And it’s a kicka$$ classic!!!
Or just buy over ear bose and know you're getting good ones.
@Not him again, buys beats audio headphones*
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Test them with whatever music you plan to listen to. Life is too short the worry about things that don't matter to you. Like global warming, or women's reproductive rights.
It's also pretty good for the split stereo panning.
My usual go to doing is “promise” by slash. That song makes the day easier, considering we are never able to find the droids we are looking For.
Use vogue by Madonna.In car audio competitions that’s the song they use to test for clarity, as well as the fade between left and right. If you want to see something really cool, look up 15 watt car audio it’s amazing what those people do with so little power.
Or you could just buy Bose
A little high, little low
Anyway the wind blows
doesn't really matter to me
This isn’t how music works...
Buy headphones from a music equipment store; you get much better quality products for less than you might think. Definitely a lot less than buying Beats or Bose from Best Buy
It was also recorded on old tech and is no got for spotting artifacts
It's also blatantly the right choice
I’ve been told Copperhead Road works pretty well too
I always use a Sublime album.
@ThePandaPool , oh this reminds me. I listened to jaya the cat. Sorry not my thing... I will continue following your advice from that post though.
@stormageddon98, too bad. Did you try Pepper?
Headphones are trickey, the human ear can detect certain frequencies more acutely than others (this is why the decibel level of nails on chalkboard may not be high, but it brings actual discomfort.) I recommend a full range spectrum in Hz from low to high. Then listen to different types of genres. Some headphones are designed for bass centric music such as electronic or rock. And others are more rounded.