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post #16 of 23
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Originally Posted by daouda View Post
If you cant get a good price for HJE900 in Pilipinas, I can vouch for (burned-in and foam-modded) VBs as very good all-rounders, especially since you can adjust the bass response with their interchangeable plates.
I c do they sound better than all mentioned in terms of bass. and is build quality good?
post #17 of 23
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JVC FX500, Sony MDR-EX500, REO and D-Jays......
Worth the upgrade to fx700 or ex700? and is reo really that good?
post #18 of 23
RE0 are amazing and they can compete with much higher price IEMs(check reviews). JVC FX700, EX700 worth the upgrade with more clarity, soundstage(like full size cans) and bass.
post #19 of 23
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RE0 are amazing and they can compete with much higher price IEMs(check reviews). JVC FX700, EX700 worth the upgrade with more clarity, soundstage(like full size cans) and bass.
fx or ex? gonna get one soon
post #20 of 23
FX has deep, rich reverbing bass, huge soundstage, clear extended highs and detailed mids(overall bright sound). EX has really wide open soundtage, rich detailed mids, punchy bass(overall clear, forward punchy sound) and both need some burn in.......
post #21 of 23
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FX has deep, rich reverbing bass, huge soundstage, clear extended highs and detailed mids(overall bright sound). EX has really wide open soundtage, rich detailed mids, punchy bass(overall clear, forward punchy sound) and both need some burn in.......
My ex85 needed 500 hrs of burn in to sound really good. I think id try out the fx
post #22 of 23
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My ex85 needed 500 hrs of burn in to sound really good. I think id try out the fx
EX vs FX won't make any difference for burn in in general through the line, that should not be something used to decide your purchases. Different models than the EX85 will have different drivers, so the burn in will be different.
post #23 of 23
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Dynamic drivers like ones in ex700 need at least 300hrs of burn in to sound pretty good. So cheaper iems dont need burn in that much. is that what u mean
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