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Poll Results: Is it worth it to buy the 'balanced' Pro 900's over the regular ones?

 
  • 25% (1)
    Yes
  • 75% (3)
    No
4 Total Votes  
post #16 of 17
Thread Starter 

I never actually bought them but B&H still offers them . . . they are still on their site. Oh yeah and I forgot to reply to your suggestion of the Signature Pro headphones obobskivich . . . I'm not interested in the Pro 900's anymore but I WOULD be interested in the Sig Pros. I would only use them on my laptop though and not with any iPods or anything because the cord is just too long (5 feet I believe though you may have already known that).
 

post #17 of 17
Thread Starter 

Oh wow I am stupid! I was looking at the "Glossary of Terms" here on head-fi (as I am still VERY much a newbie) . . . I guess I didn't really know what balanced headphones were beforehand (I thought that it meant simply that the lows, mids and highs are more balanced/the headphones had more of a flat frequency response) . . . shows you how much of a noob I am in this hobby biggrin.gif . I apologize obobskivich I now realize that getting a pair of headphones balanced eliminates them as portable headphones (if they were beforehand). And that means that you couldn't use balanced headphones for walking rmarciniak.

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