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post #181 of 10094
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From what I heard they are not as colored as the ue-11's and a bit more flat or neutral. Though from what I heard they had plenty of bass and treble but not to the point where one would say it is bassy or edgy but just right.
post #182 of 10094
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I like it. I wonder how the yellow would look against blue?
I'm sure it would look great. But you can't have the Flash insignia on blue! The Flash is red.
post #183 of 10094
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I think he may be referencing to himself there may be? lol but yellow is a good color to bounce of blue really pops hence why I am using that color scheme myself.
post #184 of 10094

my dilemma

I wish there was a service available where one could remold old customs like my ue11pro and have them refitted for someone else...like my wife or let's say for someone else who wants buy them so that it does not go to waste or so that it can have a resale value.

Then I could upgrade or get the JH13pro without feeling like I wasting the ue11pro that's just going go unused. I know if I were to get the JH13pro, the ue11pro is just going to go unused.

Some one should offer remolding at a decent price. I think this way, we can sell and upgrade custom IEM's.
post #185 of 10094
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only company I know to do that is westone for $350 and that is on only their own iem's I believe may be you could contact unique melody about a remold?
post #186 of 10094

overtones

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demonstrated the impact of filtering the highest frequencies and its effect on the lower registers. Using a solo violin, they filtered the highest frequencies starting at 18K, 15K, 12K, and so on. The basic character of the violin was always apparent, but the instrument became more box-like, more basic in its fundamentals as the highest frequencies were filter
exactly. everyone here, gadget lovers all, should know about overtones and how they contribute to the timbre and character of sound. this is also why some DACs are not stopping at 44.1k, obviously. and I say this as a former professional musician who has quite a bit of high-frequency hearing loss, yet still appreciates sonic differences...
post #187 of 10094
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most definitely lets see if they can extend that high up
post #188 of 10094
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Originally Posted by sling5s View Post
I have the ue11pro and found them too bass heavy. So much so that I have to put the bass reducer on my iphone or with my mac book pro and pico amp/dac. I regretted that I didn't purchase the ue10pro.
Now is this JH13pro more like the ue11pro (colored and bass heavy) or like the ue10pro (more neutral and flat)?

was this question brought up at canjam with jerry harvey or here?

thanks
The JH13/11/10x3 did not seem to have as much bass as the UE 11Pro demos (which was not over-done either to my ears), but that doesn't really mean anything because the demos version of a custom might not be all that representative of the actual sound when it is a finished custom fitted IEM. It could improve or worsen depending on how well the demo version gets along with ones ears. In my case, if the final custom version's bass sounded like that of the demos then I would be happy, as it was just bass enough without being too much. I was reassured by JH that the treble peak I heard in the demo would not be there in the final product.
post #189 of 10094
After quite a few minutes of demoing at Canjam, I also preferred the UE10 to the UE11 because of the extra exaggerated bass presence I felt with the 11's. Wish I would have made it to the 13's to compare as impressions in this thread allude to these being more neutral then the UE11's.
post #190 of 10094

Unique Melody:)

Lookie lookie

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Originally Posted by sling5s View Post
I wish there was a service available where one could remold old customs like my ue11pro and have them refitted for someone else...like my wife or let's say for someone else who wants buy them so that it does not go to waste or so that it can have a resale value.

Then I could upgrade or get the JH13pro without feeling like I wasting the ue11pro that's just going go unused. I know if I were to get the JH13pro, the ue11pro is just going to go unused.

Some one should offer remolding at a decent price. I think this way, we can sell and upgrade custom IEM's.
post #191 of 10094
That really does need to happen to customs.. then we could actually re-sell them and their demand would sky rocket
post #192 of 10094
Westone can refit theirs for 350$
post #193 of 10094
Got my impressions done this morning and will ship them out this afternoon.

Can't wait!
post #194 of 10094
I shipped my impressions today.Now I really have to sell my UM3X, hopefully it will be this weekend. Next week I'll be selling the IE8. I'd probably keep the SE530 for the gym , have to think about it.

Now the wait for the JH13 has begun.
post #195 of 10094
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Got my impressions done this morning and will ship them out this afternoon.
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I shipped my impressions today.
Welcome to the club guys
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