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You really did max volume?

 

Imo, it depends on the player. I burn in using an older mp3 player at max volume, and yes it's loud, but not driver destroying loud. I probably wouldn't use max volume on my clip zip though.

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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post

 

Imo, it depends on the player. I burn in using an older mp3 player at max volume, and yes it's loud, but not driver destroying loud. I probably wouldn't use max volume on my clip zip though.


Yeah that plus amplifier clipping. I also recall the GR07 being bio-cellulose, not titanium.

post #5043 of 6310
KamijoIsMyHero : yep, I've tried. Currently rocking the stock tips. The smaller tips do sounds less bassy, but also not quite comfy and doesn't isolate well :c

This is my first "pricey" iem. And because of this iem, I feel like I'll fall to a deeper hole biggrin.gif
post #5044 of 6310
Max volume on a cowon j3 with all frequency on 12db, max bass,bbe+ on 10db on volume 40 which is full everthing and yes they are biocellulose which is as strong as titanium diaphram driver but much better natural sound response. smily_headphones1.gif .trust me guy you really won't destroy them. I use the j3 as a burn in device because I don't like its sound quality, my hisoundaudio studio anv 3rd sound much superior in comparision and also my sony s,z walkman player.
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Originally Posted by mochill View Post

Max volume on a cowon j3 with all frequency on 12db, max bass,bbe+ on 10db on volume 40 which is full everthing and yes they are biocellulose which is as strong as titanium diaphram driver but much better natural sound response. smily_headphones1.gif .trust me guy you really won't destroy them. I use the j3 as a burn in device because I don't like its sound quality, my hisoundaudio studio anv 3rd sound much superior in comparision and also my sony s,z walkman player.

Its good to clarify 'Max Volume' was on your J3 as just saying in general Max Volume could be a mistake for people using desktop amps or even portable amps like the BH (I think if you burned them in on max volume with the BH on out1 and gain on high - you would create a couple of useless earrings)

post #5046 of 6310
Blow them to smithereens.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 4/3/13 at 7:56am
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H2O give me more music I need them NOW!!!!! biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by mochill View Post

H2O give me more music I need them NOW!!!!! biggrin.gif


LoL... :D

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H2O give me more music I need them NOW!!!!! biggrin.gif

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post #5050 of 6310

Just purchased a pair of GR07, can't wait to get them going with my RSA.

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Originally Posted by mochill View Post

Sony hybrids will reduce treble, the updrade for mkii is the gr07 bass edition.


The Bass Edition is absolutely NOT an upgrade. It's more bass, and nothing else. If anything, it's farther away from "high-fi" because it's less accurate. 

By the way, Tyll has measurements up for the GR07 and GR07 BE on Innerfidelity if everyone doesn't already know. They measure as well as they sound, and exactly as they sound. 


Edited by Alondite - 4/14/13 at 10:27pm
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Hello.

Today, after more than a year of using my GR07 (first revision), a problem happened. The right channel became much quieter than the left channel. At first I checked the most common causes - cleaned the connector, and tried another source. The problem remains. 

Then I thought maybe there is a weak connection somewhere along the cable, so while listening to music I started moving the cable at the common weak points - the connector, then the point where the cable splits, and finally the point where the cable connects to the earpiece itself. But nothing helped, so I think this is not bad contact. 

I should mention that I cleaned the earphones some time before the problem happened. But I just used a small brush to clean the grill that protects the element - I didn't disassemble it.

I appreciate your help, Thanks.


Edited by ben23 - 4/15/13 at 7:55am
post #5053 of 6310
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Originally Posted by ben23 View Post

Hello.

Today, after more than a year of using my GR07 (first revision), a problem happened. The right channel became much quieter than the left channel. At first I checked the most common causes - cleaned the connector, and tried another source. The problem remains. 

Then I thought maybe there is a weak connection somewhere along the cable, so while listening to music I started moving the cable at the common weak points - the connector, then the point where the cable splits, and finally the point where the cable connects to the earpiece itself. But nothing helped, so I think this is not bad contact. 

I should mention that I cleaned the earphones some time before the problem happened. But I just used a small brush to clean the grill that protects the element - I didn't disassemble it.

I appreciate your help, Thanks.

 

When this happened to me, a THOROUGH cleaning cured it (my initial cleaning missed some debris), but if you cleaned it down to the grill, looks like that's not it.

post #5054 of 6310
;If you didn't burn in your gr07 bass edition or any other gr07 with the right music then you surely wouldn't understand how they truely are an audiophile sound quailty.
post #5055 of 6310
If you do have the bass edition then you will know how beautiful they sound with the right way of burning in only and I repeat only using fast heavy bass track on max volume using your portable source smily_headphones1.gif cheers
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