Given that the job of headphones is to reproduce the soundwaves indicated by an audio source, I'm pretty sure that is the only metric that matters. Or, tell me, why should we pay hundreds of dollars for equipment that can't reproduce sound properly?
the poster's intent was somewhat obvious.
I've seen two bums off their heads on butane and nail varnish gibbering away. They seemed to understand each other perfectly well.
I'm not a bum.
The jury's still out on that. But it is clear you're an asshole.
This is slashdot, news for nerds. The proper anatomical term is "anus."