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Poll Results: You mainly an acoustic guy or electronic guy? Acoustic means the players are moving fingers or singing in real time, with no use of AutoTune. Electronics is pure elec. instruments, lots of post-process (Auto Tune)

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 23% (28)
    Acoustic is my bread and butter. Prefer the Audeze orthos.
  • 39% (47)
    Acoustic is my bread and butter. Prefer the Hifiman orthos.
  • 24% (29)
    Electronic is the most exciting: Prefer the Audeze orthos
  • 26% (32)
    Electronic is the most most exciting. Prefer the Hifiman orthos.
120 Total Votes  
post #46 of 47

Nice thread, please revive biggrin.gif

post #47 of 47
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Originally Posted by moodyrn View Post


Not so with a "properly" driven he6. One of best I ever listened to when it comes to sound staging and especially imaging. Not so when driven with less than 6 to 8 watts.


And to further add, I consider the lcd3 and he6 1a and 1b. I love them both, slightly preferring the he6. But they are the two best I've ever listened to and that included .... Hd800, r10, t1, l3000.

 

The 6 is my favorite headphone with Classic Rock and yes, my speaker amp pumps 9W of tubey goodness into those 50 ohms although the LCD-3 is also very nice with that genre as well when driven by the SS Bakoon AMP-11R. Different flavors for different recordings and alternate frames of mind.

 

Could not help but notice the lack of the ATH-W3000ANV in your list of cans.

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