I know the X3 have a bass and treble boost equalizer, but the X5 has a 10 band graphical equalizer. Does the X3 now have more band equalizer under latest firmware update?
If not, any solutions for the X3 to have a multiple band eq?
I'm thinking of trying the 846.
Can someone comment on the placement of the midrange (slightly recessed, neutral, slightly forward, or forward).
Can someone also comment on the clarity of the midrange (compare clearness to se530, um3x, fx700, ba200, or re262)
Finally, is the midrange smooth, slightly grainy, etc?
Thanks in advance.
Thanks, I just saw a review on the Noble 6. It doesn't seem to have the bass impact I'm looking for.
So where are the mids located on the 846 or 334? Recessed, slightly back, neutral, slightly forward, or forward?
Can someone give a quick and dirty comparison on the shure se846 vs. Fitear 334.
Compare the bass
Compare the midrange (which is more clear, more forward, etc.)
Compare the soundstage
Compare the comfort.
What does the Fitear do better than the 846?
I need to buy one of these very soon. Please any help is appreciated.
I'm shopping for a very good universal iem. In the past I owned several midranged iems such as the fx 700, sm3, se530, ie8, etc. I haven't really listened to iems for a while. I want to get back but on a higher note.
I'm considering the Fitear 334, shure 846, ie800. I listen to a variety of musics such as R&B, Sade, Kraftwerk, bee gees,some hip hop, etc. I love clear midranges, good bass, good space, good warmth, adequate but not too much treble. I loved the sm3 but the...
Both sounds awesome AFTER you tweak them.
Without tweaking they both give very clean and flat output if you are into that. I RMAA them a long time ago, they both gave nearly equally clean and flat signals with little distortion (as compared to other players).
Tuning with Rockbox is easier (like tuning the bass and treble) but Rockbox only works for higher resolution screens with the 480x640 resolution file (still doesn't fit properly though).
Tuning with Neutron is a...
I hope this doesn’t hurt sales for headphone makers. I just want to help out the community with my findings.
Now many iems owe their sound mostly to how they are tuned and very little to how they are built acoustically. In other words, many iems have been equalized beforehand. Knowing this, I attempted to equalize certain headphones to make them sound better. I succeeded.
The key is a great equalizer (such as the Walkman app for android). For example, I made the...