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I've been calling my V10 end game since the day this thing launched on Verizon October 31st of last year. This phone along with either my Q701 for at home on the couch, or with the HM5 or Re-Zero on the go. This thing fits my preferred sound signature perfectly. Super clean, flat response, and detailed with plenty of power. I never have to exceed 40 out of 75 with any of my headphones or in ears.
Kind of annoying, but for $35 ill keep waiting. My old RE-Zero still works in the meantime.
Well, the V10 came out last October. I'd assume if they were to have a successor it would come out about a year later. It hasn't been a year yet, it's only June.    I got mine October 31st, which was launch day on Verizon. I still love it and have no real complaints. I don't think it's slow or underpowered at all. I remember immediately thinking it actually seemed quicker and smoother than the HTC One M9, that My V10 replaced, which had the 810, instead of the 808, but...
Im willing to bet it sounds better than the E10K.
Brainwavz HM5 with my LG V10 at the current moment.
Ill explain the volume steps. In hifi mode it goes from 0 to 75. With the up and down buttoms it goes up or down in increments of 5. You can adjust in steps of 1 by using the slider on the screen though to fine tune it.
Ive never heard the m50 for myself, but going off of what i remember reading about the M50, the HM5 should be the more nuetral heqdphone. The one with the flatter response overall. For me it compares very nicely with my Q701. I call it my sealed back Q701. It sounds very similar in terms of frequency response.
Same here. If possible i will be keeping my V10 past the 2 year mark. No reason it shouldnt last.
The 00 is a much higher impedance.... So it doesnt seem to be.
I already have the RE-Zero, and the RE-400, but i just joined the drop on the RE00. I really like the Zero, but am not a huge fan of the 400. For $35, i might as well try them.
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