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yeah i want to know too... there are limited to none reviews i see on YT
Some head-fier posted this in a AH-C300 thread
How is the cable on the AH-C300?
I'm looking for workout iems. All the ones I've tried have crapped out after a few months. It's always the cable.
These also look like they will stay on while working out. That was another big issue.
Check out my unboxing and semi-review (so far) of the JVC HA-FX1X's
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Ill be typing a full review maybe tomorrow!
I'd say so. Nope, the mids are clear and the bass is extended, has excellent texture, slam and is offered up in very high quantities. It's comparable to the Pro900(which to me is very impressive and is my benchmark for how low frequencies should sound).
As far as I can tell it is the same as the MEElectronics M6- microphonics are minimal.
ShooterMacG, from the AH-C300 thread has the C300 and the C400. The C300 are made with two 11.5 mm dynamic drivers. The C400 has two balanced armature drivers. From this anatomy data, it is obvious that their sound signature will be quite different. The C300 belong in the basshead club. The C400 don't.
"Are the Denon AH-C300's really all that good? Does the bass muddy up the mids and make eveything sound dark and muffled? How is the bass anyways?"
The AH-C300 do not have the bass and the mids competing for the same space as other bass heavy IEMs do. My thought for this achievement is that these are made with two drivers and the housing/enclosure is quite large. With the C300, you can get bass to sound huge with equalization and it may sound louder than the mid-range sounds such as vocals, but it will not muddy up the mid-range. That is the greatest virtue of the C300 for my ears and a must have for them to appreciate anything that belongs in the basshead club. The C300 comply with that demand. My ears find flaws on the C300, but mud in the middle frequencies isn't one of them. You can find more info on this matter in the C300 thread.