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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post
 

Warren's first post on the Discovery thread. Another entry for the H-F annals....

 

Don't scare him off, the Modosaurus Rex is a tempermental and fickle creature - if you're not nice he'll bite your head off.

 

Haha, I've never posted here?  ::searching::  Hmm, I guess not then.

 

Hi guys!  :smile:


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post #14717 of 32906
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Originally Posted by warrenpchi View Post

Wow, there's like a whole other parallel MA750 universe here...

Pretty much anything worth it's price or better makes it way here. Which is can be either a good or bad thing due to most of us here being spoilt for choice.


Welcome warren!
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^

 

... it's a mod!!!

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

... why................ hi. :ksc75smile:

 

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I told you not to scare him....

 

A talking cardboard box is one of the scariest thing that I can think of.

 

Things you need to hype/buy Warren:

Onkyos.

KEF M200

Lethals

Brainwavz R3

 

And I hear there's this RHA MA750 thingy floating around. Probably haven't heard of it. Some weird dude's overhyping them per usual. Gosh they look awful.

post #14720 of 32906
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These? - http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/moxpad-X3-movement-in-ear-headphones-listening-computer-mobile-phone-headset-music-running-noise-cancelling-headphones/716063_1002674355.html

 

They look nice. I might grab a pair - might as well since I ordered one of those new Monoprices which are supposed to be amazing or something. Also I might be without my mainstay IEMs for a while.

Any cheaper but reputable places?

 

 

Link please :)

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^

 

... it's a mod!!!

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

... why................ hi. :ksc75smile:

 

Don´t scare the mod... He has the right to socialize with the normal people

post #14722 of 32906
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It's not easy being green...a green Super Geek, that is (went for the green, though the red was tempting). Bit on the upgrade to the highest power of Geekdom LOL 

 

 

 

I went for the Super Geek as the power requirements of the Super Duper might be a bit too high for phones.

 

Green because it is the only green piece of tech I will have, majority being silver or black and a few reds and blues.

 

Went back and forth between the Super and Super Duper, have Senn 650's which are a bit hard to drive, but the Super probably suffice. In the end figured couldn't hurt, having too much power generally isn't a problem, only too little (think of a Porsch, you CAN drive it the speed limit if you want, the power is there if you need it, even makes going the speed limit feel better).

post #14723 of 32906
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It is interesting how they tuned the highs on these..These do have a bit of a cut off but lower and mid highs have excellent clarity making them sound more complete than what the graph shows in the region. Highs come in as clear as the rest of the sound. Other phones that have a roll off you can clearly tell there is a roll off. On these unless your listening for it in the highest registers they are difficult to tell. So the end result is a non sibilant clarity in the highs that also has some solid depth for timbre in the region. So again a very refined sound for what you get in these..These are quickly warming up to me. Especially using the DX50 with them. 

 

I remember when I had the RHA MA350 the only real complaint I had with those was the highs being a bit grainy and peaky.. Not so with these..Rest assured they did the highs very nice on these..The sound is a complete well balanced high end sound in these in ears. Who needs multi drivers when you get this complete a sound using a single dynamic using proper materials. Man the imagery is top notch on these. I am very surprised. The resolution is excellent in these.

 

Do the MA750s have much bass? Think they'll be a good upgrade for my Bassos or am I barking up the wrong tree so to speak?

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Do the MA750s have much bass? Think they'll be a good upgrade for my Bassos or am I barking up the wrong tree so to speak?


Based on the dedicated thread's impressions, I'd say yes. They might not be basshead level, but they do pack quite a punch.

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Do the MA750s have much bass? Think they'll be a good upgrade for my Bassos or am I barking up the wrong tree so to speak?

The sound control on these iems are quite something else.  One of the aspects of a nicely refined sound is how good is the bass control when the track has it or does not have it..Mid bass has a lot to do with that and bass quantity on these are not where the Bassos are. I feel overall the sound on the MA750 is a nice upgrade..

 

Now Danny can comment here as he owns the MA600. Those should be somewhere between the MA750 and the Bassos when it comes to bass.  Those might be the ones your looking for. Now if your finally willing to dive in with both feet I can say the MA750 has a solid sub bass presence. And again it is not like the XB90EX where those have a beefy sub bass.. That graph posted for the MA750 the graph is almost straight all the way down to 16hz. That is impressive actually. I have no doubt these can hit them notes. But as far as quantity goes these might not suffice. But you know what..I do know that if you go with the MA750 there is no way your not going to be impressed with the sound.

 

The sound signature on the MA750 are less colored over the Bassos, more accurate. If you just want an upgrade to the type of sound the Bassos are I would say the CKS1000. If you want a higher end sound these MA750 are just that.

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Ok so now I have my first complaint on the MA750..The double flange tips are so thin they rip apart with ease. Of course I just found that out. Ripped my large double flange right in half putting it on..Weak. The Meelec balanced double flange tips sound exactly the same as the RHA ones so I switched them out but that was kinda unexpected for such a nice package.

 

Just tried my Sennheiser Double flange tips. Perfect. These like wider bore tips. Tried MH1C tips. Not bad but so far the Sennheiser Double flange is doing it for me. Stock tips sound just fine by the way so no real need to tip roll but I was just kinda not too happy ripping the RHA double flange tips I was using. Very close to paper in strength.


Edited by Dsnuts - 9/28/13 at 7:37am
post #14727 of 32906

Burning in my 1Ks,  maybe less accurate but i hearing after 200 hours or more, maybe 400, the fun factor blows listeners away

and you forget about accuracy!  im going to not board the RHA train till i get these burned in to that fun level!  Meanwhile

still looking for X!s, as the ones i ordered never showed up. my ol wooden ATH ESW9s back in service and very enjoyable.

still wanting more bass...

post #14728 of 32906

I think the MA750's will be the upgrade to the Basso's.  MA650's are good but has more mid-bass than the Basso's.  Stage isn't as big and doesn't do sub-bass as well.  Possibly a side grade to maybe even a notch downgrade.  

post #14729 of 32906
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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post
 

Things you need to hype/buy Warren:

Onkyos.

KEF M200

Lethals

Brainwavz R3

 

And if on-ear portable phones is your thing, damn the KEF M500's are nice sounding :smile:

post #14730 of 32906
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And if on-ear portable phones is your thing, damn the KEF M500's are nice sounding :smile:

 

which onkyos were you all recommending?  DSnuts said the Onkyo headphones were giving him "eargasms" a while ago!

are the KEF M500s discounted anywhere?  i only see them available at list price.

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