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post #46 of 82

Ofc.But delivery will take long though:18-42 days

I use a cold sounding source and I don't have a good amp.Should I use an amp with these?

post #47 of 82
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A amp is far from necessary but of course it would still be good to have an amp. If you have a cold source then a warm amp like a Digizoid Zo will help!
post #48 of 82
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Originally Posted by Swimsonny View Post

A amp is far from necessary but of course it would still be good to have an amp. If you have a cold source then a warm amp like a Digizoid Zo will help!

Thanks againsmily_headphones1.gif

post #49 of 82

not really necessary for the XP series, they designed for easy driven 

post #50 of 82

anyone has it?  i checked jaban hong kong and they told me still couple weeks away......

post #51 of 82
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anyone has it?  i checked jaban hong kong and they told me still couple weeks away......

Yes a fair few now. Maybe that is how long to the restock!
 

post #52 of 82
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Yes a fair few now. Maybe that is how long to the restock!
 

 

 

i guess so.  i'll check with them again later this month

post #53 of 82
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yeh do that, hopefully you can get a pair soon!

post #54 of 82

Swimsonny, how are the XP3 in comparison with Hippo VB? I loved their sub-bass, but they've just broken. Could you compare these with Yamaha EPH-100 too?
 

post #55 of 82
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Swimsonny, how are the XP3 in comparison with Hippo VB? I loved their sub-bass, but they've just broken. Could you compare these with Yamaha EPH-100 too?
 

The Xp3 is the most balanced of the three and the XP1 is the bassy one closer to the VB. The XP3 is the best of the XP's in my opinion and still has good sub bass just to comparable to the VB, the rest of the frequencies and overall clarity is better though. If you want another bassy earphone then get the XP1 and if you want more balance then the XP3.

 

I have not heard the EPH-100, sorry!

post #56 of 82

XP3 sound perfect! Sometimes my Hippo VB offered too much basses, but I really don't want to buy a pair of IEM without good sub-bass. Thank you for the suggestion, I think I'll give a try.
 

post #57 of 82

Yes, go for XP3, or XP2 if you want even more Sub-bass =D.

post #58 of 82
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i would say that the XP2 and XP3 have equal sub bass presence!

post #59 of 82

They have cancelled my order telling me that they don't sell outside Asia...
 

post #60 of 82
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They have cancelled my order telling me that they don't sell outside Asia...
 

Really, is this Jaben? That sucks, have you tried asking them if they can sorts something out for you?

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