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1964 ears v3 - 3x BA and 3 way crossover

post #1 of 17
Thread Starter 
So I just saw 1964 ears post this on their Facebook. Wasn't here yet so I thought I'd share it. Looks like a really similar product to the 1964T but just different driver configuration and 3way crossover.

Here is the Facebook link
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=459589304074402&set=a.128535777179758.13921.128535227179813&type=1&relevant_count=1&ref=nf



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Edited by AyeCee - 7/27/12 at 9:38pm
post #2 of 17
I saw this, I wish there was more info. Like some sound signature or graphing info.
post #3 of 17
Thread Starter 

Yeah, would be nice. Ah well, I guess we will just have to wait until they are released :(

post #4 of 17

I actually got an email from Vitaliy about these and he included a graph vs. the response of the Ety ER4.  Looks like noticeably more bass, noticeably smoother mids and pretty similar highs.

 

Got my molds done today and I'm looking forward to ordering a set of the V3s just as soon as humanly possible.  popcorn.gif

post #5 of 17

i guess all we are waiting are its official launch~~

post #6 of 17

Anybody have these yet?  I think I'll be ordering mine this week.

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Yep, I'm nearing completion of my review. HERE is a link to some thoughts thus far. 

post #8 of 17

HERE is my final review of the V3 if anyone is interested.

post #9 of 17

Recommended Project86 review!Subscribed!

Well,i hope to see in a short future some more sound impressions about how it compares in similar sound with the 8.A...

post #10 of 17

So I just received my V3's today and I can say I am thoroughly pleased. The sound is phenomenal and so very detailed. I can pick out basically everything, but it's not what I would call "sterile" or "cold".

Few problems though.
1. Occlusion effect is in... well full effect. I think I may have to send these back to have the canals lengthened as I'm a vocalist and trying to sing while coping with the effect is horrendous. The left ear is alright, but still annoying. The right ear however is just horrendous.

2. The right ear is leaking ever so slightly. Obviously a fit problem and this could be causing the previously mentioned occlusion.
3. Have to fiddle around with them for a good minute to achieve a "perfect" fit. I use quotation marks because the seal breaks just a teeny bit when I sing and it breaks a little more noticeably if I smile normally (I smile like an idiot).

I'll see if my ears adjust and if I still have a problem after 1-2 weeks I think I'll send them back for refitting.
 

 

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Edited by briankeeeem - 11/5/12 at 7:33pm
post #11 of 17

Maintaining proper seal for singers has got to be tough. Someone like me who just listens normally with a closed mouth is far less troublesome than someone like you who will be opening your mouth wide n a regular basis. Still, CIEMs were being used for singers long before us crazy audiophiles got a hold of them, so you should be able to figure it out by working with the 1964 gang.

post #12 of 17
What full sized cans would you say the V3s are like? HD600s?
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Originally Posted by FatmanSize48 View Post

What full sized cans would you say the V3s are like? HD600s?

 

No, warmer than that. More like LCD-2 r1 or HE400, also HD650 is closer than HD600 but still not a perfect comparison. VMODA M80 is not far off either. 

post #14 of 17

In that case, I guess they're perfect. And the price is right.

post #15 of 17
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Originally Posted by FatmanSize48 View Post

In that case, I guess they're perfect. And the price is right.

 

Exactly. They aren't perfect in absolute terms, but are quite good and the price is certainly right. 

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