- Mar 21, 2009
- Bournemouth, United Kingdom
I get it. It’s hard to know what one likes or perceive as correct and musical. To criteria that I have already stated, I would add that I’m not looking for perfection since there’s no such thing. But headphone that are sophisticated technicality and don’t need to depend on EQ to get the most out of them. I also am not obsessed with perfect linearity. Hence my choice for amplification. Which I really enjoy. But you’re right, it’s complicated. That’s why I seek some opinions from fellow audiophiles. Hopefully it will narrow my list to 2-3 headphones which I’ll try to audition and compare.
Exactly my friend, but if you agree with the sound that is all that matters as long as it sounds good with the mental burn in.
Anyways i will leave it with the people who have heard high end or ultra high end.
The best i have heard is the denon d7200 which has dry sound and a lively sound.