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Me too, just amazing!
Yes, probably one of the most underrated phones on the market, and the map app is just outstanding TOTL, really.
Your perception of at what frequencies vocals sound seem to be way off, or I misunderstand you completely? Human vocals range from about 84.41 Hz to 1046.50 Hz. From Wikipedia:"The following are the general vocal ranges associated with each voice type using scientific pitch notation where middle C is written as C4. Some singers within these voice types may be able to sing somewhat higher or lower Soprano: C4–C6 (261.63 Hz - 1046.50 Hz)Mezzo-soprano: A3–A5 (220.00 Hz - 880...
I want one too 😄 (and to be Headphoneus Supremus) If you can't beat'em, join'em...😄
Yeah, you're probably right...  Thanks, you're my hero (unlike those other snakes in this thread)!  So, we no longer have to guess! AKG K3003i = A KinG of incoherency.
WARNING, OT, and I don't wish to debate it!   I don't care much for and I don't appreciate personal one line posts that just reflect what the writer happens to have on his mind; like:   - Hm... interesting - I wish I could afford it - That's funny when you think about it - That would perhaps be a good match for my DAP - I like my Carbo Tenores - I don't like forward mids - etc., etc., etc.   I'm not saying one line posts per se are bad, they can say more than en...
Noted!
Thanks for the kind words! So far the large stock tips (shallower fit) and the medium SpinFit tips (deeper fit (got'em from Dopaminer who has/had(?) a private stock). Can't yet say which ones I prefer sound wise, but with the SpinFits I could probably shake the brain out of my head and they would still remain in my ears. Very comfortable too. Initially I was a bit worried about the relatively narrow bore size (stock and SpinFit), but can't so far say that a wider bore size...
After having spent some more time with the DuoZA I agree with Dopaminer; this is a great phone and absolutely the best phone I've ever heard for casual listening, like when commuting, going to the gym, watching a movie, playing a computer game and so on. It's very forward and intimate, yet smooth. The powerful bass is really needed to balance out the equally powerful and forward mids and treble. It has plenty of detail and awesome stereo effect. It puts you in the front...
Just had my first hour (or was it two or three hours? Time flies when you fun!) of listening to the DuoZA (and also comparing it to my DN-2000). Yes, it's smooth but still far from soft-boiled, it can still bite when needed and actually goes very well with strings, better than the DN-2000 if you want a more realistic basic ring. Way to early for any definite impressions, especially as I'm under the impression it changes quite a bit with burn in, be it in the drivers or in...
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