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Originally Posted by manveru View Post

I'm pretty consistently under-weight myself.

It's ok :D well... you can't be over/underweight until you're finished growing

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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

I fluctuate between 72 and 78kg, which I guess is fairly heavy for 5' 9". Mostly due to how much free time I have to eat

I'm around the 73-75ish now that I haven't exorcised. Been that way for months 

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

Yeah, that is what I was worried about. I am not about to do a test on them obviously. 

 

I am fine with it.

Same

Anorexic panda. Doesn't add up. You're supposed to be fat!

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Originally Posted by 28980 View Post

I haven't gained weight in the past 4-5 years.

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post #53522 of 149576
Originally Posted by Joe Bloggs View Post

But don't be afraid to bug me to do it for you, I enjoy playing with images wink.gif

 

Soo...you can undress lolis? tongue.gif


Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

I noticed a trend.

 

Good IEM reviews are all done without telling the audience what you compare it to and what your test equipment is. At that level, you imply that you are at a point where you can just do the review and tell them to listen. It has worked well on many reviews.

 

There is a barrier point that most IEM's have. The MA-350's have a stopage at that high freq barrier as it tries to pass but can't. The actual problem is with a point below that one where the highs flucuate a bit. This creates a bit of a spike and fatigue.

 

I can see that you're passionate about reviewing gear, but I think you should take the time to critique your own review.

 

What would you rate your review, on a scale of one to ten?

post #53523 of 149576
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

Most of my video editing is from rendered animation, so I like getting it right in the render. Fixing it in post is just sloppy. Colour effects and stuff...sure that's ok.

Oh that's what you meant. I like regular easy editing. Cuts, effects, renderings, etc etc. I hate the fancy stuff.

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Originally Posted by MrViolin View Post

It's ok :D well... you can't be over/underweight until you're finished growing

Anorexic panda. Doesn't add up. You're supposed to be fat!

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but im not -------

post #53524 of 149576
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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

 

Soo...you can undress lolis? tongue.gif

 

I can see that you're passionate about reviewing gear, but I think you should take the time to critique your own review.

 

What would you rate your review, on a scale of one to ten?

On an Imperial Scale

 

Where 5 is the average grade I would give to a mass majority of 'regular' reviews from well known consumer sites.

 

I would say a 6.5 to 7. Depends.

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

On an Imperial Scale

 

Where 5 is the average grade I would give to a mass majority of 'regular' reviews from well known consumer sites.

 

I would say a 6.5 to 7. Depends.

 

Okay, that's great!

 

Now ask yourself, "how could I make this a 10?", or, "what would a 10 look like?".

 

I've mentioned it a few times in the past, but are you familiar with darth nut's review of the O2?

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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

 

Okay, that's great!

 

Now ask yourself, "how could I make this a 10?", or, "what would a 10 look like?".

 

I've mentioned it a few times in the past, but are you familiar with darth nut's review of the O2?

I am fully aware of my English. Sadly. I skipped honors level English classes because I hated writing.

 

I was good at critiquing other papers and other stuff. Hilariously enough, I sucked at writing my own but was good at doing what teahers do.

 

I do not know that one

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Just scrolled through it

 

I don't think I will ever reach that point. I'm more of an enlightened consumer fi review type person.

post #53528 of 149576
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

I am fully aware of my English. Sadly. I skipped honors level English classes because I hated writing.

 

I was good at critiquing other papers and other stuff. Hilariously enough, I sucked at writing my own but was good at doing what teachers do.

 

I do not know that one

I don't have a problem with your English. I can tell it's not perfect but if the information is passed on clearly, I don't care unless your grammar and spelling is actually atrocious. I've read enough fanfic to wish I had time to beta their writing(or slap their current beta reader around the face for not doing a good job).

 

I also dislike the head-fi reliance on html. Screws with Chrome autocorrect and the built-in autocorrect is total schiit.

post #53529 of 149576
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

I don't have a problem with your English. I can tell it's not perfect but if the information is passed on clearly, I don't care unless your grammar and spelling is actually atrocious. I've read enough fanfic to wish I had time to beta their writing(or slap their current beta reader around the face for not doing a good job).

 

I also dislike the head-fi reliance on html. Screws with Chrome autocorrect and the built-in autocorrect is total schiit.

ctrl+right click fixes everything

 

Thanks

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

I am fully aware of my English. Sadly. I skipped honors level English classes because I hated writing.

 

I was good at critiquing other papers and other stuff. Hilariously enough, I sucked at writing my own but was good at doing what teahers do.

 

I do not know that one

 

Don't worry, I'm sure your writing skills will improve with time. Keep reading, and more importantly, keep writing!

 

This is compulsory reading for any reviewer-to-be; I highly suggest reading it carefully, not just skimming through it.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/40313/stax-sr-007-omega-ii-a-review-after-4-years-of-ownership

 

If you can capture the ethos of this review, in your own reviews, I think you'll do great.

post #53531 of 149576
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Originally Posted by manveru View Post

I'm pretty consistently under-weight myself.
Want some of mine? Lol
I've lost ~50 pounds over the last year and a half. Still have a long way to go though...
@Bowei: I can spot some minor errors in your English, but you're still able to convey your feelings well. It's nothing like some of the hilarious Chinese products I get that we're written in English with what appears to be google translate...
post #53532 of 149576
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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

 

Don't worry, I'm sure your writing skills will improve with time. Keep reading, and more importantly, keep writing!

 

This is compulsory reading for any reviewer-to-be; I highly suggest reading it carefully, not just skimming through it.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/40313/stax-sr-007-omega-ii-a-review-after-4-years-of-ownership

 

If you can capture the ethos of this review, in your own reviews, I think you'll do great.

I know what you mean. He also gives much better real explanations for soundstage and other things.

 

Well, one step at a time I guess cool.gif

 

I don't think anyone reviewing right now is at that stage,

post #53533 of 149576
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

I am fully aware of my English. Sadly. I skipped honors level English classes because I hated writing.

 

I was good at critiquing other papers and other stuff. Hilariously enough, I sucked at writing my own but was good at doing what teahers do.

 

I do not know that one

): I skipped honors... still have to write.About worthless things! Even though my school is in the top 1% of schools, soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo many people don't know grammar. Instead they go on to analyze poetry that no one else in the world cares for. Then you write essays that are subject to what the teacher thinks, even though there can be MANY ways to view it. I would totes slap every college board member- no, I'd round house kick them and make them reform the way english is taught. Not many people know grammar, but they clearly don't see that. It wasn't even taught in any of my schools except for 1 grade (8th). Most of the things I'd learned outside of school. Good old Murica for you.

post #53534 of 149576
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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

 

Don't worry, I'm sure your writing skills will improve with time. Keep reading, and more importantly, keep writing!

 

This is compulsory reading for any reviewer-to-be; I highly suggest reading it carefully, not just skimming through it.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/40313/stax-sr-007-omega-ii-a-review-after-4-years-of-ownership

 

If you can capture the ethos of this review, in your own reviews, I think you'll do great.

That is quite the review.

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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post


Want some of mine? Lol
I've lost ~50 pounds over the last year and a half. Still have a long way to go though...
@Bowei: I can spot some minor errors in your English, but you're still able to convey your feelings well. It's nothing like some of the hilarious Chinese products I get that we're written in English with what appears to be google translate...

Ahh. Chingrish. There's less of it than there used to be, but that's probably because google translate is getting better.

post #53535 of 149576
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Originally Posted by MrViolin View Post

): I skipped honors... still have to write.About worthless things! Even though my school is in the top 1% of schools, soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo many people don't know grammar. Instead they go on to analyze poetry that no one else in the world cares for. Then you write essays that are subject to what the teacher thinks, even though there can be MANY ways to view it. I would totes slap every college board member- no, I'd round house kick them and make them reform the way english is taught. Not many people know grammar, but they clearly don't see that. It wasn't even taught in any of my schools except for 1 grade (8th). Most of the things I'd learned outside of school. Good old Murica for you.

Yep , same :(

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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

That is quite the review.

Ahh. Chingrish. There's less of it than there used to be, but that's probably because google translate is getting better.

That was more of analysis of the entire headphone audio world with a review element built in.

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