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Up for grabs is one complete Hifiman HM-700 / RE400-B Combo. As members might know this is Hifimans new offering which consists of one HM-700 DAP unit and ready to run "balanced" RE400-B earphones. I recently bought the unit it sounds great but I just have too much gear to use it all the time. Comes complete with everything: Box, manuals, tips, earphones, adapters (to run unbalanced earphones with the player) plus HM-700 unit. Ready to go looking for a new home.  
Up for grabs is one complete Hifiman HM-700 / RE400-B Combo. As members might know this is Hifimans new offering which consists of one HM-700 DAP unit and ready to run "balanced" RE400-B earphones. I recently bought the unit, it sounds great but I just have too much gear to use it all the time. Comes complete with everything: Box, manuals, tips, earphones, adapters (to run unbalanced earphones with the player) plus HM-700 unit. Ready to go looking for a new home.  
If I remember rightly that chart I posted is with 32ohm load - TF10 (I cannot find the actual link right now).One would assume the roll-off with 16ohms would be even more though without a proper chart I cannot give percentages.ClieOS has measured the output impedance at 0.4ohm, I remember that much.Link: http://www.head-fi.org/t/637417/colorfly-c3-appreciation-and-discussion-thread/1455#post_9582769 
I quite enjoy the clarity rushes I get with Altone, when a song for example busts into the chorus and you're listening quite loud the mid-range clarity just melts in each ear. Makes you start dancin.
Your S4 measures well with 32ohm loads. though people report problems with 12ohms.Quite a detailed blog here: http://www.jensign.com/S4Distortion/With 32ohm's you're almost ruler flat. (Let's remember S5 is 16ohms)
The roll-off in C3 shouldn't be there, some call it laziness in implementation. But it gives the player a unique character which probably contributes to how clean S5 sound for us, we're just taking the edge off, and in this situation used to our advantage. As you use higher impedance IEM / headphone the roll-off will gradually disappear (as you move up impedance it will become less and less) Adding an amp also corrects the point in question completely.
When we run Brainwavs S5 (or any low impedance IEM for that matter) from Colorfly C3 there's gradual roll downwards from 100Hz in bass (about -2db by 30Hz)So what this does is take an edge off and lessen bleed into the mid-range, the result is a cleaner further towards neutral IEM.Remember pages back when I said I use Clip to get true frequency response of an IEM? Well, when I do that they're pretty bassy, but not to the extend some members mention. Problem is the...
See here? Type what you're wanting to research in there. 
Hello to all the new members! 
Well the walls are quite thin, they seal on the outer edge of your canal (shallow) rather than deep inside so the seal is rather light.Spent $4 and find out: http://www.lunashops.com/goods.php?id=4156Can also be found in separate sizes down this page: http://www.lunashops.com/search.php?encode=YTo0OntzOjg6ImtleXdvcmRzIjtzOjQ6InRpcHMiO3M6MToieCI7czoxOiIwIjtzOjE6InkiO3M6MToiMCI7czoxODoic2VhcmNoX2VuY29kZV90aW1lIjtpOjE0MDUyNTE4MDA7fQ==Or on...
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