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post #451 of 32908

@Joe Bloggs thanks, now i should enjoy my phone as it is (my SHE3570), because on what i hear, i definitely hear something on my previous earbuds and headphones that i cannot hear on my 3570s (might be called soundstage), and the treble/sibilance are a bit strong, so i need to burn them till they stabilize, but the clarity and bass are pretty good, if not ok.. and thanks by the way

post #452 of 32908

I would also say to those who are finding the SHE3580s unremarkable, throw a little EQ at that bottom end. It's not soundstage or sparkle that really makes these stand out. While they're remarkably good at those qualities for their price, it's SHE3580's ability to produce incredible sub-bass frequencies that makes these IEMs so much fun to listen to and turn them into an unbelievable value. 

post #453 of 32908
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Originally Posted by Dsnuts View Post

@blupblup they do sound like your normal sounding earphones but where they start to shine is when you start spending some time with them. If you just sample how they sound they are not gonna stand out much. Listen to them for several hours on a variety of tunes and you will understand why we are excited about them. I think for both of these iems our brains have to adjust to the sounds and that is when sparks may fly. But if that point never happens than these are not gonna impress anyone.

 

 

 

 

I know, That's a fair point.

Like anything you have to get used to the sound sig and listen to them a lot.

I have listened more since I first posted earlier and I have to say that for the price they are pretty good IMO... I was a little harsh.

The are not muddy like many low priced earphones and while they're not exciting or fantastic or "Giant-killers", they certainly are brilliant for their price and I think for this kind of money, you'd be hard-pressed to find anything this good.

 

These will do for just being thrown in a bag or stuffed in a pocket, something that cannot be said about higher priced sets.

 

I mean when I'm at home I will not listen to these over my FXT90's, but these are a great, light little set that will do for travel and convenience.

 

 

Thanks for pointing them out.

 

I was a little harsh on them and think with time, I will grow to like them a little more.
 

 

post #454 of 32908

my isurus are much better now that i have burn them all weekend, they need a serious burn... i didnt pick up the monoprice they were not in stock at the time but now are back. i would like to know how they compare to the isurus and phillips.... dsnuts i brought so many buds these past few days, all because of you, thanks... any recommendations on budget cans ? 

post #455 of 32908
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What type of music you into? I can help you in that department. Well I can tell you the other MP phones their DJ cans for $21 is a very awesome deal. If you are on their web site to order the MP8320 and you want a good headphone try out their DJ cans 8323.   Those are kicker HP541 rebrands and for that amount of cash is a stupid great buy.


Edited by Dsnuts - 1/3/12 at 12:55pm
post #456 of 32908

SERIOUSLY! the burn is so important with some of these buds, i also picked some meelectronics m6p, hated them out the box! the highs were like razors!!! after a good long burn with some bass pumpin house and dance, all is good now there in my top 3 now! burn burn baby burn!!!

post #457 of 32908

What has improved with you burn in? I've burned for ~15 hours, no noticeably improvements.

post #458 of 32908

Guys listen to this song and tell me are you hearing a harshness when drop comes? It it somewhere in bass area,I don't know how to explain.

post #459 of 32908

i have over a hundred hours and i still don't think they are ready; they are listenable, in fact detail is really top notch. i wonder, nipit, if the wiring isn't wrong on your set like the mic is on all the time. i'd consider re-cabling these or returning them in exchange. i put the stock tips on for a moment today; seal wasn't very good and it just sounded bright but these never have sounded "underwater" what ever tips or how long the burn has gone on.

post #460 of 32908

btw the sync in that track has a waver, it's not a pure tone.

post #461 of 32908

 

I followed the herd and gave the Isurus a shot. Played them for a few songs on stock tips and several others but could tell I wasn't getting a proper seal as the bass was flat and the highs were sharp. I tried some bi-flange tips I had and it made all the difference in the world. I think due to the long stem and how it rests on your ear it really is creating a crap seal.

 

I have not spent a long time using these and no burn-in. But I did want to relate that they are decent phones. interesting soung signature with a lot of energy in the treble. I do find them a bit bright but nothing like some are describing.

 

For the $22 I spent, it was a good buy and will make perfect phones for the gym.

post #462 of 32908

I don't think that microphone is the problem of sound.

Can anyone confirm that with burn-in time treble harshness disappeared?


Edited by nipit - 1/3/12 at 4:41pm
post #463 of 32908
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I don't think that microphone is the problem of sound.

Can anyone confirm that with burn-in time treble harshness disappeared?

 

Better tips help a lot more than burn-in imo but I did find they do get better after a whole day of burning but they were still harsh. I have about ~60hrs on mines and they are night and day from when I first listened to them. Still hoping they will get better with more burn in.

post #464 of 32908

You don't need to start that "tips" thing. I have ton of tips and tried them all, same sound ~.

Now I noticed some difference too, that is after burn in. Bass is more controlled, less harshness on treble. It looks like burn-in isn't a myth after all. hm...

post #465 of 32908
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Originally Posted by Dsnuts View Post

What type of music you into? I can help you in that department. Well I can tell you the other MP phones their DJ cans for $21 is a very awesome deal. If you are on their web site to order the MP8320 and you want a good headphone try out their DJ cans 8323.   Those are kicker HP541 rebrands and for that amount of cash is a stupid great buy.



Deez, I've been looking for a closed pair of circumaurals for work. I'll be using them to listen to mostly Progressive House, Dubstep, Electro, and Trance. I'm really liking the SHE3580 sound sig when I EQ up the bass, but don't like using IEMs at work. Do you think those MP 8323 DJ cans are a decent option for those music types?

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