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Now that RE0 is sold out.

Is it wise to buy the IE in place or RE0?


If the RE0 is sold out that doesn't really leave much of choice between those two... The IE is tuned differently from the RE0 so while it may be just as good technically, it's still an apples and oranges comparison. 

post #257 of 262

It will be more obvious to compare the Xcited with the RE-0, no ?
 

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It will be more obvious to compare the Xcited with the RE-0, no ?
 


That would make more sense but then the Xcited isn't quite as good as the RE0.

post #259 of 262
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The Xcape IE has ample bass but not excessive in my opinion. Should work well for you! 

 

Dear Joker

 

I was use Xcape and i love that. But now its broken. If i buy new one 99$ in amazon and its much to me.

So what think about "DUNU DN-23" ? And pls say other options onder 99$.

PS: im not bass head. Thank you.

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Dear Joker

 

I was use Xcape and i love that. But now its broken. If i buy new one 99$ in amazon and its much to me.

So what think about "DUNU DN-23" ? And pls say other options onder 99$.

PS: im not bass head. Thank you.

 

DN-23 is warm and smooth but it won't really have the clarity you're used to with the Xcape

 

Full review here: http://theheadphonelist.com/headphone_review/dunu-dn-23-landmine/

 

Something like a Shure SE215, SteelSeries Flux In-Ear, or Sony MH1C will get you closer to Xcape performance level and sound signature, and if you want to switch things up you have even more good options, like the VSonic VSD3S and Havi B3 ProI.

post #261 of 262
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DN-23 is warm and smooth but it won't really have the clarity you're used to with the Xcape

 

Full review here: http://theheadphonelist.com/headphone_review/dunu-dn-23-landmine/

 

Something like a Shure SE215, SteelSeries Flux In-Ear, or Sony MH1C will get you closer to Xcape performance level and sound signature, and if you want to switch things up you have even more good options, like the VSonic VSD3S and Havi B3 ProI.

 

Thank you very much to answer.

But i have last question Joker. Usually i listen trance,vocal trance and prograssive sounds. I have a sansa fuze dap. Shure,mh1c or vxonic they can give a enough bass? Thank u very much.

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Thank you very much to answer.

But i have last question Joker. Usually i listen trance,vocal trance and prograssive sounds. I have a sansa fuze dap. Shure,mh1c or vxonic they can give a enough bass? Thank u very much.

 

If you were satisfied with the bass of the Xcape they should all be fine except maybe the Havi. The MH1C and SE215 have more bass than the Flux and VSonics, if you're worried about that.

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