Originally Posted by HiFiGuy528
I try to do a 'first person's view" of unboxing in my videos. If the product is defective or damaged, you will see it as I see it, no edits. I've had some WTF moments when I see the ear pads on my AKG headphones are poorly put together or the time a Sony Professional headphones from Japan came in a plain white box, very unlike Sony to package in plain box. Unboxing videos are NOT for everyone so I don't expect a lot of views, but I still like doing it.
Something minor that really nags at my mind is a few terminologies that you aren't using correctly a lot of the times.
One is that the vast vast majority of headphone earpads are pleather, it'd be great if you could look up if a headphone that you'll be receiving and unboxing soon has pleather, cow leather, or some exotic African lamb leather or whatnot, this way if you get a pair of phones to record a video with that do have genuine leather cushions, viewers would know and acknowledge that.
Another thing that is purely semantics is that the fine microfibre-like fabric used in-place of leather/pleather on earpads tend to be called velour.
Nothing important, but they bug me ever so slightly heheh.