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How does this compare to the Futuresonics Atrio with the MG7 drivers?
No one?
I'm planning to reshell my triple.fis and am wondering whether its worth shelling out the extra cash to add a driver to make it a quad driver per side CIEM.   Anyone that has added drivers would care to share the sonic differences before and after the addition of the driver?
Thanks for the replies   MrProggie: I'm definitely not looking for something like that. I need 2 individual inputs that can be controlled by their own volume knobs.   JackMicca: Its sort of like a stereo mixer, but i don't want to have to carry a large mixer device around, was hoping to have something that's amped and around the size of a headphone amplifier as well. I haven't seen anything like that around so that's why i'm asking. :)   Anyone else?
I am looking for a portable headphone amplifier with 2 individually controlled inputs that will both function at the same time.   I've been looking around but the best i found is multiple inputs but only 1 will function at any time, and they're not individually controlled.    Was wondering if anyone here knows of something like that. 
David is an awesome guy. He helped me with my FS customs and I met the man at NAMM too! With the 30day money back guarantee you don't have much to lose except a couple of bucks on shipping. I came from using armatures and will stay away from armatures now because it just cannot reproduce bass frequencies as naturally and the way i like it. I have the Atrios too and i can tell you the customs sound very similar to the atrios except for interchangeable air vents (for more or...
i'm been reading about and tried these two headphones, the Beyerdynamic DT150 and the Denon D2000 and have been thoroughly impressed. Any one has fresh impressions recommendations between the two? Looking to get one or the other. Thanks!
I play drums frequently and moved from Shure to UE to Livewires, to Fidelity to Atrios and to Futuresonics Custom EARS and the Atrios and the Futuresonics Custom EARS are the only ones that are still remaining. They give hte best, most natural sound for monitoring. Period. The sound is not neutral, but it makes monitoring a whole lot more enjoyable.
Just got a reply from Catherine saying to send my monitors back so they can rectify the problem and get it back to me ASAP. Cross my fingers.
Maybe that Jaben forum member missed out the specs on the Fidelity site. "DRIVERS: Triple balanced armatures (Tweeter/Mid/Woofer) FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 20Hz-18KHz SENSITIVITY (at 1kHz): ~118 dB/mW IMPEDANCE: 31ohms ISOLATION: 25-28 dB (depending on accuracy of impressions) MAX INPUT POWER: 150mW DISTORTION: Less than 0.3% CORD LENGTH: 50 inches standard . . . 64 inches optional NET WEIGHT: ~3 oz.(varies with ear size) INPUT CONNECTOR: Gold-plated 3.5mm phone,...
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