I dont know if this particular pair has a significant fanbase or not, but this was the cheapest open back headphone that I every got to use and they sounded super amazing compared to the price.
They used to be THE sub 20$ on-ear open-back headphones.
the pads were uselessly soft that it was very painful to keep them on the ear for even half an hour.
But still, they sounded so great that the padding issue wasn't enough to give up them.
So how about bringing them back with the help of DROP along with better padding and a bit improved bass response.
I'm curious how many people here have turntables (that aren't neglected in the garage or attic). There are a lot of great things that I'd love to see drop here specifically for turntables. Record clamps/weights, phono preamps, cleaning supplies, etc. There are so many accessories. Having a turntable show up from time to time would be pretty cool too.
Obviously if nobody is really interested in turntables here there isn't much point trying to find some cool stuff to drop.
I am new to the audiophile community and am wondering what headphones I should buy for gaming. I play games like PUBG and warzone. I already own an atom amp. what should I get? thanks budget: 200 and below
Advice on a different dac or a dac/amp connection?
I am pretty new to headphones and recently have kind of jumped in a little more then i had planned.
My question is, what is the best way to Hock up a computer to run hi res audio files from my computer to a Dac or Dac combo that will also have an output to my Kef eggs as well as a connection to kef LSX in the future. the speakers have an toslink connection, usb connection as well as Bluetooth but no analog inputs. which ever Dac I also need a connection to an amp.
Currently my headphones consist of Sunchaser hd6xx, fostex t60rp and I would like to add some Focal clear in the future.
With those in mind and a budget of roughly 2k what would be the preferred equipment and the ideal connections?
thanks in advance!
I think that the concept of human headphones was a great idea but theyre performance was worse than a normal pair of headphones. So there should be a massdrop edition that fixes the issues that the original had and make it a little cheaper. The idea would get traction because I mean true wireless bluetooth headphones. And the price of the human headphones was a little pricy for some so it would be a great concept to start making.