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I sure hope so. It's scary to think you could pay $3600 for a 'non-neutral' headphone. They should pick the most 'accurate' sound, whatever that is.
I'm anxious to find out how it really sounds, the final product.
"Hopefully" never sounds very hopeful, does it :floatsmile:
I think that's your answer right there. It's the solid build and minimum movement in the frame that leaves little room for unwanted resonances and...
Probably. That's where I got mine. But I had to wait until they got the titanium. O'rigginally they only offered the gold.
Anyone have any...
We will have to hear them. That's the only way to know what's really going on.
Or in "headphone years". It always seemingly takes forever.
I forgot about these. I'd joined the drop about two years ago I think. But how time flies.
Heeeey! Nice to see you back!
Good luck and best wishes Tyll. It was an interesting and fun 24 years beginning with the SR60. Enjoy life and have fun.
Or people who spend their time comparing one headphone to another without a proper original frame of reference, i.e. actual live sounds. If that's...
And the HD800S is for people who live in big houses?
I like them a lot. They have a flavor, but a very musical one.
It means that they are two different sounds. Perhaps.