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post #391 of 586
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They run very well out of my J3, MUCH easier to drive than the original Dx150.  Not sure if these are an ex150 v2 or not, but they are definitely much easier to drive. 25/40 volume on my J3 is a normal listening level, 30+ is too loud.

post #392 of 586

Interesting.... I will sure keep my eye out for them. I wonder how much they will cost.

 

In the mean time, I ordered a pair of Sunrise AS-Charm. Should have them by end of this week and up date accordingly.

 

Also I sent my M2Cs back to Blox for repair. I will be interesting to see what happened to them.

 

 

 

post #393 of 586
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I just received Hisoundaudios Paa1 and I haven't put them down since I got them.  O.o

post #394 of 586

Really ? lol

 

Better than M2C ?

post #395 of 586
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Close call, but I am leaning towards yes.  More usage is needed to be sure.  It is definitely more fun to use, its more colored where as the Blox is closer to neutral with slight coloration.

post #396 of 586

Very interesting.....

 

How's the SS and Clarity.....

post #397 of 586
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Superior Staging, more dynamic, air and spacious but a small degree.  Brighter in the upper mids and highs like the Dunu but not as harsh, very nice low end, smooth and undistorted.  Still not as much as the MX880 or 980 but retains great clarity in the lows with some kick.  

 

All of Hisounds gear is aimed for listeners like me who enjoy large airy stages.  I am eager to hear Blox's new prototype, I was just speaking to Woo at Blox today as well as Jack at Hisound, definitely competition for each other.  ( The Paa1 and M2C ).  Both are better than the new Dunu.

 

post #398 of 586

Can you post some pics?  And are they on the market for sale yet?

post #399 of 586
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Hisound has a pro version of this that I've yet to hear as well as the Rocoo Studio.  This is the standard Paa1 in white next to the new Dunu.  They are listed on the website so I am assuming yes they are available.  Mine does not have the logo on the side, so im not 100% on the model, but its the same shape as the PAA1

 

http://www.hisoundaudio.com/products/

 

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Edited by swbf2cheater - 1/28/12 at 10:33pm
post #400 of 586
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Its better than the M2C, Paa1 added


Edited by swbf2cheater - 1/30/12 at 12:50am
post #401 of 586

On Ebay, you can buy the PAA-1 for $19 (excluding shipping), the PAA-1 Pro for $49 (excluding shipping), the Live for $99 (excluding shipping) and the Living for $149 (excluding shipping).

 

The PAA-1 looks like a real bargain!

post #402 of 586
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Indeed! They outperform the M2C and are not even the Pro version :P    I have not heard the Pro or the Living and right now I am speechless that they are only 19$, I will edit the thread to reflect the real price!  I honestly would have placed it at the same price as the pro at $50....but $19?  Thats nuts.

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So the PAA-1s are warm sounding?  So it's similar to the 328R but with better soundstaging?

post #405 of 586
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Its in the world of warm yes, but not overly so.  

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