or Connect
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Misc.-Category Forums › Members' Lounge (General Discussion) › 「Official」Asian Anime, Manga, and Music Lounge
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

「Official」Asian Anime, Manga, and Music Lounge - Page 5515

post #82711 of 158437

http://fc03.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2013/194/0/1/1373733467380_by_james3579-d6dbdgi.gif

 

http://fc01.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2013/194/c/6/1373741691541_by_james3579-d6dbddm.gif

 

post #82712 of 158437
.
Edited by Accoun - 7/13/13 at 1:14pm
post #82713 of 158437
.
Edited by Accoun - 7/13/13 at 1:13pm
post #82714 of 158437
Oh hey, the "post has been accidentally sent 2 times, but you see it as 3 posts, so if you edit the last 2, you edited all of them" bug is back.
post #82715 of 158437
Eve and Accoun seem to have a lot of Head-Fi problems lol.
post #82716 of 158437
Quote:
Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

Heck yes! I love me some spaghetti!
The only way to make it better is to add some actual meat instead of saya meat sauce...
biggrin.gif
Why do I now crave spaghetti... confused.gif
post #82717 of 158437
I always have Accoun's problem too... frown.gif
post #82718 of 158437
A neat built-in feature that Chrome doesn't have but Firefox and Opera have is the concept of tab grouping. Sure, one can group tabs in windows, but pshaw, who wants that?

Regardless of my attempt at joking, I like Opera's better than Firefox, based on the virtue that I can see my groups, or rather stacks for Opera. Where Firefox groups it together in a "different" UI and then disappear until summoned, Opera's behave like normal tabs, only stacked.
post #82719 of 158437

@jgray

 

I'm liking the BMF mod. Really flat bass region. But without the measuring kit, it'll be hard to determine a flat curve. And I can't trust my ears for that flat sound cause I never heard what flat actually sounds like.

 

Oh and after seeing the graphs, it's possible to make flat line on the bass and mid, but not the treble region. I wonder what's the headphone/iem/speaker with the flattest treble region, if possible that is?

post #82720 of 158437
Quote:
Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

Eve and Accoun seem to have a lot of Head-Fi problems lol.

I've reported this problem + others for mobile Head-Fi (such as scrolling and the Head-Fi bar appears in the middle of the screen so if you touch it while scrolling you automatically scroll to the top of the thread). It seems that they don't care. -.-

 

 

Also, did you guys know that when you view a review and you see the breakdown details on the left (with the green bars), those actually represent the average ratings for all of the reviews on Head-Fi and not your own review? Pretty stupid if you ask me.

 

Hopefully someone here can take note of these things...

*ahem*

post #82721 of 158437
Quote:
Originally Posted by jgray91 View Post

A neat built-in feature that Chrome doesn't have but Firefox and Opera have is the concept of tab grouping. Sure, one can group tabs in windows, but pshaw, who wants that?

Regardless of my attempt at joking, I like Opera's better than Firefox, based on the virtue that I can see my groups, or rather stacks for Opera. Where Firefox groups it together in a "different" UI and then disappear until summoned, Opera's behave like normal tabs, only stacked.

 

I'm the kind of guy that uses browsers as a way to connect to use the internet. Nothing more. 

post #82722 of 158437
Quote:
Originally Posted by graphidz View Post

@jgray

I'm liking the BMF mod. Really flat bass region. But without the measuring kit, it'll be hard to determine a flat curve. And I can't trust my ears for that flat sound cause I never heard what flat actually sounds like.

Oh and after seeing the graphs, it's possible to make flat line on the bass and mid, but not the treble region. I wonder what's the headphone/iem/speaker with the flattest treble region, if possible that is?

I have BMF's measurement kit. So do kalbee. Both of us haven't managed to work out how to take clean enough measurements like BMF do, mostly because, at least on my end, laziness.

Not learned enough/crazy memory to comment on the treble thing.
post #82723 of 158437
Quote:
Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

I've reported this problem + others for mobile Head-Fi (such as scrolling and the Head-Fi bar appears in the middle of the screen so if you touch it while scrolling you automatically scroll to the top of the thread). It seems that they don't care. -.-




Also, did you guys know that when you view a review and you see the breakdown details on the left (with the green bars), those actually represent the average ratings for all of the reviews on Head-Fi and not your own review? Pretty stupid if you ask me.

Hopefully someone here can take note of these things...
*ahem*

Yeah, I knew it was the average rating.

Most sidebar reviews are not my reviews anyway as I don't use the aggragated review page Head-Fi has set up
post #82724 of 158437
Quote:
Originally Posted by jgray91 View Post

A neat built-in feature that Chrome doesn't have but Firefox and Opera have is the concept of tab grouping. Sure, one can group tabs in windows, but pshaw, who wants that?

Regardless of my attempt at joking, I like Opera's better than Firefox, based on the virtue that I can see my groups, or rather stacks for Opera. Where Firefox groups it together in a "different" UI and then disappear until summoned, Opera's behave like normal tabs, only stacked.

Yeah, Opera has stacked tabs for groups doesn't it? Firefox has that separate thing that makes it seem like multiple windows within the one window.

post #82725 of 158437
Quote:
Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

I've reported this problem + others for mobile Head-Fi (such as scrolling and the Head-Fi bar appears in the middle of the screen so if you touch it while scrolling you automatically scroll to the top of the thread). It seems that they don't care. -.-

 

 

Also, did you guys know that when you view a review and you see the breakdown details on the left (with the green bars), those actually represent the average ratings for all of the reviews on Head-Fi and not your own review? Pretty stupid if you ask me.

 

Hopefully someone here can take note of these things...

*ahem*

 

That looks LOL. Did ya try another browser though?

 

Well, Head-fi should have mentioned it clearly that it was the average rating. I wouldn't had known it until you posted in that thread of yours. IMO, I kinda like it. BUT they need to also put what the reviewer's rating along side the average rating

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Misc.-Category Forums › Members' Lounge (General Discussion) › 「Official」Asian Anime, Manga, and Music Lounge