**Please note: The Turbine Pro Copper In-Ear Speakers were designed for critical listening for Serious Audiophiles and Audio Professionals. Specifically, they have been tuned for those who are looking for an in-ear monitor that will reproduce their source music as honestly and accurately as possible. This product will tell the audio story exactly as it is... accurate recordings will sound amazing and lifelike, while poor quality recordings will retain the same low-end quality. Before you apply, please keep this information in mind!
I would (really) love to test these Turbine pro coppers in my studio setup, i want to find out if these MTPC are good enough to produce the music i make and give me a "honest" sound like my Yamaha studio monitors and too a level my studio headphones does? like its claimed these should(or did i miss something?)
I currently use the sennheiser Hd 25-II and the Sony MDR-7509HD and AKG 240S and even the sennheiser IE8 and somethimes the Hifiman Re-0 with a Focusrite Safifire pro 24 DSP wich have a revolutionary (for me) feature called VRM (Virtual reference monitoring)
You can read about it here: http://www.focusrite.com/products/saffire/saffire_pro_24_dsp/vrm/
I would love to test the MTPC too compose my music and compare the results too these other studio headphones and iem i use.
The MTPC is going to be used with the Focusrite and find out how these in ear monitors adopt to the VRM function with it turned on and the vrm function turned off and how my mix comes out when i use these In ear monitors.
I also tend to use the Hd-800 and the Beyer T1 through another amp with the Focusrite as a source through a Texas instruments firewire connetion to check the final result too find out if the mix sounds "right".
I also use my Sony X1050, and would also love to listen to the Sony with these MTPC and find out how my dap drives them and most important of all how they sound on a portable setup and compare it to my other iem i have.
The most important factor for me here is to find out if these can be called "honest" In ear monitors. (like its claimed, like i write above that maybe i misunderstood it)
And my playlist often have some from Hip hop some electronica and even some mainstream music and soo on....
Best regards: Waqar
Edited by Waqar - 4/6/11 at 7:29am