Originally Posted by DefQon
I really love the logic here, add bit of dampening = MOAR BASS. Not to knock on your efforts but any measurements to back up the claims?
Ok, you are probably right most of the times here. But, I think, asking for measurements to back up the claims is not fair. Imagine if someone ask this simple question to anyone who says something here: "Any measurements to back up the claims?"
First of all, measurements are only measurements. Measuring sound is quite complicated and measuring how an unknown person subjectively perceive sound is fairly impossible.
Sound perceived by a person depends on a big number of variables, and most of those variables aren't taken in care when someone decide to measure a headphone frecuency response or %THD, etc. (As you should know)
Then I can't get your point asking for measurements. And I'm sure you knew the answer to your question from the begining.
Many people here claims things that are not true or at least are very difficult to prove.
Those things are just the result of subjectively thinking and writing. People with a lot of experience here often take much more care after claiming something like "20% more bass"
radi9red: Junior Head-Fi-er
DefQon: Headphoneus Supremus
Being such an experienced head-fi'er writing to a relatively new one, you could have said the same things in a different way, just to encourage him to keep learning, modding and contributing to the Head-Fi comunity.