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Soundwise I'd say that the signature is similar to the SE215, with a little more bass, a little more treble, and perhaps not as detailed. At lower volumes, I find that the MeeAudio X7 is more enjoyable than the SE215. To feel the bass in the SE215 I have to crank up volume more than with the X7 Plus.   This is something that Tyll pointed out several times: headphones with a somewhat v-shaped sound signature tend to feel flatter and more musical at lower volumes than...
Yeah, but I prefer to wear it below my chin. Just as when you wear a new watch the wrist quickly gets used to it, the cable below the chin becomes invisible to me after some minutes, and eliminate cable micrphonics and issues when answering a call.
 I would also like him to ellaborate. I have to say that I agree with most of what has been said about sound quality here. These are good sounding IEMs, period, and not good sounding for a bluetooth IEM. I do agree that they have a V shaped response, but they are very musical and the timbre is quite nice. I find them in terms of sound signature similar to Philips Fidelio L1, with more treble but similar lows and mids. Compared to other budget IEMs like SHE3590 for example,...
Well, I've been using the 3590 for quite some time now, and I thought that I'd make some comments, not because my sound eval is better or significantly different than others, but because I think that although they are somewhat v-shaped in sound signature, this signature is not so strongly marked in sound as it is remarked in reviewsand there are some special notes about the bass on these headphones. Also, the somewhat harsh treble (only noticeable with some kinds of music)...
I can just make an echo: welcome to this hobby. You'll spend a lot (believe me), but the rewards is awesome when you progressively discover that the word music acquires a very different meaning through time, experience, and hours of listening. Cheers & best regards. Bas.
Shigzeo, thanks for your words. I agree with you on the numbering issue, but well, I changed it while I added the pictures. They are the ones I was able to find on the net when I was seeking some info on the net, not of my own pair of headphones. I'll see if I can take a picture of mines later and change them. Thanks again and best regards.
Thanks for your thoughts pi3guy. I initially thought about the '.' vs ',' when I wrote the numbers, but I thought that it was difficult to confuse (let's agree, two zeros do not make for any other number). I'll change it and add some pictures. Thanks again! Regards.
Well, here it is my review of the Panasonic RP-HX50 Slimz. As I didn't found too much info about these on internet, I decided to write a review after a two weeks of use. I'm going to split the review into four sections: presentation of the product, hardware characteristics and comfort notes, sound quality, and final conclusions. 1. Presentation of the product. The RP-HX50 comes in a very simple double-dvd case with 'notches' to keep it inside in the exact...
Rick, that was a great answer! I made three filters: the two I described in the first post, and the one you described, with the 1:10 values. You are right that they won't work without an amp. At least from my PCDP, the signal is indeed very attenuated. I usually hear in my house at 20% of volume, and in the street at 40%, and now even at 100% I can listen to the music but very softly. So, I connected the crossfeed filter between the headphone out from my Yamaha C-4...
*bump* Can someone give me any guidance? I'm kinda lost here please! Cheers, Sebastian.
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