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Originally Posted by rawrster View Post

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.

 


I'm have a JH5 too and I'm still very satisfied with it's performance against many high end universals. But some earphones like the W4 or XBA-3/4 can outdo it at times for certain music.

post #6707 of 16803

Anyone listened to this.

 

http://www.amazon.com/OSP-EU-4-Professional-Earphones/dp/B000SKL95C/ref=pd_sim_sbs_e_7

 

Someone reviewed it and said it's better than $1,000 headphone monitors.

post #6708 of 16803

I read that review. It bothers me a bit.

 

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I have a friend who is a professional audio engineer and musician in Nashville, TN that told me about these amazing in-ear monitors. He told me that these sound better than his $1,000 pair of "pro" monitors!

 

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Bass response is better than the human ear can actually hear.

 

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post #6709 of 16803
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Originally Posted by Niyologist View Post

Anyone listened to this.

 

http://www.amazon.com/OSP-EU-4-Professional-Earphones/dp/B000SKL95C/ref=pd_sim_sbs_e_7

 

Someone reviewed it and said it's better than $1,000 headphone monitors.

 

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Originally Posted by jant71 View Post

TBH, these have been around for a long time under various names. Makes you think that there might just be something to them. Of course I would go for the Carvin being $59 instead of the OSP or Galaxy for $69 or $79.

 

post #6710 of 16803

 

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Originally Posted by Niyologist View Post

Anyone listened to this.

 

http://www.amazon.com/OSP-EU-4-Professional-Earphones/dp/B000SKL95C/ref=pd_sim_sbs_e_7

 

Someone reviewed it and said it's better than $1,000 headphone monitors.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/247851/new-cheap-iem-on-the-block-eu-4

post #6711 of 16803
Thread Starter 

 

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Originally Posted by abhijollyguy View Post

@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

 

If that 50% off MG7 coupon is still active that would be one. Otherwise the Hippo VB or maybe even Velodyne vPulse.

 

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Originally Posted by rawrster View Post

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.

 

Agreed, I've stopped trying to keep up with the latest and greatest and just hope to hear the stuff that sticks around.

 

IEMs don't take up much room (luckily). I have two desk drawers - one for sets I intend to sell and the other for review and reference pairs. To find the right one I just have to think back to the last time I used it and dig appropriately far back in the drawer tongue.gif

 

 

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Originally Posted by esanthosh View Post

I read that review. It bothers me a bit.

 

Happens a lot on amazon rolleyes.gif

 

post #6712 of 16803
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Originally Posted by jant71 View Post

TBH, these have been around for a long time under various names. Makes you think that there might just be something to them. Of course I would go for the Carvin being $59 instead of the OSP or Galaxy for $69 or $79.

 

Speaking of multiple brand names, there's also the JTS IE-1, http://www.jts.com.tw/_en/01_professional/01_detail.php?sid=505

The company also offers a single BA and dual BA model, which I've listened to before. No exactly stellar SQ, but not horrible either, and they are built like tanks.

post #6713 of 16803
Hi,
I'm considering the atrios mg7 but I haven't found a comparision with the mtpc that I previously owned!
I would like to know if the mg7 is a downgrade coming from the mtpc
Thank you
post #6714 of 16803

 

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Originally Posted by jant71 View Post

TBH, these have been around for a long time under various names. Makes you think that there might just be something to them. Of course I would go for the Carvin being $59 instead of the OSP or Galaxy for $69 or $79.

 

Speaking of multiple brand names, there's also the JTS IE-1, http://www.jts.com.tw/_en/01_professional/01_detail.php?sid=505

The company also offers a single BA and dual BA model, which I've listened to before. No exactly stellar SQ, but not horrible either, and they are built like tanks.

intersting

how are they compared to other BA and Dual BA?

price? where're they available?

 

post #6715 of 16803

Please review the TDK BA200 :)

post #6716 of 16803

 

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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

 

 

If that 50% off MG7 coupon is still active that would be one. Otherwise the Hippo VB or maybe even Velodyne vPulse.

 

PM'ed you.

 

Thanks & Regards.

post #6717 of 16803

Joker, out of curiosity do you still have the Radius DDM2 on hand still has i am curious of how similar they are to my able planet SI1050. They look identical apart from the vent on the radius. I would be more than happy to send them to you to try out if you have the time?

 



I would obviously like to hear for my self but I am not in a position at all to buy one and if I was purchasing and iem it'd be something else.
So I guess the secon best thing would be someone I trust as well as value there opinion so that's you!
Edited by Swimsonny - 4/25/12 at 9:45am
post #6718 of 16803

Joker how would you compare the SE215 to the Xcape IE in terms of soundstage?

post #6719 of 16803

Hi Joker. I've read from previous posts that Sunrise Impressive Edition will get a higher score on sound quality compared to Vsonic GR06. How about the Sunrise XCITED Edition? Would you score it higher than Vsonic GR06? 

 

Sorry for another question.

  

       1. Which is better in treble?       Sunrise IE, Sunrise XCITED, Vsonic GR06?

       2. Which is better in midrange?  Sunrise IE, Sunrise XCITED, Vsonic GR06?

       3, Which is better in instrument separation?  Sunrise IE, Sunrise XCITED, Vsonic GR06?

       4. Which has more air/soundstage? (like Hifiman REO)? Sunrise IE, Sunrise XCITED, Vsonic GR06?

 

Waiting for the review of Sunrise IE & XCITED. 

I trust your ears Joker. From my purchased IEM I gotta say, your sound quality reviews are exactly what I'm hearing.

post #6720 of 16803
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Originally Posted by moracajay View Post

Hi Joker. I've read from previous posts that Sunrise Impressive Edition will get a higher score on sound quality compared to Vsonic GR06. How about the Sunrise XCITED Edition? Would you score it higher than Vsonic GR06?

 

The hint may be here. Even if there are revisions to that score, XCited would slot below GR06.

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