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post #2881 of 3818
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Originally Posted by DisCHORDDubstep View Post

ok then. I just don't like that sennheiser sound as much as akg. Isn't a man entitled to preferences and opinions? I'm not saying sennheiser is bad, but I didn't like the 558's as much as k240's. Is this a crime against humanity? To not like something as much as something else? I never have hated on sennheiser lol. I've just stated what I like more. Sennheiser is a very reputable company with some great products some people like a lot. I'll end up with an HD 600 in my collection someday. I don't "Downplay" them, I just state: they are not my favorite company of all time. If you like them, fine. Just don't be a fanboy about it. I don't have to like what everyone else does, and you don't have to like what I like. The only thing I'm really biased against? Apple products. Other than that, I could care less. Yes, I do admit I am biased in the world of phones and computers. Headphones? Nah. It doesn't really matter much informing me of the fact that they are a big company. I already knew that. If big meant better, beats by dre would be the best headphones of all time... But, no. That's not how it works. Any company, big or small, can be great. Now, please stop attacking my opinions with your opinions.


Please learn to have factual arguments. Facts vs opinions. Don't get emotional so quickly, it will ruin your day.
Thanks.
post #2882 of 3818
A couple days ago my sister was able to convince my mother to want to buy the Xiaomi Pistons that we both had. Before that my mother used all sorts of crappy earbuds until she settled on my sister's EarPods, which she said had good bass. Hopefully she'll go through with the purchase.

 

Still, the EarPods aren't that bad; in fact, they actually sound pretty good compared to the old earbuds.

post #2883 of 3818
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Originally Posted by thatBeatsguy View Post
 

Okay, now back on-topic: A couple days ago my sister was able to convince my mother to want to buy the Xiaomi Pistons that we both had. Before that my mother used all sorts of crappy earbuds until she settled on my sister's EarPods, which she said had good bass. Hopefully she'll go through with the purchase.

 

Still, the EarPods aren't that bad; in fact, they actually sound pretty good compared to the old earbuds.

The xiaomi pistons are indeed an excellent pair of IEMs. I managed to convince my friend to recommend them to his brother who was tired of the crappy sound quality of his apple earbuds. May the piston revolution begin!

post #2884 of 3818
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Originally Posted by BucketInABucket View Post
 

The xiaomi pistons are indeed an excellent pair of IEMs. I managed to convince my friend to recommend them to his brother who was tired of the crappy sound quality of his apple earbuds. May the piston revolution begin!

I believe you're pretty late to the part, then; the Pistons hype train left the station at least a month ago.

post #2885 of 3818
I meant where I lived :3
post #2886 of 3818
Well one of the guys who sits at my table at lunch looked at my TF10s for a solid few seconds when I had set them down. He really liked the cable.

I mean, it's a reaction thread. Says nothing about sound >.>
post #2887 of 3818
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Originally Posted by 62ohm View Post

I find it funny that many thread with dischorddubstep's post in it often ends up in an argument, and it seems that there aren't very many people here that likes him (some have even gone as far as blocking him).

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Originally Posted by Koolpep View Post

Indeed. Very divisive posts. But given his age I always think "well I was young and wild too" especially when your hormones go into overdrive and you become a man, well, we have all been there. But I agree, very opinionated (though he claims otherwise) without own experience to back it up. Anyhow, he will mellow down over time. rolleyes.gif I hope. I mean he raked up nearly a thousand posts and he only joined 3 months back or so...
well, I've mellowed a little bit. Whenever I first join a forum, I always am stupid, then get into a better frame of mind. At least I'm willing to admit this! And to everyone, restatement: I'm not biased by brand, only by what sound I'VE experienced. Sorry. I'm stupid like that at points. I thought that most manufacturers try to keep the sound on their headphones at least similar so people keep wanting to upgrade. Apparently not so with sennheiser according to you all. Again, sorry. Guess I'll check out their other lines.
post #2888 of 3818
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Originally Posted by DisCHORDDubstep View Post


well, I've mellowed a little bit. Whenever I first join a forum, I always am stupid, then get into a better frame of mind. At least I'm willing to admit this! And to everyone, restatement: I'm not biased by brand, only by what sound I'VE experienced. Sorry. I'm stupid like that at points. I thought that most manufacturers try to keep the sound on their headphones at least similar so people keep wanting to upgrade. Apparently not so with sennheiser according to you all. Again, sorry. Guess I'll check out their other lines.

Fair enough, hope to see many upcoming discussions smily_headphones1.gif

Cheers,
K
post #2889 of 3818
Dubstep sucks. I won't take headphone advice from a pony! Also sol republic is so much better than sennheiser!

Edited by Hapster - 5/2/14 at 6:57am
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That is the weird thing with Sennheiser. If a friend of mine likes my T1 but don't want pay the price, I can almost recommend them any cheaper Beyerdynamic alternatives in a heartbeat considering they would still have that "house sound" (Grado is the best example of a brand with adamant house sound).

 

Sennheiser never seem to be adamant with any particular sound signature, HD800 sounds absolutely different from their previous dynamic flagship, HD600 (or HD580 that is). But if you look at it from another way, it shows that they are not afraid of "starting from scratch".

 

I am not a Senn fanboy, nor am I a fanboy of any headphone brand actually. But the HD800 certainly makes me rethink of my view to Sennheiser. And that last line actually puts my post here on topic, because when I was not an audiophile, I don't see Senn to be a top brand.

post #2891 of 3818
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Originally Posted by 62ohm View Post

That is the weird thing with Sennheiser. If a friend of mine likes my T1 but don't want pay the price, I can almost recommend them any cheaper Beyerdynamic alternatives in a heartbeat considering they would still have that "house sound" (Grado is the best example of a brand with adamant house sound)

What exactly is house sound?
post #2892 of 3818
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Originally Posted by Hapster View Post


What exactly is house sound?

 

Try listening to multiple Grado cans and you will know what I'm on about.

post #2893 of 3818
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Originally Posted by Hapster View Post

What exactly is house sound?

Basically a specific sound signature or attributes that stay constant in most, if not all of a certain brands' headphones. Like FAD having really pronounced and forward mids.
post #2894 of 3818
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Originally Posted by Exesteils View Post

Basically a specific sound signature or attributes that stay constant in most, if not all of a certain brands' headphones. Like FAD having really pronounced and forward mids.

Hmm, okay thanks.
post #2895 of 3818
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Originally Posted by Hapster View Post

What exactly is house sound?


Good question. Especially if you ask about Sennheiser.

Compare Momentum, Amperior, HD25-1 II, HD 598, all headphones I own, and they are all so different in a blind test you would never think they are from the same company.

So am not sure that the usual: forward mids = Sennheiser, super treble = beyerdynamic actually holds true.

Cheers,
K
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