As you have seen in many places on our webpage we use the deviation chart to show how our models compare with other professional headphones. We're explaining how to read and understand that chart is this short blog. Let's start...Continue reading
When it comes to the flatness of a frequency response in speakers or headphones, the debate gets hot every time. In my opinion, you can look at a frequency response from two angles: technical way or psychoacoustic's way. Former is...Continue reading
When you are designing (or mixing) audio, you have to keep in mind the final consumer. Who's going to listen to this song? In what environment, what device, what file, etc. This is even more important when you are mixing bass-heavy...Continue reading
The idea behind flat frequency response in audio monitoring is quite simple. When you are designing audio effects, creating music or mixing your tracks, you must have tools that help you achieve results that transfer well across all sound systems.
These measurements are RAW measurements, so they don't have any compensation curve applied for the ear canal resonance or for equal loudness such as ISO 226.Continue reading