R-10 position on the head
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The R-10 cans is very sensitive to the position that you adopt in your head. During the last listening I’m notice that the sound change a lot if you do not put correctly the headphone in your head. The sound transducers are positioned a little forward in the pad, so if you do not put the cans a little behind in your head you will listen a lot of bass-med-bass blooming. But if you use a correctly position you have a perfect balanced sound.
 
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Well, this is the case for absolutely all phones. Kind of obvious. Jan Meier's tips and tricks page even speaks of headphone placement.
 
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Good!

Let me know were I can find Jan Meier's tips and tricks page.

Thanks a lot!
 
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Well, this is the case for absolutely all phones. Kind of obvious.


Etymotics being the exception.
 
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Quote:

Originally posted by jopi
Etymotics being the exception.


Actually, Etymotics are more sensitive to placement than almost any other headphone -- the seal is extremely important for good sound.
 
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