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post #11596 of 13423

In Chinese, people informally refer to 'moving iron' (動鐵, 动铁) as balanced armature (平衡電樞, 平衡电枢), and 'moving coil' (or rather 'moving loop', 動圈, 动圈) as dynamic. Something got lost in translation there.

post #11597 of 13423
Yup, moving iron=BA, moving coil=Dynamic. Yeah definitely not a MA.
Edited by Inks - 9/28/13 at 12:22am
post #11598 of 13423

Amazon reviews can be pretty random, and usually in this kind of items they only check if the sound is decent and thats enough for the everyday John. They usually rate the visuals not the actual sound of the iem, it is a very superficial rating about looks, build materials...

post #11599 of 13423

 

     dont worry man , ue600 is my personal favorite single ba phone , if you can get a good seal , you can enjoy the blissful music . and its really cheap .

  i dont think there are knock offs of this phone , but they can be refurbished , but i doubt it too .

  the first one with 11/11 helpful is just not fair , he says hes coming from etys , complaining about bass , etys dont even have the bass as ue600 , i have a er-4pt , i know how they sound .

  these reviews are just rogue .


Edited by suman134 - 9/28/13 at 4:23am
post #11600 of 13423

Yeah you are quite right man.

post #11601 of 13423

Hello all members on Head-fi and great thread and reviews.

 

I am considering buying either monster turbines pro copper or gold but i am a bit confused about which one to choose. The main music genres i listen to is rap, hip hop and techno which requires a lot of bass(basshead). I dont have the right amount of knowledge to tell how i like the the low, mids and highs to be but i want a lot of bass but without lacking/destorying the soundstage/Accurasity. I have readed alot of reviews on both and i have  find the copper to have bass but also more accurate than the gold but i am just afraid that they are less bassy than how i want them to be. 

actually i was thinking about buying the copper but i am confused and afraid if it does not meet my requirments.

which one do you think i should choose and will be perfect for my music taste forgot to say that i am going to use the Iems with my iphone 4s

 

-best regards Adel

post #11602 of 13423
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Originally Posted by Adel View Post
 

Hello all members on Head-fi and great thread and reviews.

 

I am considering buying either monster turbines pro copper or gold but i am a bit confused about which one to choose. The main music genres i listen to is rap, hip hop and techno which requires a lot of bass(basshead). I dont have the right amount of knowledge to tell how i like the the low, mids and highs to be but i want a lot of bass but without lacking/destorying the soundstage/Accurasity. I have readed alot of reviews on both and i have  find the copper to have bass but also more accurate than the gold but i am just afraid that they are less bassy than how i want them to be. 

actually i was thinking about buying the copper but i am confused and afraid if it does not meet my requirments.

which one do you think i should choose and will be perfect for my music taste forgot to say that i am going to use the Iems with my iphone 4s

 

-best regards Adel

 

How come you're picking between these two? They've been around for a while and I think you can do better for the money these days. For example, I would pick a Yamaha EPH-100 over either. 

 

Anyway, the Copper and Gold are pretty similar. The gold is smoother and warmer while the copper is a little more balanced. Not a big difference, though - just get whichever is cheaper. 

post #11603 of 13423

Which would be some good iems under the 135$ mark with a warm sound signature and good for vocals?

post #11604 of 13423

Gr07 bass edition/Mk2 will probably fit your budget. It has a nice warm signature, but as for vocals, I'm not too sure. They are great all-rounders to me at least. 

post #11605 of 13423
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 Originally Posted by ljokerl

 

How come you're picking between these two? They've been around for a while and I think you can do better for the money these days. For example, I would pick a Yamaha EPH-100 over either. 

 

Anyway, the Copper and Gold are pretty similar. The gold is smoother and warmer while the copper is a little more balanced. Not a big difference, though - just get whichever is cheaper. 

 

thanks for your answer and suggestions. I a

cutally dont have so much knowledge about soundquality and how i like the low and mid and high to be. I saw the coppers and i have readed good reviews as i understand theese are maybe getting old? also that i can get the choppers for 149 pound brand new from amazon in Uk. The seller got great rating and reviews but i am waiting for pictures of the package from the so i can compare it and see if it fake or not beside that i am open for all sugestions i do like the design or shape of the in ear to be like the coppers or gold. I do like the design of the yamaha so i am going to check them out thanks


Edited by Adel - 9/28/13 at 1:25pm
post #11606 of 13423
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Which would be some good iems under the 135$ mark with a warm sound signature and good for vocals?

 

GR07 MK2 and BA200

post #11607 of 13423

Nice options, let's see now if I can find them in Europe at a reasonable price.

post #11608 of 13423
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Nice options, let's see now if I can find them in Europe at a reasonable price.

 

^ the GR07 MK2 and BE from LMUE at $130

post #11609 of 13423

But since they are based outside of Europe I would have to pay taxes what would inflate the price, it would be nice if they had european warehouse.

post #11610 of 13423
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Originally Posted by n0str3ss View Post
 

Nice options, let's see now if I can find them in Europe at a reasonable price.

 

Yep the GR07 from Lend me ur ears is probably your best bet in terms of price. The BA200 is quite expensive in Europe it seems. The GR07 isn't too badly priced at Amazon.UK

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