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Hi |Joker|!

 

I want to deeply congratulate you for being one review away from hitting the 300 milestone! I personally believe that your reviews has influenced many readers into choosing the iem that suits them the most! 


Thank you, I very much hope thats the case! 

 

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Are you going to celebrate your 300th mark with the review of the JH13 Freqphase? :ksc75smile:

Maybe ;) 

post #11762 of 16803

Philips S2 is currently $104 on amazon. I'd like to jump on it but I am still waiting for S2 review and Re400 comparison, especially imagining, soundstage wise. 

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Originally Posted by yalper View Post
 

Philips S2 is currently $104 on amazon. I'd like to jump on it but I am still waiting for S2 review and Re400 comparison, especially imagining, soundstage wise. 

+1 

 

Same here :)

post #11764 of 16803
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Originally Posted by yalper View Post
 

Philips S2 is currently $104 on amazon. I'd like to jump on it but I am still waiting for S2 review and Re400 comparison, especially imagining, soundstage wise. 

 

I did take notes on the comparison when I was writing the InnerFidelity RE-400 review.

 

S2 vs RE-400

 

The RE-400 is more efficient, warmer in tone, and boasts more intimate mids and a more in-the-head presentation overall. 

The Fidelio S2 has more subbass & bass in general but is also less warm overall and a touch clearer as a result. The mids on the S2 are less forward. Tonally, it is somewhat brighter and has more upper midrange presence. It is also more spacious overall and has a wider soundstage but gives up the intimate feel and more well-rounded presentation (in terms of depth and width being more even) of the RE-400.

post #11765 of 16803

Hey Joker,

 

Wished I lived down in CA.  There needed to be a party when you post that 300th review!  Your ongoing effort is really appreciated.

 

Subliminal impressions follow:

 

1964 v6 stage for # 300

1964 v6 stage for # 300

1964 v6 stage for # 300

1964 v6 stage for # 300

1964 v6 stage for # 300

1964 v6 stage for # 300

1964 v6 stage for # 300

 

1964 v6 stage for # 300

 

1964 v6 stage for # 300

 

 

1964 v6 stage for # 300

 

 

 

1964 v6 stage for # 300

 

 

 

 

 

1964 v6 stage for # 300

 

 

 

*Thanks again* for all you've done to help educate me (and thousands of others)!

 

-E

post #11766 of 16803
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Originally Posted by ericr View Post
 

Hey Joker,

 

Wished I lived down in CA.  There needed to be a party when you post that 300th review!  Your ongoing effort is really appreciated.

 

Subliminal impressions follow:

 

 

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Thank you :beerchug:

 

P.S. The 300th review will likely be a custom, but maybe not the V6 as I haven't had it very long ;).

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Thank you beerchug.gif

P.S. The 300th review will likely be a custom, but maybe not the V6 as I haven't had it very long wink.gif .
Custom Art Music One?
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Custom Art Music One?


One of the possibilities :o 

post #11769 of 16803
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+1 

 

Same here :)


The S1 is even cheaper now, take a plunge now http://www.amazon.com/Philips-S1-28-Fidelio-Headsets/dp/B00EP9RPRI/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1381891905&sr=8-2&keywords=fidelio+s1

post #11770 of 16803

Nice review thank you very much, congrats for the 300 mark achieved. I would like to see your opinions on the NE600X as well

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I think they were going for $60+shipping on Amazon Japan. Was really tempted! Having said that, I might go with S2 as I think I would enjoy the fact they are less dry. 

post #11772 of 16803

Hi, I got the SteelSeries FLux In-Ear and also 3 pairs of comply T-100, because I was expecting that they used the same size as the Pro version,but I was wrong :\ Anyone know what is the size of Comply Foams they use?

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Hi, I got the SteelSeries FLux In-Ear and also 3 pairs of comply T-100, because I was expecting that they used the same size as the Pro version,but I was wrong :\ Anyone know what is the size of Comply Foams they use?

 

Based on nozzle size it should be T400s

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I bought a T-200 series pack for my non-Pro Flux's and they're too loose. I'm guessing this is one of those earphones that has a nozzle size that's incompatible with Comply's current line-up. Looking into it, I suspect VSonic's foam tips would fit, but I myself have just settled with Sony Hybrids (which grip my ear slightly better than the stock tips).

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Thank you beerchug.gif

P.S. The 300th review will likely be a custom, but maybe not the V6 as I haven't had it very long wink.gif .

OK. I'll just be patient then. And hope maybe you'll get to the V6 Stage before the Black Friday sales. wink.gif

Very interested in the V6-s and you're one of the few who have also reviewed the SM64 (which I'm really enjoying).
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