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post #631 of 32905
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Originally Posted by david8613 View Post

was planning on doing this, I have the putty to do it aleady! 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmk-y_9exJ8&feature=youtube_gdata_player



sounds like a good idea, but a tad worried about what could happen to bass response as a result =S

post #632 of 32905
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Originally Posted by david8613 View Post

was planning on doing this, I have the putty to do it aleady! 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmk-y_9exJ8&feature=youtube_gdata_player



Where you buy the putty.?. Here is a little tip that will help get better sound for the isurus. I noticed with my JVC HAFX51 tips I use they have a smaller sound hole than the actual tip size.. SO what I would do is when it's time to puncture your hole.. Make a smaller one and see how it sounds..

post #633 of 32905

lol the seller who had the SHE9700 for under $10 on Amazon raised the price by a few dollars yesterday.

 

Good job Head Fi.  Inflated another FOTM.

post #634 of 32905

If anyone in Australia is interested, what looks like a rebrand of the Sound Squared Star is available at Woolworths this week for $6.

post #635 of 32905

I see a couple of people have mentioned that the Isurus has more dynamic bass than the SHE3580s. My question is, do the Isurus have the incredible extension that the Phillips have? I'm willing to give up some "in your face bass" to have the awesome sub-bass of the SHE3580s. I can always EQ the rest back in.

post #636 of 32905

I hear both the Isurus and Philips to extend about equally down low. The difference is really not in the reach but emphasis where the Philips has more kick in the sub bass. This does grab your attention as the nice trait of the Philips. Similar to a phone like the DUNU Hephaes which does the same thing calling more attention and focusing its emphasis lower down. The Isurus is more even across the bass range and that is where the Philips beats it providing more feel down low as compared to rest of the bass range.

post #637 of 32905
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Originally Posted by bjaardker View Post

I see a couple of people have mentioned that the Isurus has more dynamic bass than the SHE3580s. My question is, do the Isurus have the incredible extension that the Phillips have? I'm willing to give up some "in your face bass" to have the awesome sub-bass of the SHE3580s. I can always EQ the rest back in.



Get yourself the SHE9700 and I think you will be happy with the sound on these.. These are tuned better for overall sound of the She3580. the tonality of the sub bass on these SHE9700 is unbelievable. Super high quality bass and not only bass but the overall sound is just awesome. Even though the bass on the newer version of the SHE9700 the SHE9750 is the biggest by far.  The overall clean and better balance of the SHE9700 makes them a clear upgrade over the newer version the SHE9750. Now for anyone that wants BIG bass and are willing to sacrifice some clarity and detail of mids and highs. Try a SHE9750..These are BASS all the time always! 

post #638 of 32905

Took the plunge and got a pair of isurus' fo $22 today :)

Philips arrived today at the job, but I havent picked them up yet. cant wait!!! 

post #639 of 32905

People of Isurus, try this;

 

Remove the metal mesh

 

Use Stock tip, one size up

 

Put foam rolled inside, from a thin mouse pad, for example (with this i can now  adjust Isurus in my ear)

 

 

Additional you can emove the metal mesh.

 

 

 

I think diferents tips, dont improve SQ, just give us diferent signatures, better between then, depending of kind music.

 

 

My Isurus, is growing with burn-in.

 

Edited by pack21 - 1/11/12 at 2:53pm
post #640 of 32905

I used to have the she9850... can anyone compare them? What i miss about them are the mids.

post #641 of 32905
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It is very unfortunate that they cost $150 now. Otherwise even if they were $50 I would get them but at that price I just got a GR07 instead.

post #642 of 32905

they werent always that much. I got a few a ways back for 40 or 60... maybe i can get you a pair to test.

post #643 of 32905

Now Xeport 5010 vs SHE9700 for impactfull bass for hip hop and rap genre mostly.

post #644 of 32905
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Originally Posted by daveyostrow View Post

they werent always that much. I got a few a ways back for 40 or 60... maybe i can get you a pair to test.



 

Ya I read how guys were getting them for 50 or so. I only wish they were that much now. I would try one in a heartbeat. I am completely sold on these cheaper Philips earphones. The SHE3580 the SHE9700. 
 

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Originally Posted by Sneakily View Post

Now Xeport 5010 vs SHE9700 for impactfull bass for hip hop and rap genre mostly.



I can tell you the Xeport might have the bigger bass but I am willing to bet those can't touch the SQ of the SHE9700. If you listen to the the whole body of the tune you will be able to tell which has the better SQ. I think the SQ of the SHE9700 is exceptional. Crazy for the cost imo..

post #645 of 32905

what about the xeport 5010 vs she3580 which one has the better SQ? and does the xeport come with a package or is just in a plastic bag?

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