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 What esteebin said - VSD1S is less bassy and more balanced than the GR02 with better overall sound quality. The Flux is more balanced still, but has a mild v-shape to it nonetheless. The MH1C doesn't qualify to be called v-shaped IMO - not enough rise at the top. Curious as to why you didn't like the E10? They're pretty mildly v-shaped.   Yeah I haven't been this curious to try a new universal in a while. Might be the vague but alluring descriptions of the sound...
 Mine's an Azio BTD-V400. It also uses the CSR Harmony software (which I prefer) in place of the standard Windows Bluetooth interface.
 I do think the EPH-100 is better, though there's also a big price gap there. The bass on the NE-700X is loose compared to the EPH-100. That's going to the biggest difference - it sounds sluggish and excessive in comparison even though the EPH-100 doesn't really lag behind in depth and impact. The EPH-100 also has a stronger midrange and smoother upper mids, with a more well-layered presentation.   The NE-700X has quite a bit more bass than the GR99. The MH1C is closer,...
 Never heard of them before
Speaking of Noble, they've just announced some new reference products: http://theheadphonelist.com/noble-launches-fr-pr-variable-tuning-ear-monitors/ 
 I reviewed it here: http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/more-less-vsonic-vsd1-and-vsd1s . In terms of sound quality, I rate it just a bit above the VC02 model.   The R-50 and RE-400 probably won't have enough bass for you, especially considering your music preferences. If you want solid bass and clear vocals the Yamaha EPH-100 would be my pick, but there are lots of other good options such as the JVC FXT90 and even RBH EP1.  I've only tried the Noble 4S and not the 4 or...
 Thanks! No plans to review it at this time but maybe in the future. 
 The AM-800 will have more treble energy overall compared to the VSD1S but less bass impact. It’s a tradeoff, and on the whole it sounds like you might prefer the Astrotecs. I have an Astrotec AX35 which so far seems pretty good. I’ll review it soon. I posted my initial thoughts on it here: http://theheadphonelist.com/brief-impressions-t-peos-accidentally-extraordinary-meze-narmoo-astrotec-olasonic-ear-earphones/  In the very basic sense it’s as Cunnifferous said – no...
 Thanks, glad you're enjoying the M1!  
 The A81 sounds quite different - it’s bassier and has more of a v-shaped sound signature to it with brighter treble as well. I’m not as impressed with its value proposition as I am with the A63 so it’s low on the priority list for a review.  For wireless in-ears good battery life will be a challenge but with full-size or even portable headphones you can fit a nice and large battery in. I got a press release the other day for a full-size Bluetooth set advertised at 40...
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