Little Dot GYFU Headphones

Little Dot GYFU Headphones

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Product Description
The Little Dot GYFU headphones provide a high-end listening experience with well-designed earcups for isolation and excellent, triple-driver response. First, the polished Zebrawood design delivers striking aesthetics and audio, with well-dampened isolation around your ears for very little unwanted resonance Read More

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antpage
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Jun 16, 2021
postwarscars
1089
Jun 15, 2021
Seems interesting. Not really a fan of the fairy logo: very kitschy. The rest of the headphone is beautiful, however. Curious about reviews though, couldn't really find any online in my (admittedly brief) search.
AJCxZ0
33
Jun 15, 2021
KuroYariman
58
Jun 16, 2021
Thanks for posting the link! Based on his review it looks pretty interesting but at that price there’s no way I’d pick one up till I’m certain nothings gonna change!
LazyTeddy
36
Jun 15, 2021
that 8mm driver is not good
The_Jniac
318
Jun 20, 2021
It has been known for decades that human perception is not reliable. The placebo effect was known over two hundred years ago, and more recent research has revealed that our perceptions and memories are extremely susceptible to being altered by our beliefs and the things to which we choose to pay attention.
Soix
5
Jun 20, 2021
Look, I’m not going down this rabbit hole any further because it’s useless and endless. Like I said before, if you don’t hear the effects of break-in that’s fine. Ive heard it with dozens of new products I had in for review — and believe me, I didn’t want to hear it because frankly it’s a PITA — and for that reason would never conduct any critical assessments of a piece of gear before it had at least 100 hours playtime on it (nor does any credible reviewer I know of). Someone asked Paul McGowan of PS Audio if he ever verified break-in effects by comparing a new product off his line with one already run in and this is what he said: “I can routinely take two identical pieces of gear, say two DACS, one brand new, the other in use for perhaps a week. I can identify the difference between the two easily. It’s repeatable and demonstrable.” Now, you can have your opinion and try to justify it with whatever measurements or studies you want if it makes you feel better, but either thousands of very experienced audiophiles, reviewers, and equipment design engineers/manufacturers are unwittingly deceiving themselves or there’s actually something to this. Which seems more likely? Peace out.
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