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:O Maybe I found them?

 

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:O Maybe I found them?



Can you retake the pic? It appears to be out of focus. What IEM are those? Thanks
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What is the most coherent IEM you have heard to date?
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Hi, Joker!
Based on your reviews, I bought the VSD1s to friend, who was looking for a good budget IEM. I tried them and was really surprised.
I like VSD1s more than my TF10!
In comparison, I liked the more balanced, more natural sound, less V-shaped and airy sound  of the dinamic VSD1s, but the most important thing to me was that the VSD1s is more pleasant to listen to at higher volume. TF10 hights sounds too edgy/harsh (don't know the right description) to me at higher volume. VSD1s is less edgy, but still a bit.
So, which dinamic IEM's would be an upgrade to VSD1s? Bass is important to me, notably deep sub-bass. Like, if In-Ears can reach the lowest lows. (If the record asks to)
Thanks and sorry about my english. ;)

 

If the VSD1S had about the right bass quantity for you, the GR07 Bass Edition would be a logical next step - not a huge difference between them but the GR07 is a clearer and more refined still, with better bass control. If you want greater deep bass quantity then you'd probably want to look at something like a DN-1000 or RHA MA750. 

 

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Hi Joker, will you ever review the UE Reference Monitor?(forget it, looks like you reviewed the demo here  I had a chance to listen in on the demo at the NY meet yesterday, and I thought they were fantastic.

 

I thought they were fantastic too. 

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What is the most coherent IEM you have heard to date?

 

There's really no "most coherent". Most sets sound fine to me from a coherency standpoint, there are just a few that bug me. So I don't know... Ety ER4S?

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I would assume JH's FP lineup to be amongst the best as they are touted as having frequency phase?
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It's not really a matter of fancy gimmicks or new tech - single drivers almost always have the upper hand in coherency. So in reality people usually complain about coherency with multi BA and hybrids.

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I would assume JH's FP lineup to be amongst the best as they are touted as having frequency phase?

 

They certainly are the best iem I've ever heard. It really is more about preference at the level of the JH!3 FP

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Its not my picture, ran across it doing google image search for black UM series; apparently its a UM1 or 2 painted black, cant remember which.

 

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Can you retake the pic? It appears to be out of focus. What IEM are those? Thanks
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Sorry to bother, where do I find the definitions forum?
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Sorry to bother, where do I find the definitions forum?

There is a 'Describing Sound' Glossary here if that's what you're looking for: http://www.head-fi.org/a/describing-sound-a-glossary

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Looking for a new IEM to use with my phone, since that's likely to be my primary source for on the go listening from this point forward.  I really enjoy my JVC FXT90s, but they don't have a mic and while they sound quite fine running through the amp hooked to my PC, they sound a bit piercing and hot in the treble region on my Galaxy S3.  It takes heavy EQing to make them sound suitable.

 

Would the RHA MA750 be a better fit, perhaps?  I've been eyeing those for a little while now.

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Looking for a new IEM to use with my phone, since that's likely to be my primary source for on the go listening from this point forward.  I really enjoy my JVC FXT90s, but they don't have a mic and while they sound quite fine running through the amp hooked to my PC, they sound a bit piercing and hot in the treble region on my Galaxy S3.  It takes heavy EQing to make them sound suitable.

 

Would the RHA MA750 be a better fit, perhaps?  I've been eyeing those for a little while now.

 

Yeah, sounds like the MA750i would be a better fit for you - less overall treble energy than the FXT90. Less midrange presence, as well, but not in a bad way.

 

The center button on the remote should work with the S3 even though the volume control won't.

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A higher quality iTunes could be on its way this year, June infact!

http://feedly.com/e/TyH9RRKh
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Joker...is http://theheadphonelist.com/ down?

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