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They cost like Phonak 232s. You know it wont be long before we get a compare.bigsmile_face.gif I suspect the Sony's will be cheaper, looking for more distribution while making their own drivers for easy assembly. Along with the Finals, W4, 535se and the MA's, there looks to be a new wave of contenders.


 

Sony's are cheaper, too bad that there are not too many specs,  the 4 driver XBA-4 model only cost 500 SGD(via Sony Singapore). Really wondering how does this compare with the other top-tier offerings now since it is pretty expensive for a 3 driver BA. That being said how much did your MDR-CD900STs cost? I would like to pick those up sometime.

post #17 of 212

Read the instruction carefully. the Comply Foam is T500 I think. And it's also fit with T/Tx400 


Edited by peacewalker - 12/17/11 at 2:28am
post #18 of 212

A great review! cheers!

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Any word on how the CK100Pro compares to the CKW1000ANV?

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Someone can compare these to the PFE232?

post #21 of 212

I want these so bad. CK100 with less forward upper mids sounds perfect

post #22 of 212

Haonan very nice review!! Keep up the good work. You actually have me considering the CK100pro..

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Indeed, I retired at the right time!
 

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Haha, what an understatement, this is probably more detailed and exhaustive than anything I've ever written. Great job, Haonan, very much appreciated! smile_phones.gif



 

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Wow - quite a review, and I only looked at the images !  ;)

 

Having written exactly one review for Head-Fi, I appreciate how much work must have gone into this - I swore that I would never put myself through that sort of pain again, but I salute you for your efforts.

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FR_CK100PRO.gif

 

Reminds me of the FX700 response, but not as v-shaped. Sonove also measured the impedance change, and they can really change a lot depending on source. The impedance change does seem to complement the response pretty well, so maybe adding impedance may be a good thing here. 


Edited by Inks - 1/31/12 at 9:35pm
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Hey Haonan, I hadn't been active for a while and only recently started posting a little.

 

Anyway, I've just come across your review - EXCELLENT job! Very thorough & informative.

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FR_CK100PRO.gif

 

Reminds me of the FX700 response, but not as v-shaped. Sonove also measured the impedance change, and they can really change a lot depending on source. The impedance change does seem to complement the response pretty well, so maybe adding impedance may be a good thing here. 


Hmm, didn't sound quite like the FX700 to me, but did sound like a ER4 with some bass boost. Maybe I gravitate naturally to that midrange/lower treble region when I listen to things...

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If I could write reviews like this... Awesome photos, by the way.

 

Could you go more into depth about the EX1000 vs. the ck100pro? Pretty please?


Edited by briskly - 3/14/12 at 10:23pm
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If I could write reviews like this. .Awesome photos, by the way.

 

Could you go more into depth about the EX1000 vs. the ck100pro? Pretty please?



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Very interested to see which one you think suits  more for  classical/soundtracks music. I have MDR EX800ST and want to upgrade to EX1000. Very nice review by the way!    Thanks

 

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Nice reviews on these, i wonder how ck100pro is compared with k3003s and fitear mh 334.

 

I tried ck100pro but its isolation is not as good as ck100 and also feels heavier.

 

looking for more impressions before deciding on which one to get. Also looking forward to jokers fitear 334.

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