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” Its slight warmth is a boon to the RE800, an earphone which has swiftly become a personal favourite. The Megamini shows a slight high-end roll off of about 0,5dB. If you can hear that, you’re not human. Perhaps the biggest reason it sounds warm is its beautifully solid stereo signal. No matter the load, lows, highs, and mids, share neutral load patterns, ensuring nearly equal sound pressure in any stereo band. Typically, high-frequencies and sometimes low frequencies congeal, pulling spatial attention away from the centre, and put too much emphasis on the extremes. Megamini keeps the middle intact.”


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