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Originally Posted by vwinter View Post

 

They're pretty close, I would say.  Depending on what you are looking for, it could go either way.

I would like to consider my music library eclectic but most of what I listen to is hip-hop/bass dominant tracks. Which IEM between the gr07 and ba200 is best with those tracks?

post #10367 of 14353
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Originally Posted by hi-fi amateur View Post

I would like to consider my music library eclectic but most of what I listen to is hip-hop/bass dominant tracks. Which IEM between the gr07 and ba200 is best with those tracks?

It would go with your preference for balance of low to mid bass. You already ordered so don't second guess yourself. Wait until you get it, burn it in for just a few hours, nothing drastic like 300, and have a listen to a few tracks. If you think its great, then great, if you feel its lacking something, PM me and I'll tell you if the BA200 has what you think is lacking.

 

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I haven't heard the BA200 myself. 

 

Let me know if you ever want to. smily_headphones1.gif

post #10368 of 14353
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It really depends on the type of double flange - e.g. not all medium double-flanges are the same size. It really varies quite a bit by manufacturer. 

well looks like you no longer have the HA-FX40 but I will ask anyway. One guy bought these tips http://www.meelec.com/MEElectronics_Eartips_p/ts1-df-50-cl.htm  for his FX40 and he said they are too big for his ears, so I would like to know which double flange tips has similar size with fx40 stock tips, also any tip for choosing tips size?

post #10369 of 14353

Have you guys heard of the Meze 11 Classics?

http://www.mezeheadphones.com/meze11classics.html

 

And if so what's your opinion on those.

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Edited by nicholars - 5/21/13 at 8:36am
post #10371 of 14353
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Originally Posted by Lost Dark Soul View Post

Have you guys heard of the Meze 11 Classics?

http://www.mezeheadphones.com/meze11classics.html

 

And if so what's your opinion on those.

From my information, Meze are just rebranded and heavily overpriced headphones from ESmooth http://www.woodheadphones.com/products

post #10372 of 14353
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Originally Posted by Bina View Post

From my information, Meze are just rebranded and heavily overpriced headphones from ESmooth http://www.woodheadphones.com/products


but where to buy them?

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Originally Posted by vwinter View Post

Let me know if you ever want to. smily_headphones1.gif

 

Thanks!

 

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Originally Posted by FrequencyBlue View Post

well looks like you no longer have the HA-FX40 but I will ask anyway. One guy bought these tips http://www.meelec.com/MEElectronics_Eartips_p/ts1-df-50-cl.htm  for his FX40 and he said they are too big for his ears, so I would like to know which double flange tips has similar size with fx40 stock tips, also any tip for choosing tips size?

 

Then you probably want the shorter double-flanges from here: http://www.meelec.com/MEElectronics_Original_Eartips_for_M11_Earphones_p/tipset10-m11-cl-mee.htm . I would say medium or even small to get close to the stock FX40 tips in size. You could probably just get all three to be safe.

 

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Originally Posted by Lost Dark Soul View Post

Have you guys heard of the Meze 11 Classics?

http://www.mezeheadphones.com/meze11classics.html

 

And if so what's your opinion on those.

 

Never heard of them.

 

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Originally Posted by Bina View Post

From my information, Meze are just rebranded and heavily overpriced headphones from ESmooth http://www.woodheadphones.com/products


Ah, I remember seeing those long ago. They have some nice-looking designs.

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Is it a big difference between the VSonic GR07 BE, JVC FXT90 and the Westone UM2? I'm currently owner of the UM2 and I'm looking after the GR07 BE or/and the FXT 90 to replace them. Is it a downgrade on SQ or not? Thank you


Edited by tinara - 5/21/13 at 9:07am
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I have yet to read the whole thread by OP but I just would like to thank OP for all the work and time for this thread! It's a great resource!

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oops repeat


Edited by TheQsanity - 5/21/13 at 5:21pm
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what would you consider joker the MG7 Pro or GR07 BE? seeing how i like bass in all but, vocals need to be really decent like or close to the Westone's? Seeing how their the same price in all.

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I'll have the MEElectronics M-DUO Review link posted here soon.

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Joker,

 

What do you think is a direct upgrade from eph-100 under $600?  I like the sound signature but I would like maybe slightly tighter bass. 

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I'll have the MEElectronics M-DUO Review link posted here soon.

Nice! Any clues?

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