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Originally Posted by rafaelroxalot View Post

But you think that t1 is better than t1-e?
I don't get it, the sub bass is the best thing about the t1e for me.
post #25772 of 32862
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But you think that t1 is better than t1-e?

 

Me? My personal preference 'thinks' T1 suits better for me than T1-E since I like bright headphone more than many bassy, warm and laidback pairs.

 

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Originally Posted by Hisoundfi View Post


I don't get it, the sub bass is the best thing about the t1e for me.
 
Oh if that is, you'll find the sub bass in T1 even more amazing.

Edited by peacewalker215 - 8/13/14 at 6:47pm
post #25773 of 32862
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Originally Posted by peacewalker215 View Post

Me? My personal preference 'thinks' T1 suits better for me than T1-E since I like bright headphone more than many bassy, warm and laidback pairs.
The specs, the description straight from the company States that the t1e has more extended bass than the first model. I don't think what you are hearing is consistent with their models designs.

Experiment with tips and see if that opinion or impression changes.

I'm not questioning your impressions based on what you're hearing, rather trying to rule out the variables that are causing you to come to this conclusion.
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Originally Posted by Hisoundfi View Post


The specs, the description straight from the company States that the t1e has more extended bass than the first model. I don't think what you are hearing is consistent with their models designs.

Experiment with tips and see if that opinion or impression changes.

I'm not questioning your impressions based on what you're hearing, rather trying to rule out the variables that are causing you to come to this conclusion.

 

I can say you're yet another victim of "company statement". TTPOD revamped the 2-month-old T1 since the feedback are not as good as expected. People need musical feeling (not sure if I'm using the right words) rather than dry, over-detailed sound of the T1. Thus the T1E rolled out.

 

And by the way, I carefully stated that the above conclusion was based on 'my personal preference'. I like how the T1 cares about low bass, sacrificing some mid bass for detailed mids and highs. The other's feeling about those pairs may vary, and it's my job to spill out MY OWN opinion, not others ;)

 

Peace.

post #25775 of 32862
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Originally Posted by rafaelroxalot View Post

where did you get yours?

Amazon, shenzinmusic or something like that was the seller.
post #25776 of 32862
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Originally Posted by bjaardker View Post

Amazon, shenzinmusic or something like that was the seller.
what color? Blue?
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Yes, why?
post #25778 of 32862
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Originally Posted by bjaardker View Post

Yes, why?
checking because maybe one color is having problems... Another user got blue ad was imbalanced...
post #25779 of 32862
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Originally Posted by Hisoundfi View Post

Try wide bore tips that seal good, I can almost guarantee that it will give you the bass you're looking for.

Hope this helps
what colora are yours man? The ttpods?
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Going away on(much needed) vacation Friday night, big decision, which headphones to take! Portable or iem(or both). Which music player. Ahhh, decisions, decisions...
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Originally Posted by doctorjazz View Post

Going away on(much needed) vacation Friday night, big decision, which headphones to take! Portable or iem(or both). Which music player. Ahhh, decisions, decisions...

take an autogenics cd, laptop and inter dimensional headphones or galactic oems, , both if possible.  dx90 and 

superears, and rent a trailer to take all of your gear so you won't be without..ha!

and have a great much deserved vacation!

post #25782 of 32862

 

 

Havi is very neutral and needs a good burn -in, but I hear potential. It does takes a lot of juice, however, to drive it properly. The DJE-1500, unfortunately, is giving me the same problems it gave DannyBai: fit issues. From what I could gather from my short listening session is that it is very bassy (definitely a dj earphone) with a wide soundstage. Compared to other things IEMs I've heard in that price range, I wasn't impressed with it out of the box. I'm sure fit issues have a lot to do with me being underwhelmed. It's already in the box to be shipped back. 

I love the CKR9, and now I finally have a CKR10 on the way. Hopefully I'll see/hear that tomorrow. The Havi has my interest at the moment. Happy listening.

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Originally Posted by ericp10 View Post
 

Havi is very neutral and needs a good burn -in, but I hear potential. It does takes a lot of juice, however, to drive it properly. The DJE-1500, unfortunately, is giving me the same problems it gave DannyBai: fit issues. From what I could gather from my short listening session is that it is very bassy (definitely a dj earphone) with a wide soundstage. Compared to other things IEMs I've heard in that price range, I wasn't impressed with it out of the box. I'm sure fit issues have a lot to do with me being underwhelmed. It's already in the box to be shipped back. 

I love the CKR9, and now I finally have a CKR10 on the way. Hopefully I'll see/hear that tomorrow. The Havi has my interest at the moment. Happy listening.

 

Yes, Havi B3 Pro I are amazing.  Very neutral and on a borderline of analytical level without being too bright/thin/peaky.  They are slightly warmer and have a bit more bass quantity than my HP150 (similar to HP100), just not as airy sound as those Soundmagic cans.  It's also interesting how they separated 4 wires in a ribbon cable fashion instead of a typical twist/braided.  You do need a good amping to get the best out of these, though they sound excellent from LO of X5 with E11k in low gain (don't need too much power).

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Wow two people with fit issues with the DJE1500! Did you use the default tips only Eric? I personally had to use different tips.

This IEM sounds much heavier out of the box, the bass does settle down with use while the rest of the signature blossoms. Were you able to give the IEM any burn in time? With UE tips I find the signature to be bassy but with very good mids and treble and as mentioned a massive sound stage.

Between you and Danny how do you compare this to the Sony XBA-H3? Personally I found that IEM to be even bassier with much less dynamics and a more neutral to recessed midrange.
Edited by dweaver - 8/14/14 at 12:09pm
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I tried alll my tips with the DJE1500's.  I found the UE tips to work best.

 

Compared to the H3, I found the bass of the Pioneers to have more impact, harder driving ability but I preferred the more laid back treble of the Sony and smoother midrange also.

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