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post #6871 of 16802

mannn !! just look at the price tag , i can buy a sgs3 , and a ck-10 and a re-272 . why wont someone go for customs ? with that price jh audio 16 pro or 13 pro can be brought easily . 8 BAs in one ears will do nearly anything .
 

post #6872 of 16802

What if said person doesn't want customs?

post #6873 of 16802

apparently new skullcandy inkd came out today. would love to know your opinion

post #6874 of 16802
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Originally Posted by suman134 View Post

mannn !! just look at the price tag , i can buy a sgs3 , and a ck-10 and a re-272 . why wont someone go for customs ? with that price jh audio 16 pro or 13 pro can be brought easily . 8 BAs in one ears will do nearly anything .
 

More drivers doesn't always mean better.  The single dynamic driver Future Sonics MG6 Pro is arguably just as good as the JH16, and while the Westone ES5 only has 5 drivers it is a worthy competitor too.

post #6875 of 16802

thats why i said nearly , but by the way , i have a trouble , i got cc51p , i wonder if xba-1 and ue 600 worth a fight , i got all at nealy $80 each , cc51 is awesome no doubt , but i just wonder if these two worth a go . what happen when i get money i just cant help it , it gets on my head , got to spend it , and spend it nice . or it will get blown .
 

post #6876 of 16802

Finally a great review of the K3003! All the others I've seen around here are always a kind of love or hate review! You done it again, ljokerl... Thanks! wink.gif

 

 

 

P.S.: Can't wait for the GR08... biggrin.gif

post #6877 of 16802

Thanks for the great review of K3003, looking forward to the Fitear MH334 To Go review.

post #6878 of 16802

I'm loving the MEElectronics M6. It's so cheap yet it fantastic for the price. Coming from higher end stuff the mids are a little muffled, but overall its an excellent and durable iem for the price. The bass is very nice also, sounds more natural and can feel more air movement than BA style bass.


Edited by ProjectDenz - 5/8/12 at 4:39am
post #6879 of 16802

Jlab jbud  J4:

 

Is there a review here?  Just got a pair and not  that impressed.

 

thx

 

bob
 

post #6880 of 16802

Oh no...you reviewed the 3003...L3000.gif

post #6881 of 16802

I'm going to have the VSonic GR08 in my possession soon. Maybe sometime around Late 2012. If not that, then the Sennheiser IE800. 


Edited by Niyologist - 5/8/12 at 10:55am
post #6882 of 16802

ljokerl, I enjoyed reading your review on the K3003. How is it compared to the EX1000 in your opinion? Thanks.

post #6883 of 16802

do hifiman re0 still worth to buy today?

post #6884 of 16802
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do hifiman re0 still worth to buy today?

 

      No, not really. The EX600 and RE272 are huge upgrades in-comparison to the RE0. I'm just going based on the reviews.

post #6885 of 16802
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      No, not really. The EX600 and RE272 are huge upgrades in-comparison to the RE0. I'm just going based on the reviews.

 

Both are double the price of the RE0... and while the 272 is similarly analytical to the RE0, the EX600 is much more coloured.

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