Originally Posted by JiggaD369
So after spending the weekend with the Incase's, I decided I'll throw a short review out there for you guys.
I'm no audiophile but I know what sounds good and what doesn't. So judge this however you want. Take it with a grain of salt, baking soda, or pop rocks..whatever floats your boat.
I was strolling through a Marshall's on Friday with the girlfriend and these were just sitting there all b y themselves. I was like..what the heck. I hooked them up to the Rezound and the sound was decent to say the least. These had no box so no rpice or anything. Went up to checkout and they gave it to me for $5. Yeah, you read that right.
Anyways, feeding them through the Hifidiyme Sabre DAC, these get loud enough.
Aesthetics: Has a subtle silky feel to it. Very modern yet retro. I plan on extracting these drivers and fitting them in a nice pair of headphones when I get a chance. But they look decent.
Sound: I'm still in awe. The sound is just beautiful. I've never heard the drum sound better in my life. Soundstage makes me want to cry. Everything sounds so well placed and detailed, it's crazy. I don't want to say too much. I just wish my quest for a pair of IEMs end with this same exact sound in a IEM form.
Price: No comment.
Conclusion: Please order one up for yourself. You have to hear these!
I wonder how similar these are to the JVC HAS160B FLATS, available on Amazon for $11.99.
I came across these the other day at a local Head-Fi Meetup. Everyone there seemed to have the same reaction.
Put them and start the music... "Shock and Awe"! Take them off.... Look at them in disbelief.... And then put them back on! :)