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  I did. It was a long time since I heard the ES5. But I remember it to be a bit warmer and I think the V6 is a little bit clearer and spacious. The ES5 is more smooth sounding.
  I find it alot clearer than the I9pro and a bit above the 8.A.     Less than the 8A and alot less midbass.
    Metal ;)
  Iam not 100% sure about that either but my NT6 Pro treble improved alot over time. It was extremly harsh in the beginning. I have owned them both. My Wan Xuan i9 Pro has improved alot but it has a dynamic driver.   The V6 sounds clearer than the 8A. Less midbass and it can handle faster music much better. The bass got rather bloated during fast dubble bass drumming. The V6 has alot more treble. I don´t understand why the 8A has 4 drivers for the upper register when its...
The V6 is really a steal for 650$. It can almost match my NT6 Pro in clarity. Very close. But they are far from burned in. I have only used them for like 3 hours maybe. The V6 has alot more bass than I thought they would have. More than the NT6 Pro but less than Wan Xuan I9 Pro. Mids are more forward compared to the NT6 and the soundstage is a little bit smaller. Need to burn in the V6 more.   I found them both better in everyway than Heir 8A and Westone ES5.
    The V6 is really a steal for 650$. It can almost match the NT6 Pro in clarity. Very close. But they are far from burned in. I have only used them for like 3 hours maybe. The V6 has alot more bass than I thought they would have. More than the NT6 Pro but less than Wan Xuan I9 Pro. Mids are more forward compared to the NT6 and the soundstage is a little bit smaller. Need to burn in the V6 more.   I found them both better in everyway than Heir 8A and Westone ES5.
    Yeah I can do that :) I will be getting back my NT6 Pro tomorrow I can write a short review. Comparing it to NT6 Pro, Wan Xuan I9 Pro and Heir 8A.
Finally got my 1964 V6. They sound bassier than I thought they would do and brighter. Not that far from NT6 Pro. A little warmer and a bit more neutral. Need to listen more.
  Not yet, but I think I have to send them back for a refit. The right one hurts alot to put in. The right nozzle is also the shortest. I don´t find the sound to be laid back at all except maybe the treble as its almost non existant most of the time. Mids sound forward and distant at the same time and rather bright and rough. The bass is exactly as you described it. The soundstage is big but not huge with good depth. The biggest soundstage I have ever heard is with my...
  I wonder if burn in can really change them that much. But they are dynamic.
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