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Congradulations guys we are now the most  busiest thread in all of headfi!..

 

Good guess on the Doppios Vlenbo..I will let ericp and Danny chime in on their doppios..Lets just say they are very complimentary of the sounds on the H3..

 

No matter what type of music your into the Doppio, H3 combination will take care of all of it, like no other..More to come on this matter..

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Originally Posted by Dsnuts View Post
 

Congradulations guys we are now the most  busiest thread in all of headfi!..

 

:beerchug:

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Originally Posted by Negakinu View Post
 

 

This is very strange. The MHC1 is one of the bassiest in-ears I own... These things are particularly sensitive to a proper seal and the right tips. I get horrible results with a single flange and the slightest movement of my jaw or head influences the overal sound. Double flange tips work much better. Really, you should try them with a proper seal. They are everything BUT thin. 

 

IF you're considering the GR07 and find the MHC1 too thin, you're in for major disappointment. The GR07 is a bass-light in-ear compared to the MHC1. I have both here at home and the MHC1 is much warmer. 

 

Sorry, my bad, I'm not yet very skillful in the audiophile language. 

What I mean is the thickness of a guitar note. For example in Radioheads Reckoner, the first few notes sound thicker and smoother with the VSD1S than with the MH1. Maybe this is due to the high mids in the vsd1s?

The bass of the MH1 is excellent, nothing to complain there. I get a perfect fit with the regular tips. 

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Originally Posted by Dsnuts View Post
 

Congradulations guys we are now the most  busiest thread in all of headfi!..

 

Good guess on the Doppios Vlenbo..I will let ericp and Danny chime in on their doppios..Lets just say they are very complimentary of the sounds on the H3..

 

No matter what type of music your into the Doppio, H3 combination will take care of all of it, like no other..More to come on this matter..

Awesome! This thread deserves it.

 

On another note, thanks, I have to thank the ath for that, but disregarding that, I agree wholeheartedly with your thoughts on the h3, doppio combination.

 

The im-02s cannot do well alone, and so the h-3s are a good extra iem to remedy the bass light sound, while retaining most of the fine mid and high detail that you would normally want in a ba.

 

Hoewver, the im-02s have a bit more leaner and clearer mids and highs, and the soundstage is not overly done, which helps you enjoy the sound a lot more, easier on the ears, but the h-3s do awesome in soundstage, who wouldn't want to keep both the doppios and h-3s? (My case the im02s)

 

This year is awesome, I hope it becomes epic  near the end of the year.

 

Edit: I think I see eric's doppios waving at everyone at headfi. Looks like it's already heading to him as we speak.


Edited by vlenbo - 1/16/14 at 12:37pm
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No Doppio until tomorrow.
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Originally Posted by Pastapipo View Post
 

 

 

What I mean is the thickness of a guitar note. For example in Radioheads Reckoner, the first few notes sound thicker and smoother with the VSD1S than with the MH1. Maybe this is due to the high mids in the vsd1s?

 

Friggin' great song and awesome album.

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I've been trying to use the Piston with the X3. Kinda like I paid good money for it , I might as well use it. The bass is nowhere near punchy and lacks roundness on the X3, vs the Sony or iPod. It's not bad with the X3, but they don't scale up in SQ, unless you mean less present bass, less soundstage, and less smoothness is scaling up? Now I admit the X3 brings out micro details that I miss on the other DAPS. I noticed this one a progressive rock track, where there was snare taps and cymbal taps going simultaneously, that was present clearly on the X3, that tended to get lost in the other DAPs. They sound smoother on less amped sources, but sound just fine on the X3. The X3 is a great DAP, and the Piston sounds pretty rad on any DAP.
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I've going back and forth between the Pistons and BA-200 today. Was hoping to have the Doppios today to compare with the dual-BA BA-200, but they are still sitting in the post office until tomorrow. This will be interesting since the BA-200 is the most dynamic sounding of the multi-BA earphones (universals) I've ever owned.

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That would be a great comparison. I really love my BA200's because they are really dynamic sounding for armature phones.  

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BA-200 has nice bass too.

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+1. Love the bass and mids.

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That would be a great comparison. I really love my BA200's because they are really dynamic sounding for armature phones.  

:beerchug:

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The BA-200 had the best quality bass of any dual BA I've ever encountered. Sweetest mids too. If only the treble wasn't practically non- existent, and they would have been the perfect BA.
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Has anyone tried these yet (ATH-RE700)??

I was looking for an open headphone so I bought the EP700 but then I saw this so I bought it too. I'm hoping for some impressions. I think I can still cancel the order.  I guess I'll give them a try. They're too perrrty to not give them a chance.

 

Just saw the first 5 star review on amazon japan. He says it had tight sound, great mids, and pleasing bright highs.

 

Any update on those re700s?

 

@eric: my mistake, I thought there might have been a good chance that you'd recieve them today, thanks for updating. :)

 

 

Taken from kakaku, this headphone is pretty good according to the reviewer. I am probably going to pull the trigger on these and see if it does better than the es700s.


Edited by vlenbo - 1/16/14 at 2:33pm
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Taken from kakaku, this headphone is pretty good according to the reviewer. I am probably going to pull the trigger on these and see if it does better than the es700s.

 

vienbo, you're the guinea pig man! :D

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