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Indeed! But getting the FI-BA-SS will give me endless musical bliss - unlike jumping out of a plane which is relatively short lived biggrin.gif
 

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So is jumping out of a plane. :)
 



 

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At the price FA want for them, those phones would want to swing around a pole and perform some very impressive calisthenics. You must have more money than the Sultan of Brunei.

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^Let us know when you get both. Would very much like to hear your impressions biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif

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I'm thinking about making my own earphones. It'll cost about 20K to 30K, but it'll be worth it considering that I live in a major city.

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Ok, I'm on a plane right now and this is the second time his has happened so I thought I'd post.  My left ear starts to hurt wearing my SM3s while on flights.  Perhaps the ear is expanding while at altitude.  The SM3 isn't very friendy to my left ear.  I wonder if folks using customs have it even worse since they're even further in the ear canal.

 

I should note that I have the V1s.  And that I'm very happy with them otherwise.  



I have to equalize the pressure in my ears while climbing or descending by breaking the seal every few minutes but I've never experienced the actual tips becoming uncomfortable. That said, I've never used an SM3 on a flight. In fact, I'm not sure I've even used silicone tips...



 

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Where are you finding this stuff? I can't find these releases anywhere else but here...

 




http://www.facebook.com/MEElec

post #5603 of 13424

Given the way the Euro is sliding atm, I wouldnt be too concerned about a '1,000 Euro' pricetag on the K3003. Unless, of course, you happen to get paid in Euros ....   eek.gif

 

 

1,000.00 EUR = 1,235.32 AUD
Euro   Australian Dollar
1 EUR = 1.23532 AUD   1 AUD = 0.809506 EUR
 

 

Throw in the DX100, and someone in Oz is bound to be leaving a very expensive portable rig on a bus somewhere in 2012. Time to renew my bus pass !  very_evil_smiley.gif

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Okay so UE700, CK10, DBA-02, B2, PS200, Nocs NS800, q-Jays... 7 in total.

 

Never heard of Nocs

 



and there's the coming Vsonic GR01.... but not sure what drivers it has

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^Let us know when you get both. Would very much like to hear your impressions biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif


Well, if you're interested, I've posted a comparison between the K3003, FI-BA-SS and UERM here.

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My Xeport 5010-8 continues to impress me. I'm starting to hear grain in the midrange now. Also, there's even more space than before, providing an "out of the head" type of headstage. The positioning of instruments reminds me of my VSonic GR06+Atrio X combo. The treble is not edgy, but has minimal sparkle and good extension (depending on your source). Also, there's the front and back positioning of the 5010-8 and yes, that's how I knew it was 3D, because it goes left, right, front, back and sometimes diagonally. Yeah, I wonder why Xeport would sell this great IEM for a low price? Hmmmmm......

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Hey, did you get a chance to listen to the AF78 (or any of Audiofly's other products) at CES, Joker? If so, how do you think it measures up? For an unknown startup to come out of nowhere, they seem well prepared and very polished, on the corporate and marketing side, at least.
 

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Hybrid universals that I can think of - UE SuperFi 5 EB, AKG K3003, Scosche IEM856, Atomic Floyd SuperDarts, and Audiofly AF78



 

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After your excellent review of the FXT90's and you were spot on with the way the C1's sound I can't wait to here what you think of the TF10 and EX600.  I have the TF10's but not the EX600 though I'm still thinking of getting either them or some GR07's and the Yamaha EPH-100SL are still in the running.

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There are bigger temptations than the FAD's! wink.gif



 



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Well, if you're interested, I've posted a comparison between the K3003, FI-BA-SS and UERM here.


 

 

It is exactly this type of evolution to which i was thinking and that i hope will be continued .
 
The solution  of FI-BA-SS (according in some way) and the K3003 with a the dynamic driver for the low frequencies. But above all advance in research with the solution 'consumer' with IEM to wear easily. 
 
The classic solution i see better to monitor in live situations, when sound is not only more convenient, but necessary. In daily use for listening to music IMO the solution adopted by FI-BA-SS or K3003 is preferable.

 

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The new Sports-Fi Series from MEELEC:

 

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Looks like an enhanced MEELEC M6 up close. Those are the S6 Earphones. I'll get a close up within the next hour. 


Edited by Niyologist - 1/12/12 at 12:34pm
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