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post #1936 of 32905

Ordered a set anyway, $32 inc shipping from US to UK. My curiosity got the better of me especially with all the comments about detail... I love detail. Shame I got to wait 2-3 weeks till they arrive :(

post #1937 of 32905
Thread Starter 

Good call,  both these new JVCs are fantastic the FX40 offers a the more detailed sound over the FX101. I only wish the prices on these were the same as what we pay here in the States for everyone.. I have no idea why the prices are so different everywhere..

 

The FX40 absolutely need 100 hours of burn before the drivers become stable. On open box the sound is distant and thin. Burn in cures all that. Let us know how you like them when you get them.

post #1938 of 32905
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Well Guys I have been listening to my FX101s and they now have a good 80 hours of burn in..I can verify that what was on the FX101 on open box cleans up very nicely with burn. If any of you guys have a "thing" against bassy earphones.

 

Do not associate nasty mid bass hump overly warm sound signature aka cheapo bassy earphones to these FX101s. These sound nothing like that at all..On some more careful listen. This may surprise but I initially thought the FX40 sounded closer to my CKM500 than these but after fully burning these. The FX101 actually sound closer to the CKM500 than the FX40. The detailed highs are similar on the FX40 and that is was what I thought made them sound similar.


But after listening to them all day yesterday. Overall I have to say the FX101 actually share more similarities to the CKM500 in the mids and highs are now much cleaner on the FX101 resulting them being even closer to that sound. I also find the sound thickness and depth to be similar as well..And both have solid bass impact and sub bass.. So now I would like to call these the little brother of the much more expensive CKM500. While not as refined as the CKM500. These are surprising me almost on a daily basis. For spending $16 on them. I feel like I stole something. lol!


Edited by Dsnuts - 6/3/12 at 11:31am
post #1939 of 32905

Given all the impressions on this thread its safe to say that the FX40 is a well balance IEM and a sin of creation given how well it sounds with such a cheap price of admittance. Now the consensus of this thread leads me to believe that the FX90s do sound better but not as much but indeed better. So if the 40s sounds this good how will the FX80s sound? I for one an even more excited to hear the FX80s ,damn the jun 15th release ill have to wait for the 1st of July to get my ear around them.biggrin.gif

post #1940 of 32905
Thread Starter 

You and me both my friend. I can't wait for those bad boys.

post #1941 of 32905

Has anyone found a preorder page for them? I had one a few days ago but can't seem to find it again confused_face_2.gif

post #1942 of 32905

I am officially preferring the FX40's over the FX-101's. 40's are more precise and I hear more detail and air. More timbre. There are sounds that come apparent on second listen on the 40's that were bypassed with the 101's.

post #1943 of 32905
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It may just be a case of sour grapes for me (I waited a very long time to hear them), but I'm not all that impressed by them. Also, the fact that the FX40 performs so darn close doesn't help them at all in my eyes.

 

Yes, I thought the FX40 was very similar to the FXT90 when I was using them. But hey I wouldn't knock the JVC FXT90. It's just like the CKM77. Both of them were good IEMs. But they were made obsolete by these epic value cheap clones (the FX40 and CKM50) that came out of nowhere.

post #1944 of 32905

I saw the FX101 for $16.95 shipped on eBay. All 5 colors (I think that's all of them.)

 
I can't find the FX40 cheap. I'm looking for $10-$15 shipped, but all I can find is $22-$24 shipped. Did I miss out on a FX40 sale?
post #1945 of 32905

It's been a long time since I last posted. The last time I did post, it was on the GR07. Now after reading the last 50 pages of this, I figured it would be best to get the FX40 and the FX101 to ensure that I quickly find the correct IEM for me after burn-in.

 

FutureShop sells the FX40 for $49.99 and the FX101 for $29.99. So much for the Free Trade Agreement. rolleyes.gif

 

I have found them on buy.com for $22.06 and $16.98 respectively which is much more to my tastes. I have yet to check eBay for the FX40 and FX101. Since I'm having these IEMs shipped to Canada, would all my cost saving efforts be in vain?

post #1946 of 32905

If you like detail in your sound, save the bucks and just get the FX40. If that's your taste, you'll also enjoy a better build and with more tip choices and a shirt clip that the other lacks.

post #1947 of 32905
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Originally Posted by mosshorn View Post

Has anyone found a preorder page for them? I had one a few days ago but can't seem to find it again confused_face_2.gif

http://www.geekstuff4u.com/audio-visual/earphones/jvc-ha-fxd80-z.html

post #1948 of 32905
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Originally Posted by FieldingMellish View Post

If you like detail in your sound, save the bucks and just get the FX40. If that's your taste, you'll also enjoy a better build and with more tip choices and a shirt clip that the other lacks.

 



Thanks for the suggestion. I forgot to mention that I have owned the HifiMAN RE-252 before and truly enjoyed them. I'll be sure to order them thais week then.

 

Edit: Going to order from buy.com. Can't find the FX40 or FX101 for the same prices or lower anywhere else.

 

Edit 2: Which is starting to look like a big hassle as I cannot add my address to my profile.


Edited by Soul_Est - 6/4/12 at 7:28am
post #1949 of 32905
Guess what everyone......i just got my fx3x in today and the only thing i can say is that it already sounds better then the cks and fx101s...its also revealing oc source material. The bass is a tad more fuller the the cks, the mid are a bit more distant then the fx101 but the giutars sound great on them, the highs are very detailed,and the speed is amazing with a much more bigger sound stage,the 3d effects are amazing and this is all without burn in while listen to it for 10 minutes tongue.gif.....i am really sure that this earphone will be the boss of all bassy earphone.....oh i forgot to mention that the stock eartips sux,so be sure to change them out....i am using my monster supertips the white gel tips.tongue.gif
post #1950 of 32905
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Originally Posted by mochill View Post

Guess what everyone......i just got my fx3x in today and the only thing i can say is that it already sounds better then the cks and fx101s...its also revealing oc source material. The bass is a tad more fuller the the cks, the mid are a bit more distant then the fx101 but the giutars sound great on them, the highs are very detailed,and the speed is amazing with a much more bigger sound stage,the 3d effects are amazing and this is all without burn in while listen to it for 10 minutes tongue.gif.....i am really sure that this earphone will be the boss of all bassy earphone.....oh i forgot to mention that the stock eartips sux,so be sure to change them out....i am using my monster supertips the white gel tips.tongue.gif

 

 

I was curious about Monster tips and happened to have bought their expensive assortment at Staples on a whim. Can't wait to test them out on some IEMs.

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