I really like the sound signature of FAD PF X-G but I don't have enough fund for FAD PF X-G yet.
Is FAD PF VIII-IX close to X-G in term of sound?
I cannot say. I have both PF VIII et PX IX new, but have to sell them for personal reasons.
Okay, I have to say that the V is like my dream "mids-focused" iem. I know the V is not meant to be reference quality, but it's sort of what I wished the RE-400 or RE-262 sounded like. I love it!!! It's also what the ATH-CKM500 only dreamed it could be like. Yummy!
As for reference, those of you who like that sound (but with a little bass kick) will love the TE-05.
Okay, so you guys are talking about Heaven series. Mind if I butt-in? Just a newbie question I currently have Heaven VI and still wondering what is fascinating about it. What is the difference of V to VI? Of course the quality is better but I need to know every detail of it. THANKS!
I'm really having mixed emotion for this.
On one hand, I really want to explore the untapped "Final" potential.
On the other, the look is so....
p/s: It's DUAL BA! OMGWTFBBQ FAD finally release a dual driver! Can't read the language so I don't understand if they're using crossover. It seems like they're using new design this time.
The construction technology is cutting edge. They are doing 3D printing of a titanium body using a laser to melt metal powder.
It is difficult to be sure but it sounds like the dual drivers are full-range, i.e. not connected by a crossover. This purportedly creates lots of bass.
This Lab series is very limited edition but if successful could become a future full-release product.
A bit late to the party, aren't we?
Right as in offering to sell us a pair before its release under the name Heaven VIII?