How many days after shipping notification does it take to ship?
How many days after you get the shipment email does the item ship on average? I got an email notification that my orders has shipped but there is no movement on the item as it still shows to be picked up.
Are the Audio-Technica ATH-R70X headphones better than the ATX-AD900X?
I have gotten a little bit into audiophile stuff after watching some dankpods videos, and I want to step up my game with a better pair of open-back headphones for around 300 USD, but I do not really know what to get. I have looked at Sennheiser and other companies, but what I am mostly looking for is a pair of high ohm headphones with big drivers in them (about 50mm) because I am a huge bass junkie. I came across Audio-Technica and they have exactly what I am looking for in my budget, and the products they make look good too. I have not tried the headphones myself but they seem like the best option because everything else I find is more expensive than I would like. The main question here is if the two headphones mentioned in the title are good, which one is better than the other, or if I should just stay away from this company in general. As a newbie, am very open to suggestions about other headphones I could get and things I should look for and stay away from, so any constructive...
Someone please explain to me in laymen's terms when or what types of headphones amps I should get? Like when I should get one, what types.i listen to music primarily on my phone. Any advice will be greatly appreciated 🤘🤘🖕🖕🤘🤘😁
Headphones amps and music players. When I should invest in one, which one, why's? All advice . please! Thanks my fellow audiophiles far & abroad
Nothing fancy here but I have purchased a few more under $100 pairs. After the purchase of the Moondrop Aria I have since purchased the TIN T2, TIN T3 Plus, BLON BL03 and the final E3000. As a newbie to IEM's I have found some to be more comfortable than others, as is the case with different tips. I have really been impressed by the amount of sound that these little things can generate, and probably even more given how inexpensive these are. Sure, I know that they get to being much more costly. I'm not sure I wish to venture too far down the rabbit hole on IEM's. I like them for portability. And the cheaper ones won't hurt so much if they break or get lost. How much better does it get at the $300 price point? $500? $1000? I'd rather dump $500 or a grand on a pair of over ear headphones, personally.