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Yes, I'm providing the latest info.Edit: As of today, at least, this is what I was told directly from Manny after he checked up on it for me.
Important notice: I just received confirmation that the "iem" versions will not have the same max output power as the non iem versions. Again, even with the gain switch, the iem versions will have much less power.
   Sounds like we agree on the K3003's poor bass extension (not really sure the word "light" works here, but however you want to say it)!  It's cool, man. :)   Hi Dragonsan, perhaps this chart of the k3003 will help you see what people are hearing: You can see the k3003's bass rolls-off. You can also see the treble burst followed by a lessening in the treble. The ie800, thanks to the special venting system with helmholtz resonators, is hard to get an accurate chart for,...
Than Thanks, Jack! Important info.
In fact, the k3003 measures with poor bass extension. It's been a while since I've heard the k3003, but people have pm'd me asking for something with better bass extension to replace their k3003, so it's definitely audible. The ie800 has better sub-bass, by contrast.
Sure, why not?
Ah, I got it. Well, I'm not sure we can say for sure. Would you be willing to pm casey to ask how to reconsile the chart? I've chatted with him a bunch and don't want to bug him (hi Casey!).
Okay, was your explanation that the table only shows low gain for "max output" for the iem versions actually confirmed by LH?Please link me to it, if possible.
  Casey confirmed a few pages earlier that the current iem versions will have gain switches and that the iem version will have the max output power as the non-iem version.  This chart seems to contradict the part about having the same maximum output power (with gain switch set to "high"). As you can see, there is quite a disparity between the iem and non-iem in terms of max output. Shouldn't they be the same? So, either the chart is incorrect, Casey was incorrect, or...
Huh, okay. What's the explanation then? I'm curious and I'd like to understand better.
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