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Originally Posted by gmahler2u View Post
 

Hi Roxanne ower.

 

I'm just curious about people who receive their Roxanne, what is your setting of the control box?

 

Thanks:popcorn: 


You mean the bass control pots? If so, I have mine on about 1-2pm.


Edited by bearFNF - 2/7/14 at 2:58pm
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I'm getting my Roxannes back on Monday. I would usually change mine from the lowest setting to 1 o'clock depending on the song.
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Originally Posted by lewisbot View Post

I'm getting my Roxannes back on Monday. I would usually change mine from the lowest setting to 1 o'clock depending on the song.

 

You send them in for a re-fit or something?

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Originally Posted by lewisbot View Post

I'm getting my Roxannes back on Monday. I would usually change mine from the lowest setting to 1 o'clock depending on the song.

ok.  Thanks.

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Originally Posted by bearFNF View Post
 


You mean the bass control pots? If so, I have mine on about 1-2pm.

yes, it is I meant bass control pot. Thanks

post #3500 of 6795
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Originally Posted by bearFNF View Post

You send them in for a re-fit or something?

Yep. I didn't want to part with them, so I sent them in after having them for two weeks.
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Originally Posted by gmahler2u View Post
 

Hi Roxanne ower.

 

I'm just curious about people who receive their Roxanne, what is your setting of the control box?

 

Thanks:popcorn: 

 

 

8 am, but I imagine that with bass light music, anything up to 2 pm would be good.


Edited by JAG87 - 2/7/14 at 3:08pm
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Mine's on 10 o'clock.

post #3503 of 6795
It was mentioned before as a guide for the amount of bass, 2 o'clock position is similar to JH13 and 4 o'clock for JH16.
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and -0.5dB at 8 o'clock and flat at 9 o'clock
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Thanks everyone for your response. :biggrin:

 

Now I can't go to sleep.

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Originally Posted by Bluebear View Post
 

 

What about those planar magnetic headphones? I don't think they work on a concave principle.

Planar magnetic technology headphones have flat two dimensional presentation of soundstage. There is no soundfield, no depth, no third dimension. The sound have width but no depth, it seems to be stuck on a wall. To me that is a big minus for planar magnetic headphones.

post #3507 of 6795
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Planar magnetic technology headphones have flat two dimensional presentation of soundstage. There is no soundfield, no depth, no third dimension. The sound have width but no depth, it seems to be stuck on a wall. To me that is a big minus for planar magnetic headphones.

Are you sure? Most if not all of the TOTL headphones like Oppo-1, entire Audeze range of headphones like Lcd2/3/X/XC, He-6, etc. are planar magnetic. Won't that mean they are all inferior to normal dynamic headphones?
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Planar magnetic technology headphones have flat two dimensional presentation of soundstage. There is no soundfield, no depth, no third dimension. The sound have width but no depth, it seems to be stuck on a wall. To me that is a big minus for planar magnetic headphones.

Can you post a link of your source for this comment? The depth of the music has nothing to do with the shape of the diaphram. Regardless of the type of drivers usef the basic principle is the same. Sound is produced by the vibration of the driver's diaphram.

Depth is just a perception how a driver produces specific sounds relative to each instruments in the scene. Say a cymbal sounds softer than a guitar or vocals create an illusion the drums is behind the guitar. Now it depends on how soft the cymbals relative to the guitar creates the virtual depth. Now if you factor in the left and right channel balance give you the coordinates of an instrument on a virtual soundstage.

I have never read from anywhere the shape of the diaphram influences any aspect of a drivers ability to produce sound.
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Originally Posted by Bluebear View Post


Are you sure? Most if not all of the TOTL headphones like Oppo-1, entire Audeze range of headphones like Lcd2/3/X/XC, He-6, etc. are planar magnetic. Won't that mean they are all inferior to normal dynamic headphones?

They are inferior in spacial arrangement in depth of the instruments on the soundstage.


Edited by zorin - 2/8/14 at 1:09am
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This OT and total BS.
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