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post #1186 of 4559
Ah, i knew i would find someone like this.

Showed headphones to a cousin who cane to town and he said they sounded exactly like his zx300's
post #1187 of 4559
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Originally Posted by sloomingbla View Post

Ah, i knew i would find someone like this.

Showed headphones to a cousin who cane to town and he said they sounded exactly like his zx300's

I used to have that issue... All headphones sound like normal earbuds to me at the very very beginning of my journey... however, after a full album run down with a different headphone other than my iBuds, then I realized what I missed all the time! That's what brought me here xD

post #1188 of 4559

I think the environment you're in also matters a lot...especially if you have open headphones.

 

When my buddy demo'd my HE-500s he had the fan on at bull blast next to him so obviously it didn't sound like a $700 headphone.

 

I then tried listening with the fan next to me and it was absolutely horrible.

post #1189 of 4559
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I think the environment you're in also matters a lot...especially if you have open headphones.

When my buddy demo'd my HE-500s he had the fan on at bull blast next to him so obviously it didn't sound like a $700 headphone.

I then tried listening with the fan next to me and it was absolutely horrible.
I completely agree. It even strongly effects my signature dj's, which have awesome isolation.

Thats one of the reasons i got the dj's, isolation is extremely important to me
post #1190 of 4559
I gave one of my friends a few minutes listening to my HD25 Aluminium playing (Lindsey Stirling: Shadows) (quote: everything sounds so much more powerful and cleaner) and HP50 (playing Dark Side of the Moon: Money) through my DX50 into Apex Glacier and another friend just the HP50 playing (Hell Freezes Over: Hotel California)...the first friend is now considering buying the Monoprice 8323 and the second friend the CAL. Here's a quick pic of my first friend with the HP50 on (we had a few laughs at this):

Edited by BucketInABucket - 11/30/13 at 3:12pm
post #1191 of 4559

No offense, but how old are you :tongue:

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No offense, but how old are you :tongue:

lol, his profile says he's in highschool.    There is a guy I know that is now in college but still looks like a middle schooler : )

post #1193 of 4559

I was a bit surprise 'cause I think he's in primary school.

Super sorry BucketInABucket, no offense at all :tongue:

When I was at primary school, my hobbies are junk foods and snacks :biggrin:

post #1194 of 4559

You would be surprised how many younger members there are!

post #1195 of 4559

+1, im 16 :3

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14:biggrin:

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14:biggrin:

You're consistently the most prolific and active minor here; I don't think many others have gone to meets.

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14:biggrin:

You're consistently the most prolific and active minor here; I don't think many others have gone to meets.

:beerchug:(Don't worry, its root beer:wink_face:)

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14:D

I feel soooo old now :3

15 biggrin.gif

Put the age aside, you are lucky!!! EXTREMLY, lucky!
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14:D

I feel soooo old now :3

15 biggrin.gif

Put the age aside, you are lucky!!! EXTREMLY, lucky!

I am very, very, fortunate.

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