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Hey, you've got to have something to hand out on Halloween.
Where can I buy that?
Thanks you made my XMAS
You know you're an audiophile when you consider re-assembling 'remastered' greatest hits albums from the older non-volume compressed versions... Why did they compress Pat Benatar's Greatest Hits!? IDIOTS!
When you do everything in your power to hide the package when your new headphones arrive...
If I hear "ANOTHER headphone?!" one more time...
You know your an audiophile nut when you want to drop $10k on having each of your favourite headphone to have an accompanying separate amp/source setup.
I know the feeling.
You know you're an audiophile when you HAVE to try all your "reference tracks" and "favorites" with every new pair of cans.
You know when you're an audiophile when you always have your portable rig on you, even if you dont know any time to listen to it that day, but just in case....
1,500th post.....its been great so far, can't wait for the next 1,500 posts
When you've listened to so many headphones and read so many reviews and you realize that most likely nothing under $1,000 will be everything you want in a headphone. I think the LCD-2 would be my dream headphone but alas I has no moneys..
We like money but money don't like us.
You know you're an audiophile when you storm an audio store for new music to rip to lossless every week.
...when you read headphone reviews on your spare time when you're bored.
From Apple's website of the Beats Solo:
Kill me now, please. T_T
You do have to admit though, the Beat's range (headphones) are extremely good for rap or hip hop, which is what the line of headphones were tuned from.
The Studio and Pro maybe. The Solo and Tour are just too muddy for vocals
That makes no sense. Good headphones should always be neutral and not alter the sound.