i read most your reveiws after i posted last night, i think i mislead you by saying i want something with mid forward, i just dont like it when mid is veiled.
i have no problem ordering online, i just couldnt find fish audio's website. i dont really like the look of FA eterna and its over the ear style,
how is Fischer Audio Silver Bullet? website shows its out of stock
i think i dont have many choices, after reading some of the reviews more than twice lol
hippo vb, visang/brainwaz r03 and silver bullet
base on your review most likely i will get the silver bullet for the look and price, i think i will be happy with it
Not many mid-range and high-end earphones have veiled mids, to be honest. Fischer audio products can be purchased from bugdenaudio or gd-audiobase. The latter now stocks rev.2 of the Silver Bullets which is supposed to have received a much-needed cable upgrade. I haven't gotten the review up yet but the Phiaton PS 20 is another strong competitor in the ~80 range with no hint of midrange veil, assuming isolation is not a priority and the half in-ear form factor is okay. The PS20, M2/M3, and Silver Bullet all have less mid-bass than the Jamz but are more balanced and less muddy across the range which is a very fair tradeoff in my book.
how to read this ? is the dbr higher the better?
jamz 's bass quantity is 80% of portapro, but the bass of jamz is more punchy and impactfull
"Better" is a relative term - depends on what you're looking for. The graph simply shows you the relative output level at different frequencies. For example for the two Jamz earphones, if you take 1kHz as the base point you can deduce that at the same output @1kHz, the Jamz will have less sub-bass and more rolled-off treble than the Lil' Jamz. In terms of perceived frequency response there are many other factors (ear resonance, hearing sensitivity, loudness response, etc) so you won't necessarily hear your headphones/earphones the way they graph. Conversely you can't graph something by ear objectively, though you can probably graph two headphones relative to each other using pink noise and frequency sweeps (with some practice).
We can graph the Jamz vs the PortaPro and see that the 25-year-old Koss set is still the more balanced headphone. Things like bass control (i.e. punchy vs boomy) and impact quantity (i.e. soft vs aggressive bass) aren't really something you can read off a graph.