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post #76 of 86
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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post

I'll recommend E17 instead of E11. It has better synergy as far as sound signature is concerned and you get a very useful EQ to tune the RE262 to your liking.



Thank you so much.  Amazing review of the Alpen from you as expected btw.

 

 

 

post #77 of 86

ClieOS, I just wanted to say thank you for your very helpful review. I purchased it and amp it with the Fiio E6 (also your recommendation earlier in this thread). I love what I'm hearing. :)

 

J

post #78 of 86
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post #79 of 86

Thank you ClieOS, purchased this because of your review.

 

 

 

 

I'm looking for an amp that arround $200.

 

Is it Fiio E17 is all that I needs or there is other better option? 

post #80 of 86
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I'm looking for an amp that arround $200.

 

Is it Fiio E17 is all that I needs or there is other better option? 

 

There are better sounding amp under $200, but it all depends what features you need.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/620775/the-sub-200-portable-amps-shootout-11-10-amps-compared

post #81 of 86
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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post

 

There are better sounding amp under $200, but it all depends what features you need.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/620775/the-sub-200-portable-amps-shootout-11-10-amps-compared

 

Thank you, will go look for it.

post #82 of 86
Do I still need an amp if I played in with iPad mini?
post #83 of 86
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Do I still need an amp if I played in with iPad mini?

 

If you believe you can get enough volume out of iPad Mini, then you don't need to worry about getting an amp.

post #84 of 86

Hi.

 

Do you know if it would be possible to adapt a Westone UM56 Universal-fit Custom eartip to the RE262?

 

http://www.westone.com/music/index.php/products/custom-fit/um56.html

 

I love the RE262, but sometimes I need more isolation. I don't want to spend money on expensive Custom IEM or to replace the RE262

 

 

 

BTW: I bought my RE262 thanks to this review. Thank You ClieOS!!! :smile:

post #85 of 86
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UM56 is really for narrow nozzle such as those on Westone or Shure IEM. The nozzle on RE262 will be too big to fit.

post #86 of 86

Clieos , is it ok if i rate my 262 pair buy-wise 5.75/5 , since i got it for only 50$ ?

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