[QUOTE=Banggugyangu;46334371]I posted the link originally as a comical anecdote. You, however, got butthurt for some reason and decided to make an ass of yourself. Secondly, if that picture was "off any site", you would be able to google it quickly. Go ahead.
Also... Look at any big concert in the last 5 years. If the artist is ANYONE, look at there ears. What do you see? Custom IEMs. On the majority of televised concerts, if recorded with an HD camera, if you look hard enough, you'll even see the small UE logo on the side. Are you calling practically every performing artist "suckers"? Where are your credentials to prove your absolute knowledge on this subject? Where's the link to your platinum album that you so gracefully demanded from me? You didn't even understand why they look they way they look originally, which proves to me that you don't have the slightest clue wtf you're talking about. So now, until you can prove yourself to have a relevant opinion about them, stfu.[COLOR="Silver"]
I really don't care to take this any further but one point: I don't buy things just because celebrities buy them, that's just falling for marketing. I hope you realize that companies, especially those in niche industries, like to give their products to celebrities for free in order to get free marketing. And I have no burden to provide any credentials, I am not the one claiming to be a professional musician and using that supposed "authority" or "expertise" to give credibility to my opinions on things. I prefer to use things like facts and technical details to give my opinions credibility. Now if you said:
"Oh hey indecentspeech, I know you think these headphones are overpriced and ugly, but they have quite the frequency range and can pick up highs and lows very well. They're also evenly balanced throughout that range... etc."
Then I might have been like: "Oh okay man, I gotcha."