Heres my problem I ran into..
About a week after I got em I noticed the bass on the right side wasn't balanced to the left, and it didn't matter what side the cable was plugged in. I listen to mostly Hip hop, reggea and progressive, anything that sounds good, basically. Now the issue here lies mostly with the hip hop, and/or whenever there is a very low subb woofer frequency running through the headphones, the left side is always more powerful(rubbling) than the right. Now i have switched ears and it remains the same, always the left ear cup is more powerful than the right one. This wouldnt be a big deal, but really when it comes down to it and you can really notice the left side overpowering the right it gets a bit akward...it sounds like the left side bass is (upper left, and middle)whilethe right is like (lower right) only..get the picture? I can almost paint a picture of a diagonal line listening to the bass rumble, its so annoyoning.. so im returning these as soon as i can.. but i really like them..
So could it be possible that i got a defect one, or is this the way it sounds to everyone, let me now what you think... I may just ask for an exchange cause it could very well be a defective one.
If anyone has a chance and can maybe check this out for me.."Diamonds are Forever (Butch Clancy Remix)..you'll see what i mean..or maybe you wont!! If you don't then great, it means i just have a messed up pair. Listen for the wobble ..its mostly to the left of my headphones..
and please dont say it was recorded like that, all these record producers cant be panning the sub left on all their tracks!
Gunwalk by lil wayne ft gudda gudda..another example.. OH and if you have an amp use it.
Edited by Popcaan08 - 5/24/13 at 6:49am