can't read.


 



 

post #21 of 25
Thread Starter 

double post


Edited by Gilly87 - 11/16/11 at 11:06am
post #22 of 25
Thread Starter 

I bolded the important part, read your own message. And please grow up.

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Originally Posted by soundstige View Post

Title and OP read in their entirety as follows:

 

"To the people who know all the really technical crap about how IEMs work... is this a load of hooey or does this sound legit?"

 

The only question you're asking is "is this hooey or legit?"

 

I replied that it's 'hooey'.

 

You went on to say, in later posts, that you wanted the 'hooey' explained to you; but that request was not present in the title nor OP.

 

You are wrong. You need to learn English better so that you don't blame others for your mistakes, and move on.

 

 



 



 

post #23 of 25

Mr. Gilly, The fact that you asked the question, and the response from many members with a low tolerance to BS, I think you have your answer. The technical jargon at times makes sense, but so what? Does this make for a great product? Buy it and let us know


Edited by Freefallr4545 - 11/16/11 at 11:07am
post #24 of 25
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Mr. Gilly, The fact that you asked the question, and the response from many members with a low tolerance to BS, I think you have your answer. The technical jargon at times makes sense, but so what? Does this make for a great product? Buy it and let us know


X2.  Actually we have a member who already said the C1 IEM sounds good, but they are not a revolutionary audio experience.  I guarantee, having never heard the C1, that my Ety ER4P is a clearer, cleaner, more detailed IEM than the C1 -- despite all the pseudo-techno talk.

 

About the videos, if I was going to sell a high-quality IEM, I definitely would not go to a summer festival to get opinions from stoned hippies.  I would ask audiophiles who know that Skull Candy and Monster are not the bomb in earphones.  rolleyes.gif
 

 

post #25 of 25
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Originally Posted by kmhaynes View Post

I figure if you can't spell the word "Bass" correctly in the title, then the rest is suspect!  Also, if your iPhone is loaded wth 128kbbs (or lower) music files, then you are starting with distortion already because you've lost digital information and can't get it back.

 


FYI, "Base" is an obsolete spelling of bass.

 

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