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post #1201 of 32864
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Ya believe it or not you would have to spend much much more to get an upgraded sound to the isurus. The Soundmagic PL30 will not have the detail of the Isurus but will not have the highs of them either.. I am used to sharper high tones these earphones make but I also own the upgrades in this sound signature and have been listening to those.. The ATH-CKM77 and ATH-CKM99.

 

For the price the Soundmagics are solid earphones minus the sharp highs. You thought about getting one the Philips SHE3580? Those are bassier and have a smooth sound to them and are cheap too. No different tips needed.

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Originally Posted by Dsnuts View Post

Ya believe it or not you would have to spend much much more to get an upgraded sound to the isurus. The Soundmagic PL30 will not have the detail of the Isurus but will not have the highs of them either.. I am used to sharper high tones these earphones make but I also own the upgrades in this sound signature and have been listening to those.. The ATH-CKM77 and ATH-CKM99.

 

For the price the Soundmagics are solid earphones minus the sharp highs. You thought about getting one the Philips SHE3580? Those are bassier and have a smooth sound to them and are cheap too. No different tips needed.


I have the SHE3580 and find them very good for the price. The only problems with those are of course very mad microphonics which make a recommendation harder. The Isurus is a level above them tho soundwise. They have no microphonic but the cable layout for normal consumer use is probably the worse I've seen. I already have very good pricier in-ears and headphones, but I would like to find other cheap in-ears to recommend to others. Have you tried the Xears? They are 30 euro + shipping with the KLANGFUZZIS code and have very good scores in Jokers thread for the price. Heard of any other heavily discounted in-ears?

The CKM77 seem like a solid recommendation under 100. Any drawbacks with that one?
 

 

post #1203 of 32864
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The CKM77s do have extended highs much like the isurus. But unlike the isurus I am able to use the stock tip and hear details.. They are the closest to a neutral sound that AT makes but much more refined over the isurus.. If you want a easier listening earphone and don't mind a full 2.1 presentation the CKS77 is a fantastic earphone with solid detail and balance for a bassy earphone.

 

The CKM77 is more for picking up details and I have nothing better for this in a dynamic. Comparable to a TF10 but will even better bass.  The CKS77 is a full roomy sounding earphone that has some of the best quality bass I have ever heard in a earphone.

 

If you want to read up on the CKM77. Look for my CKM50 thread and you can read about them there.  If you want to check out the CKS77. These so happen to be the topic of my newest thread.

 

One is more analytical detailed and smooth=CKM77

One is king at musical, roomy, airy and easy listening with a big full bass end.=CKS77. 

 

As for Xears stuff. I haven't had the chance to hear them. I trust Jokers reviews on them though. If they are available there for a good cost. I would try them out.


Edited by Dsnuts - 4/14/12 at 9:48am
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Okay, I have to say I'm not getting the love for the Thermaltakes.  Stupid j-cord and microphonic cable aside, I don't really find the sound all that special.  Overall extension is good, but clarity is well behind some of my other sets, even a few bought at the same price point.  Maybe they'll open up give more time, but this is nearly 20 hours of burn-in later.

post #1205 of 32864
Got my pair earlier this week. I'm pretty happy for the money. Currently using a pair of the comply tips with them.

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One gripe about the cable one side longer then the other, but sounds awesome . To bad mine broke...the right ear cable snapped when it got caught on to something. Drivers should be in tact, but i have no experience in re cabling it. So you what do you guys suggest? Buy isurus again $30, buy MP 8320 $10 shipped,philip 3580 $15 in canada. I would really like the same sq and signature i got from the isurus. Would the MP8320 give me the same reasonable sq if i use isurus tips? Thanks
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One gripe about the cable one side longer then the other, but sounds awesome . To bad mine broke...the right ear cable snapped when it got caught on to something. Drivers should be in tact, but i have no experience in re cabling it. So you what do you guys suggest? Buy isurus again $30, buy MP 8320 $10 shipped,philip 3580 $15 in canada. I would really like the same sq and signature i got from the isurus. Would the MP8320 give me the same reasonable sq if i use isurus tips? Thanks

 


That would be interesting if all we needed to do is change tips to get the same sound signature. Hmm. Your gonna get better detail on the Mp8320 but the SHE3580 is bassier and more musical sounding.. None of these others sound like the Isurus. If you can get a CKM50 there try one of those.

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Thx for the quick reply! I just really hated how they cabled the isurus one short one long, but i ever so love the SQ. Now I'm about to check out one of those iems, don't want lose another $30 if i accident break them again, also afraid the mp 8320s wont fit my ears as the isurus fit just right. Where do you suggest get comply ear foams in canada? They seem to be $15 at the website and reusable, so $15+10 8320s would still be less than the isurus. The cable on the mp 8320 seems like it has very nice build quality braided etc. Otherwise do you think i should get the mp8320 and try the isurus tips first and order comply tips if i don't find a fit. Just random question in relation to the aesthetics, when wearing them on a normal day do people gock at these silver things in your ear lol. Thank you :)
post #1209 of 32864
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If you can fit the isurus in your ear you won't have any issue with the Mp8320.  Ya I would go for a MP8320 see how you like em.  And they are tragically hip. People stare as they have never seen mini blow dryers for earphones. Lol! You will dig em.

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lol biggrin.gif thx, I always wore the ear buds with wire facing down, would over the ears prolong the wires and help with microphonics(btw is it the proper wear these, they are really oddly shaped) I just watched youtube vid of personal impression on the 8320s. I actually remembered a little microphonic on the isurus.
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Originally Posted by Dsnuts View Post

If you can fit the isurus in your ear you won't have any issue with the Mp8320.  Ya I would go for a MP8320 see how you like em.  And they are tragically hip. People stare as they have never seen mini blow dryers for earphones. Lol! You will dig em.


Thank you smily_headphones1.gif

P.S. I still wasnt able take isurus out to the gym, this was when the incident happened it BROKE!.
Edited by ITaoI - 4/19/12 at 6:52pm
post #1211 of 32864

yes my search finally paid off. i found isurus available in my locality but still i ve some doubts 

 

please check the link below and confirm it, is this the one u are talking about because the logo behind the housing seems to be different instead of "Tt"

its written something like imported edition and peoples review seems to be bad

 

http://www.flipkart.com/tt-esports-isurus-headset/p/itmd24q7zjvh3f5s?pid=ACCD24Q5G6DRPCYR&_l=j9Xfifej1tnSUjNow6B3Vw--&_r=NAYELbHG0ALCxRA4tAKeZg--&ref=970f7797-92a3-4e0f-a818-20292fe834f9

 

please confirm it soon?

 

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Originally Posted by ganeshrajarajan View Post

yes my search finally paid off. i found isurus available in my locality but still i ve some doubts 

 

please check the link below and confirm it, is this the one u are talking about because the logo behind the housing seems to be different instead of "Tt"

its written something like imported edition and peoples review seems to be bad

 

http://www.flipkart.com/tt-esports-isurus-headset/p/itmd24q7zjvh3f5s?pid=ACCD24Q5G6DRPCYR&_l=j9Xfifej1tnSUjNow6B3Vw--&_r=NAYELbHG0ALCxRA4tAKeZg--&ref=970f7797-92a3-4e0f-a818-20292fe834f9

 

please confirm it soon?

 

 

Yeah the logo is definitely different. Maybe they're the same OEM

post #1213 of 32864
Thread Starter 

Thats interesting. It looks like they just changed the paint scheme for an international version. It is the same earphone with different graphics it looks like

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i recently purchased beta's and i'm not satisfied with the highs and lacks real detail to my taste.i found them to be boomy bassw hich is unlike my taste

so i'm planning to buy another iem with nice highs with sparkles, detailed, crisp and clear, open and non fatiguing, importantly more musical.

how do isurus shines against brainwavz m1 and m4? (i omitted m2 from my option since i read they sound warm n thick)?

which 1 of them has better detail/clarity/separation/soundstage and sounds open n airy??

is isurus gonna beat them in most of the department?

please help me to choose 

 

post #1215 of 32864
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Out of the 2. The Isurus has the detailed sound with above average sound stage..Very clean sound if that is what your looking for..The highs are boosted so details are clearly evident. If a brighter signature is what your looking for try out a isurus... Sorry man I don't own the Brainwaves earphones. Can any one else chime in with a comparo. Thanks

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