Head Gear Reviews by Byakushiki
  1. Ultimate Ears Triple.fi 10 Pro Earphones Gun Metal Blue with Roadie Case

    5.00 star(s)
    9.2.12 (or 2/9/12 for US)   I received a very small USPS package with my supposedly "new in open box" TF10's. The box, actually, was still sealed, and was from the Amazon Black Friday sale. For a brand new TF10, it's a pretty good price considering it's much after Black Friday. Anyways, some pictures of the box and what was inside...And what it looks like now. And no, dual flange does not mean massive ear aches.     Sound-wise: Out of the box, they felt slightly V-shaped in FR. Vocals weren't as emphasized as I liked, and there was a...
  2. Pioneer HDJ-500K DJ Headphones (Black)

    4.00 star(s)
    After having these DJ headphones for about a month, I can see I'm fairly impressed despite the fragile appearance and the frequency response graph. UnEQ'd, mids and trebles will be slightly veiled(take it with a grain of salt) due to the bassy sound signature of these headphones; they are for DJ's after all, not studio use. The response is far better than when they were out of the box though. Rock: These are...Well, I'd say neutral on speed (they don't attack, nor do they lag too much when listening to rock). You will get a blast listening to drum...
  3. Altec Lansing UHP326 Backbeat Series In Ear Headphone with Ultimate Ears technology

    4.50 star(s)
    I'll just go and rewrite this...   Anyways, these would be my 2 year old IEMs that I still haven't managed to break. Pretty impressive considering how many times I've shoved them into jeans pockets. Anyways, onto the sound.   They're a very aggressive sounding IEM, with an apparent spike in the mids and a slight spike in the bass. This makes it a fun listen though, without being too fatiguing.   The highs remain fairly clear and detailed, without being piercing in any way. It doesn't hurt to add a treble boost EQ to these and a slight...
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