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Old 01-14-2009, 10:12 AM
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Originally Posted by Marvin the Martian View Post
Well, I haven't had to compare player vs. player, because mine sound the same.....but my headphone comparison stuff includes classical music, Radiohead, early Metallica, Tori Amos, Led Zeppelin, Wolfmother, Yes, Pink Floyd, Iron Maiden.....but as you said, it is indeed totally subjective
Yeah I have lots of music, that's not really the problem, it's more knowing a specific track which is technically (as opposed to subjectively) a good test. In other words (I suppose), one which tests the highs, mids and lows, has lots of detail and dynamics, plenty of layering and texture (I suppose. I'm not an expert).

In the same way that you can test how good two cameras are by taking a photo of the same scene, even if that scene is not attractive, I wonder if there is an equivalent for audiophiles.

Perhaps it doesn't even have to be music, it could be a particular white/brown noise or something. Just anything that is produced such that it will expose differences between different audio setups.
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