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post #12226 of 15087

I just recieved my SS flux and they are absolutely unbelievable. I can't belive that so powerful sound is comming from so tiny IEM's. Thanks for input joker. Without your thread and your review, I would never consider "gaming" earphones for listening to music but they are just brilliant. Thanks again for this. Im so happy :*

post #12227 of 15087

Joker,

 

I saw you hadn't reviewed the TDK BA200 yet. I recently got a pair from Ross for $25, but already have the RE-262. They are pretty amazing, but they will compete with my 262s and HE300 for play. I say this because if you are ever interested in demoing the BA200, I'd be more than willing to lend them to you.

post #12228 of 15087
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Joker,

 

I saw you hadn't reviewed the TDK BA200 yet. I recently got a pair from Ross for $25, but already have the RE-262. They are pretty amazing, but they will compete with my 262s and HE300 for play. I say this because if you are ever interested in demoing the BA200, I'd be more than willing to lend them to you.

Could you do a quick comparison between the two iems, even if only brief impressions?

post #12229 of 15087
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Originally Posted by neo5468 View Post
 

I just recieved my SS flux and they are absolutely unbelievable. I can't belive that so powerful sound is comming from so tiny IEM's. Thanks for input joker. Without your thread and your review, I would never consider "gaming" earphones for listening to music but they are just brilliant. Thanks again for this. Im so happy :*

 

Awesome, glad you like them ;)

 

 

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Originally Posted by alterndog View Post
 

Joker,

 

I saw you hadn't reviewed the TDK BA200 yet. I recently got a pair from Ross for $25, but already have the RE-262. They are pretty amazing, but they will compete with my 262s and HE300 for play. I say this because if you are ever interested in demoing the BA200, I'd be more than willing to lend them to you.

 

Thanks - it appears I actually have someone else sending me a pair for review now but I really appreciate the offer!

post #12230 of 15087
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Could you do a quick comparison between the two iems, even if only brief impressions?

 

Do you mind if I do it in about a week or so? I'm in finals week for grad school and swamped with school. 

post #12231 of 15087
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Could you do a quick comparison between the two iems, even if only brief impressions?

 

Do you mind if I do it in about a week or so? I'm in finals week for grad school and swamped with school. 

of course--please don't feel pressured to do anything

post #12232 of 15087

Hi  ljokerl  !

 

Have you had a chance to hear brainwavz r3?

 

Thanks

post #12233 of 15087
Joker, what's the best sounding hybrids you've heard so far? Thanks again for this amazing job you're doing!
post #12234 of 15087
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Wow on the 4s review. Makes the 4 universal certainly look like a steal. It won't be as good in fit or sound exactly like the custom (especially the silicone) but will have the availability of tip tuning so neutral and informative with a personal twist at $450 sure sounds appealing.:bigsmile_face:

post #12236 of 15087
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I wonder if I should upgrade my DAC when the JH13 arrive. I had ordered a Fiio E17 but decided to cancel it. I'm using a laptop and I want to have a small DAC, not necessarily portable but small. The Audioquest Dragonfly is interesting (about $70 with promos). Anyone have some recommendations? Prefer USB and neutral

 

Been listening to the HRT Microstreamer for a couple of months now and really like what I hear.  It's a very small USB DAC (+ headphone amp) with a big, clear and detailed sound.

post #12237 of 15087
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Been listening to the HRT Microstreamer for a couple of months now and really like what I hear.  It's a very small USB DAC (+ headphone amp) with a big, clear and detailed sound.


I love my Microstreamer.  I might jump on the new Leckerton in a few months but I'm very happy with the Microstreamer performance right now (I'm only using C/IEMs not full sized cans).

post #12238 of 15087
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Hi  ljokerl  !

 

Have you had a chance to hear brainwavz r3?

 

Thanks

 

Yes. They actually sound quite good but I don't like the fit so they probably won't get a full review.

 

Very smooth sound though, but perhaps a little dull up top. Reminds me of an RHA MA750 with not nearly as much bass. 

 

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Joker, what's the best sounding hybrids you've heard so far? Thanks again for this amazing job you're doing!

 

The Rooth LS5X Demo. Among proper universals, the K3003.

 

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Wow on the 4s review. Makes the 4 universal certainly look like a steal. It won't be as good in fit or sound exactly like the custom (especially the silicone) but will have the availability of tip tuning so neutral and informative with a personal twist at $450 sure sounds appealing.:bigsmile_face:

 

Indeed - hope it's as good as the 4S!

post #12239 of 15087
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Originally Posted by goodvibes View Post

Wow on the 4s review. Makes the 4 universal certainly look like a steal. It won't be as good in fit or sound exactly like the custom (especially the silicone) but will have the availability of tip tuning so neutral and informative with a personal twist at $450 sure sounds appealing.bigsmile_face.gif
I would think the fact that it is silicone makes a difference in the sonics. The 4 universal is supposedly an improvement over the Hier 4ai which eas supposedly good, but according to several reviewers I know, not THAT good.
post #12240 of 15087
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Yes. They actually sound quite good but I don't like the fit so they probably won't get a full review.

 

Very smooth sound though, but perhaps a little dull up top. Reminds me of an RHA MA750 with not nearly as much bass. 

 

Thanks for responding. can you give me a brief comparison between r3 and some thing that you already have done a review (like b2 or something else)?

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