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Yesh, literally hours of R&D. I am not the target audience of my new MG6Pros, but they sound phenomenal with everything I throw at them. 

I dont see how you can compare two different companies.  I find all of futuresonic's products to be colored and will obviously sound good with everything.  Dale specifically mentioned that these headphones were designed to make vocals stand out.  I believe they accomplished their soul purpose by a long shot.  Aurisonics is a new company, let them work out what little bugs they have.  Be glad that he listened to the public and decided to change the headphones to better the broad spectrum of listeners.

thanks,

-Gabe

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I dont see how you can compare two different companies.  I find all of futuresonic's products to be colored and will obviously sound good with everything.  Dale specifically mentioned that these headphones were designed to make vocals stand out.  I believe they accomplished their soul purpose by a long shot.  Aurisonics is a new company, let them work out what little bugs they have.  Be glad that he listened to the public and decided to change the headphones to better the broad spectrum of listeners.

thanks,

-Gabe

 

Yeah; Bono, Adele and Muse(all of them) must love that coloration. Some start-up vs. a company that has been providing CIEMs to musicians for over 20 years.

 

Wait... I thought you stated that these Aurisonics R1.2 will sound great to everyone? The Aurisonics revision will "appeal to everyone" yet FS' product is obviously colored? Uh.... I sense a bit of contradiction there. But then again, I am not fond of the audio of a transistor radio.

 

And last, if the phones are designed to "make vocals stand out", then that is the definition of colored.


Edited by devgru - 4/19/12 at 6:46pm
post #2733 of 2761

All of future Sonics? Or you mean the universals? The artist are not using the universal models. I myself have both the universals and the custom models and yes the universal Atrios are known for its bass (Which can be tamed with a EQ) their Custom MG6Pro are not colored at all unless you change the vents to allow the bass woofer move more which will increase the punch in the bass department.

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I dont see how you can compare two different companies.  I find all of futuresonic's products to be colored and will obviously sound good with everything.  Dale specifically mentioned that these headphones were designed to make vocals stand out.  I believe they accomplished their soul purpose by a long shot.  Aurisonics is a new company, let them work out what little bugs they have.  Be glad that he listened to the public and decided to change the headphones to better the broad spectrum of listeners.

thanks,

-Gabe

 

 

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Originally Posted by delladood View Post

 

I dont see how you can compare two different companies.  I find all of futuresonic's products to be colored and will obviously sound good with everything.  Dale specifically mentioned that these headphones were designed to make vocals stand out.  I believe they accomplished their soul purpose by a long shot.  Aurisonics is a new company, let them work out what little bugs they have.  Be glad that he listened to the public and decided to change the headphones to better the broad spectrum of listeners.

thanks,

-Gabe

 

Thank you for restating what I was trying to say

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There are many universal earphones that have the vocals stand out.

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Thank you for restating what I was trying to say

 

 

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Originally Posted by devgru View Post

 

 

Yeah; Bono, Adele and Muse(all of them) must love that coloration. Some start-up vs. a company that has been providing CIEMs to musicians for over 20 years.

 

Wait... I thought you stated that these Aurisonics R1.2 will sound great to everyone? The Aurisonics revision will "appeal to everyone" yet FS' product is obviously colored? Uh.... I sense a bit of contradiction there. But then again, I am not fond of the audio of a transistor radio.

 

And last, if the phones are designed to "make vocals stand out", then that is the definition of colored.

 

how do you figure? they are mid-centric. That does not mean that they are colored.  The W3 would be colored IMO.  If you don't have anything nice to say about aurisonics just get off of the thread.  All we have here is love for such a new company.

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Hey is a thread only to state one point of view and censor all the rest? I believe it is best to have the full spectrum good, neutral or bad.

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how do you figure? they are mid-centric. That does not mean that they are colored.  The W3 would be colored IMO.  If you don't have anything nice to say about aurisonics just get off of the thread.  All we have here is love for such a new company.

 

 

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Hey is a thread only to state one point of view and censor all the rest? I believe it is best to have the full spectrum good, neutral or bad.

 

 

 

I dont see how he gathers upfront vocals to be a definition colored... Thats just a mid-centric headphone.  His cause is weakly stated judging from the fact that he has probably NEVER heard a single headphone from aurisonics.

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True but that is his view on it so maybe his idea view is neutral and anything not neutral as colored.

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I dont see how he gathers upfront vocals to be a definition colored... Thats just a mid-centric headphone.  His cause is weakly stated judging from the fact that he has probably NEVER heard a single headphone from aurisonics.

 

 

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Okay guys, both Future Sonics and Aurisonics are run by very nice people. With FS we get products that have been refined through several generations. For AS, I think it's both very normal with new audio products that there is a shakedown period of refinements and evolutions--and it's neat that we get to watch and hear it happen with AS. Dale's new products should be very interesting.

 

 

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Guys, this forum is titled "Aurisonics Impressions and Reviews" so I'm going to ask that you stick to that topic and start your own if you wish to discuss something different about them.

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Okay guys, both Future Sonics and Aurisonics are run by very nice people. With FS we get products that have been refined through several generations. For AS, I think it's both very normal with new audio products that there is a shakedown period of refinements and evolutions--and it's neat that we get to watch and hear it happen with AS. Dale's new products should be very interesting.

 

 

 

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True but that is his view on it so maybe his idea view is neutral and anything not neutral as colored.

 

 

I've always been under the extreme notion that a colored sound signature has mid-bass hump, strong sub-bass, and emphasis on highs.  Pretty much a V-shape.

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+1

 

I've always been under the extreme notion that a colored sound signature has mid-bass hump, strong sub-bass, and emphasis on highs.  Pretty much a V-shape.

 


ok thats how you chose to see it. I thought it is anything different from neutral anything that emphasis one more then the other.

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ok thats how you chose to see it. I thought it is anything different from neutral anything that emphasis one more then the other.

 

Can you name a headphone with a super FLAT frequency response?? There's a difference between being neutral and being boring.

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Originally Posted by bmiamihk View Post

Hey is a thread only to state one point of view and censor all the rest? I believe it is best to have the full spectrum good, neutral or bad.

 

 

 

I dont see how he gathers upfront vocals to be a definition colored... Thats just a mid-centric headphone.  His cause is weakly stated judging from the fact that he has probably NEVER heard a single headphone from aurisonics.


You should have capitalized the word PROBABLY.
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Originally Posted by devgru View Post

 

 

Yeah; Bono, Adele and Muse(all of them) must love that coloration. Some start-up vs. a company that has been providing CIEMs to musicians for over 20 years.

 

Wait... I thought you stated that these Aurisonics R1.2 will sound great to everyone? The Aurisonics revision will "appeal to everyone" yet FS' product is obviously colored? Uh.... I sense a bit of contradiction there. But then again, I am not fond of the audio of a transistor radio.

 

And last, if the phones are designed to "make vocals stand out", then that is the definition of colored.

 

how do you figure? they are mid-centric. That does not mean that they are colored.  The W3 would be colored IMO.  If you don't have anything nice to say about aurisonics just get off of the thread.  All we have here is love for such a new company.



I'm gonna give you the benefit of the doubt here and just recommend you work on your sarcasm. It just lacks that certain je ne sais quoi.
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