is ther anyone here who owns both the k167 and the AT a900x? if so, a short comparison would be lovely. i know theyr not really that alike- im wondering how the k167 handles software eqing. if they dont handle it well, ill probably get the a900x. for me its mostly about the sub-bass iv discovered, and quantity is easily applied with eq'ing - its the quality im after.
Originally Posted by miow
Thanks. That clarifies: ; ) Already looking for some breakbeat.
my personal favorites are enduser
and venetian snares
just thought id share, hope it wasnt too presumptuous :p
Originally Posted by Prakhar
Depends. ZO2 would be more musical and you have the ability to finetune the amount of bass you want. E11 is more neutral (I saw it mostly as a volume booster), and has 2 bass boost options.
Zo is also a lot smaller and you can use it while charging.
what do you mean by musical? im contemplating whether or not to get a zo, as the bass boost begins at around 300-400 hz, as opposed to the other amps i own (e11, cmoy) who boost starting froom 1khz, which changes the music noticeably, imho. but im wondering if its worth it... headphonia seem to think it cuts out the very high, and more importantly - the very low frequencies, is this noticeable? iv also read that its kinda weak as an amp, i have 250 ohm dt770s, who arent THAT hard to drive, but i have noticed the e11 has to be on high gain in order to drive them to very high volumes... could i have your input?
Originally Posted by PFULMTL
That song could be classified as drum and bass, but leaning more towards breaks or breakbeat. That Tangram album seems to have a breaks influence, and that is apparent with the track called "Check 1, 2". But people would call that "glitch hop" now.
Not sure what you are classifying "pure dubstep", explaining that could throw this thread off track if we are trying to compare different types of dubstep ahaha.
i dont think that song sounds anything like glitch or dubstep. maybe drum and bass, but i definitely agree its more a breakbeat track, just a calmer one. to be honest, i cant really think of any off the top of my head, but iv found that tracks combining dnb and breakbeat can be really really cool.