EVERYTHING though i'm not really into rock or opera. I do have a few rock songs that i really like.
Value of headphone i.e. price vs performance is EVERYTHING to me. I'm a uni student so every dollar matters. Ideally an iem/headphone should sound twice as good if it costs twice as much but of course most of the time that's not the case and i understand that.
-Natural sounding!!!! That's the whole point of headphones right? to reproduce the sound as accurately as possible for full immersion.
-Slightly elevated bass. I'm a big fan of Sony's bass (e.g. Sony mdr1A), it's slightly elevated but not as much as Monster/Beats yet sounds controlled.
-A bit of warmth
-Detail + clarity/separation
-basically I like a mild L shaped sound signature. Bass should be slightly elevated yet mids/vocals and highs should be detailed and clear. Would appreciate a slightly elevated high which sparkles.
-All the things you are - carly Simon
-wild thoughts (medasin remix version)
-Take five - Dave Brubeck Quartet
-over the rainbow - pentatonix
- permutated - haywyre, zeros
-Can't take my eyes off you - Andy Williams
-Time - Hans Zimmer
- haven't met you yet - Michael Bublé
- gravity - john Mayer
- isn't she lovely - Sungha Jung
- movie - Tom misch
- entre dos aguas- Paco De Lucia
- love never felt so good - Michael Jackson
- no role models - j Cole
- bad to the bone- carolyn wonderland
- hang glide- anomalie
- walk around bell test, height center bell test, four surround sound test - Dr Chesky
-Phillip O'neil THE SNUG SHO8800/28 (headphone).
These were my first decent sounding headphones which i received when i was young, around 8 yrs ago. Before all i had were second hand headphones that my dad scavenged for free. Think i got these for $35-45 AUD and they sounded very good for the price. From memory they sounded nearly as good as the Sony mdrzx600 i currently use which retail for $100-120AUD though i got mine for 50$. The Phillips even had a detachable cable and the wire was fabric braided so never tangled. Sadly lost them during a holiday but thanks to that i found the Sony mdrzx600.