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post #9301 of 16802

Hi Joker, have you reviewed the RE-400 yet?  Went to Head direct to buy a RE-272 and found they have stopped production.  They refered me to the Re-400.  It is available at $99, half the price of the discounted RE-272 still available at Amazon!

post #9302 of 16802
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Originally Posted by bojuju View Post

New here.

 

Is there a queue in which IEMs are reviewed? I would really love if someone can review the Klipsch Image X7 / X7i. I bought a pair for $99 (retails $150+ normally?) here in Canada. It was the lowest price anywhere I could find.

 

They sound great but I would love to see where they stand compared to other IEMs. 

 

Here's the product link: http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/product/klipsch-klipsch-image-x7i-in-ear-headphones-black-imagex7ib/10218496.aspx?path=2fa5cb823051c1bc0289be5f378ec163en02

 

My personal queue is on the front page of this thread, below the table. I need to update it, actually.

 

I have no plans to try the X7 at this time.

 

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Originally Posted by christobit View Post

Hi Joker, have you reviewed the RE-400 yet?  Went to Head direct to buy a RE-272 and found they have stopped production.  They refered me to the Re-400.  It is available at $99, half the price of the discounted RE-272 still available at Amazon!


Yes I've heard the same from someone who tried to buy an RE262. Unfortunately I haven't heard any of the new HiFiMan releases yet.

post #9303 of 16802
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Originally Posted by JK1 View Post

Joker, how about reviewing the Panasonic RP-HJE355 IEM? I was just comparing it again to the JVC HA-FX40. Both are around $20. Imo the RP-HJE355 has a much better midrange, and more natural sound overall. The RP-HJE355 seems to be ignored by many, however imo it is an even better value than the JVC HA-FX40.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/622091/review-of-soundmagic-es10-es18-creative-ep600-cowon-ce1-jbl-tempo-in-ear-review-of-philips-she-3590-feat-the-she-3580-rp-hj3-120-and-panasonic-rp-hje355-and-more

 

        the only complain is , the speed .

post #9304 of 16802

joker, how does PFE 232 compare to AKG K3003 in other areas except bass? mainly sound quality wise

and I'm only going to use these IEMs on portable device.

post #9305 of 16802

I still refer this as to my reference when, purchasing a new IEM. very very thankful and great addition to the community! 

post #9306 of 16802

Thank you so much for taking the time to make this!

 

Do you have plans for the Sennheiser IE 800 and IE 80, FitEar ToGo! 111 and universals from Heir Audio? Oh, and what about customs from JH Audio, Ultimate Ears, Westone, and Heir Audio?

 

Sorry if I'm asking too much (^^). I greatly appreciate your work!


Edited by speller26 - 1/9/13 at 9:25pm
post #9307 of 16802
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Originally Posted by Mini0510 View Post

joker, how does PFE 232 compare to AKG K3003 in other areas except bass? mainly sound quality wise

and I'm only going to use these IEMs on portable device.

 

I believe this has been asked before. The PFE 232 has similar resolution and detail but the K3003 is perhaps a little more transparent in the midrange. The K3003 also has better soundstage depth and layering and is more airy and open-sounding. It also has more even treble with slightly better extension and is slightly less prone to harshness/sibilance. 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by sanakaku View Post

I still refer this as to my reference when, purchasing a new IEM. very very thankful and great addition to the community! 


Thanks beerchug.gif

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by speller26 View Post

Thank you so much for taking the time to make this!

 

Do you have plans for the Sennheiser IE 800 and IE 80, FitEar ToGo! 111 and universals from Heir Audio? 

 

Not at this time

 

 

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Originally Posted by speller26 View Post

Oh, and what about customs from JH Audio, Ultimate Ears, Westone, and Heir Audio?

 

Sorry if I'm asking too much ^^ I greatly appreciate your work!

 

Likely, except for UE.

post #9308 of 16802
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

 

I believe this has been asked before. The PFE 232 has similar resolution and detail but the K3003 is perhaps a little more transparent in the midrange. The K3003 also has better soundstage depth and layering and is more airy and open-sounding. It also has more even treble with slightly better extension and is slightly less prone to harshness/sibilance. 

 

So basically not that much difference? and definitely not much difference from a portable device like ipod?

Although my tracks are mostly 320 kbps aac and some 320 kbps mp3 

post #9309 of 16802
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Originally Posted by Mini0510 View Post

 

So basically not that much difference? and definitely not much difference from a portable device like ipod?

Although my tracks are mostly 320 kbps aac and some 320 kbps mp3 


I didn't say that. I think the difference is very noticeable, just maybe not worth $700 for the average listener. 

post #9310 of 16802

Hello ljokerl,

 

Do you know any IEM with a sound signature similar to the TF10, but cleaner, clearer, more detailed, better imaging, better soundstage, and less veiled? Thanks!


Edited by RobotsEatCookie - 1/10/13 at 8:47pm
post #9311 of 16802
FX700. I'd have to A/B to say for certain if the mids are more forward though.
post #9312 of 16802

Joker

how is the mids and vocals presented on the she3580 compared to the Xcited? i found the xcited´s very distant and thin/cold, more than the RE0

post #9313 of 16802
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by RobotsEatCookie View Post

Hello ljokerl,

 

Do you know any IEM with a sound signature similar to the TF10, but cleaner, clearer, more detailed, better imaging, better soundstage, and less veiled? Thanks!

 

If by similar you mean somewhat v-shaped, the FX700 is a good choice. The PFE232 is another option. 

 

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Originally Posted by Zelda View Post

Joker

how is the mids and vocals presented on the she3580 compared to the Xcited? i found the xcited´s very distant and thin/cold, more than the RE0


The Xcited is a very laid-back/distant earphone. The SHE3580 is not - it's pretty average in that regard. It also has quite a bit more bass for a warmer tone. So, no similarities to the Xcited. 

post #9314 of 16802

UE 10 review still in progress. And I'm still patiently waiting. popcorn.gif

post #9315 of 16802
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Originally Posted by Harijs View Post

UE 10 review still in progress. And I'm still patiently waiting. popcorn.gif

 

UE700 and UE TF10 reviews still in progress. And I'm also patiently waiting popcorn.gif

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