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post #61 of 104
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Originally Posted by Jyoof View Post

 

Yes, mainstream is the word. GR02 is a more consumer friendly product, more for mainstream crowd. I let that friend of mine tried GR06 and Rockit R-50…she said they sound “hollow?”  I was like “Huh hollow?” Then after some clarification, I realized by “hollow” she means their sound is more spacious…more airy. She is not used to that kind of sound. She prefers GR02. 

 

As for GR06, I have been using the stock tips since last November. I have not tried others. Maybe I should go venture. wink.gif

I have been getting loads of 'mainstream' earphones lately and i prefer the GR06 to most of them. I can see were she comes from when saying the R50 are hollow (i have not tried but have other TWFK) and its not hollow but is a way to describe detailed and transparent i guess. It is quite easy to convert from the sound but was easy for me as i never enjoyed it. 

 

Yeh really start messing around with the tips!

post #62 of 104

Damn it try the TB EZQ and just be amazed how they literally transform to a high end in-ear.  My suggestion doesn't seem to get any bites and its all your loss.

I actually listen more to the GR06 now than my LCD-2.

post #63 of 104

What is TB EZQ? Noob here and still learning from you guys.

post #64 of 104

TB EZQ is a free simple EQ plugin you use at DSP in J River.

post #65 of 104

Cool. Thx Sweden.

post #66 of 104

How do these compare to the HiFiMAN RE-262? 

post #67 of 104
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Unfortunatley, I have never heard them do can not comment for you.
post #68 of 104
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Originally Posted by Swimsonny View Post

Unfortunatley, I have never heard them do can not comment for you.

I owned the RE-262 and it has great mids, and the bass is of high quality, it just doesn't have enough quantity for me and the treble is very good but too laid back. I want something that has good bass, strong mids, and treble that isn't too laid back. For the price the GR06 seems to be the best from what I read. I don't expect it to beat out the RE-262 in overall sound quality but I am hoping its bass and treble are in higher abundance. I already know the mids are very good on these.

post #69 of 104

where to buy  Phonac tips....please give a link

post #70 of 104
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These do have a very satisfying quantity of bass which should easily impress but it is on the looser spin of thing but great impact. You should have no worried with the bass and mids but I did find the treble to be a bit harsh and rolled off but I think as a package for the price you'll do fine and will really enjoy these. 

Another mid centric IEM is the shure se530 but that has the mids and very nice treble but not the bass.

Phonak tips can be had here, remember they may stay in your ears so have tweezers on hand:

http://www.audeoworld.com/en/GB/Products/Parts/Siliconeeartips.htm
post #71 of 104

I need to pay 21$ + Shipping for one tip...willing to pay if they provide good isolation.....please suggest

post #72 of 104
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They will not improve isolation at all, just sound quality in my opinion.
Your best bet for isolation is some triple flanges.
post #73 of 104

Hey anyone Headphoneus Supremus guys out there haha, or owners in general, does adjusting the nozzles of the Vsonic GR06 too much make them loose? I mean mine aren't but for future references. I had a hell of a time adjusting it to find the right angle of insertion into my ear canal and now its comfy ^^

post #74 of 104
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Originally Posted by tuanh714 View Post

Hey anyone Headphoneus Supremus guys out there haha, or owners in general, does adjusting the nozzles of the Vsonic GR06 too much make them loose? I mean mine aren't but for future references. I had a hell of a time adjusting it to find the right angle of insertion into my ear canal and now its comfy ^^

 

i adjust them everytime i wear them and they ain't loose or anything close to being loose.

post #75 of 104
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I no longer have them with me as they were a loan but u didn't see any issues with it forming, hopefully some owners will speak up as they will be able to help you more so!
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