- Jul 23, 2009
I can't say for sure why it sounded more natural for you and but based on my experience I think it may be the fact that it's transients aren't as zippy as something like a Utopia and the VO have a more sustained decay compared to the Utopia and that to my ears perceived this as more lifelike so perhaps this has more to do with it than frequency response. Neutrality does not equate natural imo.Maybe it's just my hearing? The LCD-4 is also know to have a dip in the treble, and it's the most natural sounding headphone to me period. Anyone else have thoughts on this? What is it about the VO's wonky, dippy frequency response that makes it sound so realistic?
No wrong answer here. I personally ranked Atrium over the other VO and Utopia but these 3 are clearly a cut above the other dynamic driver headphones to my ears.Whoa there, I don't know about all that. VO is my sidepiece, but Utopia is my everything. I think there's room for both, they are very different flavors. Glad you found your forever love, though.
The Atrium matches the natural sounding aspect of the VO with a more even midrange. I think you're going to enjoy it.And who said anything about forever love? I've already placed an order for an Atrium and am making plans for a Susvara