Originally Posted by rhythmdevils
I already did buy speakers. Now I want headphones that are capable of the same thing. The reason fewer people care with headphones is that they don't know any better and they get dooped by fancy packaging and price tags.
Or it's because low quality sound needs to be enhanced to sound more realistic, it just sounds better with a natural ~10kHz spike, a natural ~sub-bass spike, and a natural ~7kHz spike, that's just how it works. Not to mention, the "dynamics" of a headphone, are listed here as
This area doesn't have too much in relation to the frequency response - it pertains to the efficiency of the product, which is a measure of how intense a sound is produced when input a given signal. Generally, more efficient units are able to express finer sounds, and will benefit even more (in fineness) from a response peak around 7kHz.
Have you considered this in relation to IR / CSD? Then like I addressed, there is maple, ebony and Titanium voicing, not just plastic ringing versus open-air flat response TV screens.
TV screens are a good example, if you were watching a VHS tape on a horrible washed out TV you'd boost the contrast levels just to see what's going on in the movie lol.