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post #106 of 134
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Originally Posted by fauaad View Post

Okay, I can't seem to figure out how to open up the GR02's pouch. Help, anyone? tongue.gif

LOL It has a clasp mechanism at the top - just squeeze it with hand

 

700

post #107 of 134
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Originally Posted by kova4a View Post

LOL It has a clasp mechanism at the top - just squeeze it with hand

 

700

 

 

I tried doing that. It felt like it'd break, so I left it alone. :p

post #108 of 134
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Originally Posted by fauaad View Post

Okay, I can't seem to figure out how to open up the GR02's pouch. Help, anyone? tongue.gif

Press both ends, it will split on the center  :D

post #109 of 134

Just got my replacements. They're half broken at the same place again. This is starting to piss me off.

post #110 of 134

Weird, my bag came with a basic draw string

post #111 of 134
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Originally Posted by Kbreeze View Post

Weird, my bag came with a basic draw string

It's probably from the latest batches and I guess like with the new VC02 Vsonic is now using pouches with a string. You're lucky as the previous spring clasp pouches were totally useless and just a PITA to use.

post #112 of 134
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Originally Posted by kova4a View Post

It's probably from the latest batches and I guess like with the new VC02 Vsonic is now using pouches with a string. You're lucky as the previous spring clasp pouches were totally useless and just a PITA to use.

thats what I thought.  Now they are use for my travelcard, quite thankful for the spring. :D

post #113 of 134
Is anyone having trouble with really harsh sibilance on the gr02?
Sometimes it's painful for me to hear...
Maybe burn in will help?
post #114 of 134
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Originally Posted by JekkoJay View Post

Is anyone having trouble with really harsh sibilance on the gr02?
Sometimes it's painful for me to hear...
Maybe burn in will help?

Odd cause I never had any sibilance in my GR02 BE. I'd burn them in and play around with the tips.
FWIW I burned mine in for 50+ hours before using them regularly, I use the large (?) stock tips, cyan colour.  

post #115 of 134
Hopefully I didn't get a defective one or something, because I honestly right now I'm not liking them.
Another problem aside from the piercing sibilance, around the high mids (snare drum, higher male voice range), it sounds like it's coming from a cheap speaker inside a cardboard box...
I'll try to burn them in with some pink noise or frequency sweeps, but I don't know.... I was really expecting more...
post #116 of 134
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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post


1.Average at best, depends on the kind of eartips you used. If you want really good isolation, none of VSONIC has it.

 

cant second this because i only own the gr06, but isolation is nowhere near as good against westones. (silicone tip comparison)

post #117 of 134
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Originally Posted by ss2625 View Post

 

cant second this because i only own the gr06, but isolation is nowhere near as good against westones. (silicone tip comparison)

 

 

Can or cant? :)

 

'Average at best' means 'average is the best they can do and likely will be below average'. Average is around -20dB to -26dB in my book, where most IEM can provide. Westone generally is highly isolated, above -26dB and mostly in the -30dB region. So there is really nothing contradicting your observation and mine and I am not sure what you can't agree on.


Edited by ClieOS - 12/24/12 at 3:40am
post #118 of 134

"can"

sorry must have typed the t by mistake.

i completely agree with ur isolation evaluation ^^

post #119 of 134

I'm thinking of getting the Vsonic GR01 as I'm starting to dislike the flat cabling of Sony's MH1C. The micro-phonics is really irritating me to the point where I can't really listen to the music while simply walking at a normal pace. 

 

The dynamic driver of the MH1C has a sound signature that is warm and sweet. When listening to music, it's non-fatiguing, relaxing, very enjoyable and pleasing to my ears. Hence, I'm looking for a similar sound signature. So far the GR01 ticks the right boxes as BA version.

 

So going to ask those who have both to provide feedback and comments comparing the two.

 

Steve

post #120 of 134
Is Vsonic gr06 is good for metal/rock and some acoustic genre? Vocal, bass is presence, hear every details and separate instrument? Cause I look at lot of forum, people recommend this for my music.
Edited by MusixLover - 4/19/13 at 6:29pm
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