^^ Guess you'll have to listen to find out :P
Hinge on my 3.Ai case got loose fairly fast, wouldn't recommend using it too often. You bought all of those in one go?!##!???!@
Oohh, model nations, that's pretty cool.
Review units. He was lucky enough to be one in the Heir test drive tour.
I was approached by the CEO, the Wizard due to a fantastic post on poetic Panda's in his Heir thread and asked if I would like to be on the tour.
Not just luck, skill
yep, I got all the Universal IEM's that they have to offer right now.
Both the 4ai and 3ai are slightly sibilant.
The 3ai has a more pronounced bass response while the 4ai is smoother
That is all I have right now
Good IEM's have good seperation to the point where the vision of soundstage is popping out.
I got a few aftermarket cables, pelican cases and all that, But the Rendition 1 is no where to be seen.
Thanks, but Mech is right. It's all tools and about 5 minutes of my time.
I only appear good because of 2 things: 1) I have a lot of practice, and 2) I know what I can and can't do. I don't try to do things I know can't do because it will show my true skill level. :P
But that's what makes Saya Saya!
And you know I'd do it too! It's fun to do that kind of stuff. (Wire things up I mean. Not the crawling around in the freezing cold and mud under a house that isn't even mine)
I'll try to remember that. I'll see if I can fix it up quickly once I get home.
Filters + knowing where to find custom brushes + a lot of practice with the polygonal selection tool = my skill level. lol
Yes, but I'm drawing a blank on how to do it at the moment. It's not labeled 'anti-aliasing' though... it's a special blur filter I think
It'd be better to take your full dose of insanity all at once rather than spread it out over a period of time. Like cold medicine, the effect is much more dramatic. lol
Yep, there you go. Take the W3s, suck the upper mids and give some bloom and emphasize on the lower mids, and there you go. Can't imagine them being as sibilant in comparison, especially with the massive shelf. But there is a tinge of funniness up there nevertheless.
These are my uber-fun, pretty IEMs. Or at least for now. W3s have clearer mids, but the fit was awful, so screw that noise. Both are impossibly bassy either way. It's a good contrast between the technical god that is the CK100PRO/ER4P combo, and the coziness of the W4/eQ-5s.
Sibilant compared to "baseline". My baseline is most IEM's.
But yeah, these 3ai are definately sibilant. I believe the 4ai were too but I spent 5 min on the 4ai and currently have 10 min on the 3ai.
Lol, impossibly bassy. For neutral heads that is. for a consumer reviewer like me. The bass on these are really good in quality but the quantity is hilarious compared to the stuff I generally review. That will not affect my overall review by the way. It is just what I happen to always review.
I haven't even touched the Tzar's yet.