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post #691 of 1128

lol you are so bad ;).

post #692 of 1128

Hahaha Mimouille...

 

People like you give a more true, attractive, artistic, funny, mysterious, living, sensitive, not always rational way to give impressions instead of those only searching for graphs, label, control, graphs, label, control, graphs, label, control, graphs, label, control, graphs label, control, graps, label, control...... (

 

I am also kidding and going into extremes like some others do... 


Edited by sly_in_the_sky - 6/27/13 at 1:58am
post #693 of 1128
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No no no you are wrong my fellow receptable of frequencies. The SM64 are unnaceptable. And all FAD iems are unnaceptable. And the Sui is a poor attempt at an IEM. And the 4ai are unnaceptable. And the Tera player is unnaceptable. And I am forgetting all the other things that are unnaceptable and should be controlled and banned by the CEIDOS (Commission for Elimination of IEMs and DAPs with Original Signature).

 

On the other hand, the new DIY model build by the Commission, the Flat-o-Phone X, is the only acceptable IEM. It has a purely flat graph. It is said that it is so boring, you could use it to put Iggy Pop to bed after he took 10 grams of blow. However it is perfectly flat. And it comes in brightish grey (not too bright), neutral grey and darkish grey (not too dark). It goes great with the Commission's new grey uniforms with the "In Graph We Trust" logo in the back. I love to listen to frequency testing sounds in the morning when walking towards the Graphing Mega-Complex.

 

This post means offense to no one, I am really just kidding (just in case the Commission does exist).


Post of the week.

post #694 of 1128

Totally agreeeeee.....

 

Big Brother of flat sound is watching you...

 

And your posts....

post #695 of 1128
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Totally agreeeeee.....

 

Big Brother of flat sound is watching you...

 

Maybe we can use these graphs of the IEMs and make a mural. For the ones not so flat maybe a Kaleidoscope. biggrin.gif

post #696 of 1128
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Maybe we can use these graphs of the IEMs and make a mural. For the ones not so flat maybe a Kaleidoscope. biggrin.gif

 

Ahhh thank you Mimouille and Lee... Now I am laughing and love Head-fi again...;-)

post #697 of 1128
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It could also be the hardware they are using to measure...  Older hardware, knowing that EarSonics is an older company, requires pink noise to be used on their FFT/RTA systems.  I don't understand the reason why everyone's ragging on EarSonics for using pink noise?


A bit late but allow me to join in biggrin.gif

 

I never recall any testing jig for audiologists that only has the pink noise option. Besides why didn't they average the result before publishing it? That'd smooth out the curve better and I'd be surprised if they didn't know about this or there's no such function on their software.

 

On the site note, haven't seen xnor around for awhile. Things happened?


Edited by tranhieu - 6/27/13 at 2:24am
post #698 of 1128
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A bit late but allow me to join in biggrin.gif

I never recall any testing jig for audiologists that only has the pink noise option. Besides why didn't they average the result before publishing it? That'd smooth out the curve better and I'd be surprised if they didn't know about this or there's no such function on their software.

On the site note, haven't seen xnor around for awhile. Things happened?

They did provide a smoothed graph. That got them burned, so someone posted the raw as well. Then they get burned for using pink noise.

RTA software is normally designed for pink noise (what it looked like they used) while most FFT are made for sweeps, some only do pink noise as well though. Tyll has used (mobile) software that was designed for pink noise only as well.
post #699 of 1128

Wow. Still at it, huh. I'm sure it's been over a month since one party has been antagonizing this thread. I only know of one other character who can be so tenacious and obnoxious for such an extended period of time, with the same kind of self-assurance...

 

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post #700 of 1128

Say that to Ink and others....everywere he goes, Heir, Vsonic now Earsonics and I m sure in others thread I dont know, it's always the same... 

 

For him, every company he attacks is stupid and we all are deaf.... 

 

if it was just me, I would just post one or two negatives posts without inisting...and not beginning insulting people skills...........it's not the case for everybody and I am really tired to see desinformations and peope judging a product JUST by doing graphs...and not allways listening/trying them.

 

I promess, it's the last post for a while for me on Head-fi. 

 

I already have enough problems in life, music and sharing impressions (from real listeners) should be for fun.... 


Edited by sly_in_the_sky - 6/27/13 at 7:53am
post #701 of 1128
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Say that to Ink and others....everywere he goes, Heir, Vsonic now Earsonics and I m sure in others thread I know, it's always the same... 

 

For him, every company he attacks is stupid and we all are deaf.... 

 

if it was just me, I would just post one or two negatives posts without inisting...it's not the case for everybody and I am really tired to see desinformations and peope judging a product JUST by doing graphs...and not allways listening/trying them.

It seems to be his holy mission so....don't stand between a man and his crusade!

post #702 of 1128

Yeah and he wants to let people think that it's to help audiophile's humanity....dt880smile.png

 

When someone spend so much time just critisizing, one should just beginn to wonder....WHY?......

 

I'm sure people is more smart than this...

 

I'm out...


Edited by sly_in_the_sky - 6/27/13 at 7:51am
post #703 of 1128
Well, to his defense, the curve looks like ass. Too bad the phone sounds so darn good. I've been trying not to like it, but failing miserably.
post #704 of 1128

Do the sets people are receiving and liking sound like this?  It shouldn't be too hard to fire up Sinegen or something on your computer to confirm whether your set actually has the 5kHz cutoff.  You can even compare it to 4kHz and 6kHz and find out roughly how far down 5kHz is.

 

Perhaps modern pop recordings are so overloaded with compressed "information" that cutting out part of the spectrum actually sometimes helps the brain listen more easily?  In that case this is an indictment to the sad state of modern recordings?


Edited by Joe Bloggs - 6/27/13 at 9:47am
post #705 of 1128
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Originally Posted by tinyman392 View Post


They did provide a smoothed graph. That got them burned, so someone posted the raw as well. Then they get burned for using pink noise.

RTA software is normally designed for pink noise (what it looked like they used) while most FFT are made for sweeps, some only do pink noise as well though. Tyll has used (mobile) software that was designed for pink noise only as well.


I'm not sure which one they often use in clinics and hospitals, but as far as I can tell from looking at the graphs generated by those jigs there's no pink noise involved, which makes perfect sense if you're using these measurements for calibrating hearing aids.

 

I wasn't talking about those graphs smoothed with a 1/2 ratio. I was referring to the average of multiple measurements.

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