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  1. R-Audiohead

    Reply to review by 'r-audiohead' on item 'Torque Audio t103z'

    So I see you went with them Deviltooth ;)  -- Great input, I haven't compared them too closely but considering the main shortfall of the SE215 is treble extension to my ears, I am not surprised by your impression.
  2. R-Audiohead

    Reply to review by 'r-audiohead' on item 'Torque Audio t103z'

    The versatility is very nice, especially now that more valves exist for this unit.  I have yet to try the new valves (may attempt to re-establish contact with Torque and see if I can get a sample to review).  I do wish they were a little better for me ergonomically as they do not physically fit...
  3. R-Audiohead

    Reply to review by 'r-audiohead' on item 'Torque Audio t103z'

    To me, "value" is used to describe worth. The level of sound quality that you get for the price paid is about on par and the ability to switch to a better suited sound to the type of music you're listening to is valuable. In other words, this is a cheap option when comparing the...
  4. R-Audiohead

    Reply to review by 'r-audiohead' on item 'Torque Audio t103z'

    To me, "value" is used to describe worth. The level of sound quality that you get for the price paid is about on par and the ability to switch to a better suited sound to the type of music you're listening to is valuable. In other words, this is a cheap option when comparing the...
  5. R-Audiohead

    Review by 'R-Audiohead' on item 'Torque Audio t103z'

    For anyone who has read any of my previous reviews on the KRK-KNS 8400, Shure SRH-940, Sennheiser HD448 or Sennheiser PX360, this beginning piece may seem redundant to you.  However, I think it is important to include.  I like to start off by giving the reader a tidbit about my previous audio...
  6. R-Audiohead

    Reply to review by 'r-audiohead' on item 'KRK KNS8400 Studio Headphones'

    Interesting. I do not have my set anymore, but I know the person who does. We'll have to see...
  7. R-Audiohead

    Reply to review by 'r-audiohead' on item 'Sennheiser HD448 Around the Ear Headphones'

    Make sure you give them some time to burn in! It will be good to hear your impressions. Any track that is a little more laid back and sits well with a warm/dark sound signature should sound superb
  8. R-Audiohead

    Reply to review by 'r-audiohead' on item 'Sennheiser HD-448'

    Having extensive experience with these, and a review posted... I find you and I agree on many terms with the Senn, just with a completely different voice in writing. What we do not agree on appears to be the fit. This should not be surprising, as people have different shaped heads. I do not...
  9. R-Audiohead

    Review by 'R-Audiohead' on item 'Shure SRH 940'

    It has started to become a trend that when I review equipment here on head-fi I give a small background regarding my audio experiences, in an effort to provide the reader of the material a better idea of my opinions to ultimately aid in objectifying such a subjective category of audio.  For...
  10. R-Audiohead

    Review by 'R-Audiohead' on item 'Sennheiser PX 360 Collapsible Wired Headphone with Clear Natural Sound and Punchy Bass'

    Usually before writing a review, I give a little background to give the reader an idea of my perspective and experience so the evaluator can best utilize the information provided.  I also start out with a small disclaimer, saying that any analysis regarding sound is of subjective nature, and...
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