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post #1906 of 2044

Oh well I guess I will use my FX40 as Dance/EDM IEM then

post #1907 of 2044
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Originally Posted by FrequencyBlue View Post

Oh well I guess I will use my FX40 as Dance/EDM IEM then

Or you could get some Zero Audio Carbo Basso or Yamaha EPH100. wink.gif
post #1908 of 2044
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Or you could get some Zero Audio Carbo Basso or Yamaha EPH100. wink.gif

Would deffo grab the Yamaha if I could afford it!

post #1909 of 2044
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Would deffo grab the Yamaha if I could afford it!

Lol dude, I'm skint most of the time and I still bought the EPH100. They are just that good.

Just save up. wink.gif
post #1910 of 2044
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Lol dude, I'm skint most of the time and I still bought the EPH100. They are just that good.

Just save up. wink.gif

Im saving for my own flat atm which I find more important :P

lol

post #1911 of 2044
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Or you could get some Zero Audio Carbo Basso or Yamaha EPH100. wink.gif

If you sell your EPH100 for a considerably cheap price, I might grab it lol

post #1912 of 2044
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Im saving for my own flat atm which I find more important :P

lol

 

Ah fair enough.

 

 

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If you sell your EPH100 for a considerably cheap price, I might grab it lol

 

Hahah, I'm really thinking about keeping them now been listening to them again and realised that they are fantastic IEMs (all over again) lol

post #1913 of 2044

I just got my fxt90 delivered from Japan. The shipping is so fast with EMS and USPS. Initial impression out of the box is amazing, fit is great (the stock tip fit nicely no need to change, but I changed it to dual flange anyway), I got driver flex on the right side, but no changing in sound quality. The sound is engaging, aggressive, punchy, in your face kind of soundstage.

Treble is sparkly especially cymbals, can get a little bit piercing with cymbal heavy song, but no sibilance so far.

Mid is forward, much much more forward than FX40, sound more solid than FX40 mid which can be a bit thin sound.

Bass is tight and punchy, bass extend quite nicely, the bass is strong, but doesn't interfere with other freq which is nice. Compared with my Westone 4R, I like the bass on FXT90 better.

I can't believe this great sounding IEM at considerably low price. I am very very impressed with what JVC has put into their IEMs, cheap good sounding IEMs. I can't wait for my FXZ100 to be delivered and hear how awesome it will sound compare to FXT90 and Westone 4R.

post #1914 of 2044

Oh also I notice something quite amazing with the cable. I wear the FXT90 straight down which most of the time can get microphonic with the cable, but I don't find it with the FXT90. This thing sounds amazing.

Try these songs:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7Gx6CBnWhc

 

and 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NmKp5A8i3M

post #1915 of 2044
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Hahah, I'm really thinking about keeping them now been listening to them again and realised that they are fantastic IEMs (all over again) lol

Same thing happened to me, I closed the ad haha...

post #1916 of 2044

so i burnt them in for the last 4 days and they are the best things i have ever heard (again) :)


Edited by Nyanman - 7/2/13 at 6:41pm
post #1917 of 2044

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Edited by Nyanman - 7/2/13 at 6:40pm
post #1918 of 2044
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Same thing happened to me, I closed the ad haha...

Almost happens to me if I have not come across this and the Discovery thread that says to beat the hell out of the carbon nano tubes. I thought I did the burn in for a hundred hours with my playlist set on repeat and was way off the mark. This nano tube does really needs some aggressive tracks with at a moderately high volume to loosen them up.

They are great sounding and have a big fun factor to it's signature. So to anyone who haven't gone thru this process, please do it. Enjoy.
post #1919 of 2044
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Originally Posted by Nyanman View Post

point is, this is end game for my iem search

No way, The Sm3 v2 are the same thing as the FXT-90s but on steroids lol

post #1920 of 2044

Been using these for a while, at first I thought the left channel sounds smaller because of the left earpiece being problematic, but now I think I might have unbalanced hearing :(

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