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post #76 of 655
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Originally Posted by JK1 View Post
 

Sparkling highs? Does you player have an equalizer so you can adjust the sound?

I know that ........I ain't a 10 year old. Its not helping. Its default..........not smooth.

post #77 of 655
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I know that ........I ain't a 10 year old. Its not helping. Its default..........not smooth.


Not all mp3 players have a built in equalizer.

 

I don't experience that with my ES18, although I burned it in many hours before starting to listen to it.

post #78 of 655
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Originally Posted by music-o-death View Post
 

I know that ........I ain't a 10 year old. Its not helping. Its default..........not smooth.

 

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Originally Posted by JK1 View Post
 


Not all mp3 players have a built in equalizer.

 

I don't experience that with my ES18, although I burned it in many hours before starting to listen to it.

 

   you dont need to tolerate highs at all , it can be bad for you health , most common one being headache and irritation , and not every phone responds well to eqs , see if its not working for you , sell these off , or if your okay with this then falsely claim that these phones are " phased out " . headphones with single sided cable do get phased out , but im not sure if its a case with earphones , but you can try that and send it back , get the refund or buy something else , if it works .

 

  " phased out " is a factory defect , it can be rectified on headphones by changing channels but its not recommended for the user to do it .


Edited by suman134 - 3/12/14 at 9:48pm
post #79 of 655
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get a hje-120 or she3590 .

post #80 of 655
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get a hje-120 or she3590 .


The ES18 is far superior to the HJE120. Imo the HJE120 isn't that good. The HJE355 and HJE450 are quite good though. The HJE355 has more detail, while the HJE450 has stronger bass.

post #81 of 655

I think earbuds with ES18 are not that good , I am experiencing it sounds better + more comfort with other earbuds.:D

Suman, it is improving .:L3000: 

post #82 of 655
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I think earbuds with ES18 are not that good , I am experiencing it sounds better + more comfort with other earbuds.:D

Suman, it is improving .:L3000: 

 

     i forgot that , the supplied buds are not good , swapping them with sony hybrids is a wise idea , which one you swapped it with ?

post #83 of 655
Hii pls suggest me some suitable headphones for HTC Explorer around 600rs..
post #84 of 655
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Hii pls suggest me some suitable headphones for HTC Explorer around 600rs..

 

   best will be she3590/80/70 for around 600 .

post #85 of 655

Hey suman ,

                      Its not smoothed out, still sparky. I have extra sensitivity towards high , so that's hurting still me..........like an exception.

I have returned that . Now, will you tell me an IEM with highs like wh205, I mean neither sparky nor harsh.......remain low throughout, with mids n' bass adequate.

Thanx:bigsmile_face:

post #86 of 655
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Hey suman ,

                      Its not smoothed out, still sparky. I have extra sensitivity towards high , so that's hurting still me..........like an exception.

I have returned that . Now, will you tell me an IEM with highs like wh205, I mean neither sparky nor harsh.......remain low throughout, with mids n' bass adequate.

Thanx:bigsmile_face:

 

     what about your budget ? same ? go for hje-125 if you want a bit of balance , if you want bigger bass go for ep-600 , she3590 is a bit sparky , not much , but to me es18 is not much sparky too ( cant take on ha-fx40's spark ) .

if you are willing to spend a bit more , go for pl11 or cx200 will do good too .

post #87 of 655
need a comparison between hje 120, rp-600 and she3590.
post #88 of 655
need a comparison between hje 120, rp-600 and she3590.
post #89 of 655
need a comparison between hje 120, rp-600 and she3590.
post #90 of 655

Thanx for replying!
Budget is under 1000!.....Rs. not $

My only point is I want no spark, no harshness, highs should be maintained .........low.(like wh 205) if u know what I mean......reason-my ears' sensitivity

:normal_smile :

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