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post #61 of 67
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i believe it is mainly due to the huge driver, the require burn in time is much require as well.

post #62 of 67
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Originally Posted by SpringBiscuit View Post

i believe it is mainly due to the huge driver, the require burn in time is much require as well.

And I recall that I've heard reputations of beyerdynamic's earphones(e.g DTX 101e) to be very tough to burn in.

So the XP series are.

post #63 of 67

Seems like a very nice entry level IEM, I ordered a XP3 as my first earphone to replace the death of an ATH-CK32 that was very useful for just 4 years.

 

Expecting a little more quality from this ones than the CK32.

post #64 of 67
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Quality wise so far seem pretty ok, as a user for myself i don't experience any hardship, nor i saw a lot complains for the build quality.
And it is beyerdynamic =)

post #65 of 67

Any more users of the XP2? Looking forward for more reviews about it. :)

post #66 of 67

XP2 is great for a fairly balanced sound, with a bit of a bass boost, very easy to listen to.

 

they are very well bult iem's too, if your interested in the XP2, PM me.

 

Thanks

post #67 of 67

this can't die, I want this, but how does it compare to the spider realvoice? and is that shinyness on the realvoice metal, and is this made of metal?

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