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I thought that was the whole point of customs. Getting a perfect fit? What kind of issues did you have just out of curiosity? 

 

    man , as our ear shape changes , customs can get fitting issues , and to tackle that , companies lets you get your phones remolded in a month or likes for free , i suggest silicone molds , but not every phone has that option . still you can get it remolded for something like $50-100 .

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Reviewing the new audio tech IM series soon? the most bang of the buck earphone tis year could be the IM70. pretty impressive stuff

post #12633 of 14059
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The Shures are not v-shaped. They have more bass than your AM-800 but are warmer and not as bright, with not nearly as much treble sparkle. 

 

One last question - how much better are the JVCs compared to the AM800?

 

Also just found out today that I have infact been using an EQ on my phone, and when turned off, the AM800 actually sound a tad better than I had previously thought, and bass wise they're not as lacking as I once thought. 

 

Thanks again

 

Actually, another question - a bluetooth adapter for the headphones wont affect SQ, will it?

post #12634 of 14059

O_O You heard the new Senns? 

 

*drool*

 

And yeah, the TF10 is great...I would kill to get one in a Shure or new Westone housing with MMXC connector. I've heard people say that the new W series sound different and I'm incredibly curious to see the difference, if there is one, between W3 and W30; if they've even managed to tame the midbass by a few dB, I will be waiting very patiently for the price to drop (or to see a used one in the FS section :P).

 

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*Klipsch's new Status over-ear cans were better, but did not keep up with the similarly-priced Sennheiser,


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post #12635 of 14059
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Actually, another question - a bluetooth adapter for the headphones wont affect SQ, will it?

 

    bluetooth adapter for headphone ? i feel im confused , but bluetooth devices just cant have that amount of clarity , they just cant at times keep up with the amount of complicate data being transmitted , and can come short when it comes to spectrum , extension and frames at times , had an small encounter with 10rbt , it lags at times and extension at treble , but its just fine . mw1 just lacks spectrum . they do bass but lacks extension at treble .

post #12636 of 14059

Yeah bluetooth is generally inferior, but Sony has a couple of cheaper transmitters that will do justice to most <$150 earphones IME.

 

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    bluetooth adapter for headphone ? i feel im confused , but bluetooth devices just cant have that amount of clarity , they just cant at times keep up with the amount of complicate data being transmitted , and can come short when it comes to spectrum , extension and frames at times , had an small encounter with 10rbt , it lags at times and extension at treble , but its just fine . mw1 just lacks spectrum . they do bass but lacks extension at treble .

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    bluetooth adapter for headphone ? i feel im confused , but bluetooth devices just cant have that amount of clarity , they just cant at times keep up with the amount of complicate data being transmitted , and can come short when it comes to spectrum , extension and frames at times , had an small encounter with 10rbt , it lags at times and extension at treble , but its just fine . mw1 just lacks spectrum . they do bass but lacks extension at treble .

 

Yeah, something like this HTC Bluetooth one or maybe a wired one and a female-femalecoupler, although I'm not sure if it'd actually work. 

Would the difference in SQ be noticeable?

post #12638 of 14059

Joker, if one already has the Fidelio S1 and the S2 can be had for a similar price, do you think it's worth it? Is it really an upgrade?

post #12639 of 14059
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Yeah, something like this HTC Bluetooth one or maybe a wired one and a female-femalecoupler, although I'm not sure if it'd actually work. 

Would the difference in SQ be noticeable?

 

     its noticeable if you put a good earphone to work , or something with a spark in its treble , most of the time they lose the treble in the air , but if you dont love treble they can be good , some thing like a bit more premium will do good , may be a sony mw1 to be the least expensive and is best for the price , but still a mw1 wont get you a sq even with a er-p4 over 8.0 , for me , cuz to me cutting off the treble is the 2nd worst thing . but if you can do with that , go get one , it will save you from some hassle .

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Reviewing the new audio tech IM series soon? the most bang of the buck earphone tis year could be the IM70. pretty impressive stuff

 

I generally like Audio-Technica IEMs but unfortunately no plans to do those yet. And as far as I could tell Audio-Technica has no plans to officially bring them to the US :(.

 

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One last question - how much better are the JVCs compared to the AM800?

 

Also just found out today that I have infact been using an EQ on my phone, and when turned off, the AM800 actually sound a tad better than I had previously thought, and bass wise they're not as lacking as I once thought. 

 

Thanks again

 

Actually, another question - a bluetooth adapter for the headphones wont affect SQ, will it?

 

Not too different, a little bassier and with slightly more “withdrawn” lower mids and a bit more clarity and resolution all around.

I haven't tried an APT-X bluetooth adapter yet. The cheap ones I have tried did degrade the sound.

 

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O_O You heard the new Senns?

 

*drool*

 

And yeah, the TF10 is great...I would kill to get one in a Shure or new Westone housing with MMXC connector. I've heard people say that the new W series sound different and I'm incredibly curious to see the difference, if there is one, between W3 and W30; if they've even managed to tame the midbass by a few dB, I will be waiting very patiently for the price to drop (or to see a used one in the FS section :P).

 

 

I got to try the Momentums as well as their new DJ series (HD6/7/8) and of course the high-end stuff that they always have. I wasn’t too interested in their flagships as I’ve already tried those. Writing up my brief Senn impressions now – they’ll be CES Thoughts Part 3.

 

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Joker, if one already has the Fidelio S1 and the S2 can be had for a similar price, do you think it's worth it? Is it really an upgrade?

Not really – the only time I’d recommend “upgrading” from S1 to S2 is if their signature makes them your end-all, favorite IEMs. Otherwise one is pretty much as good as the other, at least in terms of sound.

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Reviewing the new audio tech IM series soon? the most bang of the buck earphone tis year could be the IM70. pretty impressive stuff

I agree with this, bought the IM70 and was very very impressed. The clarity, bass quality and quantity was enough to put a big smile on my face :D

For about $110 it's a better option for people who wants the clarity of the RE-400 but with more bass imo.

post #12642 of 14059
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I agree with this, bought the IM70 and was very very impressed. The clarity, bass quality and quantity was enough to put a big smile on my face :D

For about $110 it's a better option for people who wants the clarity of the RE-400 but with more bass imo.

 

This is good to know, since it looks increasingly like the TDK BA200 may be being discontinued. (I debated buying them after reading Joker's impressions.)

post #12643 of 14059
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Yeah, something like this HTC Bluetooth one 

 

This one had caught my eyes because of its big, apparently easy-to-feel buttons.

post #12644 of 14059
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This one had caught my eyes because of its big, apparently easy-to-feel buttons.

 

It does look good, but I'll have to find an alternative if it's likely that it'll degrade sound quality.

 

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Not too different, a little bassier and with slightly more “withdrawn” lower mids and a bit more clarity and resolution all around.

I haven't tried an APT-X bluetooth adapter yet. The cheap ones I have tried did degrade the sound.

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This is actually going to be my last question - would you say the JVCs are actually worth getting? 

 

I was hoping to be able to resell the AM800s to a friend, and then getting the upgrade for £10, but then he went and bought some Beats -_-

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This is actually going to be my last question - would you say the JVCs are actually worth getting? 

 

I was hoping to be able to resell the AM800s to a friend, and then getting the upgrade for £10, but then he went and bought some Beats -_-

 

Well you asked for something with a mic - the JVCs are definitely worth getting if you need a mic. Otherwise, considering you like the AM-800s, might as well just stick with those.

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