Originally Posted by EF88
So...a straight line is best?? By the way...I was talking about the 325is which has significantly more bass than a 325i, in my opinion.
That is the 325is. HeadRoom doesn't offer the SR325i, just the SR325is so I would assume the graph is of that.
Also, a straight line is balanced. That isn't good or bad, it just is. If you like neutral, its good, if you prefer r/v/n/u/whatever shaped sound signatures, then it is bad. Since we are talking about Beats and headphones that are better than them, we should be looking for frequency response graphs that show a ton near the left, i.e. headphones for bassheads.
Originally Posted by TMRaven
Beats headphones are about to lose their 1miillion dollar headphone mascot.
Monster is losing Dr. Dre, but Beats Audio is its own thing. Monster already has other celebrities lined up as well. It seems like the Diamond Tears and other new stuff is a lot better than Beats (though still overpriced), but I haven't tried any of them so I'll reserve judgement until then.
Edited by ThinkAwesome - 3/15/13 at 6:09pm