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post #5896 of 16803

Joker, how do you compare e-Q5 to EX600 ?

post #5897 of 16803
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

Added the Sony ... MDR-EX600

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There is no grain or harshness and no sacrifices made in crispness or resolution. Best of all, the treble energy that is often lacking with consumer-friendly dynamic-driver sets is conveyed realistically.

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Thanks for yet another excellent review. Though I must confess, I'm a bit disappointed that you did not notice the EX600's grainy highs, that have been repeatedly mentioned across several threads lately :P

post #5898 of 16803

and it doesnt forgive poor recordings, had some serious sibiliance with a few tracks

post #5899 of 16803

Up next..... TF10 VS X10!!! floatsmile.png

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Edited by music_4321 - 3/5/12 at 10:56am
post #5901 of 16803

Posting to mention that the EX600 are listed as 1B14 and 2B14 so pointers are miss aligned.

Also, I want to thank you Joker as your are my main source for IEm shopping ;) 

*bowing to your greatness*

post #5902 of 16803
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Originally Posted by music_4321 View Post


Oh, but it's not just grainy highs but the utterly horrendous & unbearable sibilance!  :)

 

Joker - Excellent review. The EX600, to these ears, remains one of the best IEMs I've heard to date.

 


Huh? Is the first statement meant to be sarcastic? Cuz it doesn't seem to tally with the second statement. 

 

post #5903 of 16803

Joker, if you happen to review AKG K370 in the future, be sure to mention about poor cable durablity. In about a year, cable broke twice near the jack and once near the mic. I love their sound, but akg messed up with the cable(and too long plug)

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Joker, how do you compare e-Q5 to EX600 ?



+1

post #5905 of 16803

I want to thank LjokerL for the very informative thread. By the way, since your about to review  SUNRISE XCITED, do you find it having the same kind of sound quality with REO or RE-ZERO? Sunrise XCITED are available here in my place for an introductory price of $46. I prefer the sound quality of RE0. I love my RE0 but died within two months, the left earpiece just stop working.

post #5906 of 16803

How does the Sony EX310 compare with the EX300?

post #5907 of 16803

Where did you get them for $131? I don't see them on beachaudio's website, and everyone else has them for $199.
 

 

post #5908 of 16803

http://www.google.com/products/catalog?q=sony+ex600&hl=en&gs_sm=e&gs_upl=2676l4544l0l4926l10l9l0l2l2l0l196l1039l1.6l7l0&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=shop&cid=8297601929966996596&sa=X&ei=SuYyT7iiJNChtwfrsq2OBw&ved=0CG8QxBUwAA#start=0
 

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Where did you get them for $131? I don't see them on beachaudio's website, and everyone else has them for $199.
 

 



 

post #5909 of 16803

At some point I  have to send you the MDR7550 To review. They are definitely not treble happy with a more forward midrange but all other aspects seem very much like the EX600/1000. They sit right in between the other models price wise as well. I have to say they have pretty much become my go to IEM due comfort and the almost headphone like sound.

post #5910 of 16803

Will my Fiio E6 do any good for increasing the bass quantity for the EX-600? If it does, then I'll buy these and forget about buying customs.

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