Originally posted by fewtch They're somewhat bass-heavy but there's nothing else sonically wrong with them, sound quality is great.
Originally posted by Phobos What do you mean with that? so much bass its anoying??? THAT ROCKZ!!!
Originally posted by fewtch I have a pair of Grado SR-60's, and to be honest I only like them for certain types of music. The open-air design is almost like a coloration itself
Inexpensive, Indestructible: Grado SR80 (Had a pair in my backpack for remote jobs for three years now) ~
Originally posted by Phobos well people, forget about the switch, i wanted an on/off switch to plug an adapter to the soundcard so i could have both my speakers and headphones always connected and just turn either one on/off to use the other as i please
Originally posted by godzilla525 I've had the Radio Shack version of the Koss KTX-Pro for a few years... I love them, but I think something happened when I forgot to unplug them from my Stereo once (turned the speakers on without unplugging the headphones) I think playing Van Halen at full power (~100w RMS) nuked it. I was using an extension cord that stretched across the room and I always left that plugged in, but I forgot to check the other end. I'm surprised the drivers didn't suffer any damage.As such, now I have to leave the volume control all the way up for it to operate properly. I don't think the speaker out jack on the Audigy will fry the volume control, but I thought I should share my experience with them.
Originally posted by xiphmont Things to watch out for:"These have great bass!" usually means that the bass is boosted 15 to 25 dB, completely obscuring the midrange. To make it seem even more heavy, your treble rolloff is probably starting at ~12-14kHz. Super-bass headphones are stylistic shit. The only way they could pander more to People Who Don't Know Better is to plaster naked women all over them.