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post #6661 of 16803

Wow, I will for sure be picking up the GR06, seems to be an insane steal...I feel sure the price will go up.

 

Edit: I was right; $80 on lendmeurears.com...out of stock and, for good or ill, outside of impulse purchase range for me...

 

http://lendmeurears.com/index.php?cPath=13&osCsid=1cb8514173f2c702f1fa85230b020a89


Edited by Gilly87 - 4/20/12 at 9:06am
post #6662 of 16803

 

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It's amazing that you a. remember and b. were able to find that link. I was just dreading having to go looking for that post tongue.gif

 

Now that I have proved that I am stalking this thread far too much and for far too long than I care to admit, can I have the TF10 review?  wink.gif

post #6663 of 16803

GILLY87

Hey you read that wrong, it's only $63 in us funds and they do have them in stock in the U.S.   They ship fron IL and takes like 3 days to get them...NOTHING under $100 can touch them..They are that good..


Edited by Magicman74 - 4/20/12 at 10:17am
post #6664 of 16803

yes yes yes , do that , it will help to compare the dba-02 and gr07 , triple ba vs dual vs dynamic . i like eu signature if it has retained or not , and hows the bass against ue 700 , cuz ue 700 got some nice bass . turn up the music and i hope she dont mind , cb and sean paul .
 

post #6665 of 16803

Hi |joker|! This is probably difficult since the FXT-90's were a loan, but should you remember, how would you compare the mid-range (particularly distorted guitar?), treble, and prat/speed of the JVC's against the CK-10's? To one-up Niyologist's inquiry, what balanced-armature or dynamic in your opinion, would best the JVC's in terms of attack, aggression, and transparency?

 

Thank you!

post #6666 of 16803
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GR06 still 30 quid in UK, wish I had a use to justify buying! Nice reviews anyway!

 


If you mean from frogbeats they are out of stock anyway!

 

actually i think they are getting them back in stock tomorrow

post #6667 of 16803
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Hi |joker|! This is probably difficult since the FXT-90's were a loan, but should you remember, how would you compare the mid-range (particularly distorted guitar?), treble, and prat/speed of the JVC's against the CK-10's? To one-up Niyologist's inquiry, what balanced-armature or dynamic in your opinion, would best the JVC's in terms of attack, aggression, and transparency?

Thank you!

Regarding the the FXT90, is it better than GR07 for distorted guitars? By this I mean a real aggressive bite to the sound? Or any other IEM in this price range for that matter....EPH100?
post #6668 of 16803

 

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Regarding the the FXT90, is it better than GR07 for distorted guitars? By this I mean a real aggressive bite to the sound? Or any other IEM in this price range for that matter....EPH100?

 

Read this post: http://www.head-fi.org/t/563722/jvc-ha-fxt90-appreciation-thread-user-info-buying-guide-reviews-on-page-1#post_7623915 in the appreciation thread, there are many comparisons made to the GR07 for your pleasure. I don't want to comment too much since I haven't heard the GR07, and that I haven't really heard enough headphones to plot an accurate distribution of what would constitute "aggression", but distorted guitars certainly have a bite on these things.

 

 
 
 

Edited by vaed - 4/20/12 at 2:01pm
post #6669 of 16803

 

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Regarding the the FXT90, is it better than GR07 for distorted guitars? By this I mean a real aggressive bite to the sound? Or any other IEM in this price range for that matter....EPH100?

 

Well I have all 3 of thoughs and for me the GR07 and EPH-100 sound better for distorted guitars in rock and metal for instance.  At first I liked the FXT90 but theres just something about them that just doesn't click for me.  They are very capable IEM's just not a sound signature I can really get into.

 

Now both the GR07 and EPH-100 have a similar sound in that they both have a more laid back non-offensive sound signature and both have good detail and excellent separation.

 

All 3 are very good IEM's so it comes down to what signature you want.

post #6670 of 16803
I just got my cc51 yesterday. So far, I noticed That on left channel, when the song going to high note or pitch, I hear a bit of echo and sound very annoying. Is the technical term for this is that it to bright? Is this normal for this set of iem? Will it go away with burn in?
post #6671 of 16803
Thread Starter 

 

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Now that I have proved that I am stalking this thread far too much and for far too long than I care to admit, can I have the TF10 review?  wink.gif

 

Fine, I'll do it after the FitEar MH334 tongue.gif

 

 

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Originally Posted by vaed View Post

Hi |joker|! This is probably difficult since the FXT-90's were a loan, but should you remember, how would you compare the mid-range (particularly distorted guitar?), treble, and prat/speed of the JVC's against the CK-10's? To one-up Niyologist's inquiry, what balanced-armature or dynamic in your opinion, would best the JVC's in terms of attack, aggression, and transparency?

 

Thank you!

 

The FXT90 is much warmer and thicker than the CK10. I really don't think you can compare the midranges of the two because they are so different but if you like your guitars up front the FXT90 is likely the ticket. The CK10 has slightly hotter treble and nothing beats it for speed from what I've heard. The EX1000 and FX700 are both dynamic-driver upgrades to the FXT90 in some ways. In the armature world, maybe the DBA-02, W3, or j-Phonic K2 SP (not that you can buy one anymore). 

 

 

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I just got my cc51 yesterday. So far, I noticed That on left channel, when the song going to high note or pitch, I hear a bit of echo and sound very annoying. Is the technical term for this is that it to bright? Is this normal for this set of iem? Will it go away with burn in?

 

 

Sounds like a QC issue if it's consistent across recordings. I'm sure it's something they'll warranty.

post #6672 of 16803

Awesome! Thanks a lot for sharing those...I am looking forwarding to the feeling of k3003..LOL

post #6673 of 16803

can you explain a bit more about QC issue? Is it common issue for IEM for only for the cc51?

post #6674 of 16803

How about the etymotic hf5 then? Can their mids compete with the westone 1's?

post #6675 of 16803

Joker, how does EPH-100 timbre compare to FXT90?

 

And both above compared to GR07

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