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Kind of in the same vein of thought as TLY, I'm thinking of getting a job for a while just to pay for these(assuming I can find a job). I'd like to hear them first though. Anywhere in Chattanooga or the North Georgia area to hear them?
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I'd like to hear them first though. Anywhere in Chattanooga or the North Georgia area to hear them?
How are you going to hear a custom IEM???
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How are you going to hear a custom IEM???
Or the universals. I just want a very broad idea of how they will sound.
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If you have frequent flyer miles or can make it the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest, JH Audio will be there with their demo units.
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My JH13Pro sound best on a home rig (CD5001 > Apogee mini-DAC > Woo WA6) so If your rig is appropriate for IEM you may want to keep it.
I agree, the 13's sound greeeaaaat on the Woo 6. The music flows.
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If you have frequent flyer miles or can make it the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest, JH Audio will be there with their demo units.
Anything a little more East Coast? I refuse to pay more than 70 bucks(in gas or otherwise) to try the unit. 1/16 is a significant fraction of cost, if you think about it!
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Anything a little more East Coast? I refuse to pay more than 70 bucks(in gas or otherwise) to try the unit. 1/16 is a significant fraction of cost, if you think about it!
If I am not wrong, JH audio is offering 100 bucks off and free impressions for the rocky mountain meet. U can use it too offset the gas. Unfortunately for me, it can't offset my plane ticket...
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Anything a little more East Coast? I refuse to pay more than 70 bucks(in gas or otherwise) to try the unit. 1/16 is a significant fraction of cost, if you think about it!
East coast? JH Audio is in Florida, near Disney World. LOL.
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If I am not wrong, JH audio is offering 100 bucks off and free impressions for the rocky mountain meet. U can use it too offset the gas. Unfortunately for me, it can't offset my plane ticket...
Can anyone confirm if that's true?
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My JH13Pro sound best on a home rig (CD5001 > Apogee mini-DAC > Woo WA6) so If your rig is appropriate for IEM you may want to keep it.
Yup! Home gear and the JH13's are the ticket! The WA6 does well...but the Sonett rips a new one (the space/time continuum that is)!

You can build a very credible and cost effective system starring the JH13 with few problems. But, like other premium transducers they will leave you wondering "just how good can these be?". "How far can I take them with a re-cable?". "What about mega-buck sources....and finding the right amp?".

They ain't hard to drive but offer a acoustic lens on the equipment being used. The better the supporting cast....the more aptly they will amaze you!

"Shock and awe" comes to mind....... they did it again this eve'!
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Can anyone confirm if that's true?
JH Audio | Facebook

This is where i got the info from.
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Yup! Home gear and the JH13's are the ticket! The WA6 does well...but the Sonett rips a new one (the space/time continuum that is)!

You can build a very credible and cost effective system starring the JH13 with few problems. But, like other premium transducers they will leave you wondering "just how good can these be?". "How far can I take them with a re-cable?". "What about mega-buck sources....and finding the right amp?".

They ain't hard to drive but offer a acoustic lens on the equipment being used. The better the supporting cast....the more aptly they will amaze you!

"Shock and awe" comes to mind....... they did it again this eve'!
This is very, very true. For as good as my UMDAC/SR71A drives the JH13, when I use them with my DL3 (Cullen level 3) and RPX-33, I have so much more. Ridiculous detail. Diana Krall's voice is "in the room." Dynamics are massive. The music is about as vivid and alive as just about any sound reproduction I can remember experiencing. There is zero noise floor.

Now I wish I could have that at the office.
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Is anyone else's cable falling apart? The braid on mine is unravelling in spots and the rubber at the Y connector is breaking apart.

Time for a replacement l guess. Sad that you pay so much for these brilliant monitors and have to put up with a very mediocre cable to go along with it.

Any suggestions?
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Any suggestions?
Contact Jerry or Brittany and ask them.

Other than turning green, same as my UE11s, my cable is fine so far.
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Contact Jerry or Brittany and ask them.

Other than turning green, same as my UE11s, my cable is fine so far.
That sounds like the best way i would have to agree, unless you plan on using DIY or after market cables from Null Audio and such.

No un-braiding or cracking for me over here, except that my connector is greenish nothing's wrong.
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