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post #61 of 795
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back of them:

 

post #62 of 795
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in fact the STUDIO 3RD ANV is in light golden color, not in siliver color, The buttons are in really normal golden color, please check it carefully.


Edited by hisound - 8/21/12 at 5:36pm
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I thought mine was a silver color? Guess I could be color blind ;).
 

post #64 of 795
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no, the same as the picture shows. it is in light golden color.

post #65 of 795
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I thought mine was a silver color? Guess I could be color blind ;).
 

 

You can see from my pictures, that it is indeed a light golden colour.

 

Though i must say, it does look silver in the pictures that Jack posted. Probably due to too much exposure.

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You can see from my pictures, that it is indeed a light golden colour.

 

Though i must say, it does look silver in the pictures that Jack posted. Probably due to too much exposure.


I mean even the unit I had looked more silver than gold. Maybe it is slightly different in color?

post #67 of 795

Pictures are always a welcome addition to any Head-Fi thread... Well, almost any Head-fi threadeek.gif

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Pictures are always a welcome addition to any Head-Fi thread... Well, almost any Head-fi threadeek.gif

Except the Beats Appreciation ones. Or the ones on medical problems or weird happenings. Those can be left out.....

post #69 of 795

I just received my unit and it really looks gold. pair with JH16, I can still hear the hiss with no music playing. however, any hiss is impossible to hear once the music kicks in.


Edited by bimadz - 8/22/12 at 8:47pm
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I just received my unit and it really looks gold. pair with JH16, I can still hear the hiss with no music playing. however, any hiss is impossible to hear once the music kicks in.


One reason why I recommended a 30 Ohm adapter earlier on in the thread. It's not a deal breaker for me in any event. Just a minor work-around that doesn't have any negative effects on the sound.

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I just received my unit and it really looks gold. pair with JH16, I can still hear the hiss with no music playing. however, any hiss is impossible to hear once the music kicks in.

118bd efficiency at 18 ohms and impossible to notice with music paying on something that revealing? I'd call that a success.bigsmile_face.gifI have an adversity to resistive adapters other than for things like ETs.


Edited by goodvibes - 8/23/12 at 11:08am
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118bd efficiency at 18 ohms and impossible to notice with music paying on something that revealing? I'd call that a success.bigsmile_face.gifI have an adversity to resistive adapters other than for things like ETs.


We'll see Goodvibes. If my IE80s pick it up as it did on the defective unit that proves the IE80s are more revealing than JH's flagship lol. Funny thing is though I find the IE80s to pick up more hiss than my former TF10s and even my Tralucent 1Plus2. Then again the Tralucents are made to be harder to drive (I think around 50 Ohms).


Edited by lee730 - 8/23/12 at 11:22am
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We all have different thresholds and they're nearly as efficient. If I'm not aware of added noise when tunes are playing, that's fine for me. My Rocoo is acceptable with my GR10s which are similar effeciency though higher impedance. If this is even lower, it will be a success in my personal view.


Edited by goodvibes - 8/23/12 at 4:01pm
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We all have different thresholds and they're nearly as efficient. If I'm not aware of added noise when tunes are playing, that's fine for me. My Rocoo is acceptable with my GR10s which are similar effeciency though higher impedance. If this is even lower, it will be a success in my personal view.


I'm hoping so myself. I do set the bar high though. But I feel not being able to hear hiss during music playback a basic function. I don't mind a very small amount of hiss just I don't want to hear it at all with music playing back, even at low volumes or in low volume passages. I just kinda find it funny that my dynamic IEMs have been more sensitive to hiss than BA drivers.


Edited by lee730 - 8/23/12 at 11:07pm
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Is. there a spec sheet on the 3rd Anniversary Edition or a summary of what has been changed fron the regular Studio V?
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