Reread the review of 6moons with more time and read carefully this time. Sorry had no time in the morning because I had to go shopping.
This time I want to point out some of things that I like about the review and they are clear things that Mad Dog can compare to other high-end headphones in the markets such as LCD-2, AKG K701, Hifiman He-500, HD800, T1,...
With LCD-2 the reviewer stated that Mad Dog could be a little or younger brother of LCD-2. Mad Dog seems to drier and do not have the famouse LCD-2 bass texture but they are close together.
With K702, of course K are Q70x are the monster of detail and soundstage within $300 so Mad Dog does not have the chance to win in this category but overall Mad Dog gives a better conform and better long listening.
With Hifiman HE-500, Mad Dog seems to be smoother than.
With HD800, surely HD800 looks like a sky or a cloud on the high and look down to Mad Dog. HD800 wins by sound-stage, position in music especially when hear instruments, details. However the Mad Dog seems to catch everything or most of things in the record but can not push these things to the higher texture level like HD800. Other thing would like to mention is the position of HD800 is absolutely better than Mad Dog. This is why I believe Mad Dog is laid-back.
To sum up, the Mad Dog is very worthy with its name and value and better with mid-end amplifier such as few hundreds bucks. That is what I read and understood from the review. Lol. Nice work, Mr Dan or MrSpeaker.
PS: With poor English and lazy guy like me. I usually need more time to read and understand with the high-end review such as 6moons. And when it happens, of course that review must used a lot of high level vocabularies and implying.
Edited by LoveKnight - 5/28/13 at 12:44am