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ok thanks for that mate.i think ill save up for the xe90 .and forget x3x for now but 20 pound shipped to uk is temptin hope they aint fake crap. ,i want em both tbh
Edited by live1 - 10/9/12 at 3:05pm
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Aha ya so I might have to revise my review a bit. Lol. I will wait till I get at least another 50 hours of burn in. Lets just say all JVC earphones benefit from burn in and these are no exception. Expect a revision on the FX31 impression..

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Oh yea I thought it was a typo when I got on Futureshop web site. I lucked out as my buddy who lives in Vancouver ended up snagging the last pair they had near his house. I also lucked out just now as I just got the last pair of UE6000 at the U.S. Apple store it seems..Nope just checked. They got more. Hey guys read this.

 

The UE-6000 has a very heavy bass, and when i-device bass reducer is used, the sound becomes the best I've heard, which goes up to the Sennheiser HD800 and 40 other headphones in between. With that EQ enabled, the sound is better than the new Sennheiser Amperior. Bass goes full-strength down to 30 hz at least, mids are warm and lush, but uncolored, and the highs compare well to my favorite for highs - the $700 Shure 1840. Note that probably any other review you read will not use bass reduction, and thus you'll not see a report on the amazing potential of this UE-6000 headphone. It's that good.

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After this read and Tylls glowing review of them as these are going on his wall of fame. SOLD!


Does that mean no SONY MDR 1Rs for you since you seem to have had your mind set on these UE6000s? I would go for these as well cuz they are the best bang for the buck and even have built-in noise cancelling/ amp features for only $200. AND they seem to sound spectacular when none of those features are on, is a win win. 

 

Although for looks and style the sony's are the clear winner. Are the m100s still under your radar, cuz all the new features are so nice if you are a gamer, etc. Pretty versatile set of cans as well for $300, although the UE6000 seems like the clear winner just for pure music enjoyment on the go. 

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Aha ya so I might have to revise my review a bit. Lol. I will wait till I get at least another 50 hours of burn in. Lets just say all JVC earphones benefit from burn in and these are no exception. Expect a revision on the FX31 impression..

 

Eagerly awaiting !   ...I've seen these available locally at really affordable prices.

If they're even comparable to the FX40....

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Very pleased with sony XB90EX. I'm amazed honestly at how much detauil these iems show with so much sub-bass. 

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Does that mean no SONY MDR 1Rs for you since you seem to have had your mind set on these UE6000s? I would go for these as well cuz they are the best bang for the buck and even have built-in noise cancelling/ amp features for only $200. AND they seem to sound spectacular when none of those features are on, is a win win. 

 

Although for looks and style the sony's are the clear winner. Are the m100s still under your radar, cuz all the new features are so nice if you are a gamer, etc. Pretty versatile set of cans as well for $300, although the UE6000 seems like the clear winner just for pure music enjoyment on the go. 

The UE6000s I will get here soon will let you guys know how I feel about them and I hope to hear from Danny as well as he bought his before I got around ordering mines. As for the Sony's. I am gonna see how the M-100 stack up to the Sony's. For now I plan on the Sony's but the M-100 is gaining some steam as the first batch of them are starting to roll in.

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Eagerly awaiting !   ...I've seen these available locally at really affordable prices.

If they're even comparable to the FX40....

 Go get yourself a pair. I will write more about them once I feel burn in has taken place. I am around 60 hours and the sound has gotten better in every single way as expected.  I want to hit 100 hours or so before writing more about them but if you can snap a pair for cheap. Go for it. These are starting to separate from the FX40 level. In other words these are not only sounding much better from initial impression. They are starting to shine.. Lets just say what I wanted to happen from this sound is starting to happen. I am willing these things to take shape. Well with the help of aggressive burn in. Lol. See what you think Ghost.

 

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Very pleased with sony XB90EX. I'm amazed honestly at how much detauil these iems show with so much sub-bass. 

 

Now you are getting used to their sound. And yes this is the reason why I love these as well. That deep detail with the monster sub bass.

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Ordered Brainswavz first dual dynamic drivers IEM, the R1 (what's wrong with me?). Couldn't pass up on the introductory $34 price. I'll let you guys know something once I hear it.

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Ya those look interesting for certain. I know you have a soft spot for dual dynamics. Those are a great price too. I am tempted to try them myself but I have so much on my plate right now. Lol. Interested in your take of them Ericp.

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I'd check out those dual dynamics but my policy is not to buy iems more often, than once in three months or so :D

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Worst experience ever. Last night one of my monster triple flange slipped off my FX40s and went deep into my ear. It took me a few hours to loosen the seal and pull it out with tweezers. I'm going to stay away from my 40s until I buy some new tips; for them to slip off like that must be due to wear. They have become super soft lately.

 

Which Mee duels fit the FX40?

 

Using my F38s over ear for now.


Edited by Vain III - 10/10/12 at 2:26pm
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Ordered Brainswavz first dual dynamic drivers IEM, the R1 (what's wrong with me?). Couldn't pass up on the introductory $34 price. I'll let you guys know something once I hear it.

Wow oh WOW!

How many more IEMs need to tempt me!

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Half tempted to buy the R1s myself.

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Originally Posted by ericp10 View Post

Ordered Brainswavz first dual dynamic drivers IEM, the R1 (what's wrong with me?). Couldn't pass up on the introductory $34 price. I'll let you guys know something once I hear it.

Wow oh WOW!

How many more IEMs need to tempt me!


Which IEMs have you bought so far?


Edited by Alberto01 - 10/10/12 at 3:42pm
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Its not that I've bought them (can't afford them), but I'm saving up for 1 IEM, and all these little Gems keep popping up, and it keeps throwing me off my initial path!

Haha

I'm planning on getting either a
XB90EX - So many have raved about the bass, and I really want to hear them! But the pricing is to high for me at the moment!

FXD80 - Supposedly the other end of the sound spectrum, although it is cheaper, I still can't afford these prices!

FX40 -  I just wanna straight up hear these!

R1's - They really just intrigue me!


I'm waiting on Dsnuts report, but I don't think I will be going for those FX31's, Sounds like they may be the neutral sounding IEMs, in between the 101s and 40s

 

DAMN! Money is this Worlds Problem!

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Its not that I've bought them (can't afford them), but I'm saving up for 1 IEM, and all these little Gems keep popping up, and it keeps throwing me off my initial path!

Haha

I'm planning on getting either a
XB90EX - So many have raved about the bass, and I really want to hear them! But the pricing is to high for me at the moment!

FXD80 - Supposedly the other end of the sound spectrum, although it is cheaper, I still can't afford these prices!

FX40 -  I just wanna straight up hear these!

R1's - They really just intrigue me!


I'm waiting on Dsnuts report, but I don't think I will be going for those FX31's, Sounds like they may be the neutral sounding IEMs, in between the 101s and 40s

 

DAMN! Money is this Worlds Problem!

 

 

Now that I got my xb90ex, I'd say that if you want big clean bass without mid-bass hump (and this helps mid-range detailing soooo much) then go for xb90ex. these are very wide sounding, detailed and at the same time bassy earphones. though the main thing that shines about these is the midrange, that considering how much bass these output is beautiful. listening to some art blakey and the jazz messengers - reflections in blue, or ballad Medley is just soundgasmic :D strings and wind instruments are really good on these, as well as vocals. these are really good. 

 

funny thing is, I don't really like listening to hip-hop on these, cause the recording quality is generally bad (well, not counting in tech n9ne, nujabes and some others) and these just point out anything bad with the recordings :D

 

but I'm also really interested in JVC fxd80's, as they supposedly have better clarity and transparency, while still having decent amounts of bass.

 

p.s. for he owners of the XB90EX - I'm considering some comfly foam tips but I'd rather not get them if they degrade sound quality. comfort is good and all, but not when the sound is the trade off. have you tried complys or any other foam tips? which ones fit the sony?


Edited by nihontoman - 10/10/12 at 3:58pm
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