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post #1066 of 1259

thanks for the description, and for the picture.  If you hit this button during a post then you can upload from your computer, or the external image address.

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either way we got pics now.smile.gif

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post #1067 of 1259
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Originally Posted by nick n View Post

thanks for the description, and for the picture.  If you hit this button during a post then you can upload from your computer, or the external image address.

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either way we got pics now.smile.gif

Haha never even noticed it, thanks for that!

And sorry everyone, I'm not that good of a reviewer or "comparer" albeit I did my best haha. Hoped it help you guys who read it.

 

Cheers.

post #1068 of 1259

any impressions are good everyone is different it's all just words until people can experience it themselves anyhow. Some have the gift of glorious descriptions, but i don't think I do either.  I think it helped a lot.

post #1069 of 1259
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Originally Posted by nick n View Post

any impressions are good everyone is different it's all just words until people can experience it themselves anyhow. Some have the gift of glorious descriptions, but i don't think I do either.  I think it helped a lot.

I agree, I see many reviewers saying such complex words and most I dont even understand myself... I'm not that good around audio yet though, so maybe sometime in the future haha. 

post #1070 of 1259
could someone describe what driverflex actually sounds like. Not familiar withwhat the term really means
post #1071 of 1259
As you putting in your earphones, sounds like you have water in your ear and you hear your eardrum 'cracking'.
post #1072 of 1259

For those contemplating purchasing the H-100, next month Head-Fi discount goes up to $150 including EMS shipping fee.  Right now it's $120 including EMS shipping.

 

Received an email today from shinwoo clarifying some delivery issues regarding my purchase last week.  He stated I got in just in time and that starting next month, Head-Fi discount is $120 plus $30 EMS shipping fee.

post #1073 of 1259
HAD TO POST THIS...You have not heard these until you put klipsch ovals on these. Even better when you put a foam insert around the klipsch core. Everything I said about these improves.

But the bass will even more thoroughly astound you. Vlooienuker you inspired me. I always loved the seal I got on my S4's, but I figured the bore opening was to small. It was for my TF 10's.

If you look at the actuall opening of the H 100 you will notice it is small. lronically about the same size as the Klipsch openings. So I put the tips on. I always like foam with my silicone. So I inserted

cores made from my Blue Kiwi's. Comply foam feels a little better. But mine is hammered and cut up and I only have one tip left. Tried it in one ear and it feels better but not substantially different in sound from using the blue Kiwi's. Can only do one ear though until I get more. So it's cut down blue Kiwi inside the klipsch ovals. I even tried them jamed down completely against the nozzle. Very difficult to do, but it can be done. This allows the nozzle tip to come completely forward. But it screws up the seal. If I went a size down on klipsches I might be able to make this work. So I let the klipsch
rest on the nozzle indent and live with the small bore size. Highs are smoother with very subtlely less air and detail. But the H-100s sound even more balanced and neutral...less analytical...not warm but not cold. Very subtlely sweet and dry. They sound even more differenent as in you here more variation between your music sources. With them in my wife has to yell at me with only modest music volume or I can't hear her. Its close to those earplugs you use when shooting with no music. No more need to EQ even with my rock stuff. The bass goes lower, impact increases, space gets bigger.
layers are more obvious. I can hear drum skin and low frequency upper harmonics I have never heard. Pace, rhthym and dynamics are noticeably improved. Midrange is liquid smooth but even more detailed and it even more connected to the upper bass and lower midrange if that is possible....it is. The highs just simply bloom effortlessly with almost no sibilance even on harsher stuff. Listening to
U2 as I'm writing this. Wish I had a pair of comply's to cut down...they would be more comfortable.

Anyway get some Klipsch ovals and try...it will suprise you. Thanks for the inspirationVlooienuker.
jgwtriode!!!!
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Originally Posted by jgwtriode View Post

HAD TO POST THIS...You have not heard these until you put klipsch ovals on these. Even better when you put a foam insert around the klipsch core. Everything I said about these improves.
But the bass will even more thoroughly astound you. Vlooienuker you inspired me. I always loved the seal I got on my S4's, but I figured the bore opening was to small. It was for my TF 10's.
If you look at the actuall opening of the H 100 you will notice it is small. lronically about the same size as the Klipsch openings. So I put the tips on. I always like foam with my silicone. So I inserted
cores made from my Blue Kiwi's. Comply foam feels a little better. But mine is hammered and cut up and I only have one tip left. Tried it in one ear and it feels better but not substantially different in sound from using the blue Kiwi's. Can only do one ear though until I get more. So it's cut down blue Kiwi inside the klipsch ovals. I even tried them jamed down completely against the nozzle. Very difficult to do, but it can be done. This allows the nozzle tip to come completely forward. But it screws up the seal. If I went a size down on klipsches I might be able to make this work. So I let the klipsch
rest on the nozzle indent and live with the small bore size. Highs are smoother with very subtlely less air and detail. But the H-100s sound even more balanced and neutral...less analytical...not warm but not cold. Very subtlely sweet and dry. They sound even more differenent as in you here more variation between your music sources. With them in my wife has to yell at me with only modest music volume or I can't hear her. Its close to those earplugs you use when shooting with no music. No more need to EQ even with my rock stuff. The bass goes lower, impact increases, space gets bigger.
layers are more obvious. I can hear drum skin and low frequency upper harmonics I have never heard. Pace, rhthym and dynamics are noticeably improved. Midrange is liquid smooth but even more detailed and it even more connected to the upper bass and lower midrange if that is possible....it is. The highs just simply bloom effortlessly with almost no sibilance even on harsher stuff. Listening to
U2 as I'm writing this. Wish I had a pair of comply's to cut down...they would be more comfortable.
Anyway get some Klipsch ovals and try...it will suprise you. Thanks for the inspirationVlooienuker.
jgwtriode!!!!

Haha no worries. biggrin.gif I tried using the Klipsch tips when I did that "mod" of mine and it did not fit which is why I used the grey tips and flipped it inside out. How did you manage to fit these without using anything but the Klipsch tips? And are you using the single flanged ones?

post #1075 of 1259

"The bass goes lower, impact increases, space gets bigger.
layers are more obvious...."

 

"Midrange is liquid smooth but even more detailed and it even more connected to the upper bass and lower midrange if that is possible....it is. The highs just simply bloom effortlessly with almost no sibilance even on harsher stuff..."

 

blink.gif  that sounds like          perfection.

 

Please can you try to post up some shots of exactly what you did. If I read correctly you stuffed the rears of the Ovals with foam, but I got too interested in the bold stuff I quoted to pay close attention.

 

and THANKS for those impressions.  Sure interestng how much variation these can have.

post #1076 of 1259

err OK...so I still don't understand how to make them, so get my hand on Klipsch oval silicone tips and turn it inside out, then fit it into H-100?

post #1077 of 1259
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Originally Posted by djvkool View Post

err OK...so I still don't understand how to make them, so get my hand on Klipsch oval silicone tips and turn it inside out, then fit it into H-100?


I think he's saying to make your own version of the included stock Silicon + foam tips, but use Ovals and Comply or other foams for the filler in the rear around the post

post #1078 of 1259
Here's the rig I'm using atm with my H-100!

Much nicer experience compared to CK4+ headphone out. Using line out this trusty E5 warms the signal every so slightly. As some might know I wasn't achieving optimum results straight from CK4+ with H-100. Because of the source it sounded rather unbalanced with laid back lows / highs and a very rich mid range.. This E5 has really worked some magic to the entire frequency range. I hear all that detail that was hidden being amplified. Also, E5 retains almost 100% of the clarity, separation is still obvious without taking a hit, the soundstage is a touch narrower but a small price to pay for the improvements. Adds some weight to the sound signature and although I'm aware of E5 limited potential I'm still obtaining very satisfactory results with this rig. CK4+ is already a rich source so using E5 really straightens out that overly rich chocolate in the mid range.

A possible Leckerton UHA-6S MKII purchase in the future? O_o


Edited by H20Fidelity - 12/17/12 at 8:55pm
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

Here's the rig I'm using atm with my H-100!
Much nicer experience compared to CK4+ headphone out. Using line out this trusty E5 warms the signal every so slightly. As some might know I wasn't achieving optimum results straight from CK4+ with H-100. Because of the source it sounded rather unbalanced with laid back lows / highs and a very rich mid range.. This E5 has really worked some magic to the entire frequency range. I hear all that detail that was hidden being amplified. Also, E5 retains almost 100% of the clarity, separation is still obvious without taking a hit, the soundstage is a touch narrower but a small price to pay for the improvements. Adds some weight to the sound signature and although I'm aware of E5 limited potential I'm still obtaining very satisfactory results with this rig. CK4+ is already a rich source so using E5 really straightens out that overly rich chocolate in the mid range.
A possible Leckerton UHA-6S MKII purchase in the future? O_o

lend me your ck4 and I'll be happy to try it for you!
post #1080 of 1259
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Originally Posted by zachchen1996 View Post

lend me your ck4 and I'll be happy to try it for you!

I'm sure you'd like to get your hands on that direct line out. wink_face.gif

I have some other news but yet to confirm 100%. You would of read about the internal and external memory differences in SQ from the CK4+ thread I discovered.

Well, I'm pretty sure only the headphone out is effected, I cannot detect a difference anymore from the line out. (yet to 100% confirm though) It's not something I will just say isn't there until I have at least a few days with this set up. But I am pretty confident indeed at such time. wink.gif
Edited by H20Fidelity - 12/17/12 at 9:41pm
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