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Welcome back eke! lol :-)
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Listen to Foo Fighters' Rope with the H3.
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Lol. I haven't A/B'ed yet, but the H3 can be had for a couple hundred bucks cheaper than the G2. I don't even know if the G2 is better than the H3, or by how much (little).

 

Remember when I told you to "just do it" for the H-200? 

 

Just do it.

 

Ouch. That's pretty much a dagger straight to my heart wallet! :eek:

 

You, eric, danny, dsnuts, vlenbo, others... resistance wilting...


Edited by waynes world - 1/18/14 at 6:50pm
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Ouch. That's pretty much a dagger straight to my heart wallet! eek.gif

You, eric, danny, dsnuts, others... resistance wilting...
*whistles*
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Ouch. That's pretty much a dagger straight to my heart wallet! :eek:

 

You, eric, danny, dsnuts, others... resistance wilting...


Don't worry i got yo' back. ;)

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

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The DUNU DN1K is just fine for me thank you. Sounds pretty awesome, comes with boatloads of accessories and tips, it's fit is awesome without being Frankensteinish like a hybrid I know, and it's about $150 cheaper.
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*whistles*

 

Lol. Fixed that :)

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The DUNU DN1K is just fine for me thank you. Sounds pretty awesome, comes with boatloads of accessories and tips, it's fit is awesome without being Frankensteinish like a hybrid I know, and it's about $150 cheaper.

 

For now...

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The DUNU DN1K is just fine for me thank you. Sounds pretty awesome, comes with boatloads of accessories and tips, it's fit is awesome without being Frankensteinish like a hybrid I know, and it's about $150 cheaper.

 

 

*a wild IEMagnet01 appears*

 

*IEMagnet01 uses passive-aggressive put-down*

 

How will eke2k6 respond?

 

 

Attack      Agree

 

Cry          -> Block List.

 

 

 

lol, just kidding. The H3 really is awesome though.


Edited by eke2k6 - 1/18/14 at 6:54pm
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For now...

+1. In this hobby, isn't it always like that?
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*a wild IEMagnet01 appears*

*IEMagnet01 uses passive-aggressive put-down*

How will eke2k6 respond?


Attack      Agree

Cry          -> Block List.



lol, just kidding. The H3 really is awesome though.

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wink.gif glad to hear you're so bowled over by the H3. I was hopin James hadn't succumbed to dementia when he said their performance was befitting of TOTL status. Also glad to see that some people have seen the light of FAD's single driver stuff. Even after all this time, I still think the Heaven S and VI were two of the most bewitching/beguiling phones I've ever heard
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Hisoundaudio flagship iem called the golden crystals ...has 5mm dynamic drivers,aluminum body, silver plated copper wires and are so tiny😎...the soundstage is already bigger then the dnk and clarity is already better as well out of the box😲
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Originally Posted by DannyBai View Post

I love the ZA Doppio's and can't add much more than what Ds and ericp have already said but it has good bass and extends quite deep but don't expect dynamic type bass. Very clean, clear sound that's different than most earphones I own. Different in a very good way.

The other earphone that I received with the Doppio's has completely blown me away though. Maybe because I never expected it. FAD Heaven V Aging has a higher end sound that shouldn't be possible coming from a single armature driver. The depth I hear is nuts. Everything sounds natural and in its place. Drums sound real and it's made for voices. Treble doesn't sound extended like the Doppio's but there's no lack of clarity. Instruments are clearly made out. I feel like I'm listening to something that should cost $500+. No joke. Don't take this as hype since I do that well. This earphone really needs to be heard. I'm sure I've said that many times before but man this is a REAL sound.


1)I'm "on strike" with HiSound, never had a worse experience with a purchase than I had with the Studio Anniversary dap. Don't think I'd buy from them again if they were made of solid gold and sold for $15 (well, maybe then...)


2)The FAD's have been on my radar for a while, whatever I've read about them had me thinking they'd be like you describe, had some used ones from the forums that I almost went fora few times (too lazy to go Tenso)...the Heaven IV and VI seem to also get very passionate responses, they are on my list of "next level" headphones to consider/purchase, sounds more interesting now...

3)Hate the Patriots (as every self respecting Jets fan must), go Denver

4)Just back from Jazz Standard, great show, Cyrus Chestnut has some incredible chops (though, if I have to rate, which I generally do, the Steven Bernstein show was even more fun). Live music, man, ain't no headphones/speakers/amps/turntables make a sound like that. The cymbals cut without being abrasive. The bass has body and weight, palpability, "sharp edges" to the notes, don't bleed into the other sounds, the piano is rich, dynamics are wild. Good to hear it, cleanse the palate, so to speak (and, there really isn't much of a soundstage in a narrow jazz club, since it has a narrow stage. Know what? Don't matter. I think sometimes the wide soundstage we all love is an artifact (I mentioned earlier, with the Shure 1540, I thought they didn't do the soundstage thing much, until I heard them play a Brahms symphony, wow! Seems like it does the wide stage thing only when it was there on the recording, as it should be).
Edited by doctorjazz - 1/18/14 at 7:22pm
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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post
 

 

Lol. Fixed that :)

Thanks, :D

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Having some "Oh s**t" moments with the H3:

 

 

THANK YOU, something I can listen to while I play a game briefly..

 

Too bad my ear is damaged from pulling the xba-h3 from my ear by accident..

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*a wild IEMagnet01 appears*

 

*IEMagnet01 uses passive-aggressive put-down*

 

How will eke2k6 respond?

 

 

Attack      Agree

 

Cry          -> Block List.

 

 

 

lol, just kidding. The H3 really is awesome though.

So is that bass, isn't it? :) Just as good as the mids and highs, this iem does it flawlessly imo. Thick sound, but refined and clear to the point where everything sounds natural to me, that is...until I try those heavens!

 

The highs have a good depth to them, as well as having that detail that is amiss with most earphones...

 

I truly love the design, build, and sound of this hybrid, my very first hybrid. Too bad I can't listen to it for another day. Using headphones to recover my ear.


Edited by vlenbo - 1/18/14 at 7:24pm
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I truly love the design, build, and sound of this hybrid, my very first hybrid. Too bad I can't listen to it for another day. Using headphones to recover my ear.

 

What's the deal with the ear vlenbo?

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What's the deal with the ear vlenbo?

 

After a few hours, the earphones began to feel uncomfortable and applied a bit too much pressure on my inner ear. Before I removed it, I wanted to clear my desk right away, and due to my swiftness, I tugged the cable a bit too hard and fast. Thus, resulting in an injured ear, it's annoying to even insert the earphone without feeling the sting of the injury. Not the earphone's fault though, just human error, lol. 

 

I will warn people this though.

 

The stock tips do enough to provide a comfortable experience in the long run. After two hours or so, it does become uncomfortable to use, but I think it's because I inserted it a bit too deep. These fit like a glove for me, I can feel the tips pressing against my acoustic meatus wall. I will tip roll as soon as it recovers. 

 

Edit: this is just me though, if you have stronger ears, or do not seal your ears as deep as I do, then...you're good! 

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