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Good description. They're definitely separate things. I hear a bit of both personally. Maybe I'm nuts.

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I compared the tint to a sepia filter on a photo. The details are there,yet the picture is tonally colored. I wouldn't describe it as a veil though.


 

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Aren't we all?rolleyes.gif
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I think y'all are tongue.gif

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I think y'all are tongue.gif



I know I am :p  I don't hear the veil, but do see how some will think it is tinted a little. 

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So what the hell is this tint!!! I guess I'll just have to find out when I my ASG-1 arrives.  Ugh.

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yup - still no one has answered:
"tint" to me....

 

One does not simply say tint, without tinted windows.

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So what the hell is this tint!!! I guess I'll just have to find out when I my ASG-1 arrives.  Ugh.



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It's when a boy earphone and a girl earphone really like each other, so they...

 

Jokes aside, it's difficult to describe. You have to hear it yourself. 


Edited by eke2k6 - 4/15/12 at 3:33pm
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Originally Posted by Cassadian View Post

So what the hell is this tint!!! I guess I'll just have to find out when I my ASG-1 arrives.  Ugh.



It's hard to explain really, it's like another flavor of sound, but retrieves the same detailing.  I think two tinted windows does the same thing effect (from the inside).  One is shifted this way, the other another way, but in the end, you still get the same (relative) picture of things.  A tint doesn't cover though (so it doesn't veil). Another way to think about it might be the coloration in the vocals (over the rest of the mids).


Edited by tinyman392 - 4/15/12 at 3:34pm
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I have never heard of such thing...

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Its almost a euphemism now... when I was your age, we used to call it sounding "off." Then I'd walk 15 miles to school, barefoot, uphill, both ways, through briar bushes, and it was always winter.

 

Serioulsy though, don't let it bother you. If you think it sounds fine, then that's one less thing to worry about.
 

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I have never heard of such thing...



 

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Veil -  To cover with or as if with a veil so to cover the highs. Tint - to color to cause to become darker so treble seems to be flat and not as high as desired.

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Veil -  To cover with or as if with a veil so to cover the highs. Tint - to color to cause to become darker so treble seems to be flat and not as high as desired.



I don't mind their highs. They're well extended, but are not in your face. The mids are the focus.

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I don't mind their highs. They're well extended, but are not in your face. The mids are the focus.



I do agree with this now.  It's just a few songs where I wish the treble was more focused.  I think these have a great delicacy to them, just lack focus in some songs :(

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I find that one single bigger hole is also working to eliminate the shoutiness. Easier to implement.

With the dogears filter, I find it easier to listen to the treble detail now. It's no DBA treble but its fine by me.

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I don't mind their highs. They're well extended, but are not in your face. The mids are the focus.



Maybe the ones stating that the highs are veiled and the mids shouty are used to a veiled mid with a shouty high.

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