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post #2986 of 3085
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Originally Posted by Mooses9 View Post
 

its A flat Frequency Response amp, extremely transparent, with excellent bass boost implication. probably the best bass implication.


My vote is for the C5 as well.  To my ears an ideal pairing with the 535's.  In addition, the price is right, and the JDS customer service is second to none.  No downside.

post #2987 of 3085
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Originally Posted by zombywoof View Post
 


My vote is for the C5 as well.  To my ears an ideal pairing with the 535's.  In addition, the price is right, and the JDS customer service is second to none.  No downside.

yep, i enjoyed my c5 when i had it, i loved the bass implication, also the gain.

 

i loved my c421 also it was a excellent imo a contender to the c5 they both had their strong points.

 

plus build quality is exceptional, esp for the price

post #2988 of 3085
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Originally Posted by Mooses9 View Post
 

yep, i enjoyed my c5 when i had it, i loved the bass implication, also the gain.

 

i loved my c421 also it was a excellent imo a contender to the c5 they both had their strong points.

 

plus build quality is exceptional, esp for the price

SO you guys recommend the c5 and it is better than RSA amp .... cool :normal_smile :

is it provides the deeper bass response & sound stage that i seek from my 535 ....and i wont need an upgrade after that ? 

post #2989 of 3085
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Originally Posted by Mmet View Post
 

SO you guys recommend the c5 and it is better than RSA amp .... cool :normal_smile :

is it provides the deeper bass response & sound stage that i seek from my 535 ....and i wont need an upgrade after that ? 

if you use the bass boost yes it has excellent bass boost..

 

its hard to say as far as rsa vs jds  i feel amps arent better but different. you want a transparent amp or a coloured amp?

post #2990 of 3085

mmmmmmm sorry guys i think i am new with this definitions .....when i said transparent i meant preserves all details of sound ....not muddy..... not unclear something like that !:redface:  

is colored do all that ??!! but the frequency response not flat or what ?!!

post #2991 of 3085
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Originally Posted by Mmet View Post
 

mmmmmmm sorry guys i think i am new with this definitions .....when i said transparent i meant preserves all details of sound ....not muddy..... not unclear something like that !:redface:  

is colored do all that ??!! but the frequency response not flat or what ?!!

 

Frequency response is pretty much flat against the bost, no one frequency is bumped more than another. so low mids and highs are all Flat on frequency scale.

 

Transparent means that it doesnt add colour to the sound, doesnt add synthetic frequency responses...how the music was recorded is how the music sounds through the amp....in a sense you are right by not adding what isnt supposed to be there you get the details in sound.

 

are you looking for a coloured amp?

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Shure replaced my broken nozzle smily_headphones1.gif
post #2993 of 3085
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Originally Posted by snapple10 View Post

Shure replaced my broken nozzle smily_headphones1.gif

Not to state the obvious, but when you buy a product you are also buying the service and with Shure it is part of the premium price. I am truly glad you received a replacement.
post #2994 of 3085
I guess because I bought a pair used here, without receipt I was not expecting much from Shure
Glad they stand behind their products . Without receipt , Shure will fix using production dates ( 2 years) per rep on the phone -
post #2995 of 3085
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Originally Posted by Mooses9 View Post
 

 

Frequency response is pretty much flat against the bost, no one frequency is bumped more than another. so low mids and highs are all Flat on frequency scale.

 

Transparent means that it doesnt add colour to the sound, doesnt add synthetic frequency responses...how the music was recorded is how the music sounds through the amp....in a sense you are right by not adding what isnt supposed to be there you get the details in sound.

 

are you looking for a coloured amp?

thanks for your useful explanation ^_^ i appreciate it a lot .....and yes in that case i would like a colored one for my ipod ...i guess i would buy the two amps one transparent and one colored :L3000: for diffrent moods and geners !!! 

post #2996 of 3085
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Originally Posted by Mmet View Post

thanks for your useful explanation ^_^ i appreciate it a lot .....and yes in that case i would like a colored one for my ipod ...i guess i would buy the two amps one transparent and one colored L3000.gif  for diffrent moods and geners !!! 

I do not know your budget but the best "flavored" amp for the SE535 is the RSA Protector. It will give you a lush tube like sound especially at the low end. Also, if you decide down the road to get balanced terminated cables it has both single ended as well as balanced output.
post #2997 of 3085
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Originally Posted by spook76 View Post


I do not know your budget but the best "flavored" amp for the SE535 is the RSA Protector. It will give you a lush tube like sound especially at the low end. Also, if you decide down the road to get balanced terminated cables it has both single ended as well as balanced output.

it is out of my budget for now ...as importing it would cost me about 620 $ :confused_face: !!!!! my budget without the f***ing importing fees about 300-350$ ...but it may be worth waiting for it and burning money !! :rolleyes: ...don't know yet


Edited by Mmet - 1/10/14 at 5:14pm
post #2998 of 3085
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Originally Posted by spook76 View Post


I do not know your budget but the best "flavored" amp for the SE535 is the RSA Protector. It will give you a lush tube like sound especially at the low end. Also, if you decide down the road to get balanced terminated cables it has both single ended as well as balanced output.

i Never tried the protector, BUT love RSA.

 

I personally have the RSA sr-71b and its a Beast and it sound phenomenal with the se535 but at $650.00 what do you expect. and well it sounds phenomenal with anything you throw at it really.

post #2999 of 3085

I saw someone today who wore his Shure SE535 with the cables running from the back  (so the cables are not meeting at the front). Is this the best way to wear it? 

post #3000 of 3085
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Originally Posted by ubs28 View Post
 

I saw someone today who wore his Shure SE535 with the cables running from the back  (so the cables are not meeting at the front). Is this the best way to wear it? 

its preference. musicians wear them like that. 

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