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If anyone is interested, my EX1000s are up for sale.



So what do you think of the K3003? Is it superior to your Custom? Would be funny if a Universal outclassed all customs lol rolleyes.gif

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So what do you think of the K3003? Is it superior to your Custom? Would be funny if a Universal outclassed all customs lol rolleyes.gif


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Would be funny if a Universal outclassed all customs lol rolleyes.gif


As far as I know only Averagejoe would be remotely qualified w/ his plethora of customs experience.  Making universal statements like that is inherently fallacious regardless.  The FAD SS with one armature best many customs, many customs best a ton of universals.  So what.  I do believe the AKG costs 50% more than my ES5 and 3x's more than what I paid for my UERM.  

 

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As far as I know only Averagejoe would be remotely qualified w/ his plethora of customs experience.  Making universal statements like that is inherently fallacious regardless.  The FAD SS with one armature best many customs, many customs best a ton of universals.  So what.  I do believe the AKG costs 50% more than my ES5 and 3x's more than what I paid for my UERM.  

 



Well Anaxilus if this AKG truly did outclass most customs if not all, it would surely be a major threat to these custom companies as a whole. Not sure why you are taking such offense to this comment. Its like you feel threatened by it. Not a big deal at all. But I would like to know if this IEM is truly worth its price tag and if it does best many if at all "any" expensive Custom flagships out there. Then again how much would it best them by?

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my ex1000's taking too long now.. could it be because i ordered at the last week of December ..

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my ex1000's taking too long now.. could it be because i ordered at the last week of December ..



Do you have tracking on it? It took a while for my former pair to reach India to its new owner...

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Do you have tracking on it? It took a while for my former pair to reach India to its new owner...



no i don't have.. we ordered thru the Johnny Air Cargo and they brought the time for us in the US.. it'll be 2 weeks on friday

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Have you called/'emailed' them? :P

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i just txt the lady that took care of it.. all i get is "it hasn't arrived yet, i'll txt you when the package has arrived"

 

 

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2weeks is awfully long already. I usually get mine in 1week. From NJ.

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Well Anaxilus if this AKG truly did outclass most customs if not all, it would surely be a major threat to these custom companies as a whole. Not sure why you are taking such offense to this comment. Its like you feel threatened by it. Not a big deal at all. But I would like to know if this IEM is truly worth its price tag and if it does best many if at all "any" expensive Custom flagships out there. Then again how much would it best them by?


I only take offense to wild logically flawed statements that lead to OT trolling.  I also know where that discussion leads to, many now locked threads.  I also don't see the relevance as even if the 3003 did sound better than ALL customs (which is completely unverifiable even if anyone actually did hear them ALL) they cost 30-40% more than what most ToTL customs do so I don't think customs have anything to worry about.

 

I'm tired of people trying to force apples and oranges comparisons as I see it.  One is designed to custom fit your ear canal, the other isn't.  It's like someone saying a Ford Raptor SVT truck is faster than most sports cars so buying a Ferrari is stupid and they will lose business.  What??  blink.gif

 

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Note to self, don't ever log on to Head-Fi when in a foul mood. wink.gif

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At the end they both produce music, and I am curious to see the sound compared to custom IEMs (especially at such a high price tag). I know they are completely different segments of IEMs but the are still IEMs regardless. I would sure hope they could at least compare in sound being as expensive as they are.

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I only take offense to wild logically flawed statements that lead to OT trolling.  I also know where that discussion leads to, many now locked threads.  I also don't see the relevance as even if the 3003 did sound better than ALL customs (which is completely unverifiable even if anyone actually did hear them ALL) they cost 30-40% more than what most ToTL customs do so I don't think customs have anything to worry about.

 

I'm tired of people trying to force apples and oranges comparisons as I see it.  One is designed to custom fit your ear canal, the other isn't.  It's like someone saying a Ford Raptor SVT truck is faster than most sports cars so buying a Ferrari is stupid and they will lose business.  What??  blink.gif

 



 

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Note to self, don't ever log on to Head-Fi when in a foul mood. wink.gif



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