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These are nothing compared to other photos people have taken, but I like experimenting.



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Originally Posted by vwinter View Post  Monk, is that you?

 

Who?

 

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Originally Posted by vwinter View Post  Mr. Takai is a funny guy. Are your UERM custom colors or the standard clear with black shells?

 

Standard Black/Clear. It doesn't matter. He said that he liked beautiful "shapes", and apparently my ear impressions are unattractive.

 

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Originally Posted by ostewart View Post I like experimenting.

 

You may have crushed the blacks a tad bit too much. :wink: 

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haha, twas pitch black in the room ;) thanks

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Standard Black/Clear. It doesn't matter. He said that he liked beautiful "shapes", and apparently my ear impressions are unattractive.

 

I tend to agree with him that CIEMs as a whole look ugly. But when in use, all you see is the faceplates, and the UERM's standard ones look actually quite classy imo.

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Originally Posted by tomscy2000 View Post

Who?




Standard Black/Clear. It doesn't matter. He said that he liked beautiful "shapes", and apparently my ear impressions are unattractive.
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Originally Posted by james444 View Post

I tend to agree with him that CIEMs as a whole look ugly. But when in use, all you see is the faceplates, and the UERM's standard ones look actually quite classy imo.

I agree. That's why I got the standard black and clear too. I just like looking at them.

I like the UM white faceplates with metallic UM logo inlays too.

Those Astell & Kern ones not so much...
Edited by vwinter - 1/7/14 at 5:48am
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You'd need a forwarding service outside Japan, wouldn't you?

You can use Tenso. Cheaper and it works).
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I know, I've used them a few times.

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These are nothing compared to other photos people have taken, but I like experimenting.



 

You are on the right track. Keep experimenting!

 

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I hope to be as good as you one day wink.gif but I never will.

Your photos are incredible woodcans!!!
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I hope to be as good as you one day wink.gif but I never will.

Your photos are incredible woodcans!!!

 

Thanks ostewart. Here is  a (potential)  final effort. Regards, -wc.

 

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Again really cool smily_headphones1.gif
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Thanks ostewart. Here is  a (potential)  final effort. Regards, -wc.



AWESOME!!!!!
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Hi there, I still can't decide which one to buy between Heaven II and IV.

from what I understand is Heaven II sound likely heaven VI than IV right?

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Yes, I am leaning toward the IE800 as I know I like those, but I'm unsure about the PF's

 

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Those are two seriously different sound signatures. The PF series are quite mid-centric, limited bass extension/slam, and certainly not an all-rounder. But when they are on, they are quite unique and involving.

I had both. IE800 is a bit boring, as every Senn, and much too expensive. For the same price, FI-BA-SS fits more the bill.  

PF is really interesting, always engaging. Plus I found PFVIII new for 450 USD.


Edited by quantx - 1/12/14 at 10:05am
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Originally Posted by Misterbushido- View Post
 

Hi there, I still can't decide which one to buy between Heaven II and IV.

from what I understand is Heaven II sound likely heaven VI than IV right?


Heaven II sounds too thin, both IV and VI have very lush mids in comparison.

Go for IV - it can be had for 140-150$ shipped worldwide:

http://kakaku.com/item/K0000360428

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