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Fellow metalhead here to!! Niiileeee!!
Type 20's are great! I had them until I switched to their bigger brothers a few months ago. Enjoy!
Nile! The guy, Karl Sanders, is 56 years old and he made this album! Insane! I like Nile since their first album, in years many things have changed for me, and I now listen to many other things but Nile is still there. I think this is also because Karl is such an open minded and creative musician. Also the drummer George Kollias. They are not just technically insanely good but insanely creative.
OK, back to Hp.
The type 30´s are just way over my top, so i will settle with the 20´s, since it seems we share similar tastes i reckon i will just sell the Stellia´s and the the Hedd´s besides German tech has been allways superior to French tech
Totally agree with you regardind to Mr. Sanders, i´ve seen them live quite a few times now, their last album completely slays!!
Yup lets just get back on top of the Hedd´s, sorry guys for the off topic!
I do hope that they take at least a week and get fully comfortable with them before rushing in reviews. We are all anxious to hear from the new owners but it would not hurt to wait until they are fully 'at home' with them. Not saying that this will be the case here, but quick reviews often turn from "amazing" to "i'm now noticing something I didn't at first".
I do hope no people are actually killed in the delivery! Looking forward to impressions...
+1 I have to humbly admit to being guilty of this in the past. Now I always classify first impressions from later impressions over more time.
Resolve is supposed to drop his full review of these any day now, and he’s pretty objective and spot on.
Unlikely considering how fired up most people are from reports from people who had nothing but short sessions with them in noisy show environments.
I hope the HeDD is a success, but if any more coal gets shoveled into the furnace of this hype train, the boiler is going to explode. It's actually not fair to the manufacturer - they are likely going to need some time to work out early kinks.
The pattern has repeated itself often here - new cans come out with unrealizable hype, are good but not perfect, and get buried by those with expectations set too high who will move onto the "next great hope in the pipeline"
I think if you are comparing to certain other headphones, that can be done relatively quickly. But to be able to answer the perennial question "Does this headphone solve all my headphone 'problems'"? I think that takes weeks, even months.
It does? Isn't the answer invariably: "No, of course not"?
If you are a Head-Fi'er? You're right, the problem will never be solved. Still, hope springs eternal..
Yeah, let's call it 'hope'...
Because either our taste and music listening abilities improve, or get worse, or just change... or desire and/or wallet grows... or the hearing gets worse with age, etc.
Anyway, various problems are surely created on the go .
Human condition. Especially in 1st world.
More like the thrill to shop with a lot of hope "it" will bring joy.
Have any SR1a owners heard the Hedd? To me the SR1a really sets a new standard, but is impeded by the amp requirement. The Hedd is drivable by a strong headphone amp, so it is a winner if it approaches SR1a levels of performance without requiring a speaker amp.