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I tend to shy away from over-used, word salad audiophile-adjectives that seem to populate so many of the comments on this site. I prefer my much simpler scale/rating system: Good, Gooder, and Goodest.
For instance: the 6XXs sound Good, but the 4XXs sound Gooder.
On the other hand, the 4XXs comfort level is Good, but the comfort of the 6XXs is slightly less Gooder.
By the way, either brand sounds Good connected directly to my iPhone, but connecting the Oppo DAC/Amp in between the phone and headphones make both of them sound a lot Gooder ;- )
why don't u just say better and best instead of gooder and goodest? sounds stupid if u understood grammar on elementary tbh.
Why don't you just type YOU instead of "u" and "to be honest" instead of tbh? Makes it look like you're fourteen and should actually be taking notes in English Class rather than dicking around with that phone under your desk.
Just an opinion m8, no need to be hostile, you can't help but correct that grammar and the words that you corrected from me are just slang.
A few words and terms for you to look up: sarcasm, irony, and twat. The first two don't apply to you.
Then no need to argue with you, everything you replied has no points. Something as simple as saying that "what I'm saying is just irony" would have been fine...
Not here to argue about grammar/spelling, but to say that's a very nice photo
Kind of you to say so--much appreciated.
Hmm...never thought of that.
I think the sarcasm of the original post was lost on you.