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FLAC can sound bad on the Mac version of VLC Player because of a bug in the software that results in crackling and popping. I've started converting files to ALAC to get around this.
   
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Firstly I am not really a fan of dual sided cables, they do have technical advantages like absence of crosstalk occurrence but due to comofort reasons I do not really appreciate them that much. I had a pair of Philips headphones which were two sided, they broke after like 3 months of use and due to the fact that the cable was irreplacable I just had to trash them. The cable on the HD600 is very fragile and cheap, not really digging that.

The 600/650 have replaceable cables. I've seen a lot of comments about disliking the connector. When pairs from a decade ago are still going strong I have to question how someone can find anything wrong with the connector or the cable.
Edited by Shardnax - 10/9/16 at 5:45pm
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FLAC can sound bad on the Mac version of VLC Player because of a bug in the software that results in crackling and popping. I've started converting files to ALAC to get around this.
I heard crackling in every file regardless of its format, hence why I stopped using VLC. Currently I am using Foobar only.
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Ignore Andrews. He's a bad troll tongue.gif.

Also, my criticism is to stop calling stuff you don't like garbage. It's not productive when a lot of people are looking to this thread for info.

Also, Cybertox; you can tell a difference between lossless and lossless, but you say the difference between the HD600 and HD650 is subtle?

I'm at a loss for this thread right now.

The HD650 have slightly more bass and are a bit more refined while the HD600 have a more natual sound. Those were pretty much the only noticeable differences I were able to deduce. The two headphones are very semiliar, at least to me. I didnt have much time with both of them but I had the possibility to test one right after the other on the same audio setup in an audio shop.
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FLAC can sound bad on the Mac version of VLC Player because of a bug in the software that results in crackling and popping. I've started converting files to ALAC to get around this.

Or you could just use any other player under the sun.

I like tomahawk and it works on windows mac and linux. thumb.gif
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Ignore Andrews. He's a bad troll tongue.gif.

Also, my criticism is to stop calling stuff you don't like garbage. It's not productive when a lot of people are looking to this thread for info.

Also, Cybertox; you can tell a difference between lossless and lossless, but you say the difference between the HD600 and HD650 is subtle?

I'm at a loss for this thread right now.

Nah. Calling stuff garbage is fine.

You just have to do it in a way where you don't sound like you are calling the owner of the said garbage an idiot.

I mean look at beats by dre. They are literally garbage. And if everyone was trying to be polite about it, I don't think the message about how bad they are would have gone as far as it has.

If people have legitimate problems with a product and they think it is sub par, then they should have the right to be vocal about it. And sometimes being bombastic is necessary to truly get your level of disdain across.

There is no one on this thread who should curb their speech more than me, so I feel like a huge hypocrite for saying this, but I will agree with you that there does need to be some level of statesmanship when voicing your opinion.
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Well I agree. I'm the same way about stuff, but with you it's different because I know you and I know what you've heard and I understand why you call it garbage tongue.gif.

Calling everything garbage because it doesn't have the bass you want on the other hand is supremely flawed.

Btw Tjj, can you recommend me an amp/DAC for work (wall powered) that works with Linux and has some power to it (for the T50RP MkIII)....preferably something under say...$300?
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Or you could just use any other player under the sun.

I like tomahawk and it works on windows mac and linux. thumb.gif

I guess I stuck with VLC for old times' sake as it was always the player that would open anything smile.gif .

Thanks for the suggestion, I'll definitely check out Tomahawk wink.gif .
   
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Well I agree. I'm the same way about stuff, but with you it's different because I know you and I know what you've heard and I understand why you call it garbage tongue.gif.

Calling everything garbage because it doesn't have the bass you want on the other hand is supremely flawed.

Btw Tjj, can you recommend me an amp/DAC for work (wall powered) that works with Linux and has some power to it (for the T50RP MIUI)....preferably something under say...$300?

AKAIK, pretty much anything works with linux. Its really only a small handful of sound cards that have poor drivers.

As far as a recommendation goes, you have a few choices.

I am kind of thinking the Aune T1 might be a really fun work amp dac combo. Its pretty small, and having a wee little tube could be a fun conversation starter.

I have seen it on massdrop for I wanna say 200, and you can find them on the head-fi forums for pretty cheap.


The parasound zdac would also be a pretty compact choice that would sit within your budget IF YOU CAN FIND ONE. The two that are on amazon are selling for 500+ which is absolute robbery.


For 300 bucks, I would also venture to say that you could get a modi 2 multi bit and a vali 2 off of head-fi.


There are a lot more options available to you.

The big thing here is that music at work is actually more fun and personal than a system at home.

Your system at home should be the best it can be because you can focus on the sound itself and nothing else.

When you are at work, you are going to be thinking about 30 other things, and you won't notice really small flaws in the audio. So as long as the system is not absolute garbage (see what I did there XD ) then you are probably going to be fine.

In which case, I would definitely go for something that is fun, simple, and allows you to do some experimentation.
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I guess I stuck with VLC for old times' sake as it was always the player that would open anything smile.gif .

Thanks for the suggestion, I'll definitely check out Tomahawk wink.gif .

Also, please file a bug report with VLC. They are actually really good about handling bugs and I can promise you that it wont be a waste of your time.
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