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post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by duocpu2.4;14657259 
Yeah, it also depends on how big is their budget. biggrin.gif
some guys are very careful and picky when it comes to sound quality.
True, true smile.gif
I have never owned any decent sound equipment but have used some very good quality headphones in the past - and they are a nice luxury indeed cool.gif

BTW double checked and yes the connector is gold plated. Good to see on such a budget product!
post #12 of 14
Vague description as in it actually tells me nothing about the actual sound quality in terms of the bass, mids and treble breakup (or the quality of the frequencies), it tells me nothing in terms of the size and depth of the soundstage and imaging, which is essential for positional gaming. It also tells me nothing about microphonics (cable noise generated by friction), which for IEMs, can be a problem and can be annoying for the end user, 'audiophile' or 'Average Joe'.

Basically you can copy and paste your impression descriptions to any earphone or headphone and it'll suit. What makes it different to others, good or bad? You dunno with the current sound description.

A review is really nothing if you don't have something to compare it to as a contrast.
I don't mean to sound harsh but it honestly tells me nothing about it sound impression wise.

by the way, gold plated connection means nothing. really. The gold is there as gold is non-corrosive.
post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by chinesekiwi;14658922 
Vague description as in it actually tells me nothing about the actual sound quality in terms of the bass, mids and treble breakup (or the quality of the frequencies), it tells me nothing in terms of the size and depth of the soundstage and imaging, which is essential for positional gaming. It also tells me nothing about microphonics (cable noise generated by friction), which for IEMs, can be a problem and can be annoying for the end user, 'audiophile' or 'Average Joe'.

Basically you can copy and paste your impression descriptions to any earphone or headphone and it'll suit. What makes it different to others, good or bad? You dunno with the current sound description.

A review is really nothing if you don't have something to compare it to as a contrast.
I don't mean to sound harsh but it honestly tells me nothing about it sound impression wise.

by the way, gold plated connection means nothing. really. The gold is there as gold is non-corrosive.
If you read the review properly then you would see we did infact mention cable noise due to any rubbing on the cable. Or the lack of it.
It's directly under the features and impressions heading.

This was simply meant to be a quick comparison against cheapo headphones of the current day, I don't think that much detail is needed for something so cheap. Most people don't need to see a big detailed paragraph on audio quality using terms that would take them ages to learn the meanings of just to decide if a dirt cheap set of earphones are worth it or not.
For the record it has decent bass compared to other cheap earphones. As I said we are not audiophiles, but it does have good positioning which we should have mentioned. Good compared to pretty much anything in the price category, again I'm not here to compare a $25 product to a $100 one.

Never said gold plated meant anything either, I actually said a few posts back that it was a bit of a marketing gimmick anyway wink.gif
None the less great to see on something in this price range no matter how little it contributes to overall quality.

PS. Video is coming very soon, just editing it now. If you don't find enough detail in both the written and video review then you may want to look for a review written by a site which specializes in audio products wink.gif
Edited by AptivaGaming - 8/20/11 at 11:30pm
post #14 of 14
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Part 2 of the video is now done, check the second post for both videos smile.gif
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