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post #16 of 31

I like teh Beats because they gotz bigger bass and don't look as nerdy /s


Edited by silverbox - 10/31/13 at 9:36pm
post #17 of 31

if you want to impress people by wearing fancy looking headphones, you might have some serious personality disorders. and if you think wearing fancy Beats headphones make you a cool person, and wearing another makes you a nerdy, you might fall in to that category. 

post #18 of 31
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Originally Posted by appsmarsterx View Post
 

if you want to impress people by wearing fancy looking headphones, you might have some serious personality disorders. and if you think wearing fancy Beats headphones make you a cool person, and wearing another makes you a nerdy, you might fall in to that category. 

Lol. But I do agree that some headphones really look ugly on heads. Like SRH940. I would not venture to wear them outside.

post #19 of 31

Haha, this is cute :)

post #20 of 31
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Originally Posted by appsmarsterx View Post

if you want to impress people by wearing fancy looking headphones, you might have some serious personality disorders. and if you think wearing fancy Beats headphones make you a cool person, and wearing another makes you a nerdy, you might fall in to that category. 


People nowadays can't possible be that ignorant. New beats studio is good looking and now very good sounding. You buy it for both reasons. No one nowadays buys beats to impress others or gain popularity, but to listen and be in a daze at how good looking it is. That's why it's a "Lifestyle Headphone". Just like the person who mention the srh940 above said, I don't see myself wearing that headphone outside as well.


P.s- don't see myself wearing most of the headphones being recommended by lots of people either lol😋😝. I personally love headphones that snug over my ears like the Sony mdr-1r in silver of course😊. Can't wait for the mdr-1r mk2😁. If course I have more snug headphones, but don't want to get over myself. Love how the new beats studio are more snug as well. That's just me, dont judge😤
post #21 of 31
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Originally Posted by -Conan- View Post


People nowadays can't possible be that ignorant. New beats studio is good looking and now very good sounding. You buy it for both reasons. No one nowadays buys beats to impress others or gain popularity, but to listen and be in a daze at how good looking it is. That's why it's a "Lifestyle Headphone". Just like the person who mention the srh940 above said, I don't see myself wearing that headphone outside as well.


P.s- don't see myself wearing most of the headphones being recommended by lots of people either lol😋😝. I personally love headphones that snug over my ears like the Sony mdr-1r in silver of course😊. Can't wait for the mdr-1r mk2😁. If course I have more snug headphones, but don't want to get over myself. Love how the new beats studio are more snug as well. That's just me, dont judge😤

 

What?! Beats is a headphone?:blink:

 

I thought it was a necklace. Because everyone who has it wears it like this.

This is how I use my Beats PRO.

I thought it was the new version of this.

Don't tell me that's a real clock too.

 

I guess Beats is suppose to be the new version of this? Because they should sound exactly the same with the same amount of isolation, and you'll be cool and a somebody if you have it.

 

 

I do agree with you about wearing shure headphones outside. I don't want to look like this.

That's a real unmodified Shure headphone. :D 

Actually that's how most people look like when wearing any/all audiophile headphones.


Edited by RoMee - 11/1/13 at 8:53am
post #22 of 31

Hello,  my young audiophile friend :

 

In a few lines, I think it is a mistake to convince people that what you buy is garbage, waste time, patience and in some cases you are excluding yourself, most of the line "beats" is very bad, to exepccion of "pro "even so have quite overpriced for what they cost, however are popular because they are a fashion, better think those are wrong raising his listening (with the headphones and the music) are definitely them.

 

You should always think that you are unique and special, never compare yourself to the "mainstream", common people.

 

Greetings.

post #23 of 31

ATH M50s are amazing. I think their biggest drawback is their bulky design. If Audio Technica could fit the sound of the M50 in headphones styled similarly to something like the Pioneer HDJ2000 I think they'd have a winning combo. I'd pay more for a good design!

post #24 of 31
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Originally Posted by RoMee View Post
 

 

What?! Beats is a headphone?:blink:

 

I thought it was a necklace. Because everyone who has it wears it like this.

This is how I use my Beats PRO.

I thought it was the new version of this.

Don't tell me that's a real clock too.

 

I guess Beats is suppose to be the new version of this? Because they should sound exactly the same with the same amount of isolation, and you'll be cool and a somebody if you have it.

 

 

I do agree with you about wearing shure headphones outside. I don't want to look like this.

That's a real unmodified Shure headphone. :D 

Actually that's how most people look like when wearing any/all audiophile headphones.

Damn. Even indoor, I feel hesitant wearing them around my friends. It's sad.

post #25 of 31
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Originally Posted by RoMee View Post

What?! Beats is a headphone?blink.gif

I thought it was a necklace. Because everyone who has it wears it like this.


This is how I use my Beats PRO.
I thought it was the new version of this.


Don't tell me that's a real clock too.

I guess Beats is suppose to be the new version of this? Because they should sound exactly the same with the same amount of isolation, and you'll be cool and a somebody if you have it.




I do agree with you about wearing shure headphones outside. I don't want to look like this.


That's a real unmodified Shure headphone. biggrin.gif  
Actually that's how most people look like when wearing any/all audiophile headphones.



Haha, this is epic lol. Unfortunately, these ppl r the ones who buy headphones as a accessory and not for listening😪. They don't count as ppl who actually wants the new studio for their looks and "LISTENING" 😋
Edited by -Conan- - 11/1/13 at 4:22pm
post #26 of 31
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ATH M50s are amazing. I think their biggest drawback is their bulky design. If Audio Technica could fit the sound of the M50 in headphones styled similarly to something like the Pioneer HDJ2000 I think they'd have a winning combo. I'd pay more for a good design!


Thumb this up....so true. If we didn't pay extra for the good design, we will simply have wires connected to speakers and other components on our heads. U can imagine how hurtful that'll be lol. I'll pay a lil more to the company who makes good sounding headphones with a unique awesome features and design 😎😎😋....and it just so happens that the new studios fit that Category.....not the best....but still one of them😋
Edited by -Conan- - 11/1/13 at 4:33pm
post #27 of 31

The young people who come on this site, ready to amaze with their newfound knowledge of Beats-are-amazing, commit the very acts that they lambaste against. They go off and buy things that make them feel better than other people, they're very closed-minded about it, and they indulge in self-confirmatory circlejerk discussions all the way through. 

 

The pretense of exclusivity you have with any Beats owner is still there with these fol. They merely have a different audience to revel in.

 

I'll be frank here.

 

I highly doubt that anyone here spreading the gospel of "better sound and better value propositions", advocating for knowledge and a New Audio Order, I doubt they are being sincere in the slightest. I think that's a whole load of codswallop. 

 

I think that they're being very insecure.

 

They're very insecure and they want to compensate by buying things better than everyone else, and letting everyone else know so.

 

I particularly find the whole value argument to be very amusing. 

You're preaching on Head-Fi here, home of buying-expensive-makes-you-feel-better, might have taken a wrong left turn at Albuquerque, no? 

 

This topic has been beaten to a pulp. The number of threads that ask this question number in the thousands. A quick search through the forums will make this obvious.

Of course, it's gotten progressively better as I would have thought - bashing on Beats seemed to have gone out of vogue with the teeny-bopper hipsters this year, but on occasion you have something like this pop up.

 

There are plenty of endeavours of projecting self-insecurity onto materialistic objects on this site as it is. Can't a mod lock this thread?

post #28 of 31
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I like teh Beats because they gotz bigger bass and don't look as nerdy /s

Ok dude, there's two advantages to beats:

 

1). They're one of the most comfy headphones out there; you can wear them for hours and won't have to take them off because they don't mess up your ears

2). They look somewhat cool

 

Other than that they suck crap.  So no offence, but if you think beats are good ("beats" and "good" shouldn't be used in the same sentence) than this forum probably isn't the right place for you.  By all means stay, but the general consensus around here is that beats stink and they're overpriced peaces of crap.  If you think beats' base is good, than your ears must be damaged or something.  The base is muddy and very unclear.  Try something like Beyerdynamic DT880s with a FiiO E07K portable amp.  So far that's the best setup I've had while listening to rap.  If you're listening to rock, listen to the ATH-M50s with the same portable amp.  If it's club/house/rave your listening to, then go with Sennheiser HD 25s.

post #29 of 31
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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post
 

The young people who come on this site, ready to amaze with their newfound knowledge of Beats-are-amazing, commit the very acts that they lambaste against. They go off and buy things that make them feel better than other people, they're very closed-minded about it, and they indulge in self-confirmatory circlejerk discussions all the way through. 

 

The pretense of exclusivity you have with any Beats owner is still there with these fol. They merely have a different audience to revel in.

 

I'll be frank here.

 

I highly doubt that anyone here spreading the gospel of "better sound and better value propositions", advocating for knowledge and a New Audio Order, I doubt they are being sincere in the slightest. I think that's a whole load of codswallop. 

 

I think that they're being very insecure.

 

They're very insecure and they want to compensate by buying things better than everyone else, and letting everyone else know so.

 

I particularly find the whole value argument to be very amusing. 

You're preaching on Head-Fi here, home of buying-expensive-makes-you-feel-better, might have taken a wrong left turn at Albuquerque, no? 

 

This topic has been beaten to a pulp. The number of threads that ask this question number in the thousands. A quick search through the forums will make this obvious.

Of course, it's gotten progressively better as I would have thought - bashing on Beats seemed to have gone out of vogue with the teeny-bopper hipsters this year, but on occasion you have something like this pop up.

 

There are plenty of endeavours of projecting self-insecurity onto materialistic objects on this site as it is. Can't a mod lock this thread?


Personally I'm hoping they get round to bashing the MDR 1R soon.

 

Or maybe some IEM's.

 

No If you're wearing a full size headphone to school, you are not doing it because you like music.

 

We need more threads that start with F***, that's the true sign of a class site!

post #30 of 31
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Originally Posted by gogotheyogrtman View Post
 

Ok dude, there's two advantages to beats:

 

1). They're one of the most comfy headphones out there; you can wear them for hours and won't have to take them off because they don't mess up your ears

2). They look somewhat cool

 

Other than that they suck crap.  So no offence, but if you think beats are good ("beats" and "good" shouldn't be used in the same sentence) than this forum probably isn't the right place for you.  By all means stay, but the general consensus around here is that beats stink and they're overpriced peaces of crap.  If you think beats' base is good, than your ears must be damaged or something.  The base is muddy and very unclear.  Try something like Beyerdynamic DT880s with a FiiO E07K portable amp.  So far that's the best setup I've had while listening to rap.  If you're listening to rock, listen to the ATH-M50s with the same portable amp.  If it's club/house/rave your listening to, then go with Sennheiser HD 25s.

You did see the "/s" at the end of that post you were replying to... right?

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