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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

 

I don't have a VSD1 on hand. I have another VSonic model I need to review after which I'll maybe get to check out the VSD1. 

 


 

popcorn.gif which one? which one? 

post #10457 of 14427
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

 I have another VSonic model I need to review after which I'll maybe get to check out the VSD1. 

 

let me guess, they're Vsonic VC1000?regular_smile%20.gif

post #10458 of 14427
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Originally Posted by airomjosh View Post

let me guess, they're Vsonic VC1000?regular_smile%20.gif


Bingo. 

post #10459 of 14427
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post


Bingo. 

sweet!

another 10/10 value ?wink.gif

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Originally Posted by Zelda View Post

sweet!

another 10/10 value ?wink.gif

 

Haven’t actually listened to it yet. I almost hope not...

post #10461 of 14427
Pick between iq, pfe232, sm64 which one provide more accurate, neutral , uncoloured soundings, i am using ue900 now, i want slightly more bass which one should i choose?
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Originally Posted by ellis ip View Post

Pick between iq, pfe232, sm64 which one provide more accurate, neutral , uncoloured soundings, i am using ue900 now, i want slightly more bass which one should i choose?


I am not familiar with the SM64. Between the rest of those, the UE 900 is the most accurate. Both the 232 and IQ have more bass and more v-shaped signatures overall. 

post #10463 of 14427
I was rather impressed with VC1000, would I dare say I found it hitting up around R-50 territory.
post #10464 of 14427
Then pfe232 or iq more neutral?
post #10465 of 14427
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

 

Haven’t actually listened to it yet. I almost hope not...

not?? blink.gif

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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

I was rather impressed with VC1000, would I dare say I found it hitting up around R-50 territory.

 

Aren't they more expensive than the R-50? I'm curious as to why VSonic decided to do another dual BA. The GR01 is decent and is tuned slightly differently from the other ones on the market already.

 

Anyway, both the VC1000 and Astrotec AX-7 seem to be very well built and priced right so we'll see which one comes out on top. 

 

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Originally Posted by ellis ip View Post

Then pfe232 or iq more neutral?


The IQ has slightly fuller and more impactful bass but also less recessed mids so it really depends on what you're willing to sacrifice. The Ultrasone also has smoother treble with the right tips but of course the issue is that it takes a lot of playing around with the fit to get at its full potential. I actually found even better tips for it than the Ety triples I used in my review - the Westone True-Fit Foams. They are deep-insertion foam tips. Comply doesn't work on the IQ for me but these do. 

 

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Well, giving out too many 10/10s makes it less meaningful. But of course the cards will fall where they may. 

post #10467 of 14427
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

Aren't they more expensive than the R-50? I'm curious as to why VSonic decided to do another dual BA. The GR01 is decent and is tuned slightly differently from the other ones on the market already.

Anyway, both the VC1000 and Astrotec AX-7 seem to be very well built and priced right so we'll see which one comes out on top. 

You can purchase VC1000 for $119 US on eBay, so pretty much neck and neck with R-50 $120 price tag.
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I'm glad the VC1000 isn't detachable like VC02. After spending some time with VC02, I realized the detachable stuff is more of a hassle than it is of convenience.

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Has anyone tried the Aurisonics ASG-1 1.2? I'm looking for the best mids and soundstage in an iem under $300. 

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Originally Posted by Liveartonline View Post

Has anyone tried the Aurisonics ASG-1 1.2? I'm looking for the best mids and soundstage in an iem under $300. 

What do you look for in mids and in soundstage? "Best" is kind of relative. It'll help people help you.
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