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Sorry, I meant 3590. Thanks, that was really helpful. ;) 


 if you want a bit flatter response with the same signature, 3900 will be good.

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 if you want a bit flatter response with the same signature, 3900 will be good.

 

I bought the SHE3900 today. While it is flatter than 3590, the treble is a little bit splashy and hot out of the box. It is a piercing treble that ruins the music. I put some comply tips to tame the highs and it helped a lot. I hope burn in helps to tame the highs. Does burn in tame the highs?

 

Overall they are more balanced than Pistons 2.1 with more forward midrange and lesser bass quantity with almost same quality. I found it to be better than Pistons.


Edited by ozkan - 1/20/15 at 8:14am
post #468 of 470
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I bought the SHE3900 today. While it is flatter than 3590, the treble is a little bit splashy and hot out of the box. It is a piercing treble that ruins the music. I put some comply tips to tame the highs and it helped a lot. I hope burn in helps to tame the highs. Does burn in tame the highs?

 

Overall they are more balanced than Pistons 2.1 with more forward midrange and lesser bass quantity with almost same quality. I found it to be better than Pistons.


Burning will help but not much and pistons got layering and separation which these lack ,details are better too. Its more balanced for sure and with time you will love them. Keep the comply on.

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I bought 3590 just for comparison.:D  I'm listening both 3590 and 3900 now. There is no contest, 3900 is far better than 3590. 3590 has an excessive bass that muddies the midrange and too much V shaped. 3900 has better and faster bass and the mids are more linear with the rest of the sound spectrum. 

 

Thanks @suman134 for your help.;)


Edited by ozkan - 1/20/15 at 11:58am
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I bought 3590 just for comparison.:D  I'm listening both 3590 and 3900 now. There is no contest, 3900 is far better than 3590. 3590 has an excessive bass that muddies the midrange and too much V shaped. 3900 has better and faster bass and the mids are more linear with the rest of the sound spectrum. 

 

Thanks @suman134 for your help.;)

 

 You had doubts!!!:p, i kind of hate the 3590.

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