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post #571 of 32904
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Originally Posted by GigaFi View Post

Newegg does not have these in stock...do they?
 



 



 

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826254005

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826254006

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826254007

Umm.. I'd say so. lol

post #572 of 32904

Maybe they were a top seller before this thread?

 

Does no one here have both the CKM99/77s and these? There's an ebay listing that has them(the 99s) for $110. Yes, I've looked...

 

Of course, if they have the same driver that doesn't seem like such a great value.wink.gif

post #573 of 32904

Used the SHE 3575 more today. Wow these things have BASS, pretty good for dubstep. But compared the the Isurus the treble and mids are veiled. I like the spicy treble of Isurus. And these things (3575) are hella comfortable. Has anyone noticed discomfort wearing the Isurus? I'm using the sony hybrid tips. I feel like they're not supposed to fit. Also I get this sting in my ears when using the Isurus, and not when using the SHE 3575. Is that called sibilance?

post #574 of 32904

Hey ds (or anyone else), do you know how the SHE9700 stacks up to the klipsch S4, Turbine, or Hippo VB in terms of bass? Need a bass pair and considering those (mainly the hippo)

post #575 of 32904
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Originally Posted by Dsnuts View Post

21XwRoY+LqL._SL500_AA300_.jpg  $25 Amazon.  OH Damn!! These are kick ass!!. WOW!!. SHE9700.. Talk about impressive. These have a very similar sound to the SHE3580 but with bigger bass. Bassy done proper with overall smooth clean balance to boot. Call me impressed!.. OMG. Wow! I am so impressed with these.!! Sounds just too good to believe.Only issue. These have that J cord  and short 2ft with an extension. Thumbs up huge on these guys. You want a bassier She3580 done right these are it. The SHE9551 I had before has nothing on these. Forget those oneil ones these are what are proper..The sub bass on these are so clean and big it just brings a huge smile. Also the highs and mids are properly proportioned and smooth sounding much like the SHE3580... Keepers!.  Feq 6hz-23.5khz  103db sensitivity  16ohm  3 sized tips and come with case and extension.  WORTHY!  Next up the SHE9500


Haha, I've had the SHE9700 for years and they are nice phones. These have been the standard IEMs that came with Philips DAPs a few years ago. That said, I don't think anyone should need more bass than the SHE3580's. wink.gif

post #576 of 32904
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You should have suggested these to us new Philips fans James. I have been listening to the SHE9700. .Astounding. These are unreal great sounding. I can't find anything that is off on these at all in fact on careful listening of the 2 detail on the SHE9700 wins. That being said the detail on the SHE3570 is very satisfactory as well.  Looking at the 2 earphones the SHE3580 and the SHE9700.

 

It wouldn't surprise me if both of these are using the same drivers. The housing diameter is exactly the same with almost the same sound.  I think the SHE9700 has a better housing design for acoustics. The overall sound on the SHE9700 is a bit cleaner sounding. The housing has double the room of the SHe3580 the SHE9700 has more detail and a bit more defined on both ends. Otherwise the sound is almost exactly the same.

 

Think of the SHE9700 as the SHE3580 plus.  Both are great sounding earphones and I would consider the SHE9700 a bit more refined sounding SHE3580.. If you guys just want one for casual listening save the money and just get a SHE3580 and save yourself $15. But if you already have a SHE3580 and want a bit more refined version. That would be the SHE9700.


Edited by Dsnuts - 1/8/12 at 9:53am
post #577 of 32904

Another day of burn in for the Isurus, and another night of listening. Sibilance is nearly gone now. Switched out the duo flange from some larger diameter gray singles (source unknown) and they seal nice w/o compression effect. I'm finding it harder to fall asleep now, as I want to just keep listening! Currently burning in the Philips for the day to give them some time to settle in. Both of these are killer deals..or is that "steals"? wink_face.gif

post #578 of 32904
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Originally Posted by quisxx View Post

Hey ds (or anyone else), do you know how the SHE9700 stacks up to the klipsch S4, Turbine, or Hippo VB in terms of bass? Need a bass pair and considering those (mainly the hippo)



I am a bass head myself but I have to admit I appreciate bass done right with nothing else being sacrificed more so than just having big bass to have big bass. If the Hippo is similar to the Xeport 5010 as they share the same housing with back plates and such. Save yourself the money and get yourself the XePort 5010. Will save you much cash and get you probably the same sound. The Xeport 5010 will set you back around $20 ordered through their web site and has some of the biggest bass I have ever heard in an earphone but has an overall good solid sound for a bassy phone. With money saved throw in another $10 and get yourself the Philips SHE3580.. You might actually end up liking the bassy sounds of the SHE3580 more so.
 

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Another day of burn in for the Isurus, and another night of listening. Sibilance is nearly gone now. Switched out the duo flange from some larger diameter gray singles (source unknown) and they seal nice w/o compression effect. I'm finding it harder to fall asleep now, as I want to just keep listening! Currently burning in the Philips for the day to give them some time to settle in. Both of these are killer deals..or is that "steals"? wink_face.gif


Nice. It does me good to hear you guys enjoying one of my suggestions..

 

post #579 of 32904

Burning my Philips in but yet to listen to it today after. I did have treble harshness issues with the 3580 early on. Isurus at times did have sibilance but the Philips was pretty strident and fatiguing for me even though no real sibilance. Quite bright and harsh unless listening at low volumes. Should be settling down though. Didn't investigate exactly why since it would probably go away. Odd though; silver cabled TF10, EX600 foam out of the nozzle, Carvin EM902(even more treble than foam-less EX600), Isurus yet the 3580 treble bothered me after 5 minutes or so.

 

Anyone want to try these...

http://www.macmall.com/p/Philips-Head-Phones/product~dpno~8919490~pdp.gjegagh

They seem to be new to the US at least and not in stock yet(that I saw anyway). I like that they have a cord slider and the cord snaps together to avoid tangling. Look like they may be worth a try.

post #580 of 32904
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Originally Posted by Dsnuts View Post



I am a bass head myself but I have to admit I appreciate bass done right with nothing else being sacrificed more so than just having big bass to have big bass. If the Hippo is similar to the Xeport 5010 as they share the same housing with back plates and such. Save yourself the money and get yourself the XePort 5010. Will save you much cash and get you probably the same sound. The Xeport 5010 will set you back around $20 ordered through their web site and has some of the biggest bass I have ever heard in an earphone but has an overall good solid sound for a bassy phone. With money saved throw in another $10 and get yourself the Philips SHE3580.. You might actually end up liking the bassy sounds of the SHE3580 more so.
 


Nice. It does me good to hear you guys enjoying one of my suggestions..

 



I'm a bit confused now. You're reccomending the 3580 over the 9700 for bass?

post #581 of 32904

Just saw mention of the Themals over at anythingbutipod It's a "Movement" lol

post #582 of 32904
Thread Starter 

They have almost the same amount of bass and almost the exact same sound signature. For bassy tunes the difference in sounds on either the SHE3580 or the SHE9700 is marginal at best. The She9700 does have a bit more mid bass punch and is more defined in the sub bass but we are talking marginal difference.  So you might as well save the money and get a SHE3580 is what I was thinking. But if you don't mind spending to get a bit more refined version then go for the SHE9700 the bass is very satisfactory and sub bass tonality that is unheard of at this price range..Choices choices.


Edited by Dsnuts - 1/8/12 at 11:36am
post #583 of 32904

Dude, I gotta stop reading threads that you start. Every time I go into one there is a new IEM I want to check out lol. Now it's between the

SHE9700

XePort 5010

Monoprice 8320 (Yes I happen to stumble upon a thread where you mentioned these also lol)

And lastly the Hippo VB

Wish I didn't spend soo much on clothes and shoes recently. Then I could just get them all and see which has the BASS I'm looking for lol  :)

post #584 of 32904

Removing the wire mesh of nose,  can reduce the simbilance in Isurus?


Edited by pack21 - 1/8/12 at 1:14pm
post #585 of 32904

wut

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