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Originally Posted by skerry2006aj View Post

one thing i do not fully understand is why abyss are so small. i mean, they seem on the border of being over the ear and on ear. at least from photos

 

That's hilarious, because they're gigantic. Do your research before posting. All it takes is a Google search.

 

Does this look small to you? (Click to show)

Edited by Music Alchemist - 3/4/15 at 1:58pm
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Holy crap that's an amazing picture. That beam across her head looks nice and thick.

post #4668 of 4676

that looks wrong. 

 

i judged from the pictures of them not being worn. then they look like an amazing set of headphones, but like i always do, i would really listen before buying!

 

i have some very different subjective impression than most people!

post #4669 of 4676
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Originally Posted by skerry2006aj View Post

i judged from the pictures of them not being worn. then they look like an amazing set of headphones, but like i always do, i would really listen before buying!

 

i have some very different subjective impression than most people!

 

If you ever get to audition them, make sure to adjust the customizable fit to tweak the sound:

 

  • Headband width
  • Headband forward and backward horizontally
  • Headband towards and away vertically
  • Removable ear pad configuration

 

The ear pads should rest slightly away from your ears instead of forming a complete seal like most headphones.

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YYAAW when you get a bank account and job to save up for the Audeze's, plus the correct setup to power it.
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Ykyaaw you are spoiled for choice of iems, and ended spending (thousands) on iem/headphones.
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Originally Posted by FeedingNation View Post

Ykyaaw you are spoiled for choice of iems, and ended spending (thousands) on iem/headphones.
Best quad driver IEM I know of (for sound and customer service) is the Noble 4. Well worth if.
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best iem i had ever heared in my entire life is by a large margin ie800. 

 

YKYAAW you consider normal that this hobby can cost the same amount of money as any other hobby.

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YKYAAW when your birthday is coming up and you start thinking of audio gear you want (maybe an E07k...)

 

YKYAAW your birthday trip to NYC includes a visit to B&H Photo Video to check out the audio gear (unfortunately I won't be able to go to the NYC meet that weekend, too far away)

 

Can you try stuff out there, and if so, do they have DAPs, DACs, amps, and headphones? I thought they had all sorts of stuff on display, but wasn't sure if it was usable/what they had.

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Originally Posted by TRapz View Post
 

YKYAAW when your birthday is coming up and you start thinking of audio gear you want (maybe an E07k...)

 

YKYAAW your birthday trip to NYC includes a visit to B&H Photo Video to check out the audio gear (unfortunately I won't be able to go to the NYC meet that weekend, too far away)

 

Can you try stuff out there, and if so, do they have DAPs, DACs, amps, and headphones? I thought they had all sorts of stuff on display, but wasn't sure if it was usable/what they had.

 

I used to get B&H's huge catalogs all the time, mainly for photography equipment. I believe they let you audition stuff in the store.

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Good news, guys! I'm getting my Raspberry Pi 2 setup!

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