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post #571 of 2761

All of the above makes me look forward to my ASGs arrival more and more.

 

Definitely looks like we're in for a good ride with Aurisonics.

post #572 of 2761

Excelent news. Theres no way I won't be upgrading from ASG-1 to ASG-2 when the time comes. Too curious about 2 drivers of this caliber in the same IEM.

post #573 of 2761

Pass the popcorn please biggrin.gif
 

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Consider me in for the full custom AS-2. popcorn.gif



 

post #574 of 2761

Definitely looking forward to all the future products. Looks like a new standard to follow is beginning to set.

post #575 of 2761

^You can say that again.

post #576 of 2761

I just spoke to Dale, and apparently he grew up close to where I went to college, and had a girlfriend from the same city. What a small world rolleyes.gif

post #577 of 2761

Hey Chief, where can these be bought?

Is it the same thing? : http://www.earphonesolutions.com/shpatrflslfo.html

TIA.
 

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Folks who have the ASG-1, try the monster triple flange on them. It's a very nice match.

 



 

 

post #578 of 2761

How does the isolation compared to Shure IEMs?  With Shure, I can barely hear anything even when music is not playing and that's what I loved most (isolation wise).

post #579 of 2761

Nope. They will never fit on the ASG-1. I think something like the following is what you're after:

http://www.amazon.com/Audio-Technica-Skullcandy-Sennheiser-Plantronics-Bluecell/dp/B005G0PEH8/ref=pd_sxp_grid_pt_1_1


Edited by alphaphoenix - 2/18/12 at 10:22pm
post #580 of 2761
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But please note that the upgrade will not be for everyone. The AS-1 series has a unique sound signature and one that you can grow to Love. The AS-2 will be a little different sounding with a more subtle midrange push and a bit more air on the top end while maintaining the rich lows.


Can they be neutral enough to serve as mixing (or even post-processing) monitors? That's the main -- or at least, most important -- use I have for my current set of customs.

 

 

 

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You guys owe me an apology ;)


Ah ah, not an apology, since we didn't badmouth you, but an admission: we were wrong; you were right. tongue.gif


Edited by Sinocelt - 2/18/12 at 10:24pm
post #581 of 2761

just pulled the trigger :D this website is not a friendly place for my wallet to visit..

is the asg-1 easy to drive? or should i get a fiio e11 to pair up with my sansa fuze :)


Edited by Spladox - 2/18/12 at 10:42pm
post #582 of 2761

Yes, easy to drive, but don't rule out amping.  You may be very pleasantly surprised. biggrin.gif

post #583 of 2761

I think that female vocals and guitar are the ASG-1's bread and butter, was listening to Beach House's Teen Dream and Victoria Legrand sounds awesome, same with Sleater Kinney's What's Mine is Yours, when Carrie Brownstein tore into that solo... got damn at that fuzztacular distortion... got damn 

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Consider me in for the full custom AS-2. popcorn.gif

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post #585 of 2761

I hope the ASG-1 will fit smallish ears???

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