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post #3931 of 16802
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Originally Posted by kiteki View Post

Does this also mean that Wan Xuan may intend on reshelling 14mm dynamic driver universals? I'd anticipate quite an interest for that.


Not from me.  I'd prefer a 16mm driver.  Cough...cough....

 

post #3932 of 16802
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Not from me.  I'd prefer a 16mm driver.  Cough...cough....

 


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post #3933 of 16802

He meant 16 drivers. wink.gif

post #3934 of 16802

I'm very interested of the Sound Signature of the Wan Xuan i9 Pro.

post #3935 of 16802
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Originally Posted by i2ehan View Post

He meant 16 drivers. wink.gif


Per sound tube.

 

post #3936 of 16802
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Per sound tube.

 


Good grief! eek.gif LOL

 

post #3937 of 16802

Average_Joe will be reviewing the Wan Xuan i9 pro, so stay tuned!~

post #3938 of 16802
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Originally Posted by UniqueMelody View Post

Average_Joe will be reviewing the Wan Xuan i9 pro, so stay tuned!~


Yahoooo....cant wait!

 

post #3939 of 16802

Let's carry this discussion over at our friend average_joe's thread, in respect to |joker|.

post #3940 of 16802

 

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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

 


An incomplete list of planned reviews. Subject to change without notice.

In progress:

 

[...]

Ultimate Ears 700

 


Just started listening to these, an overlooked gem is all I can say!

 

I can no longer recommend AATH-CK10.

 

 

post #3941 of 16802
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Originally Posted by kiteki View Post

Just started listening to these, an overlooked gem is all I can say!

 

I can no longer recommend AATH-CK10.


Really?  Most reviews put it behind the CK10, DBA, Qjays.  Interesting.

 

post #3942 of 16802
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Originally Posted by kiteki View Post

 


Just started listening to these, an overlooked gem is all I can say!

 

I can no longer recommend AATH-CK10.

 

 

Is the UE700 a TWFK-based IEM as well?
 

 

post #3943 of 16802

Ya, it is, that's a TWFK right there.

I only bought it for reshelling it into a custom IEM, expecting it to sound like nothing special.  I hope the RE272 highs and high-highs sound like this. 

 


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post #3944 of 16802

Pretty sure Joker thinks the UE700 is the worst implementation of the TWFK. 

post #3945 of 16802

These sound like an exciting ER-4.

 

The CK10 has better sub-bass for sure, and liquid smooth mids, these have more dynamic mids and are also more open and even more extended(?_)in the highs.

The CK10 had more accurate imaging, but the imaging of these sounds more effortless, almost like you're listening to open-air earbuds.

They both share a very flat FR and addictive pacing and speed, but the UE700 doesn't have the slight piercingness of the ck10 in the highs, and shares the air of the ER-4S, just my 2 cents.


Edited by kiteki - 8/21/11 at 8:59pm
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