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Wow :)   I have twin daughters as well :)  Head-Fi is going to grow in multiplying numbers :))

We better start the "Twin daughter fathers" thread to share our great experience :D

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We better start the "Twin daughter fathers" thread to share our great experience :D


Just thinking about that  :beyersmile:

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We better start the "Twin daughter fathers" thread to share our great experience biggrin.gif

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Just thinking about that  beyersmile.png

Good idea. I'd join.
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I am wondering if anyone in this thread compare Tenore and Singolos (I specifically want to know the soundstage, imaging and clarity)?

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I've noticed that the FAD Adagio III starts to get rave reviews here in Europe (UK especially). I know this is an "old" model in this thread but I'd like to know how they stikk up to the likes of Tenores, Gratitudes and the KC06. Impression like huge soundstage and great bass is always tempting.

 

They're less than $60 shipped from several sellers on Amazon.

 

So anyone still got them and like to share their thoughts?

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I've noticed that the FAD Adagio III starts to get rave reviews here in Europe (UK especially). I know this is an "old" model in this thread but I'd like to know how they stikk up to the likes of Tenores, Gratitudes and the KC06. Impression like huge soundstage and great bass is always tempting.

 

They're less than $60 shipped from several sellers on Amazon.

 

So anyone still got them and like to share their thoughts?

I had them from about a month, good soundstage and bass like they say. but i cant stand the harsh highs. showed promise of taming those highs using other tips (because the stock tips just doesnt do it). Then again, even with all tips that ive tried (m6, sony hybrids), I still couldnt tolerate the highs for long listening. So definitely tenore over adagio iii. Haven't listened to the ostry yet. :) 

hope this helps :)

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Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
 

I've noticed that the FAD Adagio III starts to get rave reviews here in Europe (UK especially). I know this is an "old" model in this thread but I'd like to know how they stikk up to the likes of Tenores, Gratitudes and the KC06. Impression like huge soundstage and great bass is always tempting.

 

They're less than $60 shipped from several sellers on Amazon.

 

So anyone still got them and like to share their thoughts?

Bass heavy. Very bass heavy. Little rolled up at top. Exciting listen though if you are into big bass

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Regards to the Adagio III, I remember bass and a flat soundstage, while I understand how some would say that it's rather large, I personally wouldn't call any phones without depth "Large".

In that regard alone the Ostrys already won. As for bass, I'd have to A/B next to the KC06As, but I remember slight bloating. Might be due to lack of burn-in, might be intended, but the A's have no such problem
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I had them from about a month, good soundstage and bass like they say. but i cant stand the harsh highs. showed promise of taming those highs using other tips (because the stock tips just doesnt do it). Then again, even with all tips that ive tried (m6, sony hybrids), I still couldnt tolerate the highs for long listening. So definitely tenore over adagio iii. Haven't listened to the ostry yet. :) 

hope this helps :)

Thanks. I find the Tenores to be maybe a bit to smoth for my taste. Everything helps :wink_face:

 

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Bass heavy. Very bass heavy. Little rolled up at top. Exciting listen though if you are into big bass

Thanks. Bass heavy like subbass heavy or midbass heavy? Is it a boomy bass or controlled?

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think about all the fun doctorjazz, you will have when you go on your RETOXIFICATION

TOUR of the music and gear later on....good to get cleaned out, clear your brain and body

and ears and then...

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Thanks. I find the Tenores to be maybe a bit to smoth for my taste. Everything helps :wink_face:

 

Thanks. Bass heavy like subbass heavy or midbass heavy? Is it a boomy bass or controlled?

Heaps of quantity in both subbass and midbass. Yeah, definitely a bit boomy, but at that level of quantity, it's kind of hard to control
It is a very fun IEM however

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Heaps of quantity in both subbass and midbass. Yeah, definitely a bit boomy, but at that level of quantity, it's kind of hard to control
It is a very fun IEM however

Thanks, seem as I need to keep looking then :beerchug:

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Really considering the Pandora Hope IV, while I was thinking about the VI, I found the many complaints about it's weight worrisome, and seeing as the IVs are not made of a full metal housing, it would be much less heavy. Plus I noticed there's a serious lack of reviews or even impressions on the in general, might take the risk and get a pair.
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I can't comment on the IV,but the VI is very comfortable,and I haven't liked the fit or feel of many headphones.Will get hot under there I'd guess,but that's a hazard of most closed over ear phones.Sat listening for a few hours last night,gave my older daughter some time with them and Daft Punk,she was floored(I have been as well,though it is a bit hard to get a handle on the sound,but I'm enjoying trying! Maybe my detoxed ears will help get the fine points clear.
Survived my first detoxification meal,a kale-banana-who-knows-what-else smoothie.wish I could say it wasn't so bad...barely finished it on my way to work.now I'm just waiting for the caffeine headache😎...boy,what we do for our kids.I don't HAVE to do this,trying to support her,she really wants to do this,and it's hard to detox if everyone else is toxifying.expecting to be able to leap tall buildings in a single bound by the end of the 2 weeks,and retoxifying should be fun.



































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The price drop seems to have made the HA-FX850 the #8 bestselling headphones on Amazon.co.jp.

 

Only 4 left in stock... hmm...

Is that US363.00?

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