Originally Posted by tinyman392
I'm going to have to agree with this, sorry Inks, nothing against you. But to you Rin's data seems to be the end-all of data, it reads like you feel that only his data is correct, no one else's holds any merit in your eyes. If this isn't true, your tone of language and voice don't say that. I agree with Eke2k6 100% here (and we don't always get along... Right Ekes?).
Reading through Rin's work, his take on the MH1 is as subjective as ClieOS'. There really is no objectivity to his initial opinion. Sure, he has frequency graphs and impedance responses... But he's also the one that interprets what point A means and what point B means. Listeners do this same interpretation when they listen to the headphones. The statements he does make in the end, ClieOS does have a point, show that Rin had an agenda on this. Whether it was conscious or unconsciously done is beyond me. But there was an agenda to not only attack Sony, but also ClieOS. I have used Rin's graphs for what they were in the past, agreeing with, but also disagreeing with some things he has said.
His raw results are for the most part identical to Tyll's, I do feel Rin's compensations are the most correct, yes, but isn't so black and white as you put it. The data and backing evidence is objective, not so much just a full subjective option. The way you put everything is open to interpretation, but it isn't so, those slow transients and big boost are what they are and evidence is backing it. PM me a response as it's quite OT.
Originally Posted by eke2k6
Inks, I think you need to reevaluate your approach to presenting your opinions and facts. Regardless of your intentions, you often come of as arrogant and insultive. You may intend to presen raw information, but your posts often end up being cancerous and highly counterproductive to the threads you post in.
I am very straightforward, somewhat aggressive in my approach, but when I critique it's always the product or ideas, avoiding actual insults to users as that leads nowhere and I have no interest in. Well the thing is, the stuff I have put to light are VERY controversial stuff, from the tuning approach and review here to the blatant flaws of the Heirs and I don't hold back critiquing as much as I can. I mean no actual harm to users though product attachment makes it inevitable.
And due to the high controversy and approach, I do have my share of detractors, but I also have those that understand and are in agreement with what I do, inevitable compromise.
I though the discussion was already done, both ClieOS, Joe and I have said all that was needed.
Edited by Inks - 11/12/12 at 11:04am