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Wow... Another masterpiece of work...
Epic, just an epic review. So well done.
[user=88019]@dw1narso[/user] & [user=193679]@BloodyPenguin[/user] Thanks!
Wow, best review I've read to date on any headphone. Nice job!
I seem to recall being asked by customer service what size jack I wanted when I ordered. (It was a mile-long thread of emails--that I didn't keep :-(
mainly concerning shipping/import questions. But I chose the 3.5mm for my DAP, and I use a 6.5mm adapter for the Kennerton EGO amp and others. Or, maybe I'm remembering that wrong.
Excellent review. Very helpful. Thanks!
[user=347100]@moshen[/user], [user=442749]@1wyseman[/user], [user=162515]@Arcamera[/user], Thank you!
A fine review! Congrats on another good one @Bram.
[user=406400]@thatonenoob[/user] Thanks bro!
Really a very living review, so well documented. Great job @earfonia.
I would add personally that the ODIN is quite medium centric, very euphonic which make those headphones so enjoyable.
The trebles are one octave too high compared to the LCD4 which are more linear on all the spectrum. Very audible hearing a mezzo soprano like Karine Deshayes.
Nevertheless at their price they are headphones to consider highly.
this review is masterpiece you have a real talent
congratulations for this marvellous review....thanks
Such a detailed review. Thank you.
[user=355699]@cladane[/user], yes Odin is euphonic, and due to the smooth sounding treble and balanced bass, can be rather mid-centric for some recordings. But with most recordings I used in this review, it sounds quite balanced to my ears.
[user=462330]@Pawn[/user], the price is indicated in the Odin product web link in the review. It is around US$ 2k-2.4k street price.