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Hi, am I right that there's 2 version of the the Heaven Vl. The copper and gold. Is there a difference in sq between them. Please correct me if I'm wrong but if there is, I would appreciate some feedbacks. Thanks.
post #3872 of 4116
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Originally Posted by Leo888 View Post

Hi, am I right that there's 2 version of the the Heaven Vl. The copper and gold. Is there a difference in sq between them. Please correct me if I'm wrong but if there is, I would appreciate some feedbacks. Thanks.

 

By all accounts, the sound is the same. It is just a cosmetic difference.

post #3873 of 4116
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Originally Posted by cooperpwc View Post

By all accounts, the sound is the same. It is just a cosmetic difference.

Thanks cooperpwc for your thoughts.
post #3874 of 4116

Both versions of the Heaven VI use a copper tube for the body, and the gold is just a different exterior finish option, so yeah they should both sound the same. It's the same way with the Piano Forte X-CC and X-G.

post #3875 of 4116
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Originally Posted by MuppetFace View Post

Both versions of the Heaven VI use a copper tube for the body, and the gold is just a different exterior finish option, so yeah they should both sound the same. It's the same way with the Piano Forte X-CC and X-G.

Thanks Muppetface for chipping in.
post #3876 of 4116

Revisiting my earlier thoughts on the Heaven VI and hard rock, I'm sitting here listening to early Black Crows - the infamous band with the great sound but no great songs. It sounds... great. There's lots of edge.

 

This is just straight from the (remarkably powerful) X5. Really I think that one could just buy the X5 and Heaven VI and go home. I'm listening to this combination 90% of the the time. Throw in a couple of 64GB microSD cards, that's a nice little thousand dollar system. It sounds like a lot but people spend so much on multiple components (guilty as charged on my side). The X5 + Heaven VI is actually a cost-efficient high impact beast.

 

My two cents for the world.


Edited by cooperpwc - 3/13/14 at 1:48am
post #3877 of 4116
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Originally Posted by cooperpwc View Post
 

Revisiting my earlier thoughts on the Heaven VI and hard rock, I'm sitting here listening to early Black Crows - the infamous band with the great sound but no great songs. It sounds... great. There's lots of edge.

 

This is just straight from the (remarkably powerful) X5. Really I think that one could just buy the X5 and Heaven VI and go home. I'm listening to this combination 90% of the the time. Throw in a couple of 64GB microSD cards, that's a nice little thousand dollar system. It sounds like a lot but people spend so much on multiple components (guilty as charged on my side). The X5 + Heaven VI is actually a cost-efficient high impact beast.

 

My two cents for the world.

 

And I might pocket your two cents!

post #3878 of 4116
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The Lab 1 sounded very sweet to my ears

Tried it today as well. It''s very smooth and sweet but on the dark side and a little bit congested to my ears though quite wide to my other friend's ears that tried it.  Bass is good coming from just a dual BA. Build quality is fantastic. As for the aesthetic value, it looks a lot better in person. The pattern is not printed etc. It's grooved at each alternate square and actually pretty nice. Pictures so far here haven't done it justice. 

post #3879 of 4116
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Dark and a bit congested? Hmmm pretty peculiar coming from a top shelf FAD product...

On the flip side, I spent about 25 minutes with a friend's Pandora VI and really enjoyed it. Fantastic phone for the money, with engaging mids, a spacious presentation, and vivid layering. Was much more comfy than I was lead to believe as well. Just a shame that FAD dropped the ball on the sliding mechanisms on the ear cups, I mean I guess it can't be a FAD product unless one aspect of the phone completely befuddles you
post #3880 of 4116
I've looked on the web and no one seems to have a bad word to say about the Heaven V1. Except ergonomics and microphonic cable. Am I right in forming the impression that these IEM's are not really suitable for commuting? Many thanks.
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Originally Posted by krismusic View Post

I've looked on the web and no one seems to have a bad word to say about the Heaven V1. Except ergonomics and microphonic cable. Am I right in forming the impression that these IEM's are not really suitable for commuting? Many thanks.


They isolate pretty well, don't see why you couldn't use them on a bus/train/plane.

What's wrong with their ergonomics?

post #3882 of 4116
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They isolate pretty well, don't see why you couldn't use them on a bus/train/plane.
What's wrong with their ergonomics?
Thank you for the reply. I'm concerned about walking to and from the station. By ergonomics I was referring to the way the cable exits at an angle.
post #3883 of 4116
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Thank you for the reply. I'm concerned about walking to and from the station. By ergonomics I was referring to the way the cable exits at an angle.


I wear them cable down, no problem with that.

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Thank you for the reply. I'm concerned about walking to and from the station. By ergonomics I was referring to the way the cable exits at an angle.

Honestly, they are incredibly microphonic when I walk with them straight down. So, per someone's tip in this thread, I wear them as if I was wearing them down and then just loop the cable over my ears loosely. Super comfortable, doesn't look nearly as stupid as you would think, pretty much removes microphonics. Great sounding IEM otherwise.
post #3885 of 4116
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Originally Posted by vwinter View Post

Honestly, they are incredibly microphonic when I walk with them straight down. So, per someone's tip in this thread, I wear them as if I was wearing them down and then just loop the cable over my ears loosely. Super comfortable, doesn't look nearly as stupid as you would think, pretty much removes microphonics. Great sounding IEM otherwise.
Sounds loopy!wink.gif
Have you tried clipping the cable to your clothing?
Edited by krismusic - 3/15/14 at 6:39am
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