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  1. Seidhepriest

    Reply to review by 'seidhepriest' on item 'Audio Technica ATH-M40FS Precision StudioPhones'

    BTW, it might be a different production batch, but the ones here are anything but bass-shy. They're accurate though, no exaggerations. Frequency response is close to straight-response monitor speakers. The MDR-V6, last time tried, were quite fatiguing and shouty in the treble.
  2. Seidhepriest

    Reply to review by 'seidhepriest' on item 'Audio Technica ATH-M40FS Precision StudioPhones'

    Also: the shielding now is copper braid, originally it was aluminium foil, which is worse.
  3. Seidhepriest

    Reply to review by 'seidhepriest' on item 'Audio Technica ATH-M40FS Precision StudioPhones'

    Read my own review for the details, here's a photo of the current setup: http://www.solarstudios.net/images/ATH-M40-Braid.jpg   In brief: silver-plated copper shielded wiring, Blu-tack driver stabilisation, Blu-tack, cotton, soft plastic fibre padding inside the cups (isolation++), 3.5 mm. fat...
  4. Seidhepriest

    Review by 'Seidhepriest' on item 'Audio Technica ATH-M40FS Precision StudioPhones'

    ATH-M50 prices have gone up (way up) and so the next logical choice was the ATH-M40, which was half the price. ATH-M40 has 40 mm. diaphragms unlike ATH-M50's 50 mm. Otherwise it's a fairly similar model; the accuracy is there too, although they're slightly colder (and faster). ATH-M40 have...
  5. Seidhepriest

    Reply to review by 'seidhepriest' on item 'AKG K 270 Studio'

    Your description sounds more like older AKG designs, e. g. K-240 Sextett, K-141 first edition, etc.
  6. HiSoundAudio Live Earbuds

    HiSoundAudio Live Earbuds

    The Live are earbuds designed to have a neutral, flat, accurate response like monitor speakers. This says it all; quoting from the manual, "Live are the first earbuds to feature backwave harmonic dissipation technology. This controls backwave harmonics by frequency shifts and removes backwave...
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