It was a warm welcome. Ignoring you with a cold shoulder would be the opposite. What you got was a straightforward, honest answer without any sugar coating. I have no personal experience with those headphones. I can tell you that the brand is not known for good sound quality. You said you didn't want headphones with a flat frequency response. Since a fairly flat frequency response is a requirement for high fidelity sound reproduction, then you are saying, in effect, that you don't want good sound quality. So I suggested that the product, which I view as being poor in sound quality, would suit your requirements. Is that better? My purpose wasn't to injure your sensibilities. It was simply to answer your question.