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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post

*face plam* I know what mids are thank you for the 4'th time. And yes it has a Upper bass lower mid dip and it sounds like that. The extra bass gives the mids some weight but the lack of lower mids kinda makes them sound a little thin, the Dt 990 has a simmilar sound but with more of  balance of Weight and Body, where as the Ath a900x just lacks mids body...  

I wasn't referring to the frequency range definitions, which I don't agree with btw (their bass for example goes up to 250 Hz), but the adjectives above the equalizer bands, such as boom/punch, warmth, tinny etc.

 

 

(And btw, I was just defining those ranges once in #39 to ensure we're talking about the same thing. It was in no way my intention to imply that you don't know what I'm talking about.)


Edited by xnor - 8/20/13 at 8:04am
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Originally Posted by xnor View Post

I wasn't referring to the frequency range definitions, which I don't agree with btw (their bass for example goes up to 250 Hz), but the adjectives above the equalizer bands, such as boom/punch, warmth, tinny etc.

 

 

(And btw, I was just defining those ranges once in #39 to ensure we're talking about the same thing. It was in no way my intention to imply that you don't know what I'm talking about.)

Indeed don't mind me >.>

 

And yea it's a shame the graphs and sound don't match all that well.  I was still suprised to see an ATH can beat by an AKG on mids :O I though ATH was know for mid forward brighter cans? Or is the W1000x some big step forward for them xD 

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