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post #3796 of 4774
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Originally Posted by mBcHc View Post

For my opinion,FiiO's LODs are fewer choices for customers, and you cannot choose what the material is made with in order to fit in your own sound requirement. However, custom made LODs got the advantages here, you can order as you like,and I found it custom made LODs have a better looking. For AMPs , there are couple of store selling different kinds of AMPs, and you can try the demo as well and to decide which one are the best for you. Last but not least , I'm a Hong Kong citizen , I hope I can help yousmile_phones.gif

 

okey i am chinese i do speak cantonese but live in the netherlands.

where in the neighbourhood of mong kok can i get some relative cheap good iem cables and LOD cables?

maybe i am also in the market for a amp.

which ipod amp do you recommend pairing with the 1964v3's?

and is it also possible to bargain with these people? i know in most shop you can bargain which i am really good at :D

post #3797 of 4774

1964 is popular now:)

post #3798 of 4774

yeh, certainly is.

post #3799 of 4774
They've got their bang-for-buck in a real sweet spot at the moment. I was originally going to grab Westone 4s but stumbled upon jokers review and figured the little extra investment would go a long way, especially in terms of comfort.
post #3800 of 4774

so did i i wanted to buy a triple or a quad iem and stumbled upon 1964 ears 

post #3801 of 4774

For those that have their customs:

 

Did you receive an email when they sent them out?

post #3802 of 4774

You get an email with the shipping information and the tracking number. They create the number before they actually ship them out. So you know exactly when they are arriving at your door. 

post #3803 of 4774
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Originally Posted by ScreenKiller View Post

 

okey i am chinese i do speak cantonese but live in the netherlands.

where in the neighbourhood of mong kok can i get some relative cheap good iem cables and LOD cables?

maybe i am also in the market for a amp.

which ipod amp do you recommend pairing with the 1964v3's?

and is it also possible to bargain with these people? i know in most shop you can bargain which i am really good at :D

I don't think you can bargain with them, since they are proper shop / company , their prices are fixed.For the AMPs, It's hard to recommend for you, I don't know what you want for the amp. But I am using FiiO E7 as my USB DAC, so far so good, nothing special at all , but I can hear more details while I fit in with my SE535 Red Ltd.And there are couple shops near Mong Kok, you can try amps and custom made LODs there as well,let me know if you want more information. smile_phones.gif


Edited by mBcHc - 4/12/13 at 8:37pm
post #3804 of 4774

I lost my CM SE530 days ago and am desperately looking for another pair.

 

I found 1964 and sent an order form to them for a V6 last week. They replied a day later saying the form looks good and directed me to order through their Hong Kong local distributor.

 

I learned that the distributor charges me HK$6,888 (around US$883, all shipping included) while it’s US$650 without shipping on 1964’s site. That’s US$233 more, just for the shipping charges. No way.

 

In turn I requested order through 1964 directly. Not a single response from them then (checked the spam filter, and their first and only reply was not classified as spam).

 

Thanks 1964 so I keep digging information for CIEM.

 

I am going for the Hier Audio 4.A.

post #3805 of 4774
Singxsing

I'm surprised to hear of your experience with 1964.

I'm just about to mail them impressions, have gone through the process of telling them what I want so far as my customs are concerned, getting a quote & having mockups done, and have found them fantastic over the two weeks I've been dealing with them so far. They've answered my emails promptly & in detail, and Yana who does the graphics did a fantastic job on my mockup to ensure they're going to be exactly what I want.

I guess it's a case of YMMV.
post #3806 of 4774

Glad that you have a pleasant experience. Enjoy them when they arrive.
 

post #3807 of 4774

I would suggest using forwarding company like comgateway.com

:)

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Originally Posted by singxsing View Post

I lost my CM SE530 days ago and am desperately looking for another pair.

 

I found 1964 and sent an order form to them for a V6 last week. They replied a day later saying the form looks good and directed me to order through their Hong Kong local distributor.

 

I learned that the distributor charges me HK$6,888 (around US$883, all shipping included) while it’s US$650 without shipping on 1964’s site. That’s US$233 more, just for the shipping charges. No way.

 

In turn I requested order through 1964 directly. Not a single response from them then (checked the spam filter, and their first and only reply was not classified as spam).

 

Thanks 1964 so I keep digging information for CIEM.

 

I am going for the Hier Audio 4.A.

post #3808 of 4774

Good idea! Have to check if it's suitable for CIEM. Anyway good for other stuffs. Thanks.
 

post #3809 of 4774

Been rocking Dt1350's for a long time. Kinda wish I had some IEM's now, so I'm looking at getting the Quads (from what I hear they sound like the W4, but better?)

 

Anyone from the CA East Bay Area? I'm trying to find a place to get my impressions done. Don't want to drive out to SF.

post #3810 of 4774

Look at yelp!

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