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But then again, this is the case with most studio headphones in general, and not just lookibg KNS In fact, my pair has been through quite a lot but have withstood un test of somee without breaking. The ear cups feel very nice. I love this about the KNS I should also mention that the wire for these headphones are detachable. Something to note is that the wire is incredibly long. For the most part, this is not noticeable. Some songs I've heard before, I don't remember their snares having being that sharp and having so much punch. The treble can go into the "too much" category if I wear them forward too, almost like that "false detail" sound that sounds ok at first but can't be sustained for long periods of time.

Off the bat, I can hear echo decays easier and longer. From there it goes from simply hearing vocals and vocal treatments deeper like backing vocals or overdubsto extremely minute details a very faint midtone buzz from the right channel in the the beginning of Rihanna - "Love Without Tragedy"to stuff I just don't want to hear television. The first non-music thing I used these on was the TV show Castle on my computer and it shocked me. It's not something I wanted to hear and was quite ugly. It sounds like when you turn the volume too high and it becomes hard to discern individual tracks and parts.

For a couple months, my KRKs were quite "unfocused" sounding, like I could hear what was going on, but there was a "grasp" on what I was hearing that was missing. It's like I would need to strain or try harder to hear everything as effortlessly as speakers. It is still somewhat present but not as much. I went to the glossary looking for adjectives: Here's what I came up with: If the music is narrow to begin in aka most mainstream music that's poorly masteredthe KRKs can push it over the edge. Having the detail I described before this is almost a punishment then, because it ends up a small space and is a bit overwhelming.

It's like 2D vs 3D. All of these details are shoved together between two panes of of glass 2Dinstead of having room to exist 3D. Maybe I'm just not used to the lack of air or closed-ness, but I feel really sensitive to air and openness. I can just hear the lack of air and space missing. It almost sounds "sucked out". On horribly mastered loud music, it's amplified even more. Positioning The tiniest difference in either horizontal or vertical direction changes the sound noticeably. For me, I really hate this aspect because I can put the headphones on all those different ways that I described above and end up with a slightly different sound each time.

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I noticed the positional stuff in the beginning of Man Without Country - "Puppets", about the first 30 seconds. It has gone down over time not sure if it's me or the headphonesbut at one point it was simply ridiculous. I could not believe how much the tiniest change made. Fatal Flaw Not glasses compatible. They feel fine, but sound wise, there is a huge difference! This was brought up by somebody else on head fi so I decided to investigate it myself. My original conclusion was that there was a minor, yet noticeable difference. I removed the plastic tips on my glasses they still fit fine and then it was almost undetectable. Recently I got a new pair of glasses though, ones that had a plastic temple at the end again.

Tried the headphones with these again and now I can confirm that they just don't work. The temple ends are not big at all and there is nothing about them that stands out as unusual, so I'm ruling them out. With glasses on, it disappears entirely. The latter has a heavier bass beat, but when wearing glasses, it lacks impact and substance. Part of it just disappears.

KRK KNS8400 Studio Headphones

The entire sound in general while hed glasses is extra bass light, emphases on the high end, and more open. And It is extremely noticeable. For me, I can kiss all the subbass goodbye with glasses on. Other They cannot be driven Im looking some good head in krk cannot be driven by Realtek Integrated Audio if you really want specs, it's some 5. Max volume was nowhere near loud or max sounding. I don't use the inline volume cable provided either. It just adds extra length and is another volume control to mess with I have Windows for that. Overall I wanted to love these headphones but I was pretty disappointed for a while. They feel pretty sensitive to start. I would like my headphones to just snap into one spot, like "This is it!

The perfect position that feels the most natural and sounds the best.

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