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... when you pull out a whip and punnish yourself for buying new shoes when the money should have gone in your  '' 32/384 DAC savings piggy.''

 

YKYAA when you know that 32 bit audio offers no advantages over 16 bit audio.  Higher frequency files are debatable but have fun with your 384kHz files.

 

That stax cake is amazing too.

 

^ lol so true for the most part

post #977 of 2680
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YKYAAW your family makes this to your 18th b-day:


Happy belated birthday!
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YKYAA when you know that 32 bit audio offers no advantages over 16 bit audio.  Higher frequency files are debatable but have fun with your 384kHz files.

 

That stax cake is amazing too.

 

 I'm glad you pointed this out, people who dont know as much about DAC's might have thought that  simply 32/384 is the way to go for more advantages.  In my case its for my own testing and ears-on  experiances. Besides that not only for the resolution mainly for a specific DAC that I want.

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 I'm glad you pointed this out, people who dont know as much about DAC's might have thought that  simply 32/384 is the way to go for more advantages.  In my case its for my own testing and ears-on  experiances. Besides that not only for the resolution mainly for a specific DAC that I want.

 

If it can lock onto 34/384, 16/44.1 should be a doddle right? :D  I keed.


Edited by drez - 9/29/13 at 10:25pm
post #980 of 2680

You know you're an audiophile when you watch this for fun and smile.

http://blog.shure.com/shure-notes/understanding-earphone-and-headphone-specifications/

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You know you're an audiophile when you watch this for fun and smile.

http://blog.shure.com/shure-notes/understanding-earphone-and-headphone-specifications/

 

That's very informative though.

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You know you're an audiophile when you watch this for fun and smile.

http://blog.shure.com/shure-notes/understanding-earphone-and-headphone-specifications/

 

That's very informative though.

Mhmm, it's a good general outline of the specifications. Prior to joining Head-Fi, I would know nothing about the specs.

 

This just in:

 

I think I should get a 10 W amp to drive my HE-6 because it can use the extra "oomph" to properly "drive" them so that they "sing" or "shine."

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You know you're an audiophile when you watch this for fun and smile.

http://blog.shure.com/shure-notes/understanding-earphone-and-headphone-specifications/

 

I just watched that, pausing Modern Family and my wife said "what the hell are you doing"

 

thanks miceblue

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Mhmm, it's a good general outline of the specifications. Prior to joining Head-Fi, I would know nothing about the specs.

 

This just in:

 

 

I think I should get a 10 W amp to drive my HE-6 because it can use the extra "oomph" to properly "drive" them so that they "sing" or "shine."

 

I think you should.

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YKYAA when you are counting on CanJam instead of your school holidays xD
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When people are blasting music through the schiity computer speakers at school and some one says "I can't understand what they're saying, it's too pixilated"

 

Unrelated, but when you're listening to all the Crosby Stills & Nash you just got in flac and your sister says "It's not even real music!"  (she listens to kesha, dumb ass rappers, and pretty much whatever is popular on the radio) Makes me so sad.

 

Edit: If you're going to can jam I'm so jealous.  


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post #987 of 2680
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Originally Posted by linglingjr View Post
 

When people are blasting music through the schiity computer speakers at school and some one says "I can't understand what they're saying, it's too pixilated"

 

Unrelated, but when you're listening to all the Crosby Stills & Nash you just got in flac and your sister says "It's not even real music!"  (she listens to kesha, dumb ass rappers, and pretty much whatever is popular on the radio) Makes me so sad.

 

Edit: If you're going to can jam I'm so jealous.  

 

Pixelated sound? lol at least "grainy" could apply to both sound and video.

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Pixelated sound? lol at least "grainy" could apply to both sound and video.

 

The other day my friends and i were passing by a wedding which had some speakers turned up to the highest of high volumes, my friend said "wow those speakers are so loud that they're farting". He meant distortion.

:D

 

 

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lol speaker distortion does sound like farting

post #990 of 2680
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lol speaker distortion does sound like farting

Indeed! Attended to a picnic last month... Opposite out camp is a school event for kindergarden students. I was blown away by that farting sound! And it lasted for 2-3hours in the morning D:
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