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post #91 of 506
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Not sure if its been mentioned but my KM92's came today and sound no where near as good as my N1's.

As for EQ'in the N1's I find they sound best on my s618f (sony) than any other player I have (inc S639F and fuse).

And N1's are still doing it for me, I've had virtually all the top end IEMS and based purely on enjoyment (I love soundstage and bass) for listening to dance/electonica they're my faves.
post #92 of 506
^ No, I believe no one else has got their KM92s yet.

Do you have Rockbox on your Fuze?
post #93 of 506
Does anyone know Philips N37? Take a look here.
Review: Philips N37 In-Ear Headphones review - ZuneBoards
post #94 of 506
They look exactly like the Sonia II. But then again the KM92s look almost exactly like the N1. I don't think Philips ever marketed these in Europe.
post #95 of 506
I've seen that same case on others also. It won't be the same. Playaz advertises drivers from Japan with neodymium magnets etc.. That one will be from China though the case is likely the same. Don't care for the case cosmetics much. Perhaps that's part of why he's revising them.
post #96 of 506
How much did you guys pay for your Playaz? In average, $10 ~ $30 per piece? If Playaz can afford Japan drivers, I don't see why other companies can't? It's almost all OEM, ODM nowadays. When I saw similar earphones, I linked it for anyone who might be interested. I don't intend to knock Playaz at all. Who knows, we maybel find something even better and cheaper.
post #97 of 506
Playaz sonia II are just so good... cant describe its performance for the price.. just too good
post #98 of 506
^ Hi Thomas, welcome to head-fi! Glad you like your Sonia IIs!

But seriously, if you don't want to be mistaken for someone who just signed up to hype these phones (BTW Thomas is the seller of the Playaz IEMs), you might want to tell us a bit more about yourself. How did you discover head-fi, which phones have you heard, from what source are you playing them?

No offense, just being curious...
post #99 of 506
i not thomas haha!
post #100 of 506
^ I know, I was just joking. I see you live in Asia. Did you buy the Sonia II from Germany (=Thomas) or from a local dealer?
post #101 of 506
Yep bought from thomas. It is by far my favorite among playaz n3 and xears xm1. Perfect words to describe it would be "small but terrible". The n3 sounds more speaker like among the 3 and is the most non fatiguing. Are we on the same page. they are cheap but doesnt sound cheap huh
post #102 of 506
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Originally Posted by 2rooi123 View Post
Yep bought from thomas. It is by far my favorite among playaz n3 and xears xm1. Perfect words to describe it would be "small but terrible". The n3 sounds more speaker like among the 3 and is the most non fatiguing. Are we on the same page. they are cheap but doesnt sound cheap huh
Yes, I think we are on the same page, n3 sounds relaxed and non fatiquing, but Sonia II sounds spectacular (I believe you meant terriffic, not terrible). xm1 is a bit too bassy/muddy but still impressive for such a tiny IEM. All of them are very good value for the price.

BTW which DAP do you have and do you use EQ? I'm asking because almost all Playaz/Xears phones (except xm2) have too much bass for my taste.
post #103 of 506
I just got Rockbox running on the clip+. So maybe I'll get some Playaz now
post #104 of 506
^ Wow, the cheapest way to get a DAP with excellent EQ!
BTW I have ordered their new model, the Playaz AR100 and will post my impressions next week.
post #105 of 506
It's a big buggy still but should be better soon I guess. Having it play sound goes a long way . Tho at the moment I'm messing around with the RX700 and the HA98, may not get any new IEMs just now
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