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Originally Posted by lmy243 View Post

i begin to regret i have choose JH13,haha...  
Don't.

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Lol I was about to say that..

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My next iem was going to 1plus2 but now i'm changing it jh13.

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Originally Posted by gmahler2u View Post

My next iem was going to 1plus2 but now i'm changing it jh13.

15% off sale this weekend at JHaudio.com

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Originally Posted by IA64 View Post

That's a good track to show the potential of your bass drivers  https://soundcloud.com/bassotronics_music/bassotronics-you-want-bass

 

Can you feel the very low frequencies in background ? I feel them much better when the IEM is 90% inserted ( still good seal ) 

Ahahahhhahhaha - I just listened to this track with my 8A's - I am not a real fan of this type of music - but that was a WHOLE lot of fun... lol. 

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Just suddenly curious due to the last comment about the 8A, is it just the tonal difference between the jh16 and 8a? Like the jh16 is more analytical and treble-bass accentuated while the 8a is more silky and has strong mids? Or am I just talking bullsh*t?

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I haven't heard the JH Audio gear - but my limited time with my 8A's and I would describe them as smooth - almost an analog feel to them. As for mid-centric - I don't think so - I ran a dynamic range test off a website and they start with a 10hz tone and there was great volume there - also the sound remained constant up to the higher ranges without any large dips - so very detailed throughout the spectrum without being sibilant or too sharp edged - if you (or I) know what I mean...

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hmm.....analog....what sound or instrument/music does that relate to? not completely sure what analog seems to indicate. I'm guessing for modern dance, electronic, and EDM this analog sound is not really a good match. Perhaps I should stick with my Jh16..

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When I say analog - what I think I mean is the sound is cohesive - not hyper-detailed. Not a sound where you are hearing a combination of elements and focus on the assembly of those elements - but are actually able to take a step back and focus on the whole, without the individual elements jarring you out of the composition. Certainly each instrument is there and you are able to discern their location - nothing is smeared - but it like seeing the forest and not being so close as to being forced to regard each individual tree.

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Originally Posted by yjkimnada View Post

hmm.....analog....what sound or instrument/music does that relate to? not completely sure what analog seems to indicate. I'm guessing for modern dance, electronic, and EDM this analog sound is not really a good match. Perhaps I should stick with my Jh16..

Stick with your JH16. ;)

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@tupac0306

 

Yes many have recommended the jh16 over the 8a for my lively and aggressive music taste. I also disagree with these people as I also believe this too. However, as any audiophile, i am just curious what in gods name this 8a thingy sounds like... Perhaps with some classical or jazz, the 8a would really shine?

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Originally Posted by yjkimnada View Post

@tupac0306

 

Yes many have recommended the jh16 over the 8a for my lively and aggressive music taste. I also disagree with these people as I also believe this too. However, as any audiophile, i am just curious what in gods name this 8a thingy sounds like... Perhaps with some classical or jazz, the 8a would really shine?

No. 8.a will actually shine with same genres that JH16 will shine with. JH16 is better at classcial or jazz than 8.a IMO. JH16 is more neutral and balanced, specially the new FP one. As you probably know JH16 is actually colored ciem, now imagine how colored 8.a can be. But I am not surprised some people prefer this very warm and smooth sound over fairly analytical and fast sound of JH16, although I find the new 16 smooth enough.

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I'll be getting my JH16's in under a month, I'm so excited to finally be able to practice and perform on stage properly. I'm unsure of how it will be playing with them in my ears but it's something I'll need to adjust to. I've been searching for a musicians review on the JH16 but all I've been able to find are Audiophile and Gear reviews. So I'll be posting my own review of the JH16 pro FP when I have a chance to test them out on stage and in my practice room, oh and not to forget how great they sound.

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Originally Posted by Winegums View Post

I'll be getting my JH16's in under a month, I'm so excited to finally be able to practice and perform on stage properly. I'm unsure of how it will be playing with them in my ears but it's something I'll need to adjust to. I've been searching for a musicians review on the JH16 but all I've been able to find are Audiophile and Gear reviews. So I'll be posting my own review of the JH16 pro FP when I have a chance to test them out on stage and in my practice room, oh and not to forget how great they sound.


Congrates!  I got my JH16 2 years ago.  I never regret it, it's awesome experience!!

 

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