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Ah, thanks. I can't find anything about UK shipping on their site though, which seems odd given how many other countries they ship to. I don't think they have an Amazon UK store.

I would assume it takes the same amount of time as elsewhere in Europe, about 3-4 days with DHL Express. Just letting you know in case you find the RHA not to be to your liking for some reason. 

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Ah, thanks. I can't find anything about UK shipping on their site though, which seems odd given how many other countries they ship to. I don't think they have an Amazon UK store.

Lendmeurears ships to everywhere for free with registered mail. For EU it usually takes 7-14 days for the package to arrive.

post #14658 of 16849
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Originally Posted by ZapX629 View Post

I would assume it takes the same amount of time as elsewhere in Europe, about 3-4 days with DHL Express. Just letting you know in case you find the RHA not to be to your liking for some reason. 
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Lendmeurears ships to everywhere for free with registered mail. For EU it usually takes 7-14 days for the package to arrive.
Awesome, thanks for the information guys. I'm away this weekend which will involve a bit of travelling and provide a good chance to test the RHAs (hence the particular rush to order them... plus I can't go long without a pair of IEMs anyway biggrin.gif) so I imagine I'll know whether they're keepers or not by the time I'm back.
post #14659 of 16849
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Originally Posted by Shawn71 View Post


why? Doing so will change 449 SS?...


improves bass for me , and less vibration .

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Originally Posted by suman134 View Post
 

joker , will you do the S5 ? i have done one , if someone wants to have a look at it .

 

http://www.head-fi.org/products/brainwavz-s5-in-ear-headphones/reviews/11371

 

No S5, the only other Brainwavz unit I have is the R3.

 

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One more thought: with an IEM at around that price, what is the chance that I'd benefit from an amplifier when using them with an Android phone (Nexus 4, currently)? I tend to use Google Play Music which I believe streams 320kbps MP3, so I don't think that should be an issue for portable listening.

 

Unless your phone just lacks volume at the headphone jack, you won't need an amp for the MA750. 

 

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Originally Posted by turbare View Post
 

Could anyone recommend some rather neutral IEM's with a J cable around $100? I'd rather lower than higher.

 

The Xears Revolution (XR120) is the only one I can think of. A little long in the tooth but you can still find them on the Xears site (might need a coupon code to bring the price down) and ebay.de

 

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Originally Posted by Shawn71 View Post

@ |joker| I expected to be a 7.4 rating in sound due to its harsh treble which inturn also kills its bass quality (otherwise clean V)....btw,may be you would have added the big 45deg jack and hulky Y splitter in cons.....

 

Really? I kind of like the plug. I generally prefer L-plugs but some of them don't fit in my phone case while this one is OK.

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Yes I do love the L plug than the straights but this 45deg is little uneasy, but yeah the build at any point is truly awesome and built like a tank...otherwise. Klipsch S5i is no way close to its build and even better sounding than s5i, less than half the price of S5i Rugged....
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Any plan on the M9 classic in your "TBR" list....truly still the budget king @ its $10 price tag.... tongue.gif

http://www.meelec.com/M9_Classic_In_Ear_Headphones_p/ep-m9-bk-ff.htm
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Any plan on the M9 classic in your "TBR" list....truly still the budget king @ its $10 price tag.... tongue.gif

http://www.meelec.com/M9_Classic_In_Ear_Headphones_p/ep-m9-bk-ff.htm


 i dont think it better then es18 or even she3580 . i have the original M9 , its muddy and not so clear .

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Yes I do love the L plug than the straights but this 45deg is little uneasy, but yeah the build at any point is truly awesome and built like a tank...otherwise. Klipsch S5i is no way close to its build and even better sounding than s5i, less than half the price of S5i Rugged....

 

Right, except for the mic option, the S4-II has nothing on these, either. 

 

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Originally Posted by Shawn71 View Post

Any plan on the M9 classic in your "TBR" list....truly still the budget king @ its $10 price tag.... tongue.gif

http://www.meelec.com/M9_Classic_In_Ear_Headphones_p/ep-m9-bk-ff.htm

 

Never heard of it before but it looks like the very first M9 that I had... broke in 2009 or so and was replaced with a longer one. It actually was better-sounding than the ones that followed so who knows, maybe these can be competitive at $10. 

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Never heard of it before but it looks like the very first M9 that I had... broke in 2009 or so and was replaced with a longer one. It actually was better-sounding than the ones that followed so who knows, maybe these can be competitive at $10. 

    interesting !!

post #14666 of 16849
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

Unless your phone just lacks volume at the headphone jack, you won't need an amp for the MA750.
Cheers, good to know. smily_headphones1.gif
post #14667 of 16849
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

Right, except for the mic option, the S4-II has nothing on these, either. 


Never heard of it before but it looks like the very first M9 that I had... broke in 2009 or so and was replaced with a longer one. It actually was better-sounding than the ones that followed so who knows, maybe these can be competitive at $10. 

They just launched and its 30% smaller than the originals...so there a change in SS,for sure....thats why I insisted....wink.gif
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 i dont think it better then es18 or even she3580 . i have the original M9 , its muddy and not so clear .

ok....but overall as a package and sound for the price I paid its not that bad to me, especially 4+ years ago....give a shot while you bed,if not tried before....try with silver bi-flanges (balanced) as well and bwavz tips too.....
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ok....but overall as a package and sound for the price I paid its not that bad to me, especially 4+ years ago....give a shot while you bed,if not tried before....try with silver bi-flanges (balanced) as well and bwavz tips too.....

 

  i will never say its bad , and this smaller one might sound different but i doubt it .

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Originally Posted by suman134 View Post

  i will never say its bad , and this smaller one might sound different but i doubt it .

I thought you said M9 (the one you have) is not better than your ES18 & 3580s so quoted to try with diff tips and while bed.....and yeah the classic m9 will sound little different if not day/night.....
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