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Originally Posted by Sylafari View Post

Well my master plan for the FX700s will have to be put on hold as I just blew out my wallet and purchased a Grado HF-2 >.> (It's not my fault! It was shiny! And there was wood on it!). Maybe I will have to sell the Sonys :-(


I've been wanting to give the EX1000 a listen again biggrin.gifwink.gif

 

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Originally Posted by Sylafari View Post

Well my master plan for the FX700s will have to be put on hold as I just blew out my wallet and purchased a Grado HF-2 >.> (It's not my fault! It was shiny! And there was wood on it!). Maybe I will have to sell the Sonys :-(


If you can't get to enjoying the EX1000s sound its just a waste to hold on to them... That's one expensive decoration you got there lol :). The FX700s are definitely more refined and better looking than the EX1000s.

 

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Reviving this thread for the excellent earphones discussed. The Sony MDR-EX1000 is one excellent high end earphone. Just love the way it handles the full spectrum, from bass to highs. Bass is full, punchy and sounds perfect. Highs are excellent without sounding either tinty or overdone. Mids are perfect. Excellent earphone!


Edited by Carlsan - 3/14/12 at 11:46am
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Reviving this thread for the excellent earphones discussed. The Sony MDR-EX1000 is one excellent high end earphone. Just love the way it handles the full spectrum, from bass to highs. Bass is full, punchy and sounds perfect. Highs are excellent without sounding either tinty or overdone. Mids are perfect. Excellent earphone!




 

 

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Best earphones I've heard!
That includes TF10, IE 80, FXT90, MG7.
The EX 1000 soundstage is large, wonderful depth, very detailed, and comfortable. I was concerned about harsh highs and lack of bass quantity. Although they are relatively bright phones, their sound is smooth and the bass is of high quality with great detail. Nothing is lacking!
I appreciate the mids are not recessed as in TF10/IE80.
Edited by olear - 3/14/12 at 1:38pm
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Edited by music_4321 - 3/14/12 at 4:11pm
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I'd highly recommend the meelec single flange tips, as they offer excellent fit and comfort.


Could u please confirm me again that the meelec fits the ex1000?

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