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Damn, i'd bet those cost 1000+! And how ugly aren't those? They are ugly as ****!
Foo-Foo ear muffs .
When you immediatly buy those new DAPS so you can make your own impressions to share with the world <3
When you read thread after thread about which 3 foot USB cables provide the best soundstages.
@Mshenay: I love that attitude! That's how I picked up the Koss KDE/250... There were no reviews, and I was in the market, so I bought it.
When you spend far too much time gazing in HiFi store windows!
I know Right, same thing with me and the Hifiman HM 601, people hated on it pretty hard... I said SCREW it bought it myself and I loves it!
You know your an audiophile when the "snobophiles" ridicule your your new DAP because the "data" on it looks bad... yet they priase your Old DAP [which sounds terribly bad] <3
You know you're an audiophile when you spend over an hour writing a review of a headphone and go through the audiophile lingo checklist (transparency, imaging, soundstage, tonal balance, amping, etc.) in your head to make sure you didn't miss anything.
USB is a digital signal and it is impossible for increased conductivity to make a difference. Analog signals are another case, but only in very very specific circumstances.
But they are warm and fussy.
Amen!!! Pass the hubcap......
When you get this message in your e-mail inbox and you read it as:
"Boo! A Promo Code for you! 20% off Objective Desktop Amplifier!"
Boy was I disappointed when I actually read it.
*and by Objective Desktop Amplifier (ODA), I mean the desktop version of the Objective2 amp
I also would take great pleasure in bringing about the destruction of everyone who thought of this. That's real fur. I'm no PITA but I absolutely hate animal products.
When you get a new cable and show it off excitedly and people ask "are you ok?"
You know you're an audiophile when you get slapped by a girl for saying she has nice cans and you have to think for a minute before you realize she didn't know you were talking about her headphones.