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post #76 of 129

Oh, the sen cx 300 and cx 400 and how does it compared to the shure 215 and vsonic gr07

post #77 of 129
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Both 215 and GR07 are darker, Gr07 does have as bright a treble though but more neutral mids. 215 has more bass and is more mid centric with rolled off gentle treble that is easy on the ears.
post #78 of 129
Thread Starter 
Both 215 and GR07 are darker, Gr07 does have as bright a treble though but more neutral mids. 215 has more bass and is more mid centric with rolled off gentle treble that is easy on the ears.
post #79 of 129
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Originally Posted by dweaver View Post

Both 215 and GR07 are darker, Gr07 does have as bright a treble though but more neutral mids. 215 has more bass and is more mid centric with rolled off gentle treble that is easy on the ears.

Well should I get which? I listen to mainly Linkin Park and Rap that needs bass and no sibilance (not at all)

post #80 of 129
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Originally Posted by minhquancanon7d View Post

Well, how does the bass compared to the sen cx300ii/cx400ii, i want to replace my ety mc5 due the lack of bass and sibilance and my broken cx400ii


I own the Sennheiser cx300 II's, and the Monster NRGY aren't even close to delivering the bass and sub bass that the Senn's deliver. No sir. Plus my NRgy's stopped functioning properly within days of owning them, so i took them back. Now if you want a solid and well balanced (but still delivering bass and sub bass, but with no bleed into the mids like the 300 II or 400 II's, then you need to get the Sennheiser CX 215's. They are by far my favorite Sennheiser earphones, and I've owned or own the CX 300 II's, CX 880, CX 215, CX 150, CX 310, CX 400, IE 80, and HD 439's. The 215's are KINGS for the price. 

 

http://www.amazon.com/Sennheiser-CX-215-Earphones-Blue/dp/B005EIVKLQ/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1360698044&sr=1-1&keywords=sennheiser+cx+215

post #81 of 129
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Originally Posted by IEMagnet01 View Post


I own the Sennheiser cx300 II's, and the Monster NRGY aren't even close to delivering the bass and sub bass that the Senn's deliver. No sir. Plus my NRgy's stopped functioning properly within days of owning them, so i took them back. Now if you want a solid and well balanced (but still delivering bass and sub bass, but with no bleed into the mids like the 300 II or 400 II's, then you need to get the Sennheiser CX 215's. They are by far my favorite Sennheiser earphones, and I've owned or own the CX 300 II's, CX 880, CX 215, CX 150, CX 310, CX 400, IE 80, and HD 439's. The 215's are KINGS for the price. 

 

http://www.amazon.com/Sennheiser-CX-215-Earphones-Blue/dp/B005EIVKLQ/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1360698044&sr=1-1&keywords=sennheiser+cx+215

Well, how about the vsonic gr07? I like more bass than the cx400ii a bit and more clarify and wider soundstage with no sibilance and will last super long

post #82 of 129
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Originally Posted by minhquancanon7d View Post

Well, how about the vsonic gr07? I like more bass than the cx400ii a bit and more clarify and wider soundstage with no sibilance and will last super long


I still haven't received my GR07's yet. Those are in the mail, but as soon as I get them, I'll let you know my impressions. Based on the fact Joker rated them as one of the best dynamic drivers in the world, and I paid $150 for them, I will assume they have amazing bass extention and balance. As far as clarity and bass with lack of sibilance and DECENT sound stage (the only Sennheiser products that give you wide SS is the IE series. The 6-7-8-80 ect, but for a budget driver, the CX 215 is superior to the CX 300 AND CX 400. 

post #83 of 129

well so far, just an hour into listening to my GR07's, they are stomping all my IEM's into the ground with the exception on my UE 7's and TF 10's. They are elite over the rest and that includes my UE 700's, which are dual TWFK armature drivers. They compare very favorably to my old IE 80's except with slightly more detail and less bass extension, and are more detailed and have deeper bass than my RE-ZEROS. Thank you Joker. You were right on. 

post #84 of 129
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Originally Posted by dweaver View Post

I can only guess about the Beats HD as I have not heard it personally. But I have heard several headphones like them including the Ncredible Ntune, SOL tracks HD and a few others and they all have an over bearing bass that overwhelms much of the rest of the sound spectrum, THE Nergy DOES NOT!!! In fact fans of those headphone will likely hate the Nergy.

In comparison to my HF3 the bass is stronger but at times not quite as punchy or precise but in a more organic manner due to the dynamic driver versus BA driver.

If isolation is really important the HF3 slays the Nergy though as the Nergy is not very isolating.

I pretty much have been using the Nergy exclusively and actually have sold off 2 more expensive IEM's in favor of the Nergy.

Would you prefer the ntune or the tracks hd?

post #85 of 129
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If you like bass quantity definitely no. if you don't like high energy treble then doubly no.

if you like moderate bass with forward mids and higher levels of treble then the nErgy are better.
post #86 of 129

I meant the ntune not the nergy rolleyes.gif

post #87 of 129
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oops sorry about that, I am not sure which is better. Both were to bassy for my tastes so I never kept either for more than a day or two and it's been months since I heard them.

post #88 of 129

selling my Vsonic GR07's. When it comes to my ears, just as important as SOUND is FIT FIT FIT, and the GR07's, as much as i'm enamored with the sound, which is rival to all my IEM's except for my UE 7 customs (which kick ***** all over all my IEM's, including my UE TF 10), simply don't fit as tightly as I'd like. even over the ears, with X-Large Silicones and large Sony Hybrid tips which come with the packaging, just don't sit as comfortable as I'd like. Maybe I'm spoiled by customs, but then again my UE 600, UE 700, and JVC HA-FXT90 fit beautifully in my ears with max comfort. oh well..this is why I love this hobby. The trial and error is FUN!

post #89 of 129
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Originally Posted by IEMagnet01 View Post

selling my Vsonic GR07's. When it comes to my ears, just as important as SOUND is FIT FIT FIT, and the GR07's, as much as i'm enamored with the sound, which is rival to all my IEM's except for my UE 7 customs (which kick ***** all over all my IEM's, including my UE TF 10), simply don't fit as tightly as I'd like. even over the ears, with X-Large Silicones and large Sony Hybrid tips which come with the packaging, just don't sit as comfortable as I'd like. Maybe I'm spoiled by customs, but then again my UE 600, UE 700, and JVC HA-FXT90 fit beautifully in my ears with max comfort. oh well..this is why I love this hobby. The trial and error is FUN!

 

You know the nozzle is adjustable, right?

post #90 of 129
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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post

 

You know the nozzle is adjustable, right?


I do, and I've decided to take them off the market, as I used the double flange silicon tips that came with my UE 600, and they really provided a much better seal and deep insertion, and the sound really jumped! With a little adjustment, I feel like I can't part with them anymore. 

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