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Maybe the ones stating that the highs are veiled and the mids shouty are used to a veiled mid with a shouty high.



What?  No clue where you got this from... 

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guess you dont but from what I have read Many say the mids are shouty and the highs are not high enough. read from this forum and two people who have them here in Hong Kong. Now I am reading people installing toilet paper (tissue paper) or other home made materials to improve the sound of this earphone.
 

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What?  No clue where you got this from... 



 

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^If you they are not for your, they are not for you rolleyes.gif

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Originally Posted by bmiamihk View Post

guess you dont but from what I have read Many say the mids are shouty and the highs are not high enough. read from this forum and two people who have them here in Hong Kong. Now I am reading people installing toilet paper (tissue paper) or other home made materials to improve the sound of this earphone.
 



 


Oh, had to read it again, I get what you're saying now.  Your saying that users are used to one sound (veiled mids and more present highs and not forward mids with recessed highs).  I'm used to forward mids (love my Etymotic), but have also heard IEMs with recessed highs which show better presence than these at times. 

 

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I am patiently waiting for a custom tip review. I know some of you have them! (Looking at you Alpha)

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Veil -  To cover with or as if with a veil so to cover the highs. Tint - to color to cause to become darker so treble seems to be flat and not as high as desired.

first person to answer my question in 3 pages.

Thanks mate :)

 

I find them veiled then.

As "treble seems to be flat" is by far the opposite of what the asg-1's do.
 

 

 

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Haha
 

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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

first person to answer my question in 3 pages.

Thanks mate :)

 

I find them veiled then.

As "treble seems to be flat" is by far the opposite of what the asg-1's do.
 

 

 



 

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The treble is there only very polite biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by bmiamihk View Post

Maybe the ones stating that the highs are veiled and the mids shouty are used to a veiled mid with a shouty high.

Both statements are not necessarily linked.

I find ASG-1's mids shouty and have no issue with treble.

 

But no issue anymore with a little nozzle tissue mod, they've never sound so natural. wink.gif
 

 

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The treble is there only very polite biggrin.gif

your definition of polite my friend....lol
 

 

 

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What happens when you sweat and that paper gets moist?
 

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Both statements are not necessarily linked.

I find ASG-1's mids shouty and have no issue with treble.

 

But no issue anymore with a little nozzle tissue mod, they've never sound so natural. wink.gif
 

 



 

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What happens when you sweat and that paper gets moist?
 

we talking about earphones or women here? tongue.gif
 

 

 

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On one account its a good thing , the other not a good thing.

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we talking about earphones or women here? tongue.gif
 

 

 



 

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It's hard to explain really, it's like another flavor of sound, but retrieves the same detailing.  I think two tinted windows does the same thing effect (from the inside).  One is shifted this way, the other another way, but in the end, you still get the same (relative) picture of things.  A tint doesn't cover though (so it doesn't veil). Another way to think about it might be the coloration in the vocals (over the rest of the mids).


Ok, lemme give this a shot. My definition of "tint" or rather how I think it is being used the ASG-1 mids are really upfront and tend to "push back" the treble and bass. Not to the degree that it veils them, but to the point that it pushes them back in such a way that it gives them a "radio-like" static feel(therefore, I guess "tint" would be a good word to use).

 

Colouration is another way I would use to describe it.

 

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Originally Posted by bmiamihk View Post

On one account its a good thing , the other not a good thing.

now to think which one you find better or worse...:P

hehe

 

 

 



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Ok, lemme give this a shot. My definition of "tint" or rather how I think it is being used the ASG-1 mids are really upfront and tend to "push back" the treble and bass. Not to the degree that it veils them, but to the point that it pushes them back in such a way that it gives them a "radio-like" static feel(therefore, I guess "tint" would be a good word to use).

 

Colouration is another way I would use to describe it.

 

bass too?
For me bass...almost felt it had it's own driver for bass.
Like a dual BA


Edited by Totally Dubbed - 4/16/12 at 2:44am
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