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post #6151 of 16803

First of all great job. Secondly I'm wondering if you took the vsonic GR06 for a quick spin and what are your initial thoughts. I'm wondering if they are worth the trouble or should I find something extra for the RE0. 

post #6152 of 16803
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Originally Posted by pigsterz View Post

i have tried FAD Heaven C , and i think the bass is punch , if there's any earphone that sound like that and cheaper i'd be happy :)


GR07 or EX600 could be good options. The 'C' does indeed have very good punch for an armature.

 



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First of all great job. Secondly I'm wondering if you took the vsonic GR06 for a quick spin and what are your initial thoughts. I'm wondering if they are worth the trouble or should I find something extra for the RE0. 

 

Thanks! I did try my GR06 pre burn-in and was impressed. I think at $50 the value is excellent - it seems to be a very solid all around performer with good balance. Good bass punch, slightly warmer tone than GR07, clean mids. Treble seems to have a bit of that same peakiness the GR07 treble had early on but it shouldn't be a big deal in the long run.

post #6153 of 16803

@joker

 

Which one is better between Radius HP-TWF11R Pro “DDM” and Sony MDR-ZX700 Sound Quality wise?

I know both are different things altogether, One is In-ear headphone and the other one is Circumaural Headphone

 

Please tell me in detail that how do they compare to each-other and which is better in bass, articulation, depth, Fast, focus, Grip, Imaging, low level detail, naturalness, Pace, Snap, Soundstage, Speed, Texture, Tightness of bass, Timbre, Timing and transient.

 

Sorry for asking this much but I will be so much glad if you can compare these terms in both the Radius and sony.

 

Thank You.

 

Warm Regards.

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i have tried FAD Heaven C , and i think the bass is punch , if there's any earphone that sound like that and cheaper i'd be happy :)


The discontinued FAD Heaven A sound extremely similar to the C and are cheaper (provided you can still find a pair somewhere).
post #6155 of 16803
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Thanks! I did try my GR06 pre burn-in and was impressed. I think at $50 the value is excellent - it seems to be a very solid all around performer with good balance. Good bass punch, slightly warmer tone than GR07, clean mids. Treble seems to have a bit of that same peakiness the GR07 treble had early on but it shouldn't be a big deal in the long run.


would you recommend it for rock , like the 07 ?

 

btw. what's your opinion of the gr01?

 


Edited by kanuka - 3/3/12 at 2:06pm
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Originally Posted by abhijollyguy View Post

Which one is better between Radius HP-TWF11R Pro “DDM” and Sony MDR-ZX700 Sound Quality wise?

I know both are different things altogether, One is In-ear headphone and the other one is Circumaural Headphone

 

Please tell me in detail that how do they compare to each-other and which is better in bass, articulation, depth, Fast, focus, Grip, Imaging, low level detail, naturalness, Pace, Snap, Soundstage, Speed, Texture, Tightness of bass, Timbre, Timing and transient.


You're asking for an apples-to-oranges comparison in great detail between two sets I haven't heard in a year or more. Sorry, no can do. From a very general SQ perspective the DDM is more bass-heavy (considering it's an in-ear) and has better depth but for more detail you'd have to find someone who can compare both directly.

 



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would you recommend it for rock , like the 07 ?

 

btw. what's your opinion of the gr01?

 



Sure - the GR06 should be good for rock considering the price. The bass isn't as tight as that of the GR07 and the depth is poorer but again quite reasonable for the price. I haven't spent much time with the GR01 but so far it seems to be one of the better TWFK-based earphones I've heard. Love the build, fit, and isolation, too.

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Sure - the GR06 should be good for rock considering the price. The bass isn't as tight as that of the GR07 and the depth is poorer but again quite reasonable for the price. I haven't spent much time with the GR01 but so far it seems to be one of the better TWFK-based earphones I've heard. Love the build, fit, and isolation, too.



Speaking of the GR06, how would it sound with hip-hop/rap? I was thinking the Gr06's limited bass depth might not be suited for something that involves a lot of bass. Is it something that can be fixed with a little bit of equilalizing? 

The build looks incredibly solid in the price range, and the amount of accessories look tempting either.

If the Gr06's bass seems insufficient I feel I will just have to do with the Eterna. The excellent build of the Gr06 compared to the Eterna is sure tempting however...

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Speaking of the GR06, how would it sound with hip-hop/rap? I was thinking the Gr06's limited bass depth might not be suited for something that involves a lot of bass. Is it something that can be fixed with a little bit of equilalizing? 

The build looks incredibly solid in the price range, and the amount of accessories look tempting either.

If the Gr06's bass seems insufficient I feel I will just have to do with the Eterna. The excellent build of the Gr06 compared to the Eterna is sure tempting however...


It's got emphasized bass but not on level with something like the Eterna, Consonance, id Spark, vPulse, etc. Not sure how it responds to EQ - haven't tried - but you would need to add a lot of bass to get up to Eterna levels and I wouldn't recommend that over just getting an Eterna.

 

post #6159 of 16803

Thank you Joker,

 

I will definently go with the Eterna. Though I wish it was built as well as the Gr06.... Gotta learn that I can't get everything..

 

Thanks again.~

Your work and quality of these review threads never ceases to amaze me.. You have my abundant respect.~ biggrin.gif

 

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Sure - the GR06 should be good for rock considering the price. The bass isn't as tight as that of the GR07 and the depth is poorer but again quite reasonable for the price. I haven't spent much time with the GR01 but so far it seems to be one of the better TWFK-based earphones I've heard. Love the build, fit, and isolation, too.


 

is it more like the dba-02/ck10 or more to the q-jays side?

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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post


You're asking for an apples-to-oranges comparison in great detail between two sets I haven't heard in a year or more. Sorry, no can do. From a very general SQ perspective the DDM is more bass-heavy (considering it's an in-ear) and has better depth but for more detail you'd have to find someone who can compare both directly.

 

Thank You Joker. I think I should create a new topic.

post #6162 of 16803

Hello,

 

Are you planning to test MEElectronics MEE RX12 ? I'm thinking about buying its but I wonder it's at least as good as RX11. Maybe it's obvious but I'm not expert so I would appraciate if somebody could confirm its quality. Thank you in advance :)

 

Greeting from Poland

post #6163 of 16803

Yoo im lookin for good IEMs for around $100 (AUD). I listen to mainly hip-hop, RnB, lotsa ballads and pop. could someone give me some suggestions?? Ive had a look at HiFiMan RE-ZERO buut i found a lot of quality issues from reviews. I found the Beyerdynamic DTX 101 iE too buut heard that the sound isnt as good and there are better for that amount of money worth. I know i kinda am askin for a lot buut i just wanna get a good quality soundin and lastin IEMs. Hope someone can help Thx.

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Originally Posted by NotSoSerious View Post

Thank you Joker,

 

I will definently go with the Eterna. Though I wish it was built as well as the Gr06.... Gotta learn that I can't get everything..

 

Thanks again.~

Your work and quality of these review threads never ceases to amaze me.. You have my abundant respect.~ biggrin.gif

 

 

Thanks, hope you like the Fischers.

 



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is it more like the dba-02/ck10 or more to the q-jays side?


Not sure yet, seems to be somewhere between. It's not quite as cold as my DBA-02 mkII but doesn't seem to have as much bass as a q-JAYS.

 



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Originally Posted by syrgon View Post

Hello,

 

Are you planning to test MEElectronics MEE RX12 ? I'm thinking about buying its but I wonder it's at least as good as RX11. Maybe it's obvious but I'm not expert so I would appraciate if somebody could confirm its quality. Thank you in advance :)

 

Greeting from Poland


No plans at this time

 



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Originally Posted by TVisz View Post

Yoo im lookin for good IEMs for around $100 (AUD). I listen to mainly hip-hop, RnB, lotsa ballads and pop. could someone give me some suggestions?? Ive had a look at HiFiMan RE-ZERO buut i found a lot of quality issues from reviews. I found the Beyerdynamic DTX 101 iE too buut heard that the sound isnt as good and there are better for that amount of money worth. I know i kinda am askin for a lot buut i just wanna get a good quality soundin and lastin IEMs. Hope someone can help Thx.


There are reviews and a chart on the front page of this thread that might be useful. I don't think you can do much better than a DTX101 if you're looking for more than just sound quality but maybe you should ask the person who told you that you could.

 

post #6165 of 16803

Hi Joker,

Congratulations for the thread it is great, and is helping me a lot in deciding which are the best IEM for me. I like very boomy and bassy IEMs, is the IE8 the best in the market with those specs? As well with the ie80 Ive seen in europe its price is going down to 300 USD, do you think that price is reasonable for its quality?

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