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Originally Posted by MikonJuice View Post
 

Is it possible to have:
 - an even better separation of instruments?
 - more proeminent guitars, or at least a little more fun than the GR07?
 - With same vocals and same drum sounds?

Thanks for the rpevious reply!

 

Guitars and vocals span a similar frequency range so you can't really get a change in one without affecting the other. That said, I would give the Philips Fidelio S1 or S2 a try. They have a little more presence in the upper midrange where guitars have their "bite". They also tend to have a bit more bass than a regular GR07, which can be a pro or con, depending on the recording. Instrument separation is no better than with the GR07, though, and I really wouldn't call them an 'upgrade' from the GR07 at all, except that they seem like they might suit your needs better. 

post #12227 of 14359

will you do a review of brainwavz delta ?

post #12228 of 14359

Hi Joker,

 

In your experience how much difference in sound are UF versions vs Customs. I am asking this in relation to your review on the Noble 4S. I have a pair of Fitear F111 and have the impression that the Noble 4 may have the same basic sig but overall better clarity. Would this be correct ? Can i make such assmuptions about the UF version ? 

 

Cheers

post #12229 of 14359

Joker, long time - great to see the old thread still going strong  :D

 

I will come back to this thread when I'm ready to agonise over descriptions of sound quality again, but for now I'm ecstatic that I was able to get a solid recommendation and order a pair of EPH-100s within 30 minutes of logging onto Head-Fi this morning : for me, that's a record. Life is a lot simpler when you can abandon the usual 'I need detailed, but not analytical, and warm, but not too warm' provisos - I liked your reviews from day one because you covered such a huge range of 'phones, and readily admit that you bought some of them purely for their 'fun' factor. Keep the faith.

 

estreeter

post #12230 of 14359
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Originally Posted by suman134 View Post
 

will you do a review of brainwavz delta ?

 

No plans at this time - don't have one on hand. I have an R3 but it's probably not going to get a full review because I don't really like the form factor.  

 

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Originally Posted by Sauntere View Post
 

Hi Joker,

 

In your experience how much difference in sound are UF versions vs Customs. I am asking this in relation to your review on the Noble 4S. I have a pair of Fitear F111 and have the impression that the Noble 4 may have the same basic sig but overall better clarity. Would this be correct ? Can i make such assmuptions about the UF version ? 

 

Cheers

 

I have no idea how close the Noble 4 and 4S are. The universal UERM I reviewed recently was very good. The universal Miracle that I tried didn't stack up to the customized one. Haven't had occasion to compare any other universals to their custom versions but my guess is it varies on a case by case basis, and also depends on how good a fit you can get with the universal. The universal UERM was not particularly comfortable for me in any position. 

 

Unfortunately I haven't tried the F111 so I can't say how the 4S compares. 

 

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Originally Posted by estreeter View Post
 

Joker, long time - great to see the old thread still going strong  :D

 

I will come back to this thread when I'm ready to agonise over descriptions of sound quality again, but for now I'm ecstatic that I was able to get a solid recommendation and order a pair of EPH-100s within 30 minutes of logging onto Head-Fi this morning : for me, that's a record. Life is a lot simpler when you can abandon the usual 'I need detailed, but not analytical, and warm, but not too warm' provisos - I liked your reviews from day one because you covered such a huge range of 'phones, and readily admit that you bought some of them purely for their 'fun' factor. Keep the faith.

 

estreeter

 

Thanks, I appreciate that :beerchug:.

 

The EPH-100 is fun indeed. Hope you like it! 

post #12231 of 14359

xxyyzz

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Thank you for responding...

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I just recieved my SS flux and they are absolutely unbelievable. I can't belive that so powerful sound is comming from so tiny IEM's. Thanks for input joker. Without your thread and your review, I would never consider "gaming" earphones for listening to music but they are just brilliant. Thanks again for this. Im so happy :*

post #12234 of 14359

Joker,

 

I saw you hadn't reviewed the TDK BA200 yet. I recently got a pair from Ross for $25, but already have the RE-262. They are pretty amazing, but they will compete with my 262s and HE300 for play. I say this because if you are ever interested in demoing the BA200, I'd be more than willing to lend them to you.

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Originally Posted by alterndog View Post
 

Joker,

 

I saw you hadn't reviewed the TDK BA200 yet. I recently got a pair from Ross for $25, but already have the RE-262. They are pretty amazing, but they will compete with my 262s and HE300 for play. I say this because if you are ever interested in demoing the BA200, I'd be more than willing to lend them to you.

Could you do a quick comparison between the two iems, even if only brief impressions?

post #12236 of 14359
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Originally Posted by neo5468 View Post
 

I just recieved my SS flux and they are absolutely unbelievable. I can't belive that so powerful sound is comming from so tiny IEM's. Thanks for input joker. Without your thread and your review, I would never consider "gaming" earphones for listening to music but they are just brilliant. Thanks again for this. Im so happy :*

 

Awesome, glad you like them ;)

 

 

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Originally Posted by alterndog View Post
 

Joker,

 

I saw you hadn't reviewed the TDK BA200 yet. I recently got a pair from Ross for $25, but already have the RE-262. They are pretty amazing, but they will compete with my 262s and HE300 for play. I say this because if you are ever interested in demoing the BA200, I'd be more than willing to lend them to you.

 

Thanks - it appears I actually have someone else sending me a pair for review now but I really appreciate the offer!

post #12237 of 14359
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Could you do a quick comparison between the two iems, even if only brief impressions?

 

Do you mind if I do it in about a week or so? I'm in finals week for grad school and swamped with school. 

post #12238 of 14359
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Quote:
Originally Posted by 96rubberduckys View Post
 

Could you do a quick comparison between the two iems, even if only brief impressions?

 

Do you mind if I do it in about a week or so? I'm in finals week for grad school and swamped with school. 

of course--please don't feel pressured to do anything

post #12239 of 14359

Hi  ljokerl  !

 

Have you had a chance to hear brainwavz r3?

 

Thanks

post #12240 of 14359
Joker, what's the best sounding hybrids you've heard so far? Thanks again for this amazing job you're doing!
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