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Someone send ASG-1 and 2 the way of ljokerl?

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Originally Posted by Thr0waway View Post

Hey Joker,

 

How does the LG Quadbeat HSS-F420 compare to the Vsonic GR02 BE in terms of its V-shaped signature and the general sound quality?

 

You say that the Sony MH1C's treble "is very inoffensive without sacrificing overall refinement." However, you label the Sony MH1C's sound signature as Warm and Smooth; would the treble of the MH1C be less prominent than that of the V-Shaped Quadbeat or R02 BE?

 

Sorry for all the questions but I want to make sure I buy the right pair of IEM so I don't have to go through the hassle of returning them.


Yes, the treble of the MH1C is less prominent compared to the Quadbeat and GR02 BE. Calling the earphones warm and smooth, and calling the treble inoffensive, are not mutually exclusive.

 

The Quadbeat is more balanced than the GR02 BE and has better treble extension. The GR02 BE has more bass and more treble energy overall but also sounds a little thicker (in a good way) than the Quadbeat.

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by MoonYeol View Post

Someone send ASG-1 and 2 the way of ljokerl?


I was supposed to get a set from Aurisonics. Keep forgetting to follow up. 

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Somehow I just wonder how you can even keep up with all of this.. What you're doing is really admirable. And it would be awesome if you got your hands on the ASG-1 and 2.
 

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Originally Posted by MoonYeol View Post

Somehow I just wonder how you can even keep up with all of this.. What you're doing is really admirable. And it would be awesome if you got your hands on the ASG-1 and 2.
 


I can't redface.gif

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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post


I can't redface.gif

I think you deserve a few months hiatus after you hit 300 reviews.

Maybe the mods could lock the thread while you're away.
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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post

I think you deserve a few months hiatus after you hit 300 reviews.

Maybe the mods could lock the thread while you're away.

+1
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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post

I think you deserve a few months hiatus after you hit 300 reviews.

Maybe the mods could lock the thread while you're away.


Can't say I disagree beerchug.gif

 

 

Scares me how much farther behind I'll fall, though. 

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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post


Can't say I disagree beerchug.gif


Scares me how much farther behind I'll fall, though. 

I mean NO DISRESPECT but do you really think you would stop listening to new phones when you were away? I just mean that somewhere deep down that's what you love to do and just a break from feeling that you have to produce reviews and respond to questions might be enough to make you feel better.
Edited by MoonYeol - 7/21/13 at 4:10pm
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Can't say I disagree beerchug.gif

 

 

Scares me how much farther behind I'll fall, though. 

 

 Nah, you'd only be gone from reviews for a few months. I'm sure you can still log on and browse the forums every now and then.

post #11020 of 13452

All this mention of giving joker a vacation makes me wonder, does joker have an actual job?

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From the looks of it, he works somewhere where he can listen to music all day long and write reviews while he's working. Otherwise I don't know how he does it.
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Again I want to clarify that I mean NO DISRESPECT. I'm merely amazed by your commitment and I want to point out that your reviews are actually what showed me that iems were more than just small conductors of sound, all sounding about the same, and that hearing is elemental but listening closely and understanding what you are hearing is an art.
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by MoonYeol View Post


I mean NO DISRESPECT but do you really think you would stop listening to new phones when you were away? I just mean that somewhere deep down that's what you love to do and just a break from feeling that you have to produce reviews and respond to questions might be enough to make you feel better.

 

I would probably listen to just two or three pairs. When I'm just casually listening to music I don't need the best of the best - something at the RE-400 level would be sufficient. 

 

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Originally Posted by MoonYeol View Post

Again I want to clarify that I mean NO DISRESPECT. I'm merely amazed by your commitment and I want to point out that your reviews are actually what showed me that iems were more than just small conductors of sound, all sounding about the same, and that hearing is elemental but listening closely and understanding what you are hearing is an art.


beerchug.gif It took me years to get to that point. 

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Reading reviews from passionate reviewers who are really able to paint a picture of the way something sounds does help a lot in the process. smily_headphones1.gif
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VSD3 & VSD5

 

 

 

VSD3 competitor shure 535

VSD5/VSD3S competitor westone 4R, Sony EX1000

 

VSD3 - 299RMB (49$ us)

VSD5 - 399RMB (65$ us)

 

Day of release - 1 January, 2014

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