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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

 

Well, since I did compare the FXT90 to the GR07 quite a few times back when I had it maybe this will help (although all or most of this is already in the FXT90 review)

 

 

Ah... it's perfect, thanks alot Joker!

But I still can't justify buying the FXT90... I'll probably wait until you finish your EPH-100 review, then we'll see what happens tongue.gif


Edited by Xinn3r - 4/22/12 at 7:21pm
post #6692 of 16803

yes it can be possible , cuz i have used sony hybrids on many earphones even on the m9 , m6 , cw31 , i just try which tips are sounding good , you know a combination .
 

post #6693 of 16803
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Originally Posted by KimChee View Post

Hey Joker,

 

I think I've read you said the HF5 is 90% of the ER4S, do you still hold to this?

 

Yep, one of the many reasons why the HF5 is an excellent value.

 

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Originally Posted by Mysterious View Post

How will the Atrio M5 (with MG7 Driver ) compares with the VSonic GR06/GR07 and Sony MDR-EX600 in terms of the bass department without compromising mids and highs.
Also will any of the IEM's above result in a significant upgrade to the V-Moda M-80 headphones i have right now 

 

They have different ways of not compromising the mids and highs. The MG7 has a ton of subbass but not much in the way of mid-bass bloat so it doesn't really bleed over. The GR07 and EX600 are punchy but controlled and don't bleed over either. The GR06 does bleed over but it has more forward mids so they are still kept more or less free of the bass. None of these are a significant upgrade over the M-80 overall but if you're looking for something specific they might be.

 

 

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Originally Posted by PixelVandalism View Post

 

 

Would it be possible? I don't want to have to buy another set of tips.

 

I wouldn't count on it, Comply cores are not very stretchy compared to something like a Sony Hybrid or even a regular silicone tip.

post #6694 of 16803

Is there a more "universal" fit foam tip than the comply ones? 

For an equivalent price. 


Edited by PixelVandalism - 4/22/12 at 10:58pm
post #6695 of 16803

 

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Is there a more "universal" fit foam tip than the comply ones? 

For an equivalent price. 

 

What about Shure Black Foam Sleeves (aka Shure Olives)?

post #6696 of 16803

 

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What about Shure Black Foam Sleeves (aka Shure Olives)?

 

Would they fit both the M9 and M6's? 

Are they considered as comfortable? 

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Would they fit both the M9 and M6's? 

Are they considered as comfortable? 

 

they won't fit the m6 or m9

 

try these for m6 http://stores.ebay.com/Lostearbuds/Memory-Foam-/_i.html?_fsub=2613068012&_sid=102131412&_trksid=p4634.c0.m322

 

the medium are about the size of the small shure olives!!

post #6698 of 16803

 

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Originally Posted by PakoBoy View Post

 

 

they won't fit the m6 or m9

 

try these for m6 http://stores.ebay.com/Lostearbuds/Memory-Foam-/_i.html?_fsub=2613068012&_sid=102131412&_trksid=p4634.c0.m322

 

the medium are about the size of the small shure olives!!

 

It's looking like I can't get something that will fit both. 

post #6699 of 16803

 

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Originally Posted by PixelVandalism View Post

 

 

It's looking like I can't get something that will fit both. 

 

they also fit the m9

post #6700 of 16803

 

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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

They have different ways of not compromising the mids and highs. The MG7 has a ton of subbass but not much in the way of mid-bass bloat so it doesn't really bleed over. The GR07 and EX600 are punchy but controlled and don't bleed over either. The GR06 does bleed over but it has more forward mids so they are still kept more or less free of the bass. None of these are a significant upgrade over the M-80 overall but if you're looking for something specific they might be.

 

I have always felt the bass of M-80 needed to be more punchy for my liking.
Do you think the Atrio's will be a good buy then and will it complement the M-80's as a type of different sound signature ?


Edited by Mysterious - 4/23/12 at 4:10am
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Originally Posted by PixelVandalism View Post

 

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Originally Posted by dacmo View Post

 

 

What about Shure Black Foam Sleeves (aka Shure Olives)?

 

Would they fit both the M9 and M6's? 

Are they considered as comfortable? 

 

you can de-core the olives. and fit them on the m6 easily. for the m9 donno

post #6702 of 16803
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Originally Posted by Mysterious View Post

I have always felt the bass of M-80 needed to be more punchy for my liking.
Do you think the Atrio's will be a good buy then and will it complement the M-80's as a type of different sound signature ?

 

Yes. If you don't need much isolation you could also check out the JVC HA-FX500 which is quite punchy and very different in signature.

post #6703 of 16803

@joker

 

which iem has best grip in bass, which iem is best in seismic and tight bass with overall good sound quality around $100. I feel that eterna's bass is on the boomier side.

 

Thanks & Regards


Edited by abhijollyguy - 4/24/12 at 11:41am
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can any one help with sony xba-3 ? is it better then the ue 700 ? or how good it is . any help is useful .

 

thanks in advance .

post #6705 of 16803

I've realized that the iem market moves way too fast for me and much faster than the full sized market. Some products here become irrelevant very quick while I can't say the same for full sized. I wonder when my JH5 will be long forgotten at the rate things are going :P

 

I do wonder where you find the space for all the iems and how you find something if you are looking for a specific one.

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