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probably needed a clean up... bad vibes earlier
I don't know but I'm just getting the old insufficient privilege to reply message
You missed all the "unfriendly banter"
Oh I read it earlier. We don't need that kind of thing.
It should be back up soon I am sure it was due to some negative talk on there. It happens once in a while.
Dude! Stop it! -.-
Just when BL-03 is on the way to me...
How is it against KPE and BL-03 btw?
What do you mean negative talk? it is called - different opinions, believe it or not there's people here that have them.
People can have different opinions without being ugly to each other and making accusations. Heafi rules were being broken.
guy with different opinion!
what exactly was "ugly" to you? @castleofargh was polite without "ugly" words used
I think it was the accusations of shilling.
Yes, and the biggest markets are Asian...but Japan is also big and they don't like it at all...neither do the westerners. Although the curve does not rally show it, the upper midrange was dialled down in the TRN V90 by the tuner...that's what makes it so pleasant to the western ear.
That's a general problem with the review system: dealers/manufacturers want positive reviews to sell their stuff. The "free samples" are part of their marketing budget...much cheaper than purchasing advertisements. The "honest reviews in exchange of a free sample" are in many cases inadvertently sugarcoated, which is still honest. And all this unboxing stuff is entirely marketing. Sugarcoating keeps the reviewer on the gravy train for the next generation of products. There are blogs that exclusively shill...one of them was recently identified and singled out by some peers. Some "star reviewers" get away with being entirely honest...but you need to acquire such street credibility over a long period of time.
In summary: hype trains are necessary for clearing the tracks for the gravy trains.
I personally don't sugarcoat, but this does not make me popular with many manufacturers/sellers...and many head-fiers either.
i think in Japan they like that tuning, upper mids pushed forward, it is so called Japanese tuning