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post #76 of 88
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Originally Posted by Emospence View Post

The GR07s definitely have more bass, while not coming up short quality-wise.

 

Isolation is a below the Ety's, but that's no surprise as high isolation is one of the traits of Etys.

 

If the Etys isolation is 4.5, I would say the GR07s would land near 3.5, perhaps a little more.

up!appreciate!

 those GR07,maybe more fun signature then my HF5.i am looking to a primary IEM to couple with my Ety`s,so a analytical and a warm setup to the street walk-around should be fine for me.thanks Emospence

post #77 of 88
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Originally Posted by antberg View Post

up!appreciate!

 those GR07,maybe more fun signature then my HF5.i am looking to a primary IEM to couple with my Ety`s,so a analytical and a warm setup to the street walk-around should be fine for me.thanks Emospence

 

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post #78 of 88

IMO the gr07's arent a "wow" headphone.  its just overall really clear and the soundstage is excellent.  However, I do find them a bit boring and may want to sell them

post #79 of 88

vsonic gr07 are a really good IEM, my favorite..

post #80 of 88

How would you guys compare the GR07 to the Ultimate Ears 10 or RE0 ? Thanks! wink.gif


Edited by musiclife - 11/23/12 at 9:50pm
post #81 of 88

Better than both, though with a different sound than both.

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How would you guys compare the GR07 to the Ultimate Ears 10 or RE0 ? Thanks!

post #82 of 88
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How would you guys compare the GR07 to the Ultimate Ears 10 or RE0 ? Thanks! beyer_smile.gif

 

The GR07 has more bass and treble emphasis. 

post #83 of 88

Hi there, GR07 can be defined as an all-rounder?
 

post #84 of 88
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Hi there, GR07 can be defined as an all-rounder?

 

Definitely. One of the best.
post #85 of 88
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Hi there, GR07 can be defined as an all-rounder?
 


I will be listening mostly to electronic/house/trance music, so I think GR07 are basically perfect for me, and hard to beat in their price range. Will be getting them soon, thanks for advices guys!

 

EDIT: They are sold online under the GR07 MK2 name, is that the latest version?


Edited by musiclife - 1/14/13 at 7:05pm
post #86 of 88

i just broke my gr06 today and i am debating on getting the gr07

do you think the improvements are worth the extra $100?

cause did really like the gr06

post #87 of 88
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Hi there, GR07 can be defined as an all-rounder?
 

More or less.

post #88 of 88

I think they sound a bit better out of a warmer source. I prefer the rb'd ipod 5.5 to the J3, but I use the J3 because of the great battery life. The J3 is a bit cold as a source imo. The GR07s are fantastic all-arounders for the money, again imo. There is the occasional cable issue here and there with MKI, but this may have been eliminated with the release of MKII. I had mine re-terminated (but my local headphone shop here in Saigon only had straight plugs which I don't like). At any rate, I've had them almost a full year and I still hold them in high regard.
 

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