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Awesome, didn't realize it was a dual dynamic.  Seems like the drivers are placed right behind one another.  Sounds very promising. 

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I already snatched it and sold it off since LAST MONTH. hoho devil_face.gif
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... too bad i was left hanging.... nuts that is. evil_smiley.gif  

edit: i would like to join in the towel throwing funzies as well if VSonic don't screw me over that is. wink.gif

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Nah, you can't blame me - no one knows when the VSD9 will be released and whether any of these limited 100 units will be available outside of China and if there are any, how much overpriced will they be? Of course, I'm still waiting for that ancient alien technology and haven't given up on the VSD9 but I just can't hold out indefinitely for such an elusive product that I may or may not be able to get my hands on. 
VSD9s? I'm not able to find anything on them...
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Got the Moxpad X3 in today after a long shipping delay. They are much better than I expected for $23.

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Nah, you can't blame me -  I'm still waiting for that ancient alien technology and haven't given up on the VSD9 but I just can't hold out indefinitely for such an eluno one knows when the VSD9 will be released and whether any of these limited 100 units will be available outside of China and if there are any, how much overpriced will they be? Of course,sive product that I may or may not be able to get my hands on. 

 

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Vsonic VSD7! Totally forgot about it... hurry up and release it Vsonic! Or at least release some new info

 

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Well, it seems that Vsonic's CEO is kinda keeping things under wraps lately - has has even stopped bashing on other Chinese manufacturers and their products LOL. Honestly I'm more excited about the VSD9 with its hush-hush stuff inside than the VSD7 but I guess will just have to wait and see what they have done coz they are surely taking their sweet time.

Vsonic's CEO probably ruined LMUE's profit with his announcements of the new products 6 months ago and making LMUE sell the gr07s at such a discount expecting the new VSonic line will hit the market sooner. The gr07 classic was delayed 3 months and we have zero information aon what happened with the portable and full-size cans Vsonic said they would release in September and October. They just take their time and don't care at all about the ETA on any of their products and probably Vsonic's CEO realized he should stop teasing or announcing stuff that he can't deliver for months after they were expected to hit the market, so that's why he's been quite lately. 

I do remember that he mentioned something about VSonic opening a new factory soon, so they might pick up their game when this happens.

^ Their hype trolling efforts is what makes them so endearing for me. ;)

 

Lets just hope that they are cranking these out like mad and that is why they have no time for all the smack talk of late. haha

 

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It has landed!! Let's see what AT giveth to us today.

 

 

 

Okay, I will have to check this when I get home (against the CKS1000), but right off the back I have to say I haven't heard an AT iem with a sound this full! This is FULL!! Wonderful height and weight. And it's fuller than the CKM500, but not as syrupy and muddy as the CKM500 is. Plenty of bass and forward mids. The highs there but don't standout as much as the bass and mids to my ears. But the highs are there and its definitely adding clarity to the sound. These sound fantastic out of the box, but I'm expecting so much more from this BIG sound with burn-in. Strings are very full sound (thus living up to "Symphonic" drivers). I'm listening through the DX50. One minute I'm a JVC fanboy, but AT has really fought hard as of late to make me appreciate its sound in universal IEMs. I couldn't see AT downgrading its sound even if it lowered its prices on some of its new releases. Well, AT doesn't disappoint here. The IM70 shoots above its MSRP.

^ Sweet score ericp, how do they compare to those beloved ASG 2s of yours???

 

 

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VSD9s? I'm not able to find anything on them...

^ No one knows as well so.........

 

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Got the Moxpad X3 in today after a long shipping delay. They are much better than I expected for $23.

^ NICE!!! Hey meng how do these Moxpads rank amongst all the crazy Chinese brand gears you have collected so far??? And which ones are your top rankin' sets??? I have a feeling that that MOE is ranked pretty damn high, if not top of the list. :)

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^ NICE!!! Hey meng how do these Moxpads rank amongst all the crazy Chinese brand gears you have collected so far??? And which ones are your top rankin' sets??? I have a feeling that that MOE is ranked pretty damn high, if not top of the list. :)

My favorites so far are these.

 

KZ-A1: Subwoofer bass for $15. Clearer than most booming in ears, but not as clear as...

 

Moe SS-01: Clarity is awesome, subbass is well extended and EQ's well. If you are very sensitive to treble, there's a bump in the 4k region that is a little harsh that can be cut. $60. Was practically unknown up until a few weeks ago, and seems to best the JVC FXT90 it is based off of. Starting to impress more and more people.

 

Tiinlab T114: Bass monsters, U or somewhat V shaped, yet much clearer than just about any other big bass phone I've heard. Looking at their technology and background, the company looks to have been around a while in other areas of audio. $60, very unknown. www.tiinlab.com

 

Ostry KC06: Titanium shell, titanium boosted treble sound. Vocals are near breathtaking, but the treble boost hurts bass a bit. 110+db sensitivity. Really crisp if you like boosted mid/highs. Complements the Tiinlab well when I don't want a dance club in my ear. Also $60, also unknown. www.ostry.com.cn

 

Moxpad X3: almost matches the $60 sets here, for $23, and is more balanced than all of them... I think. Only 30 min in on these. Only knock is the cord, which is a bit microphonic. Fits my ears like a glove though.

www.moxpad.com

 

One of the coolest things about trying all these chinese brands, is that they are incredibly hard to find outside of China. I am probably the only person in the US with several of these. I like the unique and rare aspect of it all.

 

Unlike what most people think of chinese made stuff, a lot of it is actually very, very good, and the value can be outstanding, since you aren't paying for a middleman or marketing department. You just have to know where to look.


Edited by bhazard - 12/3/13 at 5:01pm
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My favorites so far are these.

 

KZ-A1: Subwoofer bass for $15. Clearer than most booming in ears, but not as clear as...

 

Moe SS-01: Clarity is awesome, subbass is well extended and EQ's well. If you are very sensitive to treble, there's a bump in the 4k region that is a little harsh that can be cut. $60. Was practically unknown up until a few weeks ago, and seems to best the JVC FXT90 it is based off of. Starting to impress more and more people.

 

Tiinlab T114: Bass monsters, U or somewhat V shaped, yet much clearer than just about any other big bass phone I've heard. Looking at their technology and background, the company looks to have been around a while in other areas of audio. $60, very unknown. www.tiinlab.com

 

Ostry KC06: Titanium shell, titanium boosted treble sound. Vocals are near breathtaking, but the treble boost hurts bass a bit. 110+db sensitivity. Really crisp if you like boosted mid/highs. Complements the Tiinlab well when I don't want a dance club in my ear. Also $60, also unknown. www.ostry.com.cn

 

Moxpad X3: almost matches the $60 sets here, for $23, and is more balanced than all of them... I think. Only 30 min in on these. Only knock is the cord, which is a bit microphonic. Fits my ears like a glove though.

www.moxpad.com

 

One of the coolest things about trying all these chinese brands, is that they are incredibly hard to find outside of China. I am probably the only person in the US with several of these. Unlike what most people think of chinese made stuff, a lot of it is actually very, very good, and the value can be outstanding, since you aren't paying for a middleman or marketing department. You just have to know where to look.


^ Coolie.....os. Make them Chinaman Brands slave boi!! ;)

 

Amazing work as always meng, love your thread and keep up the great work. :beerchug: 

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Thanks for that rundown bhazard.  You need to put that thread link in your signature  :)

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Wow, thanks for that bhazard.
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^ Sweet score ericp, how do they compare to those beloved ASG 2s of yours???

 

 

 

 

Hello sf. I have the AS-2 custom, but I've heard the ASG-2. I would say at this point the Aurisonics are still on another level, but this AT surprisingly pushes nicely in that direction considering its price point. Again, I think it is really too early to make any statements about how this compares to the big boys. I'll just say this is the fullest sound I've heard in an AT earphone. And the soundstage is wider than I initially realized. Sounds pushes wide and with height. I expect the sound to change (as it normally does with burn-in). How much I have no idea. I will say that I think the IM70 is almost or just as full sounding as the FXZ200, but without that super super sub-bass boost. Now, please don't think I'm saying those two phones sound alike. They don't, but the fullness is on par with each other. The IM70 is more mids forward than the JVC though.

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Hello sf. I have the AS-2 custom, but I've heard the ASG-2. I would say at this point the Aurisonics are still on another level, but this AT surprisingly pushes nicely in that direction considering its price point. Again, I think it is really too early to make any statements about how this compares to the big boys. I'll just say this is the fullest sound I've heard in an AT earphone. And the soundstage is wider than I initially realized. Sounds pushes wide and with height. I expect the sound to change (as it normally does with burn-in). How much I have no idea. I will say that I think the IM70 is almost or just as full sounding as the FXZ200, but without that super super sub-bass boost. Now, please don't think I'm saying those two phones sound alike. They don't, but the fullness is on par with each other. The IM70 is more mids forward than the JVC though.

Why hello there ericp. :)


LoL, speaking of those FXZ200s, the ASG 2s sound is what i had expected those FXZ200s to sound like tbh but with more sub bass. LMAO

 

Man was my expectations for JVC REALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLY HIGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Yeah JVC has lost its luster from me, esp. cuz their house sound seems to have slightly recessed mids just like Philips current Fidelio lineup. The JVC house sound is wayyy too meaty/ thick which can sound clumsy at times and gets in the way of the intricacies/ refinement/ 3D clarity/ details that i am looking for.

 

No rush meng, best to take your time and work them in a bit and get a better sense of how they really sound/ compare to the rest. Thanks for all impressions/ appreciated all the hard work. :beerchug: 


Edited by sfwalcer - 12/3/13 at 6:14pm
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I would be interested to see a IM70 vs MA750 comparison. Hopefully you can compare the two, Eric smile.gif
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M200's, beware. They are tricky beasts to get a good fit. But it pays to keep trying, because once you find some tips that keep them in your ears tightly with a good seal, you are rewarded with awesomeness :)

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Wht hello there ericp. :)


LoL, speaking of those FXZ200s, the ASG 2s sound is what i had expected those FXZ200s to sound like tbh but with more sub bass. LMAO

 

Man was my expectations for JVC REALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLY HIGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Yeah JVC has lost its luster from me, esp. cuz their house sound seems to have slightly recessed mids just like Philips current Fidelio lineup. The JVC house sound is wayyy too meaty/ thick which can sound clumsy at times and gets in the way of the intricacies/ refinement/ 3D clarity/ details that i am looking for.

 

No rush meng, best to take your time and work them in a bit and get a better sense of how they really sound/ compare to the rest. Thanks for all impressions/ appreciated all the hard work. :beerchug: 

 

 

No problem bro. You're quite welcome sf.

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M200's, beware. They are tricky beasts to get a good fit. But it pays to keep trying, because once you find some tips that keep them in your ears tightly with a good seal, you are rewarded with awesomeness :)

 

 

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M200's, beware. They are tricky beasts to get a good fit. But it pays to keep trying, because once you find some tips that keep them in your ears tightly with a good seal, you are rewarded with awesomeness :)

Any recommendations? Been through a bunch and no luck.

 

If I can find one... these will be hard to beat. 

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