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 Here is the thread for those Sony's: http://www.head-fi.org/t/680119/sony-xba-h1-and-xba-h3-hybrid-dynamic-and-ba-iem Right now the JVC HA-FX850 are hot among those that I referred to as "consultants" in the Discovery thread.  Please, read that post again.  We had discussed the subject previously in the Discovery thread seeing that they would not stop buying IEMs and headphones, spending a lot of money trying to get a lot of enjoyment from + or - $100 earphones. ...
I have read some good comments of those S4 compared to other IEMs.  Also, I have read that the EPH-100 don't have enough bass for those who like a lot of bass, just like many of the bassheads.  Could it be possible that the S4 just have more bass quantity than the EPH-100 by design?
 Burn in tightens up the bass frequencies making the mids and highs less bassy and therefore more clear or clearer.  Burn in WILL NOT make the bass reach levels where it wasn't on first listen.  Deep and mid bass hits will be heard/felt better and nicer to your ears because of the bass tightening up.  But, they will not get bigger.  In financial terms, gross bass turns into net/refined bass with burn in.  But, it will not turn into a net bass that is larger than the gross...
What happened?  Why did you delete your post's message?
 OK.  Not everybody has gotten a good fit with the EPH-100.  Also, if you know that no matter how they settle on you, you may remain doubtful about them being genuine, the most peaceful solution would be to return them.  The seller should cover the costs of returning them.  Having the YAMAHA logo improperly printed/carved on one of the earphones, is something that he should have warned you about before selling it.  That makes them defective, even if they are genuine.  And...
Your aim should be at least to get good quality and enough quantity of bass for your ears, that does not muddy up the middle and high range frequencies.
Something else that you ought to know, is that if your previous IEMs have more bass than the new ones, then your brain/ears is going to find the newer pair lacking in bass quantity.  You have to go through a period of brain adaptation to the amount of bass that your IEMs have.  The WOW factor disappears to a significant extent after you get used to big bass earphones.  The disappointment bass factor disappears to a significant extent after we get used to earphones with...
 Don't worry mate.  In the case that your findings unfold to the undoubted conclusion that you got a fake item, eBay will back you up.  In fact, it is eBay's policy that you don't even have to return fake items in order to discourage sellers from trumping someone else with the same item that you got.  So, sleep peacefully and follow the process.  More research comes first, then the conclusion, and then something else.  But, if you got a fake, you are covered if you don't...
Without having an accusing tone, ask the seller why he/she is selling them without the retail package and what evidence she/he has that these are not fake.  An easy way to find out if these are fake is to post them to another Head-Fier who has the same model, for comparisons.  But, let's get more information before doing that.  We will be looking forward to see the pictures of what you got. Also, the sound that you are describing is typical of an improper seal.  What size...
How did things go with your pair, nekromantic?
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