How is the midrange vocal performance, any perceptible recession for lower or higher mid. Looking at graphs there is a gentle downwards slope starting at 300hz before rising again at 1k
Do you realise how little Sennheiser stuff Ed reviews? I VERY rarely see a Senn ad on here (I cannot recall seeing one even and I don't think AVForums pick and choose what gets advertised) so I don't think he is that important to them to be coerced into saying nice things about them. Sorry EdSo I had a listen to these and they are very over rated. Probably because of the sennheiser's leverage with the reviewers.
empire ears legend x
Your opening line, suggests otherwise. Its reads exactly how I interpreted it. If that wasn't your intention, then just say "I don't get the love for these" rather than suggesting on a review of the earphone in question that "reviewers" must be leveraged but "not being specific to the [reviewer]"I'm sorry you felt I was attacking your dad but it wasn't specific to Ed, that's why I wrote "reviewers". I read/watched a bunch of reviews and went out to put my order in. But on listening I was very disappointed at the price point/value considering what else is out there. Cough Sony Z1R cough etc
Im looking at the asus rog pohne 5 becuase it has a dac amp built in and would mean I don't have to carry a seperate brick in my pocket. But the legend x are little harder to drive then your average iem. So for desktop at home they are fine but out and about I need a dac amp to go with them.
Looking at the ie900 sensitive and reading reviews I thought job done. But wasn't happy and then also realised sennheiser measures sensitivity different to everyone else so it looks better on paper.
Was only giving my experience to the community.
All I can say is have a listen before you put your order in. For similar price you can get an audio 64 nio that can be tuned.
Ed is a reviewer and liked these. Your intention of the word "probably" is as loaded as it comes in the context of what you wrote.You interpreted it as " Ed must be be leveraged". But I actually wrote "reviewers" and "probably". So no it doesn't read how you interpreted it.
Ed is a reviewer and liked these. Your intention of the word "probably" is as loaded as it comes in the context of what you wrote.
How else do I interpret that?
But whatever. I am not arguing this point anymore.
Ha ha ha brilliant! Why don't you man up try apologising for insinuating that the only reason the headphones have been reviewed favourably is down to the reviewer being influenced instead, you'll look far better for that than your feeble attempts to be the winner on the internet.Great, now someone with delusions of grandeur who thinks they speak for everyone. My apologies to the community for having an apposing opinion.
Ha ha ha, brilliant again! I don't have to prove you wrong at all, that is not how this works is it! You made the the insinuation therefore it is you that has prove that to be correct in this instance, not the other way around. If you can't do that then I suggest that you 'sit down'. Feeble.This is my opinion and how I feel on the matter. Prove me wrong else sit down. If you for one moment think brands don't influence "reviewers" through sending them exclusives and other benefits your mistaken.