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I had the chance to enjoy the Vibro for almost six weeks. I previously owned the Mad Dog 3.2 which still remains one of my favorites for my tonal preferences. The Vibro is without a doubt a step up technically from the Mad Dog. I prefer it over the Alpha dog by a significant margin as well.
I was able to make two new converts to the headphone community with these. My father-in-law, who has been a musician for 20+ years sat down with the Vibro to enjoy his favorite Beatles song, "A Day in the Life." When the song ended, he turned to me and said that, "I've listened to that song thousands of times, but for the first time I'm hearing details I never knew were there."
The Vibro is a fantastic headphone backed by Zach's sincere and driven desire to offer the best customer service. If I didn't just fork out two grand for tuition, I'd be first in line.