Originally Posted by michaelxray
Do not worry, I understand a lot of fun.
But, how can I argue?
Much is not understood. Example:
009 Which technique? what he does with his technique? He is analytical and both musically and in terms of what distinguishes Stax 20 years ago - no comparison.
So, what special technique?
Then Ultrasone. There is not a Ultrasone headphones, which is really good.
Boom, boom, boom, and no man can endure a 10 edition long
Sennheiser HD800: Very good headphones, but a piece of technical sound
Audez'e: There was only one good Audez'e - LCD2 Rev1.
Hifiman: Let's give Dr. Fang Biang some time.
Grado: Not for all applications.
T1: 600 ohms - does not fit perfectly for all amps. Sonically not bad, but specific.
Wait just a little. The K812 shows them how it sounds when balance is perfect. And then they also understand what a 009 can not.
if you don't like the 600 ohm T1 grab the T90, almost the same can with 250 ohms and sadly a little more treble.
So there's one of your flaws tackled
and keep in mine Beyer realeased the T1 as 600 Ohm because it was marketed to an AudioPhile market, of which most of us have rather powerful high quality amps. In which 600 ohm headphones mesh very welll
getting on the subject of impedance, I am a little pissed the T90 is ONLY 250 ohms... but... it's not to bad. 250 still makes for a good bit of resitance.
Although my poor 32ohm W1000x is very picky with her amps, due to how sensitive she is. So a TOTL that is low impedance... seems like not that great of a thing
and honestly... the more I think about it, a 250-300 ohm ism can would be the middle ground for impedance. 250 is enough to pair with a powerful amp and still have a little bit of room, while it's also low enough to pair nicely with a Celluar+Amp
Or for us AudioPhiles, the 250 ohm plays nicely with our Hm 801 and DX 100s