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post #4636 of 10370
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Originally Posted by TLY View Post
im thinkin bout sellin my entire home rig and portable rig and just getting the jh-13 pro. anyone think thats a good idea?
I could live with it.
post #4637 of 10370
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Originally Posted by TLY View Post
im thinkin bout sellin my entire home rig and portable rig and just getting the jh-13 pro. anyone think thats a good idea?
Yes, at least for me. Sold two amps and two headphone for JH13 and no regret.
post #4638 of 10370
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Originally Posted by Edwood View Post
LOL, besides, how much would you guys be willing to spend on a personalized carry case?

-Ed
Depends on what kind of case? I will up upward of 100 if anything like the two cases comes with UE11.
post #4639 of 10370
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im thinkin bout sellin my entire home rig and portable rig and just getting the jh-13 pro. anyone think thats a good idea?
Did it. Don't regret it.
post #4640 of 10370
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Originally Posted by TLY View Post
im thinkin bout sellin my entire home rig and portable rig and just getting the jh-13 pro. anyone think thats a good idea?
You're the only one who can tell if it's a good idea. I do know a few members who sold their home rigs or headphones after having bought the JH13s. Iron_Dreamer sold his L3000s, and I certainly didn't think that would ever happen. I sold my HD800s. I didn't think they would be getting enough headtime to justify keeping them. I preferred the JH13s. At the same time, I'm hanging on to a couple headphones because I like both like full-size headphones and love the ones I have. If, however, I had to sell all but the JH13s, I could be perfectly happy.
post #4641 of 10370
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Originally Posted by TLY View Post
im thinkin bout sellin my entire home rig and portable rig and just getting the jh-13 pro. anyone think thats a good idea?
Bad idea!

They sound c**p without a source!

Sceptre
post #4642 of 10370
Talking about the sourcing although it sounds good with X1061 alone, it is not good enough to explore the full potential of JH13. There is noticeable difference in SQ when connected to my home rig.
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im thinkin bout sellin my entire home rig and portable rig and just getting the jh-13 pro. anyone think thats a good idea?
If you haven't had customs before, you might want to be careful before putting all your eggs in one basket. I've been reading about customs for years; yet when I finally bought one, I was unprepared for how hard they are to insert and (especially) to remove. For most people it will be easy, as demonstrated in the instructional video on the Ultimate Ears website, but it all depends on how your ears are shaped. My JH13s are currently in for a refit, but the jury is still out if they are destined to gather dust in a drawer. The sound quality is great, but sound quality isn't everything.
post #4644 of 10370
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Originally Posted by TLY View Post
im thinkin bout sellin my entire home rig and portable rig and just getting the jh-13 pro. anyone think thats a good idea?
Yes
post #4645 of 10370
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Originally Posted by jc9394 View Post
hey wsilvio, another Bostonian owns a JH13.
Who knows, we could be the only JH-13 owners in Boston! BTW, which audiologist did you use?

will
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Who knows, we could be the only JH-13 owners in Boston! BTW, which audiologist did you use?

will
Paul Milner. He is pretty good and an audiophile too.
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Stax or jh13? I'm on a big debate with myself :-)

Also i'm in love with my current setup so buying the jh13 would have me selling my rig first.
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Originally Posted by wsilvio View Post
Who knows, we could be the only JH-13 owners in Boston! BTW, which audiologist did you use?

will
Nah, there is a third one in Boston, I used Brookline Hearing on Beacon St., did a great job as i have no problem with the fit or sealing. They say they do a lot of musicians in the area for in ear custom monitors (including Aerosmith). We should all meet up for lunch but it means taking these amazing instruments out of our ears!!
post #4649 of 10370
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.
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I used Dr. Brian Fligor at Childrens hospital. He is wonderful and works with a lot of musicians.
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