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post #11386 of 14818

The suggestion was for the $50 bracket (they're ~$53 on Amazon right now) but yes, I think they could compete against the RE-400.  Try reading the write-up in the Summer Buying Guide.

post #11387 of 14818

Nice review on the VC1000 joker, I was proud to be one of the first owners of this outstanding dual-BA, and with your glowing review which I completely agreed, it should get the attention it deserves

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VC1000 Thank you Joker!

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Little mistake at the end of the MH1c review : "with good sounDstage width and depth"
 

post #11390 of 14818
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Originally Posted by djvkool View Post

Nice review on the VC1000 joker, I was proud to be one of the first owners of this outstanding dual-BA, and with your glowing review which I completely agreed, it should get the attention it deserves

 

It's good stuff,

 

Now I'm wondering if the BAs from VSonic's upcoming releases will get the GR01 and/or VC1000 killed off.

 

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Originally Posted by stimer View Post

VC1000 Thank you Joker!

 

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Originally Posted by Sokolnitz View Post

Little mistake at the end of the MH1c review : "with good sounDstage width and depth"
 

 

Crap, I don't see it. What line is it on?

post #11391 of 14818

At the end of the SQ section : "The soundstage of the MH1C is a little narrower compared to the half in-ear ATH-CKM500 and the pricier Philips Fidelio S1 but the overall presentation is very good, providing a moderately airy and open sound despite the warm tone with good sounstage width and depth."
 

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Hi Joker

Is there any chance of SM ES18 review in future ?

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More complete RE-400 review, along with thoughts on the RE-600, now up at InnerFidelity: http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/hifiman-re-400-waterline-and-re-600-songbird-dynamic-ear-monitors

 

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Originally Posted by Sokolnitz View Post
 

At the end of the SQ section : "The soundstage of the MH1C is a little narrower compared to the half in-ear ATH-CKM500 and the pricier Philips Fidelio S1 but the overall presentation is very good, providing a moderately airy and open sound despite the warm tone with good sounstage width and depth."
 

 

Thank you - fixed it!

 

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Originally Posted by Hitesh View Post
 

Hi Joker

Is there any chance of SM ES18 review in future ?

 

I don't have a unit at this time. Maybe be in the more distant future. 


Edited by ljokerl - 9/3/13 at 9:26pm
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post #11395 of 14818
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Originally Posted by meat01 View Post
 

above link is bad Joker.

 

should be

 

http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/hifiman-re-400-waterline-and-re-600-songbird-dynamic-ear-monitors

 

Very odd. Replaced with yours, thanks. 

post #11396 of 14818

Is Vsonic GR02 BE really better than SM E30 ? I thought it was the opposite

Also does the former needs a good audio player (I have a Samsung Wave 525. Yeah ancient I know that ) ? If yes then what do you think how much sound quality I'll lose ?

post #11397 of 14818
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post
 

 

I don't have a unit at this time. Maybe be in the more distant future. 

Ok :smile:

post #11398 of 14818
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Originally Posted by Hitesh View Post
 

Hi Joker

Is there any chance of SM ES18 review in future ?

Many people say that they have the same driver with Soundmagic E10 and almost identical sound. The only difference is that , ES18 have inferior build quality compare to E10. Joker had reviewed E10 so you can still get an idea how ES18 sound.:wink_face:

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Originally Posted by airomjosh View Post
 

Many people say that they have the same driver with Soundmagic E10 and almost identical sound. The only difference is that , ES18 have inferior build quality compare to E10. Joker had reviewed E10 so you can still get an idea how ES18 sound.:wink_face:

Thanks for the info !

post #11400 of 14818

get the es18 .

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