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post #16 of 23

These (XBA2) are on Black Friday sale for $59.99 at futureshop.ca a KILLER DEAL for any semi-decent BA earphone!!!

 

http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/product/sony-sony-balanced-armature-earbud-headphones-xba2-black-xba2/10194276.aspx?lang=en-CA&pcname=&sku=10194276&path=405c823dd9c86881cace3e13324fc9b2en02

post #17 of 23
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XBA-2 would be good at that price. Nice find

post #18 of 23

Are XBA2VP same as XBA-2?

post #19 of 23

Agreed with your review on XBA-1, the bass rolls off way soon, though its bass will benefit from amping, I love mine as is, but pairing it with either E10 or E11, the bass become so much better.

post #20 of 23

This may be a long shot, but can someone tell me how the bass on the XBA-1 compare to a pair of Sony v6/MDR-7506 in terms of quantity?

post #21 of 23

I having problem with my sony XBA-1 left side earpiece with no sound sometimes. Can i overcome this proble? Mainly what is the cause?

post #22 of 23

The bass on the V6 is maybe 10 more than whats on XBA-1. But that doesnt mean the XBA-1 doesnt have bass. It does, but not a much compared to full sixes headphone.

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This may be a long shot, but can someone tell me how the bass on the XBA-1 compare to a pair of Sony v6/MDR-7506 in terms of quantity?

 

Do you have to wiggle the cable to get the sound near the earpiece? If it is, it could be a loose connection which 'may' need a soldering job

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I having problem with my sony XBA-1 left side earpiece with no sound sometimes. Can i overcome this proble? Mainly what is the cause?

post #23 of 23
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Originally Posted by WildMoves View Post

This may be a long shot, but can someone tell me how the bass on the XBA-1 compare to a pair of Sony v6/MDR-7506 in terms of quantity?
I don't own xba 1 but I just got xba 2. When I compare the bass of xba 2 with mdr 7506, the big can really extends its lows while Xba 2 has a quick tight bass. Depending on the song im listening to, I quite enjoy xba 2 better than its big gramps.
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