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post #14146 of 14595

ljokerl, after the Piston review I'll need to believe the hype and buy one to my sister :beerchug:

 

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Let's say if the Beyerdynamics DTX 71 iE is sold for around US$20, would it get a 10/10 in the value?

 

I was looking to a Vivo IEM on Aliexpress (XE 800) and found another interesting one.

Original-BBK-vivo-MMX71iE-Hi-Fi-Earphone-For-Xplay-X510w-font-b-X1-b-font-X1S.jpg20140328_53353fd558cc4.jpg

 

This is the MMX 71 iE, it's a Vivo IEM designed by Beyerdynamic, like the XE800 is designed by Vsonic.

The drivers looks to be almost the same as the DTX 71, only the sensitivy is different.

 

 

And the name follows the beyerdynamic name, changing the DTX to MMX:

DTX 101 iE = MMX 101 iE ( with mic.)

DTX 71 iE = MMX 71 iE (with mic.)

 

I bought one for US$15, because they were on sale, but they're easily find for US$20. I'm from Brazil so it'll take one or two months to arrive, but if you're interested in knowing anything about them, I can write something here after I get them.

 

http://shop.vivo.com.cn/product-658.html


Edited by altrunox - 7/28/14 at 10:08am
post #14147 of 14595
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Originally Posted by altrunox View Post
 

ljokerl, after the Piston review I'll need to believe the hype and buy one to my sister :beerchug:

 

--

Let's say if the Beyerdynamics DTX 71 iE is sold for around US$20, would it get a 10/10 in the value?

 

I was looking to a Vivo IEM on Aliexpress (XE 800) and found another interesting one.

Original-BBK-vivo-MMX71iE-Hi-Fi-Earphone-For-Xplay-X510w-font-b-X1-b-font-X1S.jpg20140328_53353fd558cc4.jpg

 

This is the MMX 71 iE, it's a Vivo IEM designed by Beyerdynamic, like the XE800 is designed by Vsonic.

The drivers looks to be almost the same as the DTX 71, only the sensitivy is different.

 

 

And the name follows the beyerdynamic name, changing the DTX to MMX:

DTX 101 iE = MMX 101 iE ( with mic.)

DTX 71 iE = MMX 71 iE (with mic.)

 

I bought one for US$15, because they were on sale, but they're easily find for US$20. I'm from Brazil so it'll take one or two months to arrive, but if you're interested in nothing anything about them, I can write something here after I get them.

 

http://shop.vivo.com.cn/product-658.html

 

   yup mate why not , let us know about it . i hope joker wont mind it .

post #14148 of 14595

Can someone suggest the most analytical and detailed in-ear headphone under 250

post #14149 of 14595

You could probably find Ety ER-4 for that price.

post #14150 of 14595
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Originally Posted by cylpol1 View Post
 

Can someone suggest the most analytical and detailed in-ear headphone under 250


if you are on analytical , you can opt for , brainwavz b2 for cheap and er-4p for around 250 .

post #14151 of 14595

Anything else besides Etymotic. The sound is good but the deep insertion and lack of ambient awareness drives me away from it.


Edited by cylpol1 - 7/28/14 at 9:36pm
post #14152 of 14595

Brainwavz B2 like suman said or Fischer Audio DBA-02 mkII might be Joker's recommendation.

post #14153 of 14595
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by altrunox View Post
 

ljokerl, after the Piston review I'll need to believe the hype and buy one to my sister :beerchug:

 

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Let's say if the Beyerdynamics DTX 71 iE is sold for around US$20, would it get a 10/10 in the value?

 

 

If genuine and as well-made as the DTX 71 I had, 10/10's fair. 

 

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Originally Posted by cylpol1 View Post
 

Anything else besides Etymotic. The sound is good but the deep insertion and lack of ambient awareness drives me away from it.

 

In addition to what others have said, the Rock-It Sounds R-50 is a good bet. Or even the original Phonak PFE if you want even lower isolation. You can still find some on ebay. 

post #14154 of 14595
Thread Starter 

Posted a comparison of four triple-driver hybrid earphones - the Sony XBA-H3, Dunu DN-2000, Fidue A83, and T-Peos Altone200: http://theheadphonelist.com/brief-review-dunu-dn-2000-fidue-a83-t-peos-altone200-sony-xba-h3-triple-driver-hybrids-compared/ 

 

The short version:

 

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  • The Sony XBA-H3 is warm and smooth-sounding, with big bass that slightly veils the midrange. Treble quality is quite good, however, and it's got a nice, big sound. The design can hardly be called ergonomic but the earphones are lightweight and comfortable, and the detachable cable is of excellent quality.
  • The Dunu DN-2000 is an evolution of the DN-1000 model, with a more balanced sound, more refined treble, and slightly more spacious presentation. It strikes the best balance of bass, clarity, and neutrality for me, though it gives up a bit of coherence compared to the Sonys.
  • The Fidue A83 delivers the most balanced overall sound. Clarity is not quite as striking as it is with the more v-shaped Dunu and T-Peos, but it also has a rather out-of-the-head presentation going for it.
  • The T-Peos Altone200 is the least expensive of the bunch, a sub-$150 triple-driver hybrid. It has a more v-shaped signature. Bass is great but the mids sound a little more thin and withdrawn compared to the others. The lower treble tends to be a little hot but can be improved with foam tips. The Altone200 has a very basic, no-frills packaging presentation and construction, but it is also lightweight and comfortable, and very reasonably-priced.

Edited by ljokerl - 7/29/14 at 1:35am
post #14155 of 14595
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post
 

Posted a comparison of four triple-driver hybrid earphones - the Sony XBA-H3, Dunu DN-2000, Fidue A83, and T-Peos Altone200: http://theheadphonelist.com/brief-review-dunu-dn-2000-fidue-a83-t-peos-altone200-sony-xba-h3-triple-driver-hybrids-compared/ 

 

The short version:

 

 

    this why i love you !! :beerchug:

post #14156 of 14595
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    this why i love you !! beerchug.gif

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post #14157 of 14595

 i read it , i have a question too , how bad is the xba-h3's bass ? i mean how fast is the decay and how muddy or boomy it is ? for me the one excels in bass is hisound crystal , and thats the limit for me , wont take any thing slower of boomier then that for this price , i have some wooly muddy boomier phone like xb90ex , but its for $60 , and thats okay for its price .

post #14158 of 14595

"The Altone200 from T-Peos is the most reasonably-priced triple-driver hybrid on the market, and definitely a bargain for the performance offered. With clarity and detail resolution on par with the $1300 K3003, the Altone200 is going to be a reference point for future generations of triple-driver hybrids."

 

AKG people should be mad, super mad! :tongue_smile:

post #14159 of 14595
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post #14160 of 14595

Oh I had a question about the Phonak which was could you wear it straight down if you wear the left headphone in the right ear

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