and on balanced its double like everything else right? and where are you getting these voltages from? that for example A50 (maybe A50s is the same) has 7VA50(s) SE = 7V so enough.
A50 is boosting treble a bit,
i feel like A50s delivering equal power in all frequencies and A50 is not, if that makes sense
for me they are very comfortable, the stronger clamp is more preferred for me at least, so all the weight is not on top of my head but it is reduced and of course i love the velour pads, thats why i have Beyers, thats why i got theseJust wish they felt more comfortable for me.
Most enjoyable pair I've listened to.
no im fine with that and it could be what you are saying it is, our brains are tricky and powerful, for example when someone go "hunt ghosts" they got so paranoid that they start seeing and hearing things or if they hear normal squeak they freak outYou should only do the above (complicated) test when you really want to find out if the differences are real and of electrical origin otherwise just use as is.
Looks a lot like my EQ. Gotta boost the top 4 octaves a little, or it sounds dim. Gotta really boost the bottom octave or it's just not there at all. Not ideal [the more the bottom octave gets boosted, the "looser" the bass sounds], but it's better than not having deep bass.
The Drop 6xx is identical to the HD650 right?Looks a lot like my EQ. Gotta boost the top 4 octaves a little, or it sounds dim. Gotta really boost the bottom octave or it's just not there at all. Not ideal [the more the bottom octave gets boosted, the "looser" the bass sounds], but its better than not having deep bass.
My Drop 6XX sounds fine on anything not requiring deep bass. This applies to most acoustic sounds.
Ha, yeah, at 30 seconds and 1min etc, etc, wow! (on the second one)The Drop 6xx is identical to the HD650 right?
For my HD650 my close second choice for my EQ is the Innerfidelity HD6xx EQ through AutoEQ. (strange enough the Oratory1990 HD650 EQ must be done manually through Oratory1990's HD650 settings as the AutoEQ version doesn't sound as good to me).
I think after EQ the deep bass on my HD650 sound fine for a headphone btw, at not too high listening levels. Allows me to really enjoy some bass heavy electronic music.
Was just playing this:
And it can half-decently pull off this. Though no headphone can do it real justice, it needs to be felt through your whole body
That does look exceedingly good for channel matching. You might not be able to use the frequency response measurements for that much else, but I think it's pretty valid to check channel matching.I built a headphone measurement fixture to measure channel imbalance with. Here are my results for my HD650:
I took 3 measurements of the left side and the same count of the right earphone. I removed the headphones from the fixture between measurements to iron out possible positioning errors. Channel matching looks exceptional to me