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Originally Posted by poopsockk View Post


I sent donscorpio an e-mail a while ago and in broken english they said it is the same IEM with a diferent branding.
There was a sale on the vpulse in march too, 50% off making it $45 so almost the same price. Haven't seen it on sale since, though.

That's great to know. I think they are excellent headphones for $35.
post #13667 of 16803
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Originally Posted by saj2001ind View Post
 

Hi Guys,

 

does anyone has both hifiman re400 and vsonic gr07 ? which one of these are more neutral and clean sounding...not too much bass head

 

and which one of these will you recommend

 

Neither is for bassheads and both are very clean and clear. I tend to consider the RE-400 a tad more neutral, though.

 

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Originally Posted by cel4145 View Post


Oh well. If you'd like to hear them anyway, I'd still be glad to buy you a pair of the Bass Colours.

 

Got a link to the manufacturer's site? They might just send one out. 

 

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Originally Posted by rodweb View Post
 

How the RE-262 sounds compared to the VC1000?

 

Significantly less bright, not quite as clear, a little more warm and full-bodied. Very different takes on near-neutral sound. 

 

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Originally Posted by poopsockk View Post
 


I sent donscorpio an e-mail a while ago and in broken english they said it is the same IEM with a diferent branding.

There was a sale on the vpulse in march too, 50% off making it $45 so almost the same price. Haven't seen it on sale since, though.

 

Good to know!

post #13668 of 16803
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

Got a link to the manufacturer's site? They might just send one out. 

http://www.s-donscorpio.com/

Scroll down to access much of their content. Kind of unusual home page build.
post #13669 of 16803
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My ZA Tenore just came in, initial impressions are positive...more details to come of course when I've had some time to analyze and compare cool.gif

Show me one person who hasn't had positive (or extremely positive!) impressions of the tenores! Hopefully I wont feel any differently when I get mine :-)
post #13670 of 16803
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http://www.s-donscorpio.com/

Scroll down to access much of their content. Kind of unusual home page build.

 

Thanks! It's actually quite a modern site for a Chinese OEM. They have nice-looking products. 

post #13671 of 16803
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

Thanks! It's actually quite a modern site for a Chinese OEM. They have nice-looking products. 

I have the Donscorpio Dolphins. They are nice headphones for $100. Pretty comfortable, OK build quality, and good sound. Bass impact is similar sub-bass emphasis like the Bass Colours. And they are small enough I find them to be portable for travel even they though don't fold up.
post #13672 of 16803

any different between fi-ba-ss and akr02?

post #13673 of 16803

Hey Joker, do you think any IEM's have a similar sound signature to the HD600?  

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Originally Posted by NIVEBL View Post
 

any different between fi-ba-ss and akr02?

 

Never tried the AKR02 but you might want to ask james444 for an update to this: http://www.head-fi.org/t/503801/review-impressions-of-the-final-audio-design-fi-ba-ss-versus-the-sm3-fx700-and-e-q7/255#post_10202678 ;)

 

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Originally Posted by jbaker111 View Post
 

Hey Joker, do you think any IEM's have a similar sound signature to the HD600?  

 

Neutral to slightly warm? Sure, if you keep in mind that IEMs with a neutral signature have an inherent disadvantage in bass slam and soundstaging compared to similarly-tuned full-size cans. RE-400 would be a good place to start when looking for an HD600-like IEM, or the TDK BA200. 

post #13675 of 16803

Joker, any chance you that can compare Dunu Dn2000 to T-Peos H-300? I'm thinking to buy a hybrid IEM out of pure hype but cannot decide what is the most "decent" one out there. I'm mostly using VC1000 now.

post #13676 of 16803

is the ckx5 on par with t-peos tank or popular ?

post #13677 of 16803
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Originally Posted by Cortlendt View Post
 

Joker, any chance you that can compare Dunu Dn2000 to T-Peos H-300? I'm thinking to buy a hybrid IEM out of pure hype but cannot decide what is the most "decent" one out there. I'm mostly using VC1000 now.

 

Can't, on account of not having tried the H-300.

 

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Originally Posted by suman134 View Post
 

is the ckx5 on par with t-peos tank or popular ?

 

Yeah, at least on-par with Popular. The CKX5's treble is a little smoother and clearer, and it has a wider presentation. However, the Popular is more dynamic and lively, and the bass is more impressive with greater slam and punch. 

post #13678 of 16803
Joker, I'm a vsonic GR07BE user, never pulled the trigger on the dunu 1000 since it seems is not a clear upgrade, now I'm thinking to get the dunu 2000, do you think they are a clear upgrade to the vsonic?

Cheers
post #13679 of 16803
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

 


 

Neutral to slightly warm? Sure, if you keep in mind that IEMs with a neutral signature have an inherent disadvantage in bass slam and soundstaging compared to similarly-tuned full-size cans. RE-400 would be a good place to start when looking for an HD600-like IEM, or the TDK BA200.


I bought my BA-200 over a year ago back when Amazon had them at $120.00 GLAD I did! I never thought to compare them with my HD-600s. Now that you said that they come COMPARE to the HD-600's it's no wonder why I love my BA-200's so much! I also have a set of Senn IE-7s and while sounding different I am enjoying those a lot too!

 

ljokerl: To get much better sound IF I read correctly on your review I am looking at over $400 for a westone W40 or a custom IEM like the CT-200? I am just not sure its worth the extra money for marginally better sound. There are those that can drop the extra money like that but I can not. If I am going to spend in that range or more or even a little bit less it has to be a rather significant difference. Yes I know sound is relative but I can tell you, when I went to the BA-200s from say the AstroTec AM-800s it was a WOW moment and that that time it was $50 to $120!

It is much harder for me to say which I like better of the IE7 vs. the BA-200 but that is different question... ( The Only 2 IEMs I own )

post #13680 of 16803

just got myself a hisound crystal , for just $24 , these are fabulous !! better then anything at this price !! just want to thank JOKER for this effort for people .

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