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dkc1234
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Oct 18, 2019
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Headphones are preference to ear and individual. With that said, these are a good set headphone, for the beginner. Comfortable easy listening. (3.5 stars) Note: Needs extra power. Look into an amp or combo to give them extra glow. **havent connected it to my amp yet, but will add to review once complete \m/
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Would recommend to a friend.
Oct 18, 2019
tedhersh
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Oct 23, 2019
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Yeah, you might want to listen through an amp and possibly rethink your "Good headphone for a beginner" comment. I find your review quite odd coming from someone listening to one of the most respected audiophile products of all time through a smartphone (or maybe an iPod?) and claiming it's ok for a beginner. "Yeah, I test drove a Ferrari in the supermarket parking lot and I wasn't impressed".
Oct 23, 2019
dkc1234
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Oct 23, 2019
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Yes, I agree. I just don’t have my home setup up and running to give it the right judgement. i know they are good, and believe they are for any level... but the beginner, per say, will be floored when they listen to them, setup or not. You’ll get hooked, and find yourself getting lost in the music for hours. Not to mention they are super comfortable for the all around every day listen (which I’m now intending to use them for). I’d even take these around (hence the listening via iPod reference). For home, i have preference to Grados, but that’s just the way my ear leans (for now). When I have my home setup I will rereview, compared to the RS1s.
Oct 23, 2019
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