Obviously we need graphs and pie charts and Erlenmeyer flasks.
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O' really bagelgirl??? :)
The really funny thing is that the graph doesn't represent how they sound AT ALL. Garbage graph. As Sf says.. doodle-art graph!
A bagel eating a lotus. Now what could be better than that.?
That's not a lotus...
lol you're right, there's no way the CKS1000's have 16 dB of bass boost!
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Well, once again I am led into temptation by Dsnuts! Stopped into Best Buy during lunch. They had the headphones all set up at a listening station... and they all sounded bloody awful. Seriously, why put them out for listening if your equipment is going to make every headphone sound like crap?
After I surreptitiously disconnected the cables underneath the display and connected them directly to my Clip, things improved immensely. In my brief listening I preferred the sound of the DJ1500 to the DJ2000. The 2000 seemed a little more muddy to me, but this was only listening to a couple of songs straight out of the Clip. For comfort the 2000 was miles better.
Anyway, I walked out with the 1500. Brought it back to my desk and I'm not too impressed by the very first listen. The highs are too harsh and it's uncomfortable. But, based on the store set I'm hoping a little break-in will improve the sound, and putting the HM5 pads on will improve the comfort. Otherwise I can always take them back.
And you jumped into that thread and posted some pretty strong impressions without ever having listened to them.
Here we go again
been away from the thread for a while, is there a new top dog IEM that you guys are talking about? I went back a few pages and was looking at the KEF but the fit looks odd.