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Wat.

The premise is quite common, but it's from CIA. I have faith in this team more that KyoAni, so I backed Anda-za-Doggu

The anime with the long description was called Viper's Creed. Mediocre series. 

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Any of you seen

 

Blassreiter? Recommended?

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Any of you seen

 

Blassreiter? Recommended?


Ah, the Urobuchi one.

Was still new to anime when it was airing, didn't watch orz


Edited by kn19h7 - 8/18/14 at 9:46pm
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This thing
productDT904177BeyerDT250DT280DT290Yoke.jpg

That entire thing is the hinge, or so I thought. That's what people call it in all the reviews too.
Well a hinge is composed of 2 parts, no? lol
The yoke, similar to ^, is attached to the adjustable headband via a hinge, like pretty much any other folding headphone out there.
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Well a hinge is composed of 2 parts, no? lol
The yoke, similar to ^, is attached to the adjustable headband via a hinge, like pretty much any other folding headphone out there.

 

Hmm...you helped create that headphone sound glossary. Maybe you could team up with some well-known members here, consult with the manufacturers, and create a headphone anatomy article. :D

 

I vote for calling that part the wishbone. :p

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BTW,

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It's official. Fapfapfap.

 

lol what are you doing in tor?

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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

 

lol what are you doing in tor?

 

Oh, you know. ;)

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Oh, you know. ;)

Do tell... what could possibly drive a man to such deep ends of the interwebs?

I've never used it in my life.

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Well a hinge is composed of 2 parts, no? lol

The yoke, similar to ^, is attached to the adjustable headband via a hinge, like pretty much any other folding headphone out there.

Hmm...you helped create that headphone sound glossary. Maybe you could team up with some well-known members here, consult with the manufacturers, and create a headphone anatomy article. biggrin.gif
You mean like this one?
http://www.stereophile.com/reference/50/index.html



Hm, this is quite relaxing, at least on speakers; I'd imagine the fake high-hat sounds would get annoying on headphones.
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You mean like this one?
http://www.stereophile.com/reference/50/index.html

 

I was referring to this and how you could help create an article about the names for different parts of headphones. (Starting with obvious things like headband and ear cups.)

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You mean like this one?
http://www.stereophile.com/reference/50/index.html

I was referring to this and how you could help create an article about the names for different parts of headphones. (Starting with obvious things like headband and ear cups.)
Oh I see what you mean now. Iono, I don't think people would find it too useful since most of the things are self-explanatory.
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Well, still, they're tougher than average. I've never seen the word "bale" used in reference to headphones before. From what I can tell, the shields and hinges are metal.

 

I know what appreciate means; I just didn't know what you meant by it.

 

The M-100 folds and has a compact case.

 

Yeah, I've never heard them being called 'bales' either. 

 

I wouldn't be satisfied with the experience as a whole, because headphones aren't just about sound.

 

They do have a case, but the Executive's case is a lot thinner, because the headphone folds and swivels. 

 

 

 

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Only the bales are metal really. The hinge is okay, but can become loose and rusted after a few years' worth of use. My earcups started to crack too where the shield plates' screws are.

Well, still, they're tougher than average. I've never seen the word "bale" used in reference to headphones before. From what I can tell, the shields and hinges are metal.
The shield is just for aesthetics, it doesn't add anything to the durability really, but it is metal. Tyll at Innerfidelity calls them bales, I used to say yokes. I don't know what else to call them. XD
The hinge is made of steel, so it can rust.
 

 

But you just called them shields. XD

 

 

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I meant the yoke/bale things.

I have no idea what the yoke/bale things are. Describe for me?
This thing
productDT904177BeyerDT250DT280DT290Yoke.jpg

For starters:

 

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Bah, whatever. Tyll called them "bails" not "bales." Were I to say that orally, you wouldn't tell the difference. lol
Bayle, bail, bale, their all the saym.
http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/v-moda-crossfade-m-80-and-v-80-true-blood-headphones
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The headphone bails (the "Y"-shaped piece between the band and earpieces) are likewise very sturdy steel.

http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/cool-comfy-and-competent-shure-srh1540
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The earpiece yokes are a single piece of formed aluminum that act as sliders into the headband on one end, and clip into holes on the front and back of the ear capsules on the other end to provide a small amount of up and down tilt.

http://www.stereophile.com/content/2012-recommended-components-headphones
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The ATH-M50s is a rugged, closed-back headphone design with articulated earcup yokes that allow the earcups to be levered up into the nicely padded headband.

http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/show-newport-2014-vpi-nomad-all-one-turntable
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It's ten inch, stainless steel tone arm with single-bearing gimbaled yoke is built to survive the dose of careless use it will no doubt have to survive with some novice users.
It's, its, there all the same.

Now I'm off to Wales...or was it whales?
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Edited by miceblue - 8/19/14 at 1:37am
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Bah, whatever. Tyll called them "bails" not "bales." Were I to say that orally, you wouldn't tell the difference. lol
Bayle, bail, bale, their all the saym.
http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/v-moda-crossfade-m-80-and-v-80-true-blood-headphones
http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/cool-comfy-and-competent-shure-srh1540
http://www.stereophile.com/content/2012-recommended-components-headphones
http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/show-newport-2014-vpi-nomad-all-one-turntable
It's, its, there all the same.

Now I'm off to Wales...or was it whales?

 

Okay, it is technically correct if you spell it like "bail":

 

 

No, they're not the same. Seemingly no one but me ever gets your/you're, their/there/they're, and its/it's right.

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Know, their the saym if you read it out-loud, like your supposed to when your editing you're essays. XD

^ It all makes cents now
Edited by miceblue - 8/19/14 at 1:47am
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