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post #586 of 974
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Originally Posted by mrjayviper View Post

any suggested tips for the gr07? thanks smily_headphones1.gif

http://www.head-fi.org/t/579151/gr07-tips-thread
post #587 of 974
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post


http://www.head-fi.org/t/579151/gr07-tips-thread

gracias

post #588 of 974
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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post

As if there was any doubt that the GR07 is the king of drums and cymbals. Watch this in 720p:

 

 

 

Holly crap...this guy is flawless.    Thanks for posting this.


Edited by elvergun - 9/16/12 at 10:26am
post #589 of 974

Okay, I have spent some quality time with my GR07 with a 6 hour flight (2 flights) and I have to say that I was surprised how comfortable I am with it. There's no fatigue and no ear soreness for me. I really enjoyed my flight because of the GR07. I even listened to old songs that I haven't listened to in ages.

 

The triple flanges from Meelec works best for me. It created the isolation I wanted, but it also still sound airy to me, which I think is great. The bass doesn't pound on my skull which prevents me from having headaches.

 

I prefer to use it unamped using my iPhone 4S, but I use the Fiio E11 together with my iPod Classic. 

 

Now, the only problem I have is what new songs to buy to appreciate and experience this baby to it's full potential. i am now widening my genres, since I am pretty impressed with the performance of this iem. 

post #590 of 974
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Originally Posted by zernan View Post

Okay, I have spent some quality time with my GR07 with a 6 hour flight (2 flights) and I have to say that I was surprised how comfortable I am with it. There's no fatigue and no ear soreness for me. I really enjoyed my flight because of the GR07. I even listened to old songs that I haven't listened to in ages.

The triple flanges from Meelec works best for me. It created the isolation I wanted, but it also still sound airy to me, which I think is great. The bass doesn't pound on my skull which prevents me from having headaches.

I prefer to use it unamped using my iPhone 4S, but I use the Fiio E11 together with my iPod Classic. 

Now, the only problem I have is what new songs to buy to appreciate and experience this baby to it's full potential. i am now widening my genres, since I am pretty impressed with the performance of this iem. 

Britney Spears works very well with GR07 MK2. I suggest you start with everyone of her albums.
post #591 of 974
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Britney Spears works very well with GR07 MK2. I suggest you start with everyone of her albums.

 

+1

 

They really bring out the horn section in Oops I Did It Again.

post #592 of 974
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Originally Posted by gnarlsagan View Post

+1

They really bring out the horn section in Oops I Did It Again.


I don't know why I laughed so hard at this.
post #593 of 974
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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post

As if there was any doubt that the GR07 is the king of drums and cymbals. Watch this in 720p:

 

 

That's simply awesome sounding on the GR07. But I like it even more on my SRH-1440 fullsize headphones, think all the GR07 clarity and detail with S-P-A-C-E and sound stage. But I now know why I like the SRH-1440 and 940 sound so much.

post #594 of 974
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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post


I don't know why I laughed so hard at this.

 

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post #595 of 974
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post


Britney Spears works very well with GR07 MK2. I suggest you start with everyone of her albums.

 

 

Lol. I don't think I'd listen to her even with the world's greatest IEM. :)

 

I'd listen to Taylor Swift though... :)

post #596 of 974

Hope you guys are joking, brittney sounds bad even with great iems, THATS A FACT¡

post #597 of 974

Just received my GR07's. Unamped with a Clip Zip, on the whole they sound pretty good. Bass response is good and so is the treble. The whole soundstage seems a little compressed at the moment though and what I am finding odd, is that male vocals seem to have very little depth to to them, and seem a little harsh. Female vocals seem OK, perhaps a little sibilant. Does this improve with burn in ?

 

Have tried all the tips and the ones that work best for me are the ones that actually came fitted with the headphones when they shipped, the medium sized oval silicons. The foam tips are horrible for me, they just muddy everything.

 

EDIT: OK, GR07's with the Colorfly C3 are different. Soundstage is better, still not great though, at this point. Bass is great, with good clarity and punch. Male vocals are much better than the Zip with these headphones, though are still lacking some depth for me. Sibilance still on female vocals and some trebles. Will do some extended burn in of these headphones as others have recommended and see how they go. 


Edited by phlashbios - 9/21/12 at 5:24am
post #598 of 974
They will improve, mine were edgy on open box, sibilance was easy to find, actually downright uncomfortable at times. Give them some time to mature, I'd say 150 hours would be a good start. When mine were new micro detail wasn't as obvious, there was little depth also they sounded rather raw with a lack of separation. Either I'm mad which is probably likely or it all pulled together somewhere down the track. smile.gif

Mine would have about 400 hours on them now. They're fabulous, a unique signature which I find satisfying at lower volumes rather than higher.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 9/23/12 at 12:48am
post #599 of 974

Thanks for that :-)

 

I am this evening trying them amped through my Fiio E7 and they are just excellent. I like them better than my TF10's and that's saying something. They are a good IEM match for my on-ears V-Moda M80's. These are quite the best IEM's I have had in my ears so far, and if, as you say, they are going to improve with burn-in, then I am in for a joyous experience. I would like to thank everyone here at head-fi that have written about and reviewed the GR07's and swayed me to buy them. They are a perfect fit for me with the silcon tips that shipped on them, with excellent isolation and very comfortable.

 

I am currently listening to my album that I use to torture headphones ('My Way' by Skazi in FLAC format) which is very revealing of any imperfections and I can scarcely believe the bass response. The amping has also calmed the mids and took the edge off the trebles too. The best £99 I have ever spent on headphones :-)

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What's the different between GR7 MK2 and GR7 Flagship? and where i can get one for a good price? thanks.

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