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  1. 11 points
    I'm somewhat glad of that, Innefidelity was Tyll's child and no one, less that stupid pretentious ignorant of an editor they hired, would replace him. What they were trying to do, which is converting headphones into another unknowing rich people niche of consumerism at absurdly unreachable prices, won't work. Now if they want to keep a working headphones magazine they need to hire someone knowing about sound, music and headphones.
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    Indeed. https://medium.com/@Xander51/the-fall-of-innerfidelity-com-92b0052699d4
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    They finally pulled the plug on Innerfidelity. It was a sad spectacle with the new editor and his "lifestyle" direction, but at least now it's over.
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    just shows to go ya that not everyone is expendable. innerfidelity continued in name only without Tyll. i deleted the bookmark today without a second thought.
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    Possibly https://web.archive.org/web/*/www.innerfidelity.com
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    I hope they make all of Tyll's measurements available somewhere...
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    Good Riddance to (very) Bad Rubbish.
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    You said budget but you did not mention whose, so I would lean towards Neve.
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    Hope you have a great birthday!
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    What a joke to turn it over to the person they did. I am glad it is ending. No one was going to follow up Tyll, but they at least could have picked someone who wanted to keep the balance between objective measurements and subjective reviews that Tyll walked so expertly.
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    We hear them similarly. I found the Clear boring coming from the Utopia tbh.
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    And I didn't say how compact so you assumed like a car.
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    Happy Birthday, Todd! Thanks again for creating and continuing to host this madness.
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    The IT Crowd is real:
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    Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst. Pretty good! Better Oblivion Community Center
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    My partner is going to be here this weekend (very soon, in fact!) . I haven't seen her since February. She begged me to not wear an Apple watch while she was here, as I've been obsessed with my step count (I average about 30k daily). I was planning on wearing a Speedy, as I put one of mine on a NATO for summer. but for some reason this felt right (goes great with my Ren and Stimpy socks and Birkies).
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    I never really venture into these threads, but I had to come in here to see what the fuck Al was talking about.
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    I agree with almost all of your impressions on the Utopia v Clear, except for the tonal balance (as I mentioned above). Also, while I agree that the Clear has a bit more bass overall, I think the Utopia do a better job with sub-bass. It's interesting, I don't really get fatigue from listening to headphones anymore. I used to back in college, but as I've gotten nicer and nicer headphones and gear I've consistently lowered my listening volume. I think I used to turn it up when I wanted to hear all of the details, but now they're all there even at low volumes—especially with the Utopias and my estats. Have you tried the Koss ESP/950 or ESP/95X? I feel like they have a pretty similar sonic signature to the HD650s, but they're quite a bit more resolving. Also, because of their plastic construction they're light as a feather so they're pretty comfy (to me, at least).
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    I didn't know Colin had a band.
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    The general consensus on this site seems to be that the Clears have better tonal balance and fewer flaws than the Utopia, but I recently got the Utopias and I definitely prefer them over the Clears. I find them to have better dynamics, clarity, and speed with a similar tonal balance (a little brighter, but still relatively warm, at least compared to my Lambda NBs). What exactly do people dislike about the Utopias in comparison to the Clears?
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    Since I could not visit Chicago this year I went on a Chicago music journey. 1.) 2.) 3.)
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    BBC News - Sir Alan Parker, director of Bugsy Malone and Evita, dies aged 76 https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-53615659 RIP Sir Alan Parker You might be familiar with some of his work. https://www.rollingstone.com/movies/movie-news/alan-parker-the-wall-midnight-express-dead-obituary-1037589/ https://variety.com/2020/film/global/alan-parker-dies-bugsy-malone-midnight-express-1234722160/ “When I go to film festivals and they show my films, they always include The Wall and it’s always packed out. So it always appears wimpy to say I hated making it. I have mellowed a bit, and say it was a ‘tortured but highly creative time’. Not to be repeated.” https://www.loudersound.com/features/the-making-of-pink-floyd-the-wall-the-movie
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    Japanese fashion designer Kansai Yamamoto dies at 76 Unapologetically flamboyant, he shaped the look of David Bowie’s alter ego and also worked with Elton John, Stevie Wonder, and Lady Gaga. https://www.dezeen.com/2020/07/29/japanese-fashion-designer-kansai-yamamoto-dies-at-76/ https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/27/fashion/kansai-yamamoto-david-bowie-japanese-fashion-designer-dies.html?referringSource=articleShare
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