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post #7531 of 16802
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Originally Posted by esanthosh View Post

 

Conquer confusion the typical head-fi way - buy both FX700 and W4 biggrin.gif

 

PS: Otherwise, Joker's TF10 would be posted before you buy anything wink.gif

 

LOL, now just waiting for your impressions on the EPH-100 wink.gif

post #7532 of 16802
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Originally Posted by abhijollyguy View Post

 

LOL, now just waiting for your impressions on the EPH-100 wink.gif

There is already a review made by Joker on the EPH-100

post #7533 of 16802
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Originally Posted by Xinn3r View Post

There is already a review made by Joker on the EPH-100


I know I purchased EPH-100 after when joker reviewed it :) On the basis of his review I made this purchase possible :)

post #7534 of 16802
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Originally Posted by esanthosh View Post

 

Conquer confusion the typical head-fi way - buy both FX700 and W4 biggrin.gif

 

PS: Otherwise, Joker's TF10 would be posted before you buy anything wink.gif

 

And thus a new unit of time is defined.

 

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Originally Posted by Xinn3r View Post

There is already a review made by Joker on the EPH-100

 

He means esanthosh's review/impressions

post #7535 of 16802
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

 

He means esanthosh's review/impressions

 

Thanks for pointing that out wink.gif

post #7536 of 16802

Hi ljokerl, any chance you were looking to do the TF10 review sometime soon? You seem to refer to it often and plenty of us have them, so having a review up there as a frame of reference would be helpful for those looking to upgrade, sidestep or simply how they fare in comparison to the rest of the range you have looked at.

post #7537 of 16802
^ Maybe he finds TF10 so absolutely amazing he's having trouble putting it into words. rolleyes.gif
post #7538 of 16802

joker.. promise me you'll be posting the TF.10 review as a near-indecipherable cryptogram?  Just to absolutely torment the TF.10 fanboys.

 

Fingers-crossed1.jpg

 

Pretty please?

post #7539 of 16802

Sorry Flysweep! Get back in line tongue.gif

 

First he needs to make my job of choosing between MH334, FI-BA-SS & K3003 more difficult, then he is free to do whatever it is you want with the TF10 review!

post #7540 of 16802

Which IEM is better; the Beyerdynamic DTX 101 or the Klipsch s4?

 

I am looking to buy a pair of headphones under $100 and i'v narrowed my decision down to these two. Can someone tell which is better based on your personal experience or reviews you've seen online. I am also looking for more clarity in headphones without compromising the bass. Thanks a lot if you can help me out.

Maybe you can recommend a better IEM for this price range.

post #7541 of 16802
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Originally Posted by Davidisawesome View Post

Which IEM is better; the Beyerdynamic DTX 101 or the Klipsch s4?




I am looking to buy a pair of headphones under $100 and i'v narrowed my decision down to these two. Can someone tell which is better based on your personal experience or reviews you've seen online. I am also looking for more clarity in headphones without compromising the bass. Thanks a lot if you can help me out.


Maybe you can recommend a better IEM for this price range.



That's a price bracket with some great contenders, between the Vsonics, Sunrises, RE0 and REZERO

Edit: Wow, that sounded far meaner than I had intended, sorry!
Edited by scootsit - 7/14/12 at 4:10pm
post #7542 of 16802
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Originally Posted by RedSky0 View Post

Hi ljokerl, any chance you were looking to do the TF10 review sometime soon? You seem to refer to it often and plenty of us have them, so having a review up there as a frame of reference would be helpful for those looking to upgrade, sidestep or simply how they fare in comparison to the rest of the range you have looked at.

 

The problem is that I'm always working on something else, not sitting here twiddling my thumbs. Currently the B&W P3, FAD Heaven S and C, and re-vising the RE262. The TF10 thing has become sort of a running joke but really I'd much rather put up reviews of newer gear than something that's got a 500 page impression thread. I did promise I'd work on it shortly after the FitEar review and I plan to stick to that.

 

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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

^ Maybe he finds TF10 so absolutely amazing he's having trouble putting it into words. rolleyes.gif

 

Yeah... no tongue.gif

 

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Originally Posted by FlySweep View Post

joker.. promise me you'll be posting the TF.10 review as a near-indecipherable cryptogram?  Just to absolutely torment the TF.10 fanboys.

 

Tempting...

 

 

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Originally Posted by esanthosh View Post

First he needs to make my job of choosing between MH334, FI-BA-SS & K3003 more difficult, then he is free to do whatever it is you want with the TF10 review!

 

This is true.

 

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Originally Posted by Davidisawesome View Post

Which IEM is better; the Beyerdynamic DTX 101 or the Klipsch s4?

 

I am looking to buy a pair of headphones under $100 and i'v narrowed my decision down to these two. Can someone tell which is better based on your personal experience or reviews you've seen online. I am also looking for more clarity in headphones without compromising the bass. Thanks a lot if you can help me out.

Maybe you can recommend a better IEM for this price range.

 

I found the DTX 101 to be better - it's got a warm, bassy sound but is smooth and not as unnatural as the v-shaped S4. For more recessed mids and harsh, prominent treble the S4 is better.

post #7543 of 16802

I'm looking for something to compliment my Yamaha EPH-100 set (which I love btw). Something that just has a different sound signature. Not especially bright or analytical, but just a bit brighter. I'm inrigued by the R-50 and perhaps the JVC FXD80. The ATH-CKM500 seem really interesting as well.

 

Any thoughts or opinions?

post #7544 of 16802

I have looked at the RE0, but the TRSS adapter kind of put me off. And also the only place i can find them is on ebay where they could be fake

post #7545 of 16802
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

 

The problem is that I'm always working on something else, not sitting here twiddling my thumbs. Currently the B&W P3, FAD Heaven S and C, and re-vising the RE262. The TF10 thing has become sort of a running joke but really I'd much rather put up reviews of newer gear than something that's got a 500 page impression thread. I did promise I'd work on it shortly after the FitEar review and I plan to stick to that.

 

 

What do you plan to revise on the RE262 review?

The newer inter-changeable cable?

Does the SQ change?

Also ,does the old version has a balanced cable or normal?


Edited by Xinn3r - 7/15/12 at 9:35am
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