Uh, meant specifically for the v6, here's a repost. I'll read through the wall during my next study break.
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
that's a log frequency FR curve; after 9k the vertical lines correspond to 10k and 20k. Very high frequencies that correspond to a sense of presence and sparkle. I wouldn't worry about the downslope as it seems all iems have it and it is necessary in any case to simulate loudspeaker treble rolloff at a distance to the listening position.