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Hmm if you can try them out you definitely should before purchasing. I actually feel that the bass is a tad bit too powerful and bleeds a little into the other spectrums on some songs. But on certain electronic/dance songs where the 'beat' is the main attraction, the Super darts really shine.

Atomic Floyd themselves describe the sound signature as a pronounced V shape. I can tell you this at least is true

Feel free to pm me if you have further qs
sorry for the long delay.. But thanks for the reply.. I really want to try them cause I'm really interested in hybrids cause imagine you get that extra umph in the bottom end ya know..
post #677 of 820

Monster Gratitude > Zero Audio Carbo Tenore > Zero Audio Carbo Basso > NuForce NE-700X > Hifiman RE-400 > MEElectronics A161p > Audio Technica ATH-CKN70 > Philips SHE3590 > Hifiman RE2

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I traded for a pair of hifiman re400 's and they might not be as good as some I have like the w4r the 535 the heir 4ai's and so on.. But for a 100 dollar iem all I got to say is wow.. If I had of bought them when I first started this hobby I would probably have not needed to upgrade.. Ok well that's a lie lol but wow are they ever good.. :-)
post #679 of 820
B&O A8 - Sennheiser IE800 - Heir Audio Tzar350 - HA 5.0 - HA 8.a
post #680 of 820
TDK BA200 > Brainwavz B2 > Brainwavz M4 = Pioneer SE-CLX60 > Klipsch Image S4

…it''s something

Suggestions for a direct upgrade?
post #681 of 820

HiFiMan RE-262 > JVC HA-FXT90 > AT CKM99 > FA Silver Bullet > AT CKM500

post #682 of 820

Dunu DN1000 > RE272 > Yamaha EPH 100 > JVC HA-FXT90 > Xears TDII > Brainwavz M2 > Soundmagic PL30 > Velodyne Vpulse > MEElectronics M6 > MEElectronics M9 > Skull Candy INK'd > Skull Candy Titan < no IEM's  : )


Edited by MDH12AX7 - 12/18/13 at 10:04pm
post #683 of 820

Tier 1:

UERM, K3003i, LS8/+, JH13FP, TG334

 

Tier 1.5:

IE800

 

Tier 2:

W4, H-200, SE535, UE900, MDR7550, EX1000, BA200

 

Tier 4:

GR07, RE400, XBA4/3, IE80, SE425

 

These are just ones I remember and can recommend.

post #684 of 820
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Originally Posted by MDH12AX7 View Post

Dunu DN1000 > RE272 > Yamaha EPH 100 > JVC HA-FXT90 > Xears TDII > Brainwavz M2 > Soundmagic PL30 > Velodyne Vpulse > MEElectronics M6 > MEElectronics M9 > Skull Candy INK'd > Skull Candy Titan < no IEM's  : )
I really want to try the re272's. I have the 100 dollar re400 and for 100 bucks I can't believe my ears. They could easily sell them for three times that and I'd pay that. If they put and better cable and had it detachable id deffently pay that. Remarkable iem. smily_headphones1.gif
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AKG K3003>Shure SE846>Hifiman RE272>Shure SE535>DUNU DN1000>Etymotic ER4>ACS T1>Brainwavz R3>Shure SE425>Brainwavz B2>Monster Turbine Pro Gold>Monster Turbine Pro Copper>Brainwavz S1>everything else in my profile


Edited by Ishcabible - 12/19/13 at 7:38am
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AKG K3003>Shure SE846>Hifiman RE272>Shure SE535>DUNU DN1000>Etymotic ER4>ACS T1>Brainwavz R3>Shure SE425>Brainwavz B2>Monster Turbine Pro Gold>Monster Turbine Pro Copper>Brainwavz S1>everything else
Are the brainwavzs really that good? I have to try all these cheaper iems.. Like them.. I think they are cheaper anyways.. Like u said I have the re400 and they are like 100 dollars and I also have like the w4r and the 535 and so on and to be honest I am having a great time with the re400 and the more expensive ones are just collecting dust rite now lol dollar for dollar you just can't beat them.. :-D
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Well by everything else I mean everything else listed in my profile, which is on the lower end of things because I'm not too much of an IEM fan because my ear canals are shaped weird and IEMs get annoying after a couple of hours. I'd say the S1 performs quite well for its price, but it's silly to compare it to anything above $100. I've yet to try the RE400, but I'd certainly be interested in trying it. 

 

After using the K3003 and SE846 for a good period of time, I understand the appeal in ultra-high end IEMs; they're fantastic in their own right, but for travelling, I can't justify spending so much money on them because I just don't listen as intently when I'm not in my home station. I think I listen more for sound signature than detail in a portable setup. My wallet is relieved. I think the DN1000 plus something more mid-heavy but light sounding/analytical (not something like the SE535, but something with a more n shaped sound signature) will be my end game IEM combo. 

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Nice thread, subscribed.
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only own a few...

S4 II > AR s700m > Denon 560 > Beyerdynamic Dtx 101 IE > Cx 300 II > Denon 260

post #690 of 820
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I really want to try the re272's. I have the 100 dollar re400 and for 100 bucks I can't believe my ears. They could easily sell them for three times that and I'd pay that. If they put and better cable and had it detachable id deffently pay that. Remarkable iem. smily_headphones1.gif


pacman46, I haven't tried the RE400, though I hear it sounds much like the RE272 which I own, only with slightly more bass, which it needs. The 272's are velvety smooth and are free of any noticeable frequency peaks or valleys, at least as far as I can tell. In my opinion, they are great for gentle styles of music such as jazz or classical, but lack the bass and treble sparkle to work well with rock or electronic music. They are a great compliment to my DN1000's. Hifiman definitely makes a nice product for the money. Hope you enjoy the RE400's.

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