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post #31 of 36

Pure Bliss!

 

Ety HF'5's with an Iphone 4S and Headstage Arrow

 

 

post #32 of 36

Nice Curve!

 

Sounds smooth

 

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Originally Posted by oclafcire View Post

Thanks everyone for contributing. I tweaked my settings a bit. This sounds amazing with the sm3 v1. 45fd0fe8-7f3d-3144.jpg
post #33 of 36

Ok, I'll play. JVC HA-FX40 after 400+ hours of music:

 

 

Everything sounds much more realistic to my ears after this. It's really very satisfying and more fun after you give it MOAR midrange. LOL.

post #34 of 36
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Originally Posted by yuriv View Post

Ok, I'll play. JVC HA-FX40 after 400+ hours of music:

Everything sounds much more realistic to my ears after this. It's really very satisfying and more fun after you give it MOAR midrange. LOL.

Yep, 400+ hours those JVC FX40 really start shinning. Wait til you hit 800+ hours. cool.gif
post #35 of 36

What I meant is that I get good sound after Equalization, not after the 400+ hours of music. The HA-FX40 really didn't change much, if at all. They probably have over 800+ hours by now because I made that EQ setting a long time ago and I just leave them constantly hooked up to Internet radio on a computer. At least the FX40 is within Equalizer's adjustment range. If you think that's bad, see what I have for the JVC HA-FR201 headset:

 

 

Equalizer lets you cut only up to 14 dB, but the FR201 needs even more bass reduction than that, even after you account for the so-called "missing 6 dB" effect. I suppose you could run two filters at 20 Hz to cut more than 14 dB. To be fair, they're advertised as basshead 'phones. But it looks like they're really for midrange haters. LOL. As with the HA-FX40, the adjustment--which is rather extreme in this case--restores the realism of just about anything. They now sound great! 

post #36 of 36
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Originally Posted by yuriv View Post

What I meant is that I get good sound after Equalization, not after the 400+ hours of music. The HA-FX40 really didn't change much, if at all. They probably have over 800+ hours by now because I made that EQ setting a long time ago and I just leave them constantly hooked up to Internet radio on a computer. At least the FX40 is within Equalizer's adjustment range. If you think that's bad, see what I have for the JVC HA-FR201 headset:

 

 

Equalizer lets you cut only up to 14 dB, but the FR201 needs even more bass reduction than that, even after you account for the so-called "missing 6 dB" effect. I suppose you could run two filters at 20 Hz to cut more than 14 dB. To be fair, they're advertised as basshead 'phones. But it looks like they're really for midrange haters. LOL. As with the HA-FX40, the adjustment--which is rather extreme in this case--restores the realism of just about anything. They now sound great! 

 

 

i agree,  when i used my Fx40  i gave them more mids and less highs and they sounded great, for what they are. 

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