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Posting a pretty jazz take on McCartney
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Originally Posted by ericp10 View Post

Interesting impressions Ds. What I've found - in general - too is that BA earphones tend to do better with tips that have a smaller diameter in its bore. The Heaven V might be the one exception (and TF10). But the W4, SE535, SE530, and BA200 all performed best this way to my ears. So the Heaven V come with tips with both wide and narrow bores. This morning I decided to give the magical FX850 a break and take the Doppio to work with me. I decided to the V large narrow bore tips on it and WOW! Perfect fit with excellent sub bass that doesn't obscure the wonderful transparency and clarity of the Doppio. I will hear the Tenore soon, but it's hard to believe it can outperform this Doppio. This may be the best dual BA earphone I've ever heard. It's amazing because I heard no bass for the first week of owning this BA earphone. It truly needed burn-in. Burn-in works. Too bad some of you non-believers won't even try it. 
I put the V narrow tips on the Doppio tonight and I'll be sticking with these tips. Nice Eric!
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OK, took a bunch of iems to compare at the computer, HI-Rez Dead, put the Earsonic 64 1st, didn't do it for me (don't get these yet...), next JVC 850 (using GO1K), end of comparisons, another night stuck at the computer with these fabulous sounding things in my ears, life is tough...
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Another headphone I don't think I REALLY heard before the GO 1K (the JVC Woodies, that is.)
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Monday afternoon I had a final. The FX850 arrived in the morning and though I should have been studying, they stayed in my ears until the exam was handed out.

I just couldn't get enough. The bass started a bit sloppy and one note-ish. By the time I got to class it's low end was already tightening up and bringing out the texture that I was hoping to get.
I can already tell that another 50-100 hours will really help them settle.
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The worst thing is I can imagine the FX750/850 being right up my street sound signature wise, and they look great but I wouldn't know how they fit etc. until I actually got them..

 

If they were sold by say Amazon UK I'd have no qualms in ordering.

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The worst thing is I can imagine the FX750/850 being right up my street sound signature wise, and they look great but I wouldn't know how they fit etc. until I actually got them..

 

If they were sold by say Amazon UK I'd have no qualms in ordering.

 

Word of advise: get the KC06A. The trick is to not even think about it. JUST DO IT!

(Mochill has gotten to me already dammit! But he's probably right, and I think they would be right up your alley)

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Word of advise: get the KC06A. The trick is to not even think about it. JUST DO IT!

(Mochill has gotten to me already dammit! But he's probably right, and I think they would be right up your alley)

How are the fit on those?

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Same as kc06 I suspect. Comfy up, down, or all around.
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The fit on the KC06 is great. Isolation on the other hand is below average. Should be the same for KC06A since the design is the same.
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The worst thing is I can imagine the FX750/850 being right up my street sound signature wise, and they look great but I wouldn't know how they fit etc. until I actually got them..

If they were sold by say Amazon UK I'd have no qualms in ordering.
if not fit good you could sell in classifieds for almost full price. It will sell fast im sure
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The new tips on the kc06A are magic, especially for the kc06a and other iems that doesn't isolate 😋😍😎
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NARMOO S1 DUEL DYNAMICS: from Narmoo.com 

 

after 50 hours or so burn in these ROCK!  Great pace and rhyhmn, good soundstage, good tonal accuracy, very musical.

they punch in way about their 44.00 cost direct from Narmoo and are a worthy addition to the fledgling company's IEMs.

They are clearer than the original Narmoo R1 and have  good fit in my ears. Very good repo of voices and

acoustic instruments, the convey emotional info in music.  .Kudos to the Narmoo team for putting together

such a musical phone at this price point.  I wouldn't hesitate to carry them around with me for on the go listening and

regular use. You forget you have them in your ears because you are bobbing to the music, a good sign! Like the Tenores,

these represent the art of fine tuning at an entry level of price and ushers in a new level of quality in listening through IEMS

for new or budget minded listeners....great job Narmoo! and thanks to DS for pointing these out to the headphone community!

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Thread Starter 

Glad your digging on them Dr blue. The Narmoo S1s are a solid upgrade on the older R1Ms for certain. I think guys that want to try something completely new with dual dynamic drivers. These have enough technicality and sound for our friends here on the discovery thread and all others on headfi. I am encouraged with Narmoos direction.

 

The S1s aren't the most refined but they are more satisfactory than I would like to admit. Especially considering their price.  I honestly believe Narmoo will continue to bring out better and better phones with ever new release of their phones. They match up with the Geek Out amazingly well and sound great on every dap I have tried them on. To be honest I have no idea if they continue to change as my pair has less than 100 hours on them. So it will be up to the early adapters to find out if they continue to tighten up and shine even more so.

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So I want to contribute with a new discovery. It impressed me so well, I can definitely say it sounds so much better than most high priced iems.

 

In the showcase: Philips SHE9710

 

 

 

This is the replacement to SHE9700 series. Comes in 4 different colors: Black, Blue, Red and White. I have tested tens of iems the same day, and out of all, price/performance these just rock. They cost about $20 in Japan, currently not available in the US. Multiple ATH, Sony, Denon, TDK, Philips headphones were tested at the same day. The track listened for all of them was Rush - The Wreckers. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClbE019cLNI

 

The reason for the track: It is a very complicated track, certain guitar tones, drums, synths are in depth and not easy to pick up. Base guitar is extremely prominent, along with the cymbals, which bring out whether the headphone can handle them with the exact tone. One of the parts I pay the most attention to in the song is at 1:00 minute mark (on actual recording, not sure of the youtube video), the guitar notes change for a split second, and that sound is very hard to produce. The Westone 3 does an amazing job in that respect, along with the Shure 1440 that I listen to most of the time. Philips SHE9710 comes very close to these headphones in that respect.

 

Vocals are literally in your face, amazing, I can feel as if Geddy is right in front of me, and talking with me. This for me is one of the most important aspects of headphones that produce the best sound for rock music. The instruments are a little bit on the back, as if you are listening to a concert of Rush. Vocals are so clear and well imaged that when Geddy shouts "Breakers roar" you can actually pick up the echo, truly amazing. The bass guitar is very prominent, it truly is wonderful, you can even hear the distortion on the strings, can not add more to this. Lead guitar as I mentioned before is wonderful as well. The drums kick with punch and brings the depth of the sound even further. 

 

Truly Philips made an amazing product. For the price this is literally unbeatable. As far as the bargain finds, this one beats the Sony MH1c by a couple of steps. They are very comfortable as well, go deep in the ear canal (about the same as Westone 3), and stays there. The issue with the cable would be that it is not a Y split, so you have to put it over back of the neck for the right ear. This would be the only downsides of the Philips SHE9710s. Cable seems to be of very high quality. The headphones comes with 3 eartips of S,M,L sizes, and a carrying case. 

 

More info at:

http://www.amazon.com/Philips-In-Ear-Headphone-formula-SHE9710/dp/B00EVINCIE

 

Official page:

http://www.philips.com.au/c/wireless-headphones/in-ear-headphones-she9710_98/prd/

 

I remember reading this post and had these on my radar since.  I decided to purchase them with my latest order from Amazon Jp.  I paid somewhere around $23 for them and I can't believe the sound I'm hearing out of these.  I don't think these are at the Tenore level but pretty close to the KC06 level.  Nice crispy treble, well extended bass, lively vocals and big stage.  I see these are around $80 on ebay and Amazon US but I would definitely recommend people adding these to their basket if ordering other items from Amazon Jp.  One negative so far is that it's a J-cord.  

 

 

 

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