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I don't know what this means. I'm just posting the data for discussion. You guys tell me what it means.

 

I just measured my Sony MDR-V6s (with DT250 velour pads) with a UMIK-1 measurement mic in Room EQ Wizard. I applied stick-on felt to a compact disc as dampening, clamped the CD to the earpads, felt side towards the drivers, with 4 rubber bands, then pointed the the UMIK-1, with tripod, as perfectly straight at the middle of the driver as possible. I did this with the windscreen on, which fit snugly into the hole of the CD... essentially plugging the hole... and I stuck the mic just barely into the CD, as little as I could while it still held in place. I had tried it with the mic closer to the driver but the measurement results were far too bass-heavy.

 

Here's the measurement results... and the second image is my graph in blue superimposed over Changstar's MDR-V6 frequency response graph, which I believe was measured with an acoustic coupler, then HRTF-compensated.

 

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OK... so they came out pretty close. Really close. They diverge a bit at 2-3 kHz and 9-10 kHz... two areas where different HRTF curves seem to differ greatly.

 

...what does this result mean for the conversation in this thread?

 

Edit: Just wanted to say... when these are equalized to neutral and verified with the mic as described above... they sound good to me... subjectively speaking. I'm no expert though.


Edited by ComfyGrados - 12/28/12 at 5:20pm