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post #1096 of 1231

is this test is correct?

 

an egy teszt ami szerint az Sony MH1C jobb mint a Fischer Audio DBA-02,Shure SE215,

 

 

The Sony MH1C is better than Fischer Audio DBA-02 and the Shure SE215?

post #1097 of 1231
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Originally Posted by astron View Post

is this test is correct?

 

an egy teszt ami szerint az Sony MH1C jobb mint a Fischer Audio DBA-02,Shure SE215,

 

 

The Sony MH1C is better than Fischer Audio DBA-02 and the Shure SE215?

 

I have no idea what you are asking about, what test?

post #1098 of 1231

ClieOS, 

what are the Astrotec AM-800 and DX-60 like? 

post #1099 of 1231
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Originally Posted by Zelda View Post

ClieOS, 

what are the Astrotec AM-800 and DX-60 like? 

 

AM-800 is warm and lush, everything you would expect from an IEM with wooden housing IEM. It is better than AM-90, but not by a lot and still belongs to more or less the same mid-fi category. DX-60 also has a warm and smooth sound that is a bit laid back and pretty much on entry level.

post #1100 of 1231
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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post

 

AM-800 is warm and lush, everything you would expect from an IEM with wooden housing IEM. It is better than AM-90, but not by a lot and still belongs to more or less the same mid-fi category. DX-60 also has a warm and smooth sound that is a bit laid back and pretty much on entry level.

thank you!

 

is the dx60 comparable to the GR99 and similars?

post #1101 of 1231
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thank you!

 

is the dx60 comparable to the GR99 and similars?

 

GR99 is better overall.

post #1102 of 1231

ClieOS, I saw an entry at your blog about the new VSONIC VC1000, with a picture. Does that mean you'll be reviewing them soon? smile.gif

post #1103 of 1231
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Originally Posted by putente View Post

ClieOS, I saw an entry at your blog about the new VSONIC VC1000, with a picture. Does that mean you'll be reviewing them soon? smile.gif

 

For now, no. I need to review that few VSONIC I have at hand first (GR07 Bass / MK2, VC02, and UU2). My hands are already tied up as they are.

post #1104 of 1231

hei clieos whats the difference between GR07 and GR07 mk. 2? 

 

and what iem you recommend to listening blues, electronic, alternative rock for 150 bucks price range?

 

thanks

 

 

i'm not a basshead btw

post #1105 of 1231

I think the difference is in the cable: silver wires give it more treble presence

post #1106 of 1231
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Originally Posted by needbassndetail View Post

hei clieos whats the difference between GR07 and GR07 mk. 2? 

 

and what iem you recommend to listening blues, electronic, alternative rock for 150 bucks price range?

 

thanks

 

 

i'm not a basshead btw

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by jarrett View Post

I think the difference is in the cable: silver wires give it more treble presence

 

One side of my GR07 has burnt out, but I can still compare the two by listen to them side by side in each ears. It really isn't just having more / less treble. The MK2 sounds much more forwarded than the original GR07, especially on the mid. It is definitely a warmer tone compared to the more neutral and laid back GR07 and not nearly as specious. I don't think of MK2 as an improvement over GR07, but it is not a downgrade either. Technically wise, they two are comparable. But personally I prefer the original GR07 a little more because of its neutrality and soundstage. Those who prefer a sweeter vocal might find MK2 better though.

post #1107 of 1231
Thanks for the answer smily_headphones1.gif
post #1108 of 1231

If you had to compare the RE400, GR01 and the MH1C in terms of soundstage, sibilance, bass, and fullness, which one would take the cake in each of these catagories?

post #1109 of 1231
Thread Starter 

Soundstage: GR01 > MH1C > RE400 (GR01 is noticeably wider)

Sibilance: GR01 > RE400 = MH1C (none has any real sibilance issue)

Bass: MH1C > RE400 >= GR01 (the later two are closer to neutral)

Fullness: MH1C >= RE400 > GR01 (none is thin in anyway)

post #1110 of 1231

What is the best IEM's for Sansa Fuze+

Rock It Sounds R-50

HifiMan RE400

JVC HA-FXT90

above 99$

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below 99$

VSONIC GR06

VSONIC VC02

VSONIC GR99

SoundMAGIC E30

VSONIC GR02 Bass Edition

Astrotec AM90

TDK EB950

Brainwavz R1

Sunrise Xcape Impressive Edition????

 

Or what else do you recommend for this player ???


Edited by androsss - 4/2/13 at 3:37am
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