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post #136 of 164

Just read it and very enjoyed. Great write-up and illustration. I also very like the design and layout.

Worthful stuff, thanks Head-Fi. Looking forward for next one, if it's planned. :)

post #137 of 164

Great read, for people new to headphones and amplification this will definitely be useful!

post #138 of 164

Very impressive effort! Thanks to all involved. 

 

I have been trying to explain the benefits to colleagues of upgrading from the white ipod earbuds (for my sake as much as theirs) and this will be an invaluable guide!

post #139 of 164

AMAZING. 

As a Graphic Designer (and a very nazi one), this is serioulsy beautiful and full of awesome content.

Thanks a lot.

post #140 of 164

Amazing write up! Thanks Jude and Head-fi Team. I can't wait to read them all!!

post #141 of 164
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Could have put in some budget-fi. But still a good read. Thanks!

 

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I would say that Guide, like you said, is geared more towards people starting to get into the world of Hi-Fi Headphones.  In that respect, it was very good.  Though I agree with a few others, that throwing in a few budget gems would be a good idea.

 

 

Side note:  Please post some more your headphone video reviews.  I very much enjoy them.  Though I am sure you are very busy and it is hard to make time to make them.

 

 

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thanks Jude for this guide! yeah budget section would be much appreciated. :)

post #142 of 164

This is just what I was looking for, good work guys.

post #143 of 164

The closed/semi closed circumaural section will really need to be expanded in the Holiday Guide.  I'm very much looking forward to the additions of:

 

V-Moda M-100

Yamaha Pro line

Sony MDR-1 line

PSB M4U1

Sennheiser Momentum

AKG Tiesto line

Ultrasone DJ

 

Did I miss any?

post #144 of 164

Not a comprehensive guide, but as stated, a nice peek into the head-fi community's appreciation of headphones and what's generally good. 

post #145 of 164
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Not a comprehensive guide, but as stated, a nice peek into the head-fi community's appreciation of headphones and what's generally good. 


Good to know. Nice read.

 

Good moment to walk on in here.

post #146 of 164

Beautiful guide, just like reading a really nice magazine from the shop!

post #147 of 164

Great work! I read every page, the problem is now my wallet is going to be beat up =(

post #148 of 164
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Great work! I read every page, the problem is now my wallet is going to be beat up =(


If you happen to be in the Philadelphia area (assuming based on your username), Worldwide Stereo in Montgomeryville has a decent selection of headphones from this guide to audition.

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If you happen to be in the Philadelphia area (assuming based on your username), Worldwide Stereo in Montgomeryville has a decent selection of headphones from this guide to audition.

 

Their store in Ardmore has a good selection as well including the full Grado line and a couple of mid line amps set up for demoing. 

post #150 of 164
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Their store in Ardmore has a good selection as well including the full Grado line and a couple of mid line amps set up for demoing. 


Nice, when I was last in Montgomeryville, they were expanding their Sennheiser line all the way up to the HD800.

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