Thanks for pointing it out.
Thanks for pointing it out.
Then it has to leave it to personal experience...
Back in 1999, I bought a pair of Venture speakers and thought it's gonna be alright with my then powerful Krell KSA power amp. To my surprise, the SQ was just fall short of terrible and the end result, to cut a long story short... the subsequent change to rectify the issue (with new pre-amp to power amp) that cost me over USD30k of investment to make the new system worked...this was my lesson of synergy my friend.
+1, synergy is something impossible to measure until you hear it
This looks to be the same thread that was brought up quite a while ago. At least from what came of that, things got lost in translation. The guy is assuming that all hybrid IEMs are the same and sound the same. Pretty comical when you think of it and very ignorant (misleading) at the same time. Also he is not the designer of the 1Plus2 but the designer of his own iteration of a hybrid IEM type/design. To put it layman's terms "Hey I created the hybrid IEM first and thus it is as good as all others and cheaper! Buy from me!" ;).... lol
This looks to be the same thread that was brought up quite a while ago. At least from what came of that, things got lost in translation. The guy is assuming that all hybrid IEMs are the same and sound the same. Pretty comical when you think of it and very ignorant (misleading) at the same time. Also he is not the designer of the 1Plus2 but the designer of his own creation of a hybrid type IEM.
Totally agreed Lee.
Like speakers, lots of brands sourced the driver units from speaker driver manufacturer (like Accuton for example) and doesn't mean all speakers that are using Accuton driver units would sound the same.
Yeah I'm thinking that as well. But ever since I've loaned my 1Plus2s out and I'm using my IE8s with custom tips, I'm like...ugh.
Just remembered something from my short experience with the 1plus2 that I forgot to post with my earlier impressions...
To those who experience cable microphonics, not only make use of the chin slider, but also of the earguides. This works pretty well ime, at least with the silver/gold cable. When I first tried the 1plus2, the earguides were bent around my ears in a way that they didn't touch my skin. As a result, cable microphonics was rather annoying. After bending the ear guides into a tighter curve to make them touch the skin behind my ears, microphonics was greatly reduced, even without using the chin slider.
Apologies if this tip may be obvious to you IEM veterans 'round here, but I figured it might still be helpful to less experienced members.
Lol;) The table took me pretty long ~
On the serious note, this is my 100% honesty, no bias to any IEM at all. I just simply stated what my ears heard, that's all.
The review is too long and too poetry to be translated (>10000 words) :p