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Originally Posted by d marc0 View Post

Hi Joker!

 

I was wondering if you've tried the HTC bundled headset? They sound pretty good to me for a bundled headphone and if my memory is at least close to accurate, they sound more enjoyable compared to the MH1c. Really nice bassy iem I must say; comparable to the Zero Audio Basso. Although not as refined but definitely worth keeping.

 

http://compare.ebay.com.au/like/190876808013?ltyp=AllFixedPriceItemTypes&cbt=y&_lwgsi=y&item_id=190876808013

 

My HTC phone came with a set of HTC-branded earbuds (not an in-ear headset). Never seen that one before.

 

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The Westones sound like I good fit, however, from what I've read, the UE Merlin might also be worth a shot, I just want to make sure I get the signature right before buying, there is nowhere in my area where I can try on universal fit versions sadly. Thanks again.

 

No doubt. Getting the customs with the right sound signature is 100% worth your time. 

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Joker,

 

What would you recommend for jogging, around $75 or less?  I suppose for jogging, they have to be able to hook on the ear?


Mee M6 / S6 :) If you want armature goodness try Sony XBA - 65 :)

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Hi Joker,

 

I'm saving a lot of cash for a high quality in-ear earphone. I'm between the Shure SE846 or a custom Westone ES5.  My musical tastes are varied, I listen electronic, rock, metal, classic and instrumental music. I do like warm sound with good amount of bass but not overwhelming, I like the sound of the westone 4 I currently own. What would yo recommend me? If you where in my shoes which one would you go for? 

 

Thank You!! tongue.gif

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Originally Posted by Towwers View Post

Hi Joker,

 

I'm saving a lot of cash for a high quality in-ear earphone. I'm between the Shure SE846 or a custom Westone ES5.  My musical tastes are varied, I listen electronic, rock, metal, classic and instrumental music. I do like warm sound with good amount of bass but not overwhelming, I like the sound of the westone 4 I currently own. What would yo recommend me? If you where in my shoes which one would you go for? 

 

Thank You!! tongue.gif


I haven't heard the SE846. Has it been released?

 

The ES5 is an earphone I actually quite like even though it doesn't match my preferred sound signature. It fits your requirements of a warm sound with plentiful but not overwhelming bass. It's quite similar to the Lime Ears LE3B I reviewed recently, except with slightly tighter bass, better clarity, and more forward mids. But as for how it compares to the SE846 and whether it's a better fit for you than the Shure, I can't be of any help. 

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I haven't heard the SE846. Has it been released?

 

apparently  now it has been. AT least Singapore

http://www.head-fi.org/t/476455/c-c-tu-portable-tube-amp-review#post_9675305

post #11136 of 13427

Any chance the JH16 freqphase are going to reviewed?

 

Thanks

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apparently  now it has been. AT least Singapore

http://www.head-fi.org/t/476455/c-c-tu-portable-tube-amp-review#post_9675305

 

Thanks. Too bad I've never had any luck getting in touch with Shure. 

 

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Any chance the JH16 freqphase are going to reviewed?

 

Thanks

 

Sorry, only the JH13s. 

post #11138 of 13427

any plans on reviewing the KEF M200? :)

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any plans on reviewing the KEF M200? :)


Not at this time. 

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Couple of new higher-end IEM releases from RHA. Hopefully more of the good stuff that made the entry-level MA-350 enjoyable.

 

MA-600i

 

 

MA-750i:

 

 

 

 

 

Posted the press release here.


Edited by ljokerl - 8/8/13 at 9:34am
post #11141 of 13427

Looks nice --- the MA750 looks like the CK100PRO and the K3003 had a baby delivered by Reid Heath. I like the stainless steel tips tray too.

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^ Ha, I'd rather say the K3003 had a bit on the side with a FAD 1601. wink.gif

 

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I am sold on MA750, will order it for sure. 

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Originally Posted by james444 View Post  ^ Ha, I'd rather say the K3003 had a bit on the side with a FAD 1601. wink.gif


So promiscuous... very_evil_smiley.gif

post #11145 of 13427

Can one trust manufacturers' FR graphs?

 

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