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Originally Posted by Swimsonny View Post

Yeh I was using EQu app which is a lot better than the default settings! But still didn't go down well..... It's fully customisable and stuff but it still just didn't do it for me

Yea, same result for me, but that's always the result for me no matter which IEM I try it with. I always end up thinking every IEM sounded better before I applied EQ lol.
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Well, I ended up going the custom route. ES5's. Will be interesting to see how the ASG-1 stacks up to the Westone when all's said and done. 

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Yea, same result for me, but that's always the result for me no matter which IEM I try it with. I always end up thinking every IEM sounded better before I applied EQ lol.


If done correctly, you can make these sound good with EQ, but I still prefer the sound without EQ. 

 

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If done correctly, you can make these sound good with EQ, but I still prefer the sound without EQ. 

 

Oh yeh just playing around a lil with my j3 I got some nice sounds but it just don't sound as right as it in EQued!
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Yea, same result for me, but that's always the result for me no matter which IEM I try it with. I always end up thinking every IEM sounded better before I applied EQ lol.
I know their in a different class of headphones but my school headphones, my super fi 3, so much better after a bit of the EQu app!
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Currently enjoying the "Shotters Nation" by Babyshambles immensely with my ASG-1's. They do wonders bringing forward to voice of Peter Doherty.

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you can make it sound good if he EQs it but you will settle for no EQ and just ok sound?
 

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If done correctly, you can make these sound good with EQ, but I still prefer the sound without EQ. 

 



 

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you can make it sound good if he EQs it but you will settle for no EQ and just ok sound?
 



 


He saying the sound better without eq which I agree with! Have you tried these?
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I EDQ everything I listen to and I enjoy it. I have not but I will when the 2 driver comes out. I have something similar which is the MG6Pros.

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He saying the sound better without eq which I agree with! Have you tried these?


 

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I EDQ everything I listen to and I enjoy it. I have not but I will when the 2 driver comes out. I have something similar which is the MG6Pros.



 


How do you know the MG6Pro is similar if you've never heard the Aurisonics before? 

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He saying the sound better without eq which I agree with! Have you tried these?


I like EQ'd sound more but the radio-like presentation of no EQ is really enjoyable sometimes.

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I like EQ'd sound more but the radio-like presentation of no EQ is really enjoyable sometimes.

Fair enough and I don't hear the radio like sound! I didn't get a chance to try the eq you said as I'm off to party wink.gif will definitely get round to it though! The filters should also be very interesting!
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I EDQ everything I listen to and I enjoy it. I have not but I will when the 2 driver comes out. I have something similar which is the MG6Pros.



 


All they share in common is a similar size large driver ahah!
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I like EQ'd sound more but the radio-like presentation of no EQ is really enjoyable sometimes.



I don't have the radio-like sound anylonger.  I did for the first day, but it's since subsided. 

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Hi There..  I'm a Spanish guitarist buying a sound system today. I wasn't sure which way to go as far as monitoring since I will be miking the guitar with a stereo mic set-up. I will be performing to backing tracks with no one else on stage. I originally wanted to use a wedge in front of the mics and bleed some sound back but then thought since I will have the mixing board by me (on stage) with no sound man was to go with IEM's to avoid a mess. I had the ASG-1's on my list. I have gigs lined up for 3 weeks from now and I'm starting to panic because I'm hearing about the shouty mids and hollow echoey sound. The last thing I want is my "woody acoustic" tone to be altered. I want to hear what I am putting out the front speakers. Is there an alternative IEM in this price or even just a bit more $ that doesn't have the forward mids? Just nice smooth and "natural"? Or do you think I could get away with using a wedge.   It's a set it and forget it type deal as far as the sound. Again.. I will have a stereo pair of mics directly on the guitar (cardoids) so bleeding should not be bad. Any advice from you or anyone would be so much appreciated! Just need to wrap up this deal as the dealer is starting to get irritated with my nit picking. Oh.. well.. just a tone freak I guess..lol

 

Thank you sir!

 

Morlock

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Hi There..  I'm a Spanish guitarist buying a sound system today. I wasn't sure which way to go as far as monitoring since I will be miking the guitar with a stereo mic set-up. I will be performing to backing tracks with no one else on stage. I originally wanted to use a wedge in front of the mics and bleed some sound back but then thought since I will have the mixing board by me (on stage) with no sound man was to go with IEM's to avoid a mess. I had the ASG-1's on my list. I have gigs lined up for 3 weeks from now and I'm starting to panic because I'm hearing about the shouty mids and hollow echoey sound. The last thing I want is my "woody acoustic" tone to be altered. I want to hear what I am putting out the front speakers. Is there an alternative IEM in this price or even just a bit more $ that doesn't have the forward mids? Just nice smooth and "natural"? Or do you think I could get away with using a wedge.   It's a set it and forget it type deal as far as the sound. Again.. I will have a stereo pair of mics directly on the guitar (cardoids) so bleeding should not be bad. Any advice from you or anyone would be so much appreciated! Just need to wrap up this deal as the dealer is starting to get irritated with my nit picking. Oh.. well.. just a tone freak I guess..lol

 

Thank you sir!

 

Morlock




Also.. I believe the IEM should sound awesome without adding a filter to fix the mids.

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I don't have the radio-like sound anylonger.  I did for the first day, but it's since subsided. 


Hmmm... That's good to hear, guess burn in helps

 



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Also.. I believe the IEM should sound awesome without adding a filter to fix the mids.


How about Audeo's? Do you mind them?

 

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