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post #41 of 63
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Originally Posted by chinesekiwi View Post
No, just no. In-ears isolate more and sound FAR better for the price. If noise isolation is not required, normal headphones for the price sound FAR better.

Shockingly bad advice in here...Razers...Bose..Grados (for a person who wants bass)...
The sound quality of your headset will vary greatly depending on a number of factors. The amp, audio cables, audio source, drivers, and physical layout all come into play. You really can't judge the quality of a headset based on advertised specifications,because there are different ways they arrive at those numbers.
post #42 of 63
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Originally Posted by thrasherht View Post
well considering I was the first one to suggest razer.

and the other guy posted razor directly after I said something.
I mean it is hard to not thing that somebody is responding to you when they don't use quotes.
uh..I did.....and yes, you can beat them for $50.
post #43 of 63
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Originally Posted by Spooony View Post
The sound quality of your headset will vary greatly depending on a number of factors. The amp, audio cables, audio source, drivers, and physical layout all come into play. You really can't judge the quality of a headset based on advertised specifications,because there are different ways they arrive at those numbers.
It's called frequency response graphs and anecdotal user reviews that back that up. You never judge a headphone on the specifications shown on e-tailer websites ever, much like other A/V equipment except for inputs / outputs.
post #44 of 63
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Originally Posted by chinesekiwi View Post
uh..I did.....and yes, you can beat them for $50.
with what? In ears or "canalphones" are good but they do get uncomfy quicker
post #45 of 63
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Originally Posted by Spooony View Post
with what? In ears or "canalphones" are good but they do get uncomfy quicker
Samson SR850, Superlux HD668B, JVC RX700, Roland RH50 to name a few.
post #46 of 63
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Originally Posted by chinesekiwi View Post
Samson SR850, Superlux HD668B, JVC RX700, Roland RH50 to name a few.
jvc is 60 bucks. Don't see where they're better. In ears don't give you better base only good sound clarity with base a trade off.
post #47 of 63
that's the RX900, not the RX700. Also the second sentance is total bollocks. You dunno what you are talking about.
post #48 of 63
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Originally Posted by chinesekiwi View Post
that's the RX900, not the RX700. Also the second sentance is total bollocks. You dunno what you are talking about.
canalphones have less bass, since they radiate bass straight to the ear drums with little or no bone conduction. Its pretty obvious your not going to get bass with something poured into your ear drum. No need to get your panties in a knot sir
post #49 of 63
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Originally Posted by Spooony View Post
canalphones have less bass, since they radiate bass straight to the ear drums with little or no bone conduction. Its pretty obvious your not going to get bass with something poured into your ear drum. No need to get your panties in a knot sir
I disagree. Lots of IEMs produce tons of bass.
  • Razor
  • XtremeMusic
  • Spooony

...this thread is fail.
post #50 of 63
RX-700s are awesome. Extremely comfortable, sound great. The only thing I suggest is possibly a little reupholstering... I took a Nike Dri-fit mesh shirt i got for like 4 bucks from marshalls and sent em back to my parent's house to be done. She was able to recreate the original shape and i simply took the old stuffing and filled the dri-fit instead.

My only complaint was the pleather making my head sweat.
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