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post #11 of 58
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Originally Posted by AngeloG. View Post
I do have a sensibility on high trebles for a long duration.
Well you also have to let them break in before you can get the full quality more in the lower bass areas.
post #12 of 58
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Well you also have to let them break in before you can get the full quality more in the lower bass areas.
"Break in" is mainly just your ears becoming acclimated to a cetain sound, mechanically nothing changes beyond the first few minutes of the first use.
post #13 of 58
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"Break in" is mainly just your ears becoming acclimated to a cetain sound, mechanically nothing changes beyond the first few minutes of the first use.
Not so true my friend.
My V700s when I got them had like no bass whatso ever, few weeks later from listening to music all the time and I not only heard but also felt the thuds and rumbles on my music. Same goes for these Shure SRH440s. And as for the Shure headphones and the SRH440 they kinda trade blows with each other.
post #14 of 58
Well anyways here. http://www.headphone.com/
Thats an awesome site to find some headphones and get some in depth reviews and specs
post #15 of 58
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The site looks good, but there is not much difference between model reviews, pretty much they all say "Excellent dynamics, great sound" :/
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post #16 of 58
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Not so true my friend.
My V700s when I got them had like no bass whatso ever, few weeks later from listening to music all the time and I not only heard but also felt the thuds and rumbles on my music. Same goes for these Shure SRH440s. And as for the Shure headphones and the SRH440 they kinda trade blows with each other.

It's placebo or a change in the shape of the pads over use. There is nothing that physically changes in the headphonebeyond that first listen, the only differences must be coming from the source or how the sound waves produced reach your head.
post #17 of 58
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The site looks good, but there is not much difference between model reviews, pretty much they all say "Excellent dynamics, great sound" :/
Yeah, I wouldn't base decisions off HeadRoom, they are after all selling everything they review . Try head-fi.org for more than a wealth of information on any headphone you could imagine (just have to do some searching).
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ATh m50s? one of the best lyricist uses it! LUPE FIASCO!


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It's placebo or a change in the shape of the pads over use. There is nothing that physically changes in the headphonebeyond that first listen, the only differences must be coming from the source or how the sound waves produced reach your head.
Sorry I meant burning in.
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ATh m50s? one of the best lyricist uses it! LUPE FIASCO!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZ1ertk19Uo
I...am not into that type of thing.
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