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post #9526 of 14602

Joker,

 

Great post, thanks for the effort.

 

My Brainwavz M3s (which I quite liked) went bust after 1.5 years so I'm looking for a replacement. I'd like to stay around the $100 price range, though I would consider $150 for the right set. I like a balanced sound to reflect a rather broad music collection. 

 

Any thoughts?

post #9527 of 14602

I wonder what made the M3s always so much more expensive

post #9528 of 14602
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Originally Posted by dak125 View Post

Joker,

 

Great post, thanks for the effort.

 

My Brainwavz M3s (which I quite liked) went bust after 1.5 years so I'm looking for a replacement. I'd like to stay around the $100 price range, though I would consider $150 for the right set. I like a balanced sound to reflect a rather broad music collection. 

 

Any thoughts?


The Dunu Tai Chi reminded me of the M3 when I was listening to it. If you're willing to live with a little less bass body than with the M3, the Meelec A161P may be a good option as well.

post #9529 of 14602

Joker,

Thanks for the recommendation on the Philips she3580.  I decided to go with them instead of the JVC FX40 and I really like the Philips. They are a nice companion to my Panasonic hje120s.  Totally different sound.  

post #9530 of 14602
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Joker,

Thanks for the recommendation on the Philips she3580.  I decided to go with them instead of the JVC FX40 and I really like the Philips. They are a nice companion to my Panasonic hje120s.  Totally different sound.  


Glad to hear that beerchug.gif. I prefer the Philips to the HJE120, personally wink.gif

post #9531 of 14602
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Glad to hear that beerchug.gif. I prefer the Philips to the HJE120, personally wink.gif

Agreed.  I still like the HJE120, but they have a darker sound overall and the treble sounds muffled.  The SHE3580 are much better for the music that I listen to most often.  I'm impressed with how powerful the bass can get on the SHE3580 and the treble sound great compared to the HJE120.

post #9532 of 14602

Joker, if there was an Internet Forum Hall of Fame this thread would be first ballot.  Great work!


Edited by cwill51 - 2/14/13 at 5:41pm
post #9533 of 14602
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Joker, if there was an Internet Forum Hall of Fame this thread would be first ballot.  Great work!


Funny, thanks! beerchug.gif

post #9534 of 14602

Yo joker!! When will you possibly have the HiFiman RE-400 review up? Interested to read your take on them. I got them without your consent. I know it's blasphemy but I couldn't resist!! Sold my JVC HA-FX700 to make room for them.

post #9535 of 14602
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Yo joker!! When will you possibly have the HiFiman RE-400 review up? Interested to read your take on them. I got them without your consent. I know it's blasphemy but I couldn't resist!! Sold my JVC HA-FX700 to make room for them.


I'm looking forward to this review as well.  I think he mentioned a week or so a few pages back. 

post #9536 of 14602

Thanks for the heads up.

post #9537 of 14602
How would you compare the fx700 to the re400?
post #9538 of 14602
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Originally Posted by audiobot View Post

Yo joker!! When will you possibly have the HiFiman RE-400 review up? Interested to read your take on them. I got them without your consent. I know it's blasphemy but I couldn't resist!! Sold my JVC HA-FX700 to make room for them.

 

Still just burning it in. It'll be around 2-3 weeks, most likely. 

 

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I'm looking forward to this review as well.  I think he mentioned a week or so a few pages back. 


I thin that was the VC02 from VSonic. 

post #9539 of 14602

Joker,

 

What would be a good upgrade from W4? I love the overall sound signature but would like to have slightly more rumbling bass. Thanks!

post #9540 of 14602

Hey there Joker, awesome reviews! thanks for your time and effort.

 

I have a quick question.. my klipsch s4i broke recently and im trying to find new IEMs under 100$. Im stuck on Vsonic GR06 and Vsonic GR02 Bass edition. I listen to hip-hop, 'modern day' music and would like tight bass but definitely not overpowering. Im using an iphone4s to drive my mostly 320kbps music. Which of the Vsonic IEMs would suit me better? (I heard that the Vsonic GR06 has hissing problems on iphone4s? is this true?) If there is another model that suits my needs better that is under the 100$ mark it would be great if you could give them a mention too!

 

PS: I have the popular ATH-M50 headphones and would like a little less bass for my IEMs.

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