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a few of you guys may want to do a bit of research on the topic of impedance.
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gonna pull the trigger for the miracle soon.

anyone who listen to female vocal how does the miracle perform?

i listen to alot of female vocal so i wanted to know if the miracle would suit me or not.

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I haven't got mine yet, but mimouille says that the mids are a bit recessed.
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damn, i didnt know the mids would be recessed on the miracles, i thought they really shine with vocal songs and classical music,

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damn, i didnt know the mids would be recessed on the miracles, i thought they really shine with vocal songs and classical music,


Maybe I said recessed, but it is a bit exagerated. They are very accurate in my opinion, but they sound less forward and thinner than iems like the 334. And they do really shine for instance in folk vocals, because you have huge space and airiness and mids floating in the middle.

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damn, i didnt know the mids would be recessed on the miracles, i thought they really shine with vocal songs and classical music,

 

I don't hear any recessed mids on the Miracle. The sound signature is pretty balanced and they do really well with vocal and classical.  Actually that's the first time I've ever heard anyone say that the Miracles have recessed mids before. *shrug*.

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I don't hear any recessed mids on the Miracle. The sound signature is pretty balanced and they do really well with vocal and classical.  Actually that's the first time I've ever heard anyone say that the Miracles have recessed mids before. *shrug*.


It depends what people mean by recessed. Miracles are slightly U shaped, so bass and highs are SLIGHTLY forward compared to mids.

post #1448 of 2812

I'd agree, not recessed, but also not forward like some of the very popular high-end IEMs out there (e.g. Shure SE535 LE).

 

To me, the vocals still come through the rest of the music, but are not pushed through - no sweetening or emphasis, just presence and clarity

post #1449 of 2812

The Miracles are very balanced and IMO represent the entire frequency range clearly and with oomph (technical term:) with a decent source.


Edited by Saraguie - 4/17/13 at 11:49pm
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The vocals are not laid-back or recessed. I think it is just right.

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Originally Posted by lightningfarron View Post

gonna pull the trigger for the miracle soon.

anyone who listen to female vocal how does the miracle perform?

i listen to alot of female vocal so i wanted to know if the miracle would suit me or not.

There is no bias between male and female vocals. It is great on both characters.

post #1452 of 2812

Fitear 334 makes anything else sound thinner on their vocals


Edited by Alias Gu - 4/18/13 at 6:04am
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It won't work because the sockets are different. 

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Hi guys, anyone ordered from UM global? Sent my ear impressions to UM lab directly last week. Hopefully I'll have my miracle by mid may.


Edited by rvd89 - 4/18/13 at 8:45pm
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I bought him some wire to made some cables for me and some mates and is a very good quality wire, IMO as good as Jena Labs but not so expensive.

 

If you talk to him he could make you a cable with Westone plugs for sure ;)

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