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Originally Posted by ericlaw02 View Post
 

Received a bag today from the courier that contains a cardboard box which in turn, carries two more small boxes, an apology letter and a set of receipts, and two pages of newspaper as stuffing.
Here's what inside the box:
 

 



Some quick impressions:
I personally hate earphones that are full of bass (hated the FXT90, IE8, Atrio M8 with a passion), and basically was having buyer's remorse (especially with the delays of the product) after ordering this "bass version". But surprisingly, the earphones weren't bass-bloated, and were tolerable. (for reference, within the IEMs that I've heard before, the bassiest ones that I could tolerate were the SE215 and EPH100, so I reckon the bass of these should be equal or less to the bass of the SE215 and EPH100, but it's been months since I heard those, so not sure)

Having only heard these for around 30 minutes, so no conclusions yet, but IMO the soundstage seems smaller than the vanilla GR07, but I'm not exactly sure, since I don't own the vanilla GR07, and only heard it once several months ago at Jaben.

I did find the candy cane-esque cable (copper+silver multi-strand cable?) a bit awkward looking aesthetically, and the typo "cooper" (copper) on the box a bit annoying, but perhaps that's just me nitpicking.

are the gr07 have more bass than the se215? Or it is just nice? And which one do you think is better?

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Are the gr07 have more bass than the se215? Or it is just nice? And which one do you think is better?

post #5688 of 6465

After parting with my BE a few months back, I've recently acquired an MKII to try out more extensively...so, it's good to be back :p

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I also recently received a new pair of BE after the first ones broke after 2-3 months. It happens...

Man....I love the sound of these IEMs. I left them for burn-in currently. The details and the clarity of the mids are impressive!

post #5690 of 6465

Tell me us something we don't know :p

post #5691 of 6465
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Originally Posted by modulor View Post
 

After parting with my BE a few months back, I've recently acquired an MKII to try out more extensively...so, it's good to be back :p

which did you prefer? 

 

any impressions coming up?

post #5692 of 6465
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Originally Posted by modulor View Post
 

After parting with my BE a few months back, I've recently acquired an MKII to try out more extensively...so, it's good to be back :p

 

Welcome back. :D Sorry to have relieved you of such a fine hp. 

post #5693 of 6465
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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post
 

 

Welcome back. :D Sorry to have relieved you of such a fine hp. 

Thanks!  ...at least they're in good hands :cool:

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I have a faulty left driver on my GR07MKI anybody got a replacement I could buy cheap?

post #5695 of 6465

I would post a wanted ad. That's your best shot I would think. 

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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post
 

I would post a wanted ad. That's your best shot I would think. 

I bought a faulty set before and the guy said left side had cable issues so I thought of recabling them myself when I received it and recabled it, right side is fine but left side is still incredibly soft. Faulty driver or do you think it's my solder work? I've recabled a few MS1i's and T50RP's so im quite confident that I didn't burn the driver out so would it be my ego or my driver really is faulty?

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If you have experience soldering, it sounds like it may be the driver itself...still depends though.  They are small encased drivers so I imagine if you hold the iron on too long it may heat up the driver casing too much and cause internal damage to the coil or diaphragm.  You've gotta be quick with the iron on smaller drivers.  Did you get any sound out of the driver before you tried re-wiring?  Also another thought - the +/- wires could be switched on that driver?


Edited by modulor - 10/21/13 at 9:17am
post #5698 of 6465
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Originally Posted by modulor View Post
 

If you have experience soldering, it sounds like it may be the driver itself...still depends though.  They are small encased drivers so I imagine if you hold the iron on too long it may heat up the driver casing too much and cause internal damage to the coil or diaphragm.  You've gotta be quick with the iron on smaller drivers.  Did you get any sound out of the driver before you tried re-wiring?  Also another thought - the +/- wires could be switched on that driver?

i was pretty sure i wired it right but I'll give it a go nothing to lose anyways hahaha will update on progress

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Found this on ebay, does anyone know about this GR07 Gold edition (shouldn't it be silver lol)? Is it an early version of the GR07?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/VSONIC-GR07-R07-Gold-Flagship-Version-Inner-Ear-Earphones-/380368347863?pt=US_Headphones&hash=item588fb862d7

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Originally Posted by z7nz View Post
 

Found this on ebay, does anyone know about this GR07 Gold edition (shouldn't it be silver lol)? Is it an early version of the GR07?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/VSONIC-GR07-R07-Gold-Flagship-Version-Inner-Ear-Earphones-/380368347863?pt=US_Headphones&hash=item588fb862d7

no cable cinch?!!! why?!!! they look silver to me haha or is there something my screen is not picking up? maybe their photos are bad

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