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WICH IEM HAS THE FLATTEST SOUND SIGNATURE..

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ive been doing this research for many years and yet i found only two iems that at least comes closer to my expectations . " ety er4s & westone 4s..  bt need to change everything with the tym..  if any one knows something  better plz  try to give me suggestions .

 

appreciate it!


Edited by Sylaw - 9/13/12 at 9:14pm
post #2 of 48

The CK10, DBA-02, CK100Pro, GR01 and HF5 offers flattest frequency response and they are highly detailed in all frequency response.

post #3 of 48

UE IERM

post #4 of 48
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Until next year i wont think abt the uerm's hehe..! any other universal suggestions plz

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Originally Posted by ZARIM View Post

The CK10, DBA-02, CK100Pro, GR01 and HF5 offers flattest frequency response and they are highly detailed in all frequency response.

hmm.. thanks dude

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Originally Posted by ZARIM View Post

The CK10, DBA-02, CK100Pro, GR01 and HF5 offers flattest frequency response and they are highly detailed in all frequency response.

 

I'd say HF5 is close to that list, but not the DBAs.  The B2s weren't near flat enough for me (I found the UE900s flatter, and they aren't flat :p).  

 

My list: HF5 RE0 (or REZero) 

 

As you can tell, I don't have too many IEMs that I would consider close enough to flat for me to call it as such.  

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If you get a flatter response from the RE0 than the B2 something is wrong IMHO.

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Etymotic...

 

Jim

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UE IERM

+1

post #10 of 48

What is your audio interpretation of flat?  Not very warm, no peaks, neutral sound, etc?

 

If you are considering the W4, I would suggest also looking into the UE 900 and reading this post.

post #11 of 48
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i need it to have 0 emphazsis around the band + a good soundstage and great seperation .. i pretty much love a good static sounding bass presentation.. smily_headphones1.gif
post #12 of 48
Fitear F111. Very close sounding to the ER4s, but slighlty more musical. A more enjoyable neutrality than ER4s imo.

Other than that Heir Audio 4.Ai is also tuned for neutrality and according to many reviews they are indeed very good.
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Fitear F111. Very close sounding to the ER4s, but slighlty more musical. A more enjoyable neutrality than ER4s imo.
Other than that Heir Audio 4.Ai is also tuned for neutrality and according to many reviews they are indeed very good.

thanks dude.. but right nw i need a very tight and a flat sounding iem.. thanks again
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thanks dude.. but right nw i need a very tight and a flat sounding iem.. thanks again
Those two I mentioned have a flat frequency response. Neutral. No boost in any part of the spectrum. If there is any, it is a very very small one.
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seems like a good prey !! smily_headphones1.gif
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