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oh chase me up about this is a few days and if you want ill give you some camparisons.  i too rather adore the R3 sound wise.  atm id say it comes down to have treble sensitive/tolerant you are.
chipping in, have read almost none of this thread but been listening to the titans today.   HOLY FCUK!!!!!! completely non objective or done any comparisons or anything but first impressions, just holy crap!   very V shaped, very source dependant, very open, very excitable in the treble, VERY detailed.  actually it reminds me of the impressions from the early days with the IE8.
HiFiMAN RE-300a and RE-300h Quick Review   Thanks to HiFiMAN for the samples.   Brief:  HiFiMAN do a new low ender.   Price:  US$50 or about £32   Specification:  See here for the h http://www.head-direct.com/Products/?act=detail&id=230 See here for the a http://www.head-direct.com/Products/?act=detail&id=224   Accessories:  Two pairs of tips, a shirt clip and 10 replacement filters. Both tips are very nice but odd you only get 2 pairs.   Build Quality: ...
HiFiMAN RE-300a and RE-300h Review   Thanks to HiFiMAN for the samples.  
ive not heard an HD25 but isnt it supposed to be be rather V shaped?  certainly its got to be much more bassy than the 272 is id think
Bump.   it would seem they have just been given a price slash, so now rather than being £40 they are new just £30.  presumably still with free worldwide delivery  which to mee seems a bit crazy.  talk about a bargain!
well im pleased you like, lol both the M1 and my scrawlings.   hmm you know i cant remember the tips changing much.  hmm maybe it was done over time but then again ive got so many tips kicking about they all start to mentally blend together.  like that one i used with the Momentum's, the number of people that asked where i got them and try as i could i could not place what they had come from.   still it was fun to be directed back to something id not really looked at...
and here i am with said link   http://www.head-fi.org/t/752434/brainwavz-m1-quick-review-by-mark2410
Brainwavz M1 Quick Review   Thanks to mp4nation back in the day for the sample.   Full length old review here http://www.head-fi.org/t/499583/brainwavz-m1-review       Brief:  Old but still at the top its field.   Price:  US$44.50 or about £29   Specification:  Transducers/Drivers: Dynamic, 10.7mm,Rated Impedance: 32ohms Closed Dynamic, Sensitivity: 110dB at 1mW, Frequency range: 20 ~ 20000Hz, Distortion: <= 0.3% @ 94dB, Channel balance: =< 3dB (at 1000Hz),...
yes, Brainwavz seem to be trying to give them another little push into the spotlight.  since i owed them a favour i said id do a new "quick review" of my pair,  lol yes this review is sooooo old that it pre-dates my also doing a quick review for things.    so the things are old, crazy old in the IEM world but you know they really are bloody good.  i mean beats fans would prob hate them but for headfi its such a great, neutral esq sound for the very few amount of pennies...
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