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post #16 of 31
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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post

JVC FX40


+1

 

$18 and more detail than most of the others i've listened to.

post #17 of 31
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Originally Posted by dnullify View Post


+1

 

$18 and more detail than most of the others i've listened to.

Which are?

Even though perhaps the FXC40 is a good value for it's price, I don't see it beating a TWFK-driver any soon, especially the likes of Brainwavz B2 and CK10...

 

Their technical capabilities are just too far apart... and so is the price-range...

post #18 of 31
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Originally Posted by Xinn3r View Post

Which are?

Even though perhaps the FXC40 is a good value for it's price, I don't see it beating a TWFK-driver any soon, especially the likes of Brainwavz B2 and CK10...

 

Their technical capabilities are just too far apart... and so is the price-range...

 

For what it's worth, it's no worse than the FXT90 in terms of detail, dynamics, etc. It also has a better sub-bass presence. I actually prefer it to the FXT90 before even factoring the price ratio.

post #19 of 31
I agree with Xinrr, I think as universals go, dba-02 must be pinnacle I detail at most prices. The transparency is beyond awesome. I'm sure th Fx40 is great but I doubts it's on a TWFK level
post #20 of 31
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Originally Posted by Xinn3r View Post

Which are?

Even though perhaps the FXC40 is a good value for it's price, I don't see it beating a TWFK-driver any soon, especially the likes of Brainwavz B2 and CK10...

 

Their technical capabilities are just too far apart... and so is the price-range...

I was just confirming a suggestion.


I don't have the widest experience, but i've listened to a few BA headphones. the FX40s are well above their price range in detail and clarity, and its nanotube infused microdriver isn't the typical dynamic driver.

 

that being said, it's $19 and i figured it wouldn't set the OP back that much to try. all the other typical analytical options were already suggested.


Edited by dnullify - 6/8/12 at 11:25am
post #21 of 31
Yeh there would be know harm in picking them up at that price
post #22 of 31
Thread Starter 

i have searched threads and got good information about ck10 and it's comparison with re0.

post #23 of 31

Can't go wrong with Sennheiser CX 475 for the price!

 

Regards!

post #24 of 31

Etymotic ER-4 for the win...

post #25 of 31

er4 if you can stand deep insertion

e-q5 if you cant.

post #26 of 31

For under your budget I say DBA-02/Fischer B2s, or RE-0.

 

For no budget the most detailed universal I've heard is Audio-Technica's CK100pro. That thing is violently revealing, more so than anything at or below its price bracket. I can't speak for the ultra high-end universals like the FI-BA-SS, K3003 or the Fitears to-go though.

post #27 of 31
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Originally Posted by dnullify View Post

I was just confirming a suggestion.


I don't have the widest experience, but i've listened to a few BA headphones. the FX40s are well above their price range in detail and clarity, and its nanotube infused microdriver isn't the typical dynamic driver.

 

that being said, it's $19 and i figured it wouldn't set the OP back that much to try. all the other typical analytical options were already suggested.

 

I'll double confirm that suggestion, they sound pretty close to the Magneplanar electrostatic door panels I was fooling around with 20 years back.

 

But it seems TS is not interested due perhaps to the lowly $20 prices,

 

May I suggest the FXD80Z then, even though it's only just released.  tongue.gif

 

PS: I've not heard these yet, thus the disclaimer!


Edited by Ghostfit - 6/14/12 at 12:55am
post #28 of 31
Thread Starter 

hey all those fx40 fans does this comes on par with re0 , dba-02 , er4p and other high-end earphone which counts for their clarity?

post #29 of 31
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Originally Posted by deepanshu830 View Post

hey all those fx40 fans does this comes on par with re0 , dba-02 , er4p and other high-end earphone which counts for their clarity?

 

 

If you can get FX40 for 20.00 or so, get that first. If it floats your boat, done. If not, you've not lost all that much. smile.gif

 

Besides, it's nice to have a beater set for different situations in the event you get something more costly and it proves heavenly.


Edited by FieldingMellish - 6/15/12 at 4:42am
post #30 of 31

You all know what I'm going to say, Rockit Sounds R-50.  For $119.99 you can't go wrong, its a more musical and fun sounding version of the DBA-02/B2 that still has all the detail and micro detail of those 2.  Uses a TWFK driver like the others and it has a very nice open and airy soundstage with good punchy bass.

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