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Dud182-jvcs-fx40-pg-83-fx101-pg-96/3510#post_8743721"]I am just giving you a hard time cuz you seem to buy crazy CRAZY amount of gear like every other day that's all. and you don't give us sexy looking pictures of them, cuz you claim you don't got a "camera." LoL Don't worry about it was just trolling you. 

But it would be nice to see some pics of all the gear you supposedly got. regular_smile%20.gif

Show me your goodies, youknowwhatimeang. tongue.gif

I am just lowkey jelly that's all move on move on. 
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Dude.. You are crazy man biggrin.gif
post #3527 of 25872
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Dude.. You are crazy man biggrin.gif

Your quote was messed up man!

From the talk of the FXD80s on the previous pages it makes me wanna get them!

But then there is the XB90EX!

the FX40 too!

and I wanna know what those CKS99s may be like????

 

To Many IEMS, NOT ENOUGH MONEY!

post #3528 of 25872
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Your quote was messed up man!

From the talk of the FXD80s on the previous pages it makes me wanna get them!

But then there is the XB90EX!

the FX40 too!

and I wanna know what those CKS99s may be like????

 

To Many IEMS, NOT ENOUGH MONEY!

dude, just buy something already :| either of them will be great for sure, so why so much mulling over it? :)

post #3529 of 25872

Because money is tight, and I wanna make sure its the right one, not one that Ill be sighing over.

Im sorry but I just don't want to waste my money, can't you respect that?

post #3530 of 25872
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Originally Posted by Omnom View Post

Because money is tight, and I wanna make sure its the right one, not one that Ill be sighing over.
Im sorry but I just don't want to waste my money, can't you respect that?

I think no matter what you buy you'll always wonder what the others were like. wink.gif That's why half of us never leave here. Then, before you've tried all the first ones you thought about another five have been added to that list. The problem is Omnom there isn't a perfect sound for anyone, we often reach close though a majority of us are never satisfied.

You' best bet is saving up for one big purchase and buy IEM's that can be resold with minium loss. The testing is in the buying as all opinions and comparisons vary to much. Basically it will do your head in waiting to long. biggrin.gif
post #3531 of 25872
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Originally Posted by kenchi1983 View Post

 


The fx40 are just like any standard headphones/iems with a 3.5 stereo jack. It does NOT have mic input, nor does it have buttons on the cord to control volume, skip song, etc.

Yes I know they do not have mic input and there is extension cable for mic and buttons for mobile but I read some people having issues with skipping songs and apps acting weird like exit error itd.. when conected strait from the box so I just wanted if anyone here can plug this fx40 in any android mobile and report back (my mobiles are htc desire, sg2/sg3). But i think the problems are related to bad software manage and jack input on some phones rather then earphones itself but just wanted to check here to get info from first hand.

 

Either way I am ordering these from here (only way to get this to my country) http://www.ebay.com/itm/150912129954?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1438.l2649

Pls tell me what do you think of this seller and if they may be fake??

 

Still didnt burn my fx201 they sound ok for now (coming from cheap earphones these are great) but I plan to burn them later with bassdrive to see the difference.I like different kind of music so I must hear these FX40 when you say they are detailed than fx201.

 

Thx again for great thread ( i read it all tongue_smile.gif and pop here every day ) and all the people helping and finding great new earphones lurking out there. And sorry for my bad english...


Edited by Iken - 10/2/12 at 3:06am
post #3532 of 25872
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Originally Posted by Omnom View Post

Because money is tight, and I wanna make sure its the right one, not one that Ill be sighing over.

Im sorry but I just don't want to waste my money, can't you respect that?

I didn't mean to be disrespectful and I know the situation you're in - hence the smileys... it's just that I'm familiar to your searches on this thread and you kinda remind me, when I was wanting to buy something for about a year and then just gave up on it. research is good and all, but it shouldn't take much more than say a month, or it will continue for ever :D

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I think no matter what you buy you'll always wonder what the others were like. wink.gif That's why half of us never leave here. Then, before you've tried all the first ones you thought about another five have been added to that list. The problem is Omnom there isn't a perfect sound for anyone, we often reach close though a majority of us are never satisfied.
You' best bet is saving up for one big purchase and buy IEM's that can be resold with minium loss. The testing is in the buying as all opinions and comparisons vary to much. Basically it will do your head in waiting to long. biggrin.gif

 

To right, I think what your telling me is too true!

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Originally Posted by nihontoman View Post

I didn't mean to be disrespectful and I know the situation you're in - hence the smileys... it's just that I'm familiar to your searches on this thread and you kinda remind me, when I was wanting to buy something for about a year and then just gave up on it. research is good and all, but it shouldn't take much more than say a month, or it will continue for ever :D

Thanks, sounds like you know what your talking about :)

 

 

I appreciate all helpers!

post #3534 of 25872
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post


I think no matter what you buy you'll always wonder what the others were like. wink.gif That's why half of us never leave here. Then, before you've tried all the first ones you thought about another five have been added to that list. The problem is Omnom there isn't a perfect sound for anyone, we often reach close though a majority of us are never satisfied.
You' best bet is saving up for one big purchase and buy IEM's that can be resold with minium loss. The testing is in the buying as all opinions and comparisons vary to much. Basically it will do your head in waiting to long. biggrin.gif

This to a T!

 

or just buy something ffs!

post #3535 of 25872
I want the cks1000 in red and ws99 mdr-1 and xb900 too much awesome sauces but not enough money frown.gif
post #3536 of 25872
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Originally Posted by Omnom View Post

Because money is tight, and I wanna make sure its the right one, not one that Ill be sighing over.
Im sorry but I just don't want to waste my money, can't you respect that?

There is no perfect IEM, they have different sounds.

If you want a good inexpensive all-rounder then try the Yamaha EPH-100 or JVC HA-FXD80, if you want more detail at the cost of bass (and a little more money) then VSonic GR07 mk2 or Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10. Solid and popular choices everyone will agree with I imagine, and easily resold.

I'm searching for sub-bass myself. Sony MDR-XB90EX sounds dull to me, lacking in the high frequencies but amazing in the low-end. So the quest continues..... But I don't imagine I'll find one perfect IEM, although I would like a good compromise.
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Originally Posted by Lourdes View Post


There is no perfect IEM, they have different sounds.
If you want a good inexpensive all-rounder then try the Yamaha EPH-100 or JVC HA-FXD80, if you want more detail at the cost of bass (and a little more money) then VSonic GR07 mk2 or Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10. Solid and popular choices everyone will agree with I imagine, and easily resold.
I'm searching for sub-bass myself. Sony MDR-XB90EX sounds dull to me, lacking in the high frequencies but amazing in the low-end. So the quest continues..... But I don't imagine I'll find one perfect IEM, although I would like a good compromis

how would you compare it to fxd80? 

post #3538 of 25872
I haven't spent much time with the FXD80's as they're not really what I'm looking for. They're just a good sounding earphone to me, not as much detail as I'm used to (TF10) and unfortunately not as much lf bass as I now realise know is possible (XB90EX, curse them) but still a lot more than most and good punch. The JVC's seem a lot sturdier except for the cable which is a bit naff with a rubbish slider, XB90EX has a wonderful flat tangle-free cable but the earphones themselves are rather large and a bit ungainly to use.
I am disappointed with the XB90EX because it's clearly lacking, whereas the FXD80 covers most ground and is now likely to be my TF10's backup/alternate when I want to carry something smaller, less expensive or just have a change.
Edited by Lourdes - 10/2/12 at 5:47am
post #3539 of 25872
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Originally Posted by Omnom View Post

Because money is tight, and I wanna make sure its the right one, not one that Ill be sighing over.

Im sorry but I just don't want to waste my money, can't you respect that?


skip the Fx40, save your money for the FXD80 or D70.

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Originally Posted by Lourdes View Post

I haven't spent much time with the FXD80's as they're not really what I'm looking for. They're just a good sounding earphone to me, not as much detail as I'm used to (TF10) and unfortunately not as much lf bass as I now realise know is possible (XB90EX, curse them) but still a lot more than most and good punch. The JVC's seem a lot sturdier except for the cable which is a bit naff with a rubbish slider, XB90EX has a wonderful flat tangle-free cable but the earphones themselves are rather large and a bit ungainly to use.
I am disappointed with the XB90EX because it's clearly lacking, whereas the FXD80 covers most ground and is now likely to be my TF10's backup/alternate when I want to carry something smaller, less expensive or just have a change.

hmmm, how much did you burn it in, if at all?  also, if you are used to something treble heavy, I can imagine anything with less treble will sound lacking :D as for me personally, I like laid back treble, and can hear up to 20 khz quite well, so maybe what is lacking for you will be more than enough for me? (at least I hope so lol )

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