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post #1951 of 2014
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Originally Posted by Hesam View Post

guys what's the differences between ha-fxt90 and ha-fxt90l2?

I've had both. The only difference is color of the cable
post #1952 of 2014
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Originally Posted by JoeDoe View Post


I've had both. The only difference is color of the cable


so, in quality both are the same?

post #1953 of 2014
Yup
post #1954 of 2014

Might be selling my FXT-90's LTD Red soon. :(

 

The sound signature just doesn't suit my needs unfortunately.

post #1955 of 2014
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Originally Posted by yumcax View Post
 

How do these compare with other IEMs in the ~$100 range? I listen to a wide range of music including rock, electronic, and alternative. 

E.g. Yamaha EPH-100SL, Rock It R-50, Shure SE215, and others?

I have Yamaha EPH-100, Rockit R-50 and JVC FXT90. I have not heard Shure SE215.

 

Most detail: R-50>FXT90>EPH-100

Most bass: FXT90 or EPH-100

Smoothest: EPH-100. To my eras FXT90 can be more sibilant than R-50.

 

All 3 are excellent. FXT90 is the hardest to wear over-the ear. EPH-100 has least cable-noise when worn straight-down againt others worn straight-down. When worn over-the-ear cable-noise is similar for all three. R-50 is made to be worn over-the-ear.

FXT90 places bass more forward. R-50 places vocals most forward of these 3 and if I had to choose, my choice would be R-50.

EPH-100 has the most likeable sound signature to most people, I would say.

FXT90 has the most immediate wow-factor because of the agressive presentation.

post #1956 of 2014

*nevermind*


Edited by chocomel - 10/31/13 at 12:33pm
post #1957 of 2014
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Originally Posted by Cavalry88 View Post

How would this earphones compare with the Ultimate Ears UE700? I've enjoyed the clarity and separation from my UEs but they're currently having the headphone jack reterminated so I'm considering these.

i own the 700's and the 90's, and right now I'm enjoying the 90's more. My 700's have always been my go to for clarity and separation too, but since I've given these 90's about a week or more of heavy duty burn in, the sound has softened, cleaned and refined itself, and I'm hearing things in my music that I also heard with my 700's, only with far superior bass in the 90's. So you can't go wrong with the 90's after burn in. 

post #1958 of 2014
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Originally Posted by yumcax View Post
 

How do these compare with other IEMs in the ~$100 range? I listen to a wide range of music including rock, electronic, and alternative. 

E.g. Yamaha EPH-100SL, Rock It R-50, Shure SE215, and others?

i listen to rock and alternative and metal, and after a week of burn in, my 90's are superior to all my other IEM's in handling the intricacies of those genres. I even sold my Sony XBA-30's and TDK IE800's because neither was as capable with metal, rock, and alt than my 90's. 

post #1959 of 2014
Metal and electronic shines with EPH-100. wink.gif
post #1960 of 2014
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Originally Posted by Lifted Andreas View Post

Metal and electronic shines with EPH-100. wink.gif

+1. EPH-100's are a great metal and rock iem. So are the vsonic VSD1S and the AT EP1. Still waiting for my S2's and T-PEOS to arrive, but those two will most certainly be put to the metal test soon. 

post #1961 of 2014
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Originally Posted by IEMagnet01 View Post

+1. EPH-100's are a great metal and rock iem. So are the vsonic VSD1S and the AT EP1. Still waiting for my S2's and T-PEOS to arrive, but those two will most certainly be put to the metal test soon. 

 



You really need to try out some Zero Audio IEMs as well. wink.gif
post #1962 of 2014
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Originally Posted by Lifted Andreas View Post
 
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Originally Posted by IEMagnet01 View Post
 

+1. EPH-100's are a great metal and rock iem. So are the vsonic VSD1S and the AT EP1. Still waiting for my S2's and T-PEOS to arrive, but those two will most certainly be put to the metal test soon. 

 



You really need to try out some Zero Audio IEMs as well. wink.gif

I've been eyeballing these, due to your recommendation and sdeveral other strong reviews online. They sound like my kinda signature. 

post #1963 of 2014
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Originally Posted by IEMagnet01 View Post

I've been eyeballing these, due to your recommendation and sdeveral other strong reviews online. They sound like my kinda signature. 

 



Yeah you should man, epic for electonic music. I concluded that I prefer them to my old Yams EPH-100, btw there are new models out of both Tenore and Basso:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/665111/zero-audio-zh-dx200-carbo-tenore-zh-dx210-carbo-basso-carbon-aluminium-iem-information-appreciation-and-impressions-thread/945#post_10052519
post #1964 of 2014

They're actually quite different models, as they're single and dual BA.

post #1965 of 2014
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Originally Posted by quartertone View Post

They're actually quite different models, as they're single and dual BA.


 



I know that, I was merely referred to the looks.
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