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You know you're an audiophile when...

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by ohhgourami, Mar 14, 2011.
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  1. Argyris Contributor
    When you can tell if a headphone is neutral or colored just by listening to pink noise through it.
     
  2. VisceriousZERO

    Good one.

    "there's too much bass in this pink noise!"
     
  3. reeltime
    I find pink noise to be 'open and extended'
     
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  4. bearFNF Contributor
    I just got  a haircut so my Grados would seal better, doh
     
  5. streetdragon
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    i push my sideburn away with the earcup so it doesn't interfere with the sound (there is a noticable difference)
     
  6. ZMZB
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    This haircut sounds anemic and congested.
     
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  7. TheJazzyH
    I don't know if this had been done or not, but...
     
    you know you're an audiophile when Bowers & Wilkins is the first thing you think of when B & W is mentioned (which can stand for a lot of things).
     
  8. miceblue
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    Whenever I hear BMW, I automatically think of B&W. D:
     
  9. takato14
    When you're jamming to your music while backstocking the soda coolers at work, and a customer opens the door and asks "what the hell are you doing"
     
    Surprisingly, it wasn't as embarrassing as it sounds.
     
  10. thecansmancan
    When you start the headphone trend at your school...now if i can just get them to believe in sq....
     
  11. Ronald Lee
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    same here too, i started to poison my classmate, they are starting to believe that what they are hearing all this years are a waste of time.
     
  12. takato14
    When you throw together a mix CD as a Christmas gift for your Dad, but then realize you've made a terrible mistake because the speakers in his truck can't render the songs properly.
     
  13. Argyris Contributor
    You know you're an audiophile when, after you've done the above, you get hold of your rich sound engineer buddy's expensive room calibration equipment, measure the cab of the truck to produce a proper compensation curve, load each song in a DAW and apply said compensation curve, and then burn the lot onto disc.
     
    Or you know you might be absolutely crazy. The two aren't mutually exclusive, either.
     
  14. TheJesusGuy
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    Lucky you. I can't convince these ****heads out of anything except their beloved Beats and iBuds..
     
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  15. VisceriousZERO
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    I've been doing that with officemates and former schoolmates. They hate me now. So I gave them some "starter kits"
     
    (By starter kit: Fiio E17, iPod LOD, and W4R for one, and TG334 for the one who kicked me off on this damned hobby! (I love this hobby!))
     
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