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After having just finished reading JJBA Steel Ball Run, I can't help but interject any huge "post" with random "emphasis". For "example," this post regarding a 50-way "flagship" battle. It really "is" ridiculous. That's how I "actually" read it for "now".
post #38852 of 149510

Have way too many tokens at what.. used like 6 on some random electronic complitations, still have 12 left o_O

post #38853 of 149510
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Have way too many tokens at what.. used like 6 on some random electronic complitations, still have 12 left o_O
Lol if they handed out more today then I have 17 >_<<br /> I'll talk to everyone in either a few hours or tomorrow, gotta go hand out candy to kids at school.
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Originally Posted by 28980 View Post

Have way too many tokens at what.. used like 6 on some random electronic complitations, still have 12 left o_O
Lol if they handed out more today then I have 17 >_<<br /> I'll talk to everyone in either a few hours or tomorrow, gotta go hand out candy to kids at school.

Just don't go out and use some nondescript white van to hand out candy.
post #38855 of 149510

Just looked at the v3/v-D.. why are they so flat and the v6 so treblespikey. Though idk wtf these graph means to be honest. Someone explain to me prs.

 

 

700

 

700

post #38856 of 149510

Maybe their measurement system works differently, but both of those (especially the bottom one) look extremely nasty. Can anyone say super thin and honky mids?

post #38857 of 149510
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Maybe their measurement system works differently, but both of those (especially the bottom one) look extremely nasty. Can anyone say super thin and honky mids?

Just read through it

 

On my list now is

HE5

HD650

LCD2 Rv 2

 

Only thing that changed was the HE5 being added as a maybe.

 

A new HE5 is less expensive than a used LCD2 Rv 2 but I ..........want Audeze

post #38858 of 149510
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

Just read through it

 

On my list now is

HE5

HD650

LCD2 Rv 2

 

Only thing that changed was the HE5 being added as a maybe.

 

A new HE5 is less expensive than a used LCD2 Rv 2 but I ..........want Audeze

 

LF> bowei comments on the FR graph of the v6 because I dunno wdf it means. In non-phone format typing prs. Also I'm juggling ciems or lcd-2 or something else. Idk. Too many options.

post #38859 of 149510

@borisu, 

 

here's my ochem problems set for this weeks quiz. bleckk.

 

 

 

 

Problem Set 7.pdf 278k .pdf file
post #38860 of 149510

700

 

This graph? Only V3 but whatever

 

Let's see

 

FR graph doesn't tell EVERYTHING of a set of headphones. For example, the KRK 8400's have also a nice looking low frequency line but are bass shy in terms of impact but do have good extension. These have a good bass extension from the looks of it, how it plays out with impact, tightness, speed, clarity and other factors are unknown. however it does seem "bassy" with good extension and pronuncation. Seem that is.

 

There seems to be a slight dip in the lower mids or upper lows which may(MAY) lead to a weaker upper bass responce or vocals or mids that don't have an as much pronounced low end(depends on your tastes).

 

At 1K to 5K it does have a nice hump which MAY indicate forward and more pronounced vocal. The qualities, speeds and other stuff again are unknown. The overall headphone sound signature may be guessed though

 

The graph ends at 9K with no indication past that with numbers so I am not sure if that dip PAST 9K should be accoutned for as a dip in the upper mids or something else. There isn't a V dip at 5k-7k which does signify that it isn't a dubstepy headphone.

 

There are no numbers past 9k but it doesn't seem to be a "bright" or high section that goes really high past that. For example, the HD800's have a nice spike at around 12k which is quite renowned.

 

Overall without knowing anything, I would say its a nice recoding, mixing and pleasureable to listen to CIEM as it has a good bass F responce, and well placed forward mids that I like.

 

There are no numbers past 9k, so I do not know if that drop off to 0 at the very end should be taken as a drop off before the 20k to 22k human barrier or what not. 

post #38861 of 149510

Ohayou~

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Originally Posted by 28980 View Post

@borisu, 

 

here's my ochem problems set for this weeks quiz. bleckk.

 

Problem Set 7.pdf 278k .pdf file

I have no idea how to do any of them...

Should be a piece of cake for you right? biggrin.gif

post #38862 of 149510
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

700

 

This graph? Only V3 but whatever

 

Let's see

 

FR graph doesn't tell EVERYTHING of a set of headphones. For example, the KRK 8400's have also a nice looking low frequency line but are bass shy in terms of impact but do have good extension. These have a good bass extension from the looks of it, how it plays out with impact, tightness, speed, clarity and other factors are unknown. however it does seem "bassy" with good extension and pronuncation. Seem that is.

 

There seems to be a slight dip in the lower mids or upper lows which may(MAY) lead to a weaker upper bass responce or vocals or mids that don't have an as much pronounced low end(depends on your tastes).

 

At 1K to 5K it does have a nice hump which MAY indicate forward and more pronounced vocal. The qualities, speeds and other stuff again are unknown. The overall headphone sound signature may be guessed though

 

The graph ends at 9K with no indication past that with numbers so I am not sure if that dip PAST 9K should be accoutned for as a dip in the upper mids or something else. There isn't a V dip at 5k-7k which does signify that it isn't a dubstepy headphone.

 

There are no numbers past 9k but it doesn't seem to be a "bright" or high section that goes really high past that. For example, the HD800's have a nice spike at around 12k which is quite renowned.

 

Overall without knowing anything, I would say its a nice recoding, mixing and pleasureable to listen to CIEM as it has a good bass F responce, and well placed forward mids that I like.

 

There are no numbers past 9k, so I do not know if that drop off to 0 at the very end should be taken as a drop off before the 20k to 22k human barrier or what not. 

 

Uh, meant specifically for the v6, here's a repost. I'll read through the wall during my next study break.

 

 

1000

 

 

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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

Ohayou~

I have no idea how to do any of them...

Should be a piece of cake for you right? biggrin.gif

 

haaaaaaaaaa. ohayou~ I think you missed my post about your chem stuff. or ignored it :c. but its alright, i'm just way too tired from barely sleeping last night from bio. I also skipped work today so hopefully i can get a halfway decent nights sleep

post #38863 of 149510
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Originally Posted by 28980 View Post

 

Uh, meant specifically for the v6, here's a repost. I'll read through the wall during my next study break.

 

 

1000

 

 

 

haaaaaaaaaa. ohayou~ I think you missed my post about your chem stuff. or ignored it :c. but its alright, i'm just way too tired from barely sleeping last night from bio. I also skipped work today so hopefully i can get a halfway decent nights sleep

 

FR graph doesn't tell EVERYTHING of a set of headphones. For example, the KRK 8400's have also a nice looking low frequency line but are bass shy in terms of impact but do have good extension. These have a good bass extension from the looks of it, how it plays out with impact, tightness, speed, clarity and other factors are unknown. however it does seem "bassy" with good extension and pronuncation. Seem that is.

 

There seems to be a slight dip in the lower mids or upper lows which may(MAY) lead to a weaker upper bass responce or vocals or mids that don't have an as much pronounced low end(depends on your tastes).

 

At 1K to 5K it does have a nice hump which MAY indicate forward and more pronounced vocal. The qualities, speeds and other stuff again are unknown. The overall headphone sound signature may be guessed though

 

The graph ends at 9K with no indication past that with numbers so I am not sure if that dip PAST 9K should be accoutned for as a dip in the upper mids or something else. There isn't a V dip at 5k-7k which does signify that it isn't a dubstepy headphone.

There is also a nice rise at 7k which may mean bright vocals or mids. Nothing of what quality though as some really bright ones have really weak guitar presentation or are overly bright

 

The graph then goes to its little low spot with a nice little hump

post #38864 of 149510

Sorry I tried to read that but all I thought about was 1,2 methyl shifts the whole time... I'll come back later.

 

Also @ what.cd users, how long do tokens usually last before they vanish?

post #38865 of 149510
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Sorry I tried to read that but all I thought about was 1,2 methyl shifts the whole time... I'll come back later.

 

Also @ what.cd users, how long do tokens usually last before they vanish?

 

 

Wait:

 

 

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Freeleech tokens will not stay around forever. Any tokens that are left on your account will be removed once the freeleech token feature has run its course.

Edited by bowei006 - 10/31/12 at 5:57pm
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