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post #271 of 2670
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Originally Posted by JuanseAmador View Post

YKYAAW you text instead of calling someone because of the crappy sound quality.

That's a tad too far..

post #272 of 2670
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Originally Posted by JuanseAmador View Post

YKYAAW you text instead of calling someone because of the crappy sound quality.

I don't think it's the phone's speaker that's the problem...try taking a phone call on even an AKG K 701 and it still sounds terrible. It's most likely the phone's microphone that causes phone calls to sound so bad.
post #273 of 2670
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

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Originally Posted by JuanseAmador View Post

YKYAAW you text instead of calling someone because of the crappy sound quality.

I don't think it's the phone's speaker that's the problem...try taking a phone call on even an AKG K 701 and it still sounds terrible. It's most likely the phone's microphone that causes phone calls to sound so bad.

I know it is not the speaker-phone, It might be the quality of the signal in some countries.
post #274 of 2670
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Originally Posted by akash neagi View Post

when you don't speak to your best friend for a week because he bought Beats......

 

 

 

 

Warning: Oh Mai (Click to show)

I thought for kicks and giggles I'd post that to imgur... -5 downvotes in about 3 mins... apprently there are a lot of beats fans 

 

 

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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post


I don't think it's the phone's speaker that's the problem...try taking a phone call on even an AKG K 701 and it still sounds terrible. It's most likely the phone's microphone that causes phone calls to sound so bad.

yuk, and I feel you. If it's not in person or through my odac -> Clear Top 12ua7a Tube -> Ath W1000x it's not vocals worth listening to 


Edited by Mshenay - 4/6/13 at 11:08pm
post #275 of 2670

in response to recent posts:
YKYAAW when you don't pick up your call cut instead reach for your nearest headphone to quickly plug into your phone so you can hear his voice better and with better comfort.
cause...
It restores the lost information in your sound thus delivering the best sound quality available.
-Dr.Dre
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post #276 of 2670
When you work on a headphone review instead of a rhetoric essay
post #277 of 2670

This is great hah!

YKYAAW you dream you got THAT headphone you want so much and wake up disappointed it was just a dream :/

post #278 of 2670
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Originally Posted by Headxoxote View Post

This is great hah!


YKYAAW you dream you got THAT headphone you want so much and wake up disappointed it was just a dream :/
And immediately run off to the shop and buy it biggrin.gif
post #279 of 2670
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Originally Posted by PanamaHat View Post

When you work on a headphone review instead of a rhetoric essay

 

When you buy toys you can't afford under the excuse of "I can write a review for this"... 

post #280 of 2670
When you don't know how much money you have in your gear because you know that if it is totaled up you might have a heart attack.
post #281 of 2670

At 1.00 am when a Angel called " Tinnitus" Sings her Lullaby 

 

post #282 of 2670
Isn't that just mild ringing? Most people get that sensation at night when it's very quiet. Tinnitus that persists during the day is the one to be wary of right? Someone correct me if I am wrong
post #283 of 2670
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Originally Posted by PanamaHat View Post

Isn't that just mild ringing? Most people get that sensation at night when it's very quiet. Tinnitus that persists during the day is the one to be wary of right? Someone correct me if I am wrong

dude not to scare u away... but Normally people do not have a ring in sound at night or when ever its quite... but if they do, then its defiantly the beginning of tinnitus... most likely people don't notice it since they are busy with there work and most don't cuz noise around them tams it up.. even I notice it pretty rarely... and I can hear up to 18K

 

 

*** but if u need a self test u can do as this.. During the day time go to a pretty quiet place and stick ur both fingers in side ur ears.. and see whether u hear a ringing noise? and do the same at night.. which one is clear or both the same?? then u should go check a audiologist..  --- this the most basic test that u can do----


Edited by Sylaw - 4/10/13 at 10:45am
post #284 of 2670
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Originally Posted by Sylaw View Post

dude not to scare u away... but Normally people do not have a ring in sound at night or when ever its quite... but if they do, then its defiantly the beginning of tinnitus... most likely people don't notice it since they are busy with there work and most don't cuz noise around them tams it up.. even I notice it pretty rarely... and I can hear up to 18K

 

 

*** but if u need a self test u can do as this.. During the day time go to a pretty quiet place and stick ur both fingers in side ur ears.. and see whether u hear a ringing noise? and do the same at night.. which one is clear or both the same?? then u should go check a audiologist..  --- this the most basic test that u can do----

It doesn't persist for me during the day. I only hear it at night when the noise level drops and it always goes away after 5 minutes. Fear of getting this is why I've sworn off going to see rock concerts.

post #285 of 2670
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Originally Posted by Sylaw View Post

dude not to scare u away... but Normally people do not have a ring in sound at night or when ever its quite... but if they do, then its defiantly the beginning of tinnitus... most likely people don't notice it since they are busy with there work and most don't cuz noise around them tams it up.. even I notice it pretty rarely... and I can hear up to 18K


*** but if u need a self test u can do as this.. During the day time go to a pretty quiet place and stick ur both fingers in side ur ears.. and see whether u hear a ringing noise? and do the same at night.. which one is clear or both the same?? then u should go check a audiologist..  --- this the most basic test that u can do----

The ringing in your ears is a normal thing. If it is audible when not quiet, then that is a problem.
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