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post #16 of 29
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Originally Posted by stevegoh85 View Post

 

It been a while since i last log in.

 

Yes i have burnt in it and it is running about 50 hours now. The vocal are much smoother now.

Btw, are you Adagio 2 users as well?

 

What color are you using?

Unfortunately but was commenting on other IEM experience.

 

I can pick these up for $50 though, the 3 for $70 or the V for $100, if any i will probably go for the V!

post #17 of 29

they provide amazing ear pieces, however not famous in the community and industry, i guess that is their big lacking point

post #18 of 29
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Originally Posted by Swimsonny View Post

Unfortunately but was commenting on other IEM experience.

 

I can pick these up for $50 though, the 3 for $70 or the V for $100, if any i will probably go for the V!

 

Your price is good, is there review price or street prices? I didn't test the V, is it worth to upgrade it? V have nicer body to me.

I tested other brand today, it is HifiMan HE272, what is your comments?

post #19 of 29
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Originally Posted by stevegoh85 View Post

 

Your price is good, is there review price or street prices? I didn't test the V, is it worth to upgrade it? V have nicer body to me.

I tested other brand today, it is HifiMan HE272, what is your comments?

Unfortunately i have not tried any of the mentioned IEMs. The price i get is as you said a special price. If you listen to the Vs and think they are worth it, then its up to you. Yes the body does look nicer but many people struggle with the fit of these.

 

The 272 is meant to be a very nice earphone, very highly regarded, what did you think of it?

post #20 of 29
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Originally Posted by SpringBiscuit View Post

they provide amazing ear pieces, however not famous in the community and industry, i guess that is their big lacking point

 

Ya, quite true.

post #21 of 29

Anyone here tried the Heaven S?...how does it compare to the Monster Turbine Copper Pro?

post #22 of 29

i tried better, but i didnt have a compare with copper pro.
Heaven S provides great balance in term of treble, mid and bass, it is very close to EQ7 sound, however with more speed, impact and bass

post #23 of 29
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Originally Posted by SpringBiscuit View Post

i tried better, but i didnt have a compare with copper pro.
Heaven S provides great balance in term of treble, mid and bass, it is very close to EQ7 sound, however with more speed, impact and bass

 

Thanks for the feedback SpringBuscuit....I just ordered the Heaven S.

post #24 of 29
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Originally Posted by Sparhawk69 View Post

 

Thanks for the feedback SpringBuscuit....I just ordered the Heaven S.


no problem =)
do post your impression on FAD appreciation thread too 

post #25 of 29

I just got my pair of Adagio II, Thanks for stevegoh85 to introduce AdagioII !

Try it and love it!! 

post #26 of 29

Glad you love Adagio 2. It has some very great bass reproduction in this range. 


Edited by walabies83 - 8/5/12 at 7:32am
post #27 of 29

I tried both and found that Heaven S sound a lot better.

The design looks good also. I really like the classy looks, it looks really luxury XD.

post #28 of 29

Hiio! are there any sonic differences between adagio ii and the adagio iii?

post #29 of 29

I had both and I would say Adagio 2 and Adagio 3 is a total different beast.

Adagio 2 has more 'pop-cultured' (stronger mid bass) type of bass while Adagio 3 is more balance, more tamed down signature.

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