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Like in any other discussion, semantics are crucial if we’re going to get anywhere or reach any kind of consensus. From a technical viewpoint I’ve interpreted incoherency as the drivers sounding too different, like they don’t belong in the same set of phones. (BTW, that’s what the “i” in K3003i is for; “incoherent”) Well, I no longer have my K3003, but I distinctly remember the bass being more defined and live sounding in the mix than with any of my other phones, much the...
Price drop to $1175 USD - Includes PayPal fees and shipping by Registered Post with tracking number.   Payment by PayPal.   Up for sale is my FitEar ToGo! 334 Universal In-Ear Monitor.   It is in LIKE NEW condition and have only been used at home (smoke free and pet free) and have been very carefully handled from day one (considering I may eventually want to sell it). That is, the condition is so good it is like brand new in box.   Includes all original packaging...
Yes, still available! Sorry for the late reply!
Where, and price please! (Guess I'm still missing my K3003i...)
I fear the worst, but we'll see... The signature of the SM64 is the one I can identify within fractions of a second. It is unique (in the true sense of the word) and outstanding. I have great trust in the integrity of EarSonics. I hope the Velvet won't change that, bringing us just another highly resolving phone with a spacious soundstage and a screwdriver to make it V-shaped. I need my 5 kHz suckout!
Wasn't quite aware of this, thanks!
Really goes to show what I've come to realize during last six months or so, that what we appreciate when it comes to IEMs and sound is very personal. Oh yes, I've had my share of TOTL IEMs (see my profile) but right now there's really only one other phone that I appreciate as much (and sometimes even more depending on what I'm listening to) as the FX850, it costs just USD $50 and is too just ****** AMAZING!
Great, and thank you very much! Having some hearing problems these things make me paranoid. Now we are at least three people who hear it so that is very comforting, i.e. these distortions are (most likely) not due to my (our) hearing but to the recordings.
Tonight I listened through the album ”Past Masters” from iTunes’ ”The Beatles Box Set” (recommended!). Most of these tracks sound really decent, even excellent, but when I came to track 27 “Get Back” my jaw just dropped in disbelief. Absolutely horrible sound with the FX850, distorted, unbearable! Fortunately the same track is available on the album “Let It Be” where it sounds just fine. I would say the FX850 is very, very unforgiving. Anyone to disagree? The really fun...
Very interesting! I must have forgotten about "the barells tips". I'll see if I still have them and if they fit me. Well, that was certainly a very interesting take on comparing tips. Never heard about this method before and obviously not smart enough to figure it out myself . I will just have to try it!  Thanks for the tip (pun intended)!
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