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post #16 of 18
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Originally Posted by TwelveTrains View Post

1. These headphones easy to drive from a portable device.
2. These headphones are comparable to size with some you listed.
3. The cable is detachable.
4. Don't be rude on the forum like that. I may not have the time to write you a detailed mini review. There is a wealth of information out there already about that. It would be more helpful on your part to appreciate a quick suggestion rather than criticise me for not going in depth enough. I might have a busy schedule, you don't know.

Well you're obviously not that busy as you had the time to write that.

And are you being serious? I'm not trying to be rude (which I wasn't overly rude in the slightest) for no reason. Just giving the name of the headphone isn't going to help me in the slightest. If you're actually going to spend the time browsing this section and post, you should actually attempt to help… not just give the name of a headphone. And if you're going to give the excuse that there's a wealth of other info, well… than why are you even responding? I've done plenty of research on headphones I'm interested in, and I haven't reached a conclusion… so I came here to get extra help.
post #17 of 18
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Originally Posted by Aristotle View Post

 Just giving the name of the headphone isn't going to help me in the slightest.

This is not right.

 

Three Steps here:

 

1-We take some time to read your requirements.

2-We take some other time to think about what headphones we think you should enjoy the most based on those requeriments.

3-We take some other time to write a reccomendation.

 

A good recomendation can point you in the right direction, make you save time and money.

 

I think Steps 1 and 2 are much more important (and often require much more time) than Step 3.

 

After all, you can easily find a lot of useful information about Sennheiser HD380 or SoundMagic HP100, here on Head-Fi, once you know that they exist and fit your requeriments quite well.

 

Best Luck!

post #18 of 18
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Originally Posted by Me x3 View Post

This is not right.

Three Steps here:

1-We take some time to read your requirements.
2-We take some other time to think about what headphones we think you should enjoy the most based on those requeriments.
3-We take some other time to write a reccomendation.

A good recomendation can point you in the right direction, make you save time and money.

I think Steps 1 and 2 are much more important (and often require much more time) than Step 3.

After all, you can easily find a lot of useful information about Sennheiser HD380 or SoundMagic HP100, here on Head-Fi, once you know that they exist and fit your requeriments quite well.

Best Luck!
Thank you for the input. I'm not very happy that this thread became so meta…

I adore posts like yours. The fact that you were kind and courteous is what is important. I just believe that a little more pointing in the right direction should be done than posting the name of the headphone. Even if it's just linking me to another thread, that's fine. But when egos are ablaze is when problems start.

I apologize to anyone I may have offended and would love to get back on topic.
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