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Originally Posted by Zojokkeli View Post

Can we have a separate Beats bashing/discussion thread instead of flooding this one with page after page of offtopic? I'd rather read (often funny) stories about audiophile and non-audiophile worlds clashing than why Beats do or don't suck.


Agree. This topic turned into a place where a bunch of idiots come to show off their "superiority" by writting stuck up and ignorant comments about headphones they've never heard in their life. Because we all know that saying "beats suck lol" instantly turns you into a engineer with 20 years of working experience in headphone development.
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Originally Posted by penmarker View Post

Didn't quote your post and it looked like I got lost from somewhere in another thread. LOL
I'm so excited for the Kommand. The build description alone made my mouth water.

Did they told you that it features a deteachable cable? tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post

Did they told you that it features a deteachable cable? tongue.gif
I've only had the VSD3S that features a detachable cable and no other earphones. Yea the description did mention that, I'm pretty excited especially with the swappable tip filters.
I asked a bunch of questions through PM, I could probably tell others about it later if they're fine with it.
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Originally Posted by penmarker View Post

I've only had the VSD3S that features a detachable cable and no other earphones. Yea the description did mention that, I'm pretty excited especially with the swappable tip filters.
I asked a bunch of questions through PM, I could probably tell others about it later if they're fine with it.

Bob @ RockJaw is the friendliest person I met and he listens to advice and kept us updated!

My friends actually now made a list of what headphones they wish to borrow next after listening to some of them or after over hearing what their friends said after testing it.

ONE OF US! ONE OF US!
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Me and my brother went to RadioShack and auditioned the skullcap Roc Nation Aviators. He said he'd pay 7 dollars for it, because they sounded the same as his KTXPRO1 (which he stole from me), and they were trying g to rob him. Me? I agree. I'd pay a max of 50 dollars for it, cuz they were really comfy.

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Most response that i got from them is, "it sounds flat, but not enough bass" or "wow, it's very clear", hahaha. Remind me of my own comment when i started all these hifi fun.
post #3757 of 3760
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Originally Posted by Dark_wizzie View Post
 

Audiophiles are supposed to have esoteric interests, smell like butterflies, and criticize people who are different from us.

 

Didn't you get the memo?

 

No. I am not a condescending ******, thank you very much.

post #3758 of 3760
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Originally Posted by iAmCodeMonkey View Post
 

 

No. I am not a condescending ******, thank you very much.

You're welcome?

post #3759 of 3760
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Originally Posted by Dark_wizzie View Post
 

You're welcome?

 

Sorry if that came off as harsh, but criticizing other people's choices "just because" is pretty weird. I could not tell if you were joking or not. 

post #3760 of 3760
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Originally Posted by iAmCodeMonkey View Post
 

 

Sorry if that came off as harsh, but criticizing other people's choices "just because" is pretty weird. I could not tell if you were joking or not. 

It's sarcasm for the most part. It's not sarcasm to the people who actually fit into the description.

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