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post #11716 of 16802
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Originally Posted by Damix View Post
 

 

But i dont search bassy earphones  with warm sound like yamaha eph-100. Audeo very little bass in quanlity but with rly good quality - and i love it ;). 

When i want to hear strong and deep bass - i use srh750DJ :)

 

    b2 is even flatter , with really nice pace .

post #11717 of 16802
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Originally Posted by mrs1986 View Post
 

Sorry to be annoying, but as I never had IEMs and I'm actually far far away to understand music like you people do, I just can't decide which one go for :/

 

 

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Originally Posted by suman134 View Post
 

 

      are you comfortable with over ear fit ? do you want bass or anything specific ? everyone has to start one day , but it think you are jumping a bit too far ahead .

Start finding a solution for this questions and you will find one of the best options out there suited for you. And one of things that helps the most is read, gather information about different signatures, fits,... And don't worry the majority of us started with from the nothing too, it just takes time to get started (and to ruin your wallet, sorry btw).

post #11718 of 16802
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Originally Posted by n0str3ss View Post
 

 

 

Start finding a solution for this questions and you will find one of the best options out there suited for you. And one of things that helps the most is read, gather information about different signatures, fits,... And don't worry the majority of us started with from the nothing too, it just takes time to get started (and to ruin your wallet, sorry btw).

 

Yeah i know, all the hobbies are like this lol.

 

My problem is my country, i CANT find a thing in here, and is almost impossible to re sell one of these IEMs, nobody know even they exist (all the brands and models, they just know xion (chinese cheap) and phillips...) and is pretty hard to not to loose almost all the money...

post #11719 of 16802
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Originally Posted by mrs1986 View Post
 

 

Yeah i know, all the hobbies are like this lol.

 

My problem is my country, i CANT find a thing in here, and is almost impossible to re sell one of these IEMs, nobody know even they exist (all the brands and models, they just know xion (chinese cheap) and phillips...) and is pretty hard to not to loose almost all the money...

Pretty much the same in my country, the only solution for me until now was to buy online and this way you can get better prices. There plenty of trustable online stores. Amazons, lendmeurears, mp4nation,... and many many more.

post #11720 of 16802

Well, for some reason lendmeurears wont accept my payment... I dont know what is the problem :/

 

What should i do now, that was the best price for the GR07 :(

post #11721 of 16802

Contact them. They will take some days to reply tho.

post #11722 of 16802

there isn't another place to buy? the ones you show me do not have our are too expensive... :(

post #11723 of 16802

Should I get the ba200 instead? As I'm a blank page could they be much worse??

post #11724 of 16802

does anyone know if the new id America Spark has different sq?

post #11725 of 16802
Hi, I'm in need of some thoughts in regards to the Heir Audio 5.0. Not much have been written about them and hopefully can gather some opinions from here. joker, wonder if you had listened to them before and could kindly share some thoughts. Also, would appreciate thoughts and impression from all helpful souls in here to help me out on this.

Thanks in advance.
post #11726 of 16802
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post
 

The EPH-100 has more bass, esp. deep bass. The FXT90 has a mid-bass hump but overall it's still not a very bassy earphone. 

 

Thanks for clarifying that! I have the FXT90 and thought the earphones' drivers broke because the bass is lacking. Quite surprised that FXT90 isn't bassy earphone although it has the woofer driver. 

post #11727 of 16802
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Originally Posted by Gandasaputra View Post
 

 

Thanks for clarifying that! I have the FXT90 and thought the earphones' drivers broke because the bass is lacking. Quite surprised that FXT90 isn't bassy earphone although it has the woofer driver. 

 

The FXT90 doesn't have a "woofer", it uses two full range drivers without a crossover.

post #11728 of 16802
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Originally Posted by mrs1986 View Post
 

Should I get the ba200 instead? As I'm a blank page could they be much worse??

 

      dont worry , its fine , was my first choice of the three .

post #11729 of 16802
Thread Starter 

Lots of new posts. If I missed any specific questions I apologize. 

 

For those who haven't heard, The Wizard (of Heir Audio fame) is back with Noble Audio. I reviewed the Heir Audio flagship, the 8.A, over at InnerFidelity but never got a chance to add it here. It is a solid earphone but I like the quad-driver Noble 4S just as much, if not better. A review of the 4S will be added here in due time.  

 

LINK=K:\Digital Photos 02\13_09_20 Noble Audio\Retouch For Brannan\More to Retouch\Retouched\NBL0941_4506GCC.jpg

 

Additional hi-res photos of my 4S can be found here: http://theheadphonelist.com/october-7-noble-audio-wizard-back/

 

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Originally Posted by Damix View Post
 

I'am looking for little upgrade from my Phonak's audeo pf112 . My budget is ~200$ . I need big soundstage, keep nice and clear sound (i had IE8 but didn't like them). I should look for brainwavz b2 or Sony XBA-3 or something else ? 

 

The B2 probably won't have enough bass if you found the Etys overly flat. I would go for the GR07 or even GR07 Bass Edition, depending on your bass tolerance. Neither of these will have the issues of the IE8 (potentially excessive bass and veiled mids). They aren't really a major upgrade to the PFE, which is darn good already, but should provide a good compliment (especially the Bass Edition with its juicy low end). 

 

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Originally Posted by Leo888 View Post

Hi, I'm in need of some thoughts in regards to the Heir Audio 5.0. Not much have been written about them and hopefully can gather some opinions from here. joker, wonder if you had listened to them before and could kindly share some thoughts. Also, would appreciate thoughts and impression from all helpful souls in here to help me out on this.

Thanks in advance.

 

Sorry, the closest I've gotten to the Heir 5.0 is the 8.A (presumably, not very close at all).

 

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Originally Posted by Gandasaputra View Post
 

 

Thanks for clarifying that! I have the FXT90 and thought the earphones' drivers broke because the bass is lacking. Quite surprised that FXT90 isn't bassy earphone although it has the woofer driver. 

 

jekostas is correct - there's no low driver per se in the FXT90. It relies on two different materials to differentiate its two drivers. Multiple drivers don't necessarily guarantee a particular quality to the sound. The single-driver FX700, for example, has more bass than the FXT90. 

post #11730 of 16802
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Originally Posted by mrs1986 View Post

Yeah i know, all the hobbies are like this lol.

My problem is my country, i CANT find a thing in here, and is almost impossible to re sell one of these IEMs, nobody know even they exist (all the brands and models, they just know xion (chinese cheap) and phillips...) and is pretty hard to not to loose almost all the money...

Which country is that? If you are having trouble buying online you could try Philips. The SHE3580 was held in high regard by ljokerl and you can still get its successors like the SHE3590 or SHE3500 (they ran out of numbers and started from zero again wink.gif) they should sound similar or the same smily_headphones1.gif And they are much cheaper than the models you're contemplating wink.gif
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