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i just received these in the mail, and upon initial impressions, just wow.
I am completely new to the audiophile game, so i figure i'd give my input for anyone just getting into it like i am.
I was wondering what this "soundstage" thing was that everyone was talking about, and the best way i can describe it is that it actually sounds like there's a band in front of you playing. you can hear the cymbals in the distance (not quiet, just distant), a piano a little closer, a guitar the same distance, but closer, vocals right up front, and it just sounds like you have a personal band playing for you. absolutely stunning. the only way you can hear something like this is by hearing it. i haven't listened to any live concerts yet but i imagine they will sound breathtaking.
the second thing i want to mention is how much detail i've been missing out from my entire music collection this whole time. So now I don't just get to enjoy the songs i already loved, but i get to re-explore my entire music collection and hear things in a different and better light than ever before in my entire life.
These headphones genuinely put a smile on my face 30 seconds into the first song, and i can't wait to get more into the audiophile game. I don't even have a dac/amp yet, and the headphones aren't even "broken in" yet if that's actually a thing, so i can't even imagine how good they'd sound once i get further into the game.
if you have even a shred of love for your music, then i can't recommend getting a pair of quality headphones like these ones enough.
What kind of music do you listen too? It's "great" on everything? Cuz some says it's great in all genres, ofc better at some, but less "great" at other genres, but overall?
so you plug your headphones into the 3.5 jack at the back/front of your pc? I did that with my sennheiser IE80's but I got unbelievably loud electric noise well actually haven't put it in the actual back of pc but I imagine it's gonna be as loud as it was putting it in my speakers/Blue Yeti.
I had the same experience. Many people find these a little bland at first, and I did too until I got a good seal around my ears and starting listening to good quality audio files. Love em.