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post #2086 of 2492
I can hear up to about 19.75Khz.
post #2087 of 2492
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Originally Posted by Don Lehrer View Post

YKYAA when you spend your Valentine´s day with your music rigs and get roses for the love of your life (HD650) wine for your Mistress (Triple Fi 10) and chocolates for your newly lover (Fidelio X1)...

YKYAAW your friends ask if you did that the next day xD

YKYAAW you start questioning why your local cinema install 7.1 speaker system but only uses the front two speaker after the Dolby ""advertisement"
post #2088 of 2492
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Originally Posted by kraken2109 View Post
 

It doesn't matter what headphones you use, I really doubt you can hear over 18kHz, let alone 20kHz.

That's exactly why MP3 compression cuts it off at 20kHz.

post #2089 of 2492
I hear up to 18,5-19 kHz
post #2090 of 2492
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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post


YKYAAW you start questioning why your local cinema install 7.1 speaker system but only uses the front two speaker after the Dolby ""advertisement"

Mine isn't the only one to do that?

post #2091 of 2492
My local cinema uses quite a few of the speakers, I assume all of them. Sometimes sounds sound like they're coming from behind you so, that's good. Guess I have an audiophile cinema.
post #2092 of 2492
Really doubtful as of why do they even spend so much money on those speakers then xD
post #2093 of 2492

Wake up with a headphones on!

post #2094 of 2492
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Originally Posted by Pustik View Post
 

Wake up with a headphones on!

I did that two nights ago and my Rockboxed iPod was dead as a doornail.

 

YKYAAW you fall asleep on the couch for 3 hours but your headphone amp has plenty of juice left.

post #2095 of 2492
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Originally Posted by RUMAY408 View Post
 

I did that two nights ago and my Rockboxed iPod was dead as a doornail.

 

YKYAAW you fall asleep on the couch for 3 hours but your headphone amp has plenty of juice left.

Sorry to hear about your iPod, perhaps its time to get Astell & Kern AK240?

post #2096 of 2492
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Originally Posted by Pustik View Post
 

Wake up with a headphones on!

I hate doing this, I get all afraid that I might have rolled over on them, or that I might have distorted the shape of the pads or.... the worst, the possibility of them falling 4 feet off my bed onto a carpeted floor. lol

post #2097 of 2492
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Originally Posted by linglingjr View Post
 

I hate doing this, I get all afraid that I might have rolled over on them, or that I might have distorted the shape of the pads or.... the worst, the possibility of them falling 4 feet off my bed onto a carpeted floor. lol

I've only done with with apple stock headphones, so no worries :)

post #2098 of 2492
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Originally Posted by linglingjr View Post

I hate doing this, I get all afraid that I might have rolled over on them, or that I might have distorted the shape of the pads or.... the worst, the possibility of them falling 4 feet off my bed onto a carpeted floor. lol

Or maybe you may get tangled up by your headphone's cable. In other words, kidnapped by your headphone that you slept with the night before xD *if the cable is that* long *
post #2099 of 2492
I never thought it'd happen to me, but I just woke up from wearing a pair of headphones...and more importantly, my amp, DAP and headphones are alive!
post #2100 of 2492

I worry about crushing them as a whole, you know, open headphone's relatively delicate grills.

Also YKAAW you install a heatsink to your amp so it doesn't burn to the touch. (and it works! now it only runs moderately warm vs painfully hot)

Outside of it's housing, the heatsink exposed.

 

The normal resting position of the amp inside the Lego housing.

 

 

Closer look at the heatsink fitting snugly between the Lego tiles. Absolutely no room for the amp to wriggle inside its housing.

 

Applied acrylic tape stick the amp there but more importantly to act as a thermal medium between the amp and the heatsink (because air is an extreme heat insulator, so bad at conducting heat that contractors build hollow air pockets in homes to keep the heat in. so.... anything is better than air pockets right?)

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