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Is the V6 considered mid-fi?

 

v6 -> $650

 

compared to 

 

-> http://ultimateears.logitech.com/en-us/home/ue-personal-reference-monitors

Cha-Ching!

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Soundstage and instrument placement is really impressive
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Soundstage and instrument placement is really impressive

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Cha-Ching!

So would LCD2s count as mid-fi as well?
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So would LCD2s count as mid-fi as well?

 

http://audeze.com/audeze-lcd3

 

?

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Cha-Ching!

So would LCD2s count as mid-fi as well?

Price seems not to be the only issue. LCD-2's are considered entry Summit-Fi. Performance is also part of what puts a product into those levels.

post #577 of 907
I finally got mine a couple of days ago and i am very pleased. I was worried about the potetial lack of bass but the V6 does not disappoint when recordings call upon the low drivers. The V6 offers a very clean and tight bass response. I've also been very impressed with the soundstage, it is very distinct. I can especially notice it as I listen to live albums.

They also excel as monitors for live performances. The clarity of seperation between instruments and vocalist was really impressive. I'm not sure how I've been playing drums for so long without ciems.

This is my first venture into ciem. I never knew it would be so much fun. I'll be sure to post extended impressions after I've spent more time with them.
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I finally got mine a couple of days ago and i am very pleased. I was worried about the potetial lack of bass but the V6 does not disappoint when recordings call upon the low drivers. The V6 offers a very clean and tight bass response. I've also been very impressed with the soundstage, it is very distinct. I can especially notice it as I listen to live albums.

They also excel as monitors for live performances. The clarity of seperation between instruments and vocalist was really impressive. I'm not sure how I've been playing drums for so long without ciems.

This is my first venture into ciem. I never knew it would be so much fun. I'll be sure to post extended impressions after I've spent more time with them.

beerchug.gif Congratulations. They are exciting indeed. Happy listening!

post #579 of 907
Hey all! I ordered my custom v6 today and shelled out for rush shipment. I am wondering if anyone knows where I can get a balanced cable to swap out with the stock cable? I appreciate any input.
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Hey all! I ordered my custom v6 today and shelled out for rush shipment. I am wondering if anyone knows where I can get a balanced cable to swap out with the stock cable? I appreciate any input.

I'll PM you some, we should keep this about 1964 Ears.

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I am confusing.Which one better.1964 or fs mg5 or jh13.i loke pop a little classical.someone help me?

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I am confusing.Which one better.1964 or fs mg5 or jh13.i loke pop a little classical.someone help me?

There's no "better" in this hobby. One man's better is not so good for another. Also you might want to be a bit more specific with your questions. 1964? Which one? 

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Soundstage and instrument placement is really impressive

 

anoxy: I think you've owned the Dream Earz aud-6x too right? Would you say that the V6 has been better for you? They're both in my price range and seem to have similar sound signatures (balanced, maybe a slight mid emphasis). I'm looking at a first custom to replace my Heir 4.Ai which I love, but sometimes the fit is a bit odd. It also seems that the V6 has a bit better quality control and workmanship. Would you mind doing a quick comparison?

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I have a question.... Has anyone seen multiple pairs of 1964ears? What's the coolest color you've seen?
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Personally I like the translucent wine red, light green and green color schemes. The aluminum face plate is very appealing as well. So I asked for those features in my V6 order that I just sent out.

 

Lots of wonderful designs can be seen on the 1964 Ears facebook photo album.

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