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post #1186 of 1234

Yeah sadly no longer updated frown.gif

He still does IEMs reviews at his own website

Check them out below

http://www.inearmatters.net/2009/01/list_01.html

post #1187 of 1234
I hope "final update" doesn't mean ClieOS will cut down his involvement here at head-on.
post #1188 of 1234
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Originally Posted by jjmai View Post

I hope "final update" doesn't mean ClieOS will cut down his involvement here at head-on.

Yeah wonder what's gonna happen to the ones he was working on reviewing.
Edited by Lifted Andreas - 6/16/13 at 4:47am
post #1189 of 1234
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Lifted Andreas View Post


Yeah wonder what's gonna happen to the ones he was working on reviewing.

 

I still have a few reviews that I have promised to post in the forum, probably in the next month or two. However, none of the IEM review will be updated in this thread any more. Instead, they will be posted individually. After that I am home free - will still be here but purely a reader. My passion for earphone remains strong, and I'll keep the review continues in my own corner of the web.

post #1190 of 1234
You will be missed!
By reader do you mean lurker? blink.gif
post #1191 of 1234
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by vwinter View Post

You will be missed!
By reader do you mean lurker? blink.gif

 

I prefer the term 'ghost', for obvious reason :)

post #1192 of 1234

head-fi will be lonely without posts from ClieOS....

You should promote inearmatters.net more in your sig, if it's not against forum rule.

post #1193 of 1234

Best of luck ClieOS, you'll be missed here at head-fi.

I find your reviews and your list very insightful and always interesting.

 

On the other hand, your "corner of the web" has been bookmarked.

Cheers beerchug.gif

post #1194 of 1234
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I prefer the term 'ghost', for obvious reason smily_headphones1.gif

Haha, well played. And good luck! smile.gif
post #1195 of 1234

Thanks for your longstanding contributions. I hope to see you around head-fi still. Your advice was always thorough and generous cool.gif

post #1196 of 1234
Thread Starter 

Thanks.

 

I am making the basic ranking into a spreadsheet / database so I can update it easily, and you can find it at this Wiki entry, It is sync to the same list over at my blog so it will automatically update to the latest ranking even if I don't post/update review here any more.

post #1197 of 1234

own R-50 and x10 .

I think that R-50‘s treble is too sharp ,especially when hearing some lady's song ,there will be a lot of dental sound.

x10 is extremely comfortable and isolated.

post #1198 of 1234

Wow awesome reviews, Thanks ClieOS. Much appreciated!!!!

post #1199 of 1234

ClieOS, how is the isolation on the BA-200? I think this will be my first HiFi IEM to get. Upgrading from the Klipsch S4s (ok clarity and muddy bass).

 

There are the:

 

EPH-100 (fit looks uncomfortable with those tips)

RE-400 (overall good, looks a bit wide)

Klipsch X10 (bad build quality, comfortable)

TDK BA-200 (overall good, sounds like Westone UM series, dual BA)

Rock-it R50 (look horrible, dual drivers)

 

I think i'll get the BA-200 if the isolation is good, although what do you suggest?

post #1200 of 1234
Thread Starter 

BA-200's isolation is okay, not particularly good or bad but better than S4.. It should be fine unless you are are in a very noisy factory or gun range. BA200 is the best sounding out of those you have listed, which is also one of the best in its price range.

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