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post #3931 of 3941
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Originally Posted by Danpyre View Post

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I'd be more inclined to counter your argument if you had quoted the right words.  If you, for some reason, want to know why I think there aren't any other audiophiles at my school, I'll explain.
1) I live in West Virginia.  Do research on this state, and you'll know what I mean.
2) I've already tried to see if there are any others like me.  In the band, the best headphones besides mine are $40 Sony on ear headphones.  The best headphones I have seen in the school are Beats Pro's.  Other than that, I've seen wireless Sony's, my own WoodTones, Apple Earpods, fake Monster on ear DNA's.
3) The only people I haven't really checked are all of the teachers, and music theory.  Those are the most likely to have good HP's.

Maybe make a badge that you can wear/clip on your bag. "The only audiophile in school" "We are a special breed" "Alpha Delta Phi" are some ideas.

In other news, I have rediscovered my love for grado smily_headphones1.gif cheap but awesome for the price
post #3932 of 3941
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Originally Posted by Danpyre View Post

I'd be more inclined to counter your argument if you had quoted the right words.  If you, for some reason, want to know why I think there aren't any other audiophiles at my school, I'll explain.
1) I live in West Virginia.  Do research on this state, and you'll know what I mean.
2) I've already tried to see if there are any others like me.  In the band, the best headphones besides mine are $40 Sony on ear headphones.  The best headphones I have seen in the school are Beats Pro's.  Other than that, I've seen wireless Sony's, my own WoodTones, Apple Earpods, fake Monster on ear DNA's.
3) The only people I haven't really checked are all of the teachers, and music theory.  Those are the most likely to have good HP's.

I personally carry my TekFusion TwinWoofer around with me when I am out to keep things low and sometimes I act dumb about audio when reaching out new people.
post #3933 of 3941
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Originally Posted by BillsonChang007 View Post


I personally carry my TekFusion TwinWoofer around with me when I am out to keep things low and sometimes I act dumb about audio when reaching out new people.

 

Not even kidding, I had a dream about those TwinWoofer IEMs last night. I don't ever dream about headphones, so that was pretty weird.

 

I've just booked flights for overseas in January, and I've got some flights for work coming up next month, I have every intention of using my FiiO X5 stack with CIEMs and/or Mad Dogs whilst on the flight. 

 

I would laugh if I saw someone else rocking a similar setup.. 

 

Would you say anything to them if you saw something similar? 

post #3934 of 3941
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Originally Posted by White Lotus View Post

Not even kidding, I had a dream about those TwinWoofer IEMs last night. I don't ever dream about headphones, so that was pretty weird.

I've just booked flights for overseas in January, and I've got some flights for work coming up next month, I have every intention of using my FiiO X5 stack with CIEMs and/or Mad Dogs whilst on the flight. 

I would laugh if I saw someone else rocking a similar setup.. 

Would you say anything to them if you saw something similar? 

The TwinWoofer is amazing IMO but you need to believe in driver "burn-in" in order for TwinWoofer to do the magic.

I will actually say hi and have a good chat with him if I say someone with good rigs while on a flight. It's going to be a long journey so a good chat will help to kill boredom biggrin.gif
post #3935 of 3941
i nearly vomited at the sight of my friend pretending to be a DJ with a pair of razer krakens.
post #3936 of 3941
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Originally Posted by TripBitShooter View Post

i nearly vomited at the sight of my friend pretending to be a DJ with a pair of razer krakens.
please... Go on. I wanna hear about this. LOL popcorn.gif
post #3937 of 3941
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Originally Posted by TripBitShooter View Post

i nearly vomited at the sight of my friend pretending to be a DJ with a pair of razer krakens.

Oh, good Lord.

 

EDIT: I actually have a pair of Razer Krakens right here. You just gave me an idea. :D


Edited by thatBeatsguy - 10/20/14 at 6:27am
post #3938 of 3941
NO DONT DO IT @thatBeatsguy.

Lol nvm just do it.

@DisCHORDDubstep i just looked away and stared at my M50x and FiiO X1. I stopped feeling legit dizzy after a while.
Edited by TripBitShooter - 10/20/14 at 7:39am
post #3939 of 3941

Razer Kraken sounds like a goose trying to imitate a piano.

post #3940 of 3941
i think the E panda limited edition one sounds different from the original. it sounds really dry. also very mid bassy
post #3941 of 3941
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Originally Posted by penmarker View Post
 

Razer Kraken sounds like a goose trying to imitate a piano.

LOL. Can't say it sounds honky though; just really, really veiled and bassy.

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