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post #2836 of 3072

Pairing the 4T with my Ak120. It sounds great. Have to boost more bass on the AK120 :)

 

Almost the same surface area.

 

 


Edited by midnightwalker - 11/6/13 at 9:25pm
post #2837 of 3072

my 4G makes my RE-262 sing - a shame that this lovely iem got discontinued.

the synergy is so good my 272 have been gathering dust

 

great amp by Robert.

post #2838 of 3072

Hi, Is it worth getting the Arrow 4T over the Arrow 3G? I need to decide this today. Thanks.

post #2839 of 3072
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Hi, Is it worth getting the Arrow 4T over the Arrow 3G? I need to decide this today. Thanks.
Depends... What are your preferences soundwise?
post #2840 of 3072
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Hi, Is it worth getting the Arrow 4T over the Arrow 3G? I need to decide this today. Thanks.

3G has good bass but makes soundstage smaller. It has dark soundsign.

4T still has good bass but more balance. The treble is better and more sparkle than 3G.

4T is newer than 3G and Rob improves the 4th Gen from the 3rd Gen.

IMO i will chose the 4th Gen instead.
post #2841 of 3072
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3G has good bass but makes soundstage smaller. It has dark soundsign.

4T still has good bass but more balance. The treble is better and more sparkle than 3G.

4T is newer than 3G and Rob improves the 4th Gen from the 3rd Gen.

IMO i will chose the 4th Gen instead.

 

Thanks. I do prefer better treble. Would you say it is more detailed?

post #2842 of 3072
If you like treble, take the 4N instead. 3G does not fit your needs.
post #2843 of 3072
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If you like treble, take the 4N instead. 3G does not fit your needs.

 

I'm wondering how does it compare to C5.

post #2844 of 3072
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I'm wondering how does it compare to C5.

 

No, I haven't tried the C5 yet, unfortunately :(

post #2845 of 3072
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3G has good bass but makes soundstage smaller. It has dark soundsign.

4T still has good bass but more balance. The treble is better and more sparkle than 3G.

4T is newer than 3G and Rob improves the 4th Gen from the 3rd Gen.

IMO i will chose the 4th Gen instead.

 

What about transparent and instruments separations between 3G and 4T? Im wondering to upgrade or not my 3G, which better for classical music you think? Thanks!

post #2846 of 3072
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What about transparent and instruments separations between 3G and 4T? Im wondering to upgrade or not my 3G, which better for classical music you think? Thanks!

 

If you like the 3G, it is likely you will also like the 4T. The 4T is brighter compare to 3G and has better separation. Sound stage also wider. I am not listen to classical music so I think other members can help you better than me. However, some of my friends who listen classical think that the 3G is too dark for their music.

post #2847 of 3072
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If you like the 3G, it is likely you will also like the 4T. The 4T is brighter compare to 3G and has better separation. Sound stage also wider. I am not listen to classical music so I think other members can help you better than me. However, some of my friends who listen classical think that the 3G is too dark for their music.


Thank you! I like 3G's power bass on orchestral tutti and organ, but also really need better separation for most difficult classical and choral music. Hope 4T upgrade will help me)

post #2848 of 3072

I have a 4G (upgraded this year so the battery is like new) in perfect condition for sale in the forums if anyone wants one shipped in the US immediately! Check out my signature for the link.

post #2849 of 3072
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I'm wondering how does it compare to C5.

I got a c5 as a gift a week or so ago and I honestly think the arrow 4t is superior to my ears in every way, not to mention the solid build quality and tiny footprint of the arrow
post #2850 of 3072
I feel like everybody forgot about the 4g lol
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