Occasionally one may read some random dude post... well... x or y headphone does some things right, but these others wrong, and things may go down south from there: meet impressions, defective unit, deaf dude, agree to disagree, we all hear different, why are you posting here (it's against the rules), vendor/fans report/flag, hurting my feelings, troll, ban this guy, ... post deleted, too controversial, every thing is good now. Back to neutral.
That is a great summary. The place is like Happy Hour (without the chicks).Thanks for the measurements. I'm not surprised. Consensus was a hair warmer than neutral with a slight treble emphasis. All you have to do is delete the qualifiers to get to the truth.
Some notes: Cable is non-removable (I thought it was) and it's coiled.They feel completely comfortable as of now, and they earpads feel pretty good even though they are not very deep.Seem sturdy and well constructed.Are sensitive enough to run from an MP3 player. These are NOT your "bright as the sun - monitoring" headphones (i.e. they have a completely different signature from the Shure SRH440/940, KRK 8400/6400, Spider Moonlight, etc.) These actually feel a bit like the Shure SRH840s but a bit smoother as a whole! Tracks with slamming bass, they show it, basslines are reproduced excellent. Loving the vocals too but need to test more with female voices. Something up-top seems a bit boosted though, it picks up on hiss on tracks pretty fast and some sibilance has shown up. Tracks tried: Daft Punk - Get LuckyJ-King and Maximan - Ella me pide somethingParamore - Still into YouNetsky - Let's leave tomorrowBring me the Horizon - The House of Wolves Kaskade - One Heart Will probably come up with more and comparisons during the weekend. As of now, they are enjoyable.!