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post #3661 of 5227

Unfortunately, unless both were measured in exactly the same manner on the same equipment, those graphs don't really tell us anything.

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post #3662 of 5227

Are there V6 owners that listen to metal? How do you rate them?

 

I would describe thrash metal as not having bass. I owned RE262 and they have flat frequency and thought they were great. Could have done with more bass sure but I learned to live with them.

 

Little bit lost with what to choose right now.

post #3663 of 5227

I'd like to see Han Bo Quan chime in. I won't have my V6 for a few weeks so unfortunately I cannot help.

post #3664 of 5227

I listen to Progressive metal as you can tell from my avatar. Though I definitely prefer my Stax system V6 do a great job with it too. But they are very revealing, so some metal bands do not have top notch recordings and if your source is poor too, then you may get a "meh" experience. If your entire chain is right up to task until the headphones, V6 are great for metal. 

post #3665 of 5227

Still properly torn between the V6 and the Mage. A lot of my favorite albums are from 88 so they dont always sound good.

post #3666 of 5227
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Originally Posted by Defiant00 View Post

Unfortunately, unless both were measured in exactly the same manner on the same equipment, those graphs don't really tell us anything.

I agree, looking at graphs do not tell the whole story. It seems to be a recurring debate as to the value of graphs.

 

I believe if grahs are used the person posting should disclose if same measuring equipment was used and if the set up was calibrated.Grabbing graphs from the internet is hardly material to base an advise on.

post #3667 of 5227
Hello guys,
Did someone experienced a v3's bass came lesser after run in or burn in? V3 and v6 which one will be recommended for vocals? thanks!
post #3668 of 5227

Nice new video from Vitaliy and the gang over at 1964 EARS. Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

post #3669 of 5227

saw the video. few days ago. great video!

post #3670 of 5227

Nice video for 1964 Ears!etysmile.gif

But someone please tell me which one between v3 or v6's vocal are better?

I'm now searching for a CIEM in 1964Ears to replace my SE535LTD.

And I demand a tight bass and a smooth and large soundstage with a slightly forward vocal. Any recommendation ?

Thanks so much!

post #3671 of 5227

I like the lab coats the staff wear - they're scientists!
 

post #3672 of 5227
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Nice new video from Vitaliy and the gang over at 1964 EARS. Enjoy!

 

 

 

VIDEO

 

 

I have to get one of those shirts.

post #3673 of 5227

Nice video.  (best part 0.50,hehe).

Btw ,i am curious to read your review,Eric.

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Nice video.  (best part 0.50,hehe).

Btw ,i am curious to read your review,Eric.

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