Depends, but probably not. Maybe if you play acoustic in quiet places. A real stage monitor usually has a different tuning. Look at Westone's pro line, Sensaphonics, Future Sonics, UE, etc. for real stage monitors
Hmm, the vibro veritas tends to shelve down at 3-4khz, versus professional measurement rigs... other than that, very interesting
I think both measurements and an awareness of the limitations of measurements are useful in helping to understand what our ears are telling us.
Hmm, maybe a different eartip will help that, I think people are using Auvio tips in the ie800 thread? Would you say that the micro detail of the t8ie matches the ie800? That's the big question for me.
Cool, thanks! I'm enjoying the ie800's detailed midrange, subbass, treble extension, and I'm okay with the timbre and even the cable is working well for me somehow. I'd like a natural sounding iem (dynamic driver) that still has that detail, subbass and treble extension. The T8ie is definitely interesting. From reading alone, it seems like the Lyra has possibly flubbed it a bit and I'm not quite interested in the Dita iems, again based on the reviews.
The uerm can have a bit of treble roughness, the uerr is smoother and doesn't have the same treble elevation as it is more even above 2khz. The uerr is a slightly warm take on neutral, not so far from the noble 4, but minus the treble elevation.
You might ask Full Circle about the Savanna, which a slightly retuned 4C. That might be exactly what you are looking for if he smoothed out the treble. Ask him.