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JVC FX40 vs RE0

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JVC's carbon nanotube technology is new breakthrough in audio industry i want to know how it competes with previous beasts in terms of detailing and neutral sound. Folks get me a precise comparison between both of them. Take into consideration re0, er4p , ck10 and all other iem which are known for their micro detailing.

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This is something that would interest me greatly also because I'm looking for a RE0 replacement.

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i just got a pair of jvc hafx 67r-and i love them.i burned them in for 24 hrs first.very good all around.they use the new nanotube technology and they are very clean sounding with deep bass.ive had some issues with jvc in the past-reliability-but that was a few years ago-hopefully they will last longer.if they do i will be one happy camper.

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The JVC HA-FX67 doesn't use carbon nanotubes. It sounds decent and is very comfortable, however imo even the $7 JVC Riptidz sounds a bit better. I don't use my HA-FX67 much anymore.

 

The HA-FX40 is a good deal for the price, although I do prefer the Panasonic HJE355 at around the same price. The HJE355 has a slightly warmer sound than the HA-FX40. Those who like the HA-FX67 will probably love the Panasonic RP-HJE355.


Edited by JK1 - 6/17/12 at 9:35pm
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Originally Posted by deepanshu830 View Post

JVC's carbon nanotube technology is new breakthrough in audio industry i want to know how it competes with previous beasts in terms of detailing and neutral sound. Folks get me a precise comparison between both of them. Take into consideration re0, er4p , ck10 and all other iem which are known for their micro detailing.

The HA-FX40 has a very bright sound with great detail. The problem is that the sound is sometimes too bright and uncomfortable.

The Panasonic HJE355 manages to give almost as much detail, however its highs are much better behaved, and it slight overall warmth makes it more "musical".

 

If you are that curious, then spluge for the $40 or so that it costs to buy the RP-HJE355 and HA-FX40.

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i don't like warm sounding phones , HJE335 is warm sounding according to your quote , do have experience with FXD80 , successor to FX40.FXD80 also uses carbon nanotube technology , it is priced at 139$ which marks it in high end IEM range ,i am very curious to know how it performs and compete with sub 150$ IEM's in the maket.

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The HJE355 is warmer sounding than the HA-FX40 which is very bright. The HJE355 isn't  nearly as warm sounding as the Sennheiser PX100 or Koss Portapro. Some might not even call the HJE355 warm sounding, but instead call the HA-FX40 very bright sounding.

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Maybe someone could actually answer the question in the OP? It's not a matter of comparing the HA-FX40 to other great deals, but more of comparing it to a long-term detail standard, the RE-0. I'm interested in hearing from someone who owns both.

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No one has both of these?
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