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 Yeah, the isolation is all right, they come with a good set foam tips of small, medium and large. However I've realised that the medium doesn't seal perfectly and the large is too uncomfortable for me, but that's obviously a case by case issue.   The other review I found was here: http://www.stereowiseplus.com/2015/04/acs-evoke-studio-universal-in-ear.html
So recently the jack strain-relief on my Phonaks started to fall apart, absolutely heart breaking after 5 long years, but what was exacerbating was the fact that the Phonaks have been out of production in a while, and not only so there didn't seem to be any easy way to get my hands on a new set of grey filters in England. And thus I had the reluctant job of find a similarly priced (£100-£150) replacement. Having read some good reviews of the ACS T15's, I made the illogical...
I'd been out of the IEM game in a while (like, quite a few years), having got the Phonak Audeos and later on a pair of Sennheiser HD595s, however now my Phonak's are starting to show signs of wear (after 5 years or so) and it's getting harder and harder to get filters here in the UK. So, I was wondering what the phones of the months are nowadays, since I'm starting to contemplate replacing the phonaks with something else.   I'm pretty much looking for the...
Verdi's Requiem by Georg Solti and the Vienna Phil with Sutherland, Pavarotti and pals is pretty good in my opinion: (UK Link) http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000GUJZVE/ref=dm_dp_cdp?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1308417937&sr=8-8
Just want to name some from my bank of music, in order from most subjectively flawless to less-but-still-quite flawless (linked with what I think is the best track in the album, because let's face it, sometimes one part of the album is more flawless than other parts combined): The Beatles - Abbey Road Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited (No link for this because of the capitalist bastards patrolling youtube) Porcupine Tree - Fear Of A Blank Planet (Though this album...
lol, Mahler's 6th, I don't know what was more hilarious about it, the giant hammer or the off stage cowbells that sounded like someone was constantly tripping up while carrying a pile of plates
Crayons can melt for all I care - Relient K, just for the irony   Edit: For those who don't understand, see: I just wasted 10 seconds of your life
Quote: Originally Posted by Maxvla  Familiar as in I've performed it before. I play the viola and listen to classical music all day at work (since I work in a violin shop other music is not really a good idea).   Then you are excused, haha.   And yeah, Code Geass was just epic, it was just an epic anime that provided so many different forms of entertainment, it was ridiculous and good, then in the second season it got ridiculous and sorta bad, then...
This might be the music you're looking for: It's anime, I know, but if I'm guessing right, this should be more in the vein for the music you're looking for, most of the related also have choirs. What you can also have a look at Hans Zimmer's Inception album, mind-blowing movie, mind-blowing album, though has no choir which you are looking for.
While my favourites are Abbey Road and White album, none of the Beatle's albums are actually bad, and in my opinion any of their albums is a good starting/continuing position for people to get into their music.   Warning: Anything is good, EXCEPT Yellow Submarine. There's like what? 6 actual song in there?
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