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Originally Posted by Zelda View Post

anyone to compare the XBA 3 to the h100 ?

XBA-3 feels like applied too much V-EQ.
As my experience, XBA-3 not better than H-100.

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post #1127 of 1259

ok. but what are the differences?

 

i´m considering a V-shaped lively iem


Edited by Zelda - 12/30/12 at 7:22am
post #1128 of 1259
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Originally Posted by Zelda View Post

ok. but what are the differences?

 

i´m considering a V-shaped lively iem

 

I don't have a SONY XBA-3.

So I can't explain what is difference. (and I don't need to do)

How about these info : (XBA-3 is Green)

 

 

 

Can you understand what is difference ?

It's up to you.

post #1129 of 1259
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Originally Posted by Raphael K View Post

 

I don't have a SONY XBA-3.

So I can't explain what is difference. (and I don't need to do)

How about these info : (XBA-3 is Green)

 

 

 

Can you understand what is difference ?

It's up to you.

what is the 2nd graph?

post #1130 of 1259

edit: wrong post


Edited by nick n - 12/31/12 at 12:17pm
post #1131 of 1259
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Originally Posted by Zelda View Post

what is the 2nd graph?

 

2nd graph is basically the easier to understand FR for XBA-3, 1st graph is comparison to the other XBA's, use the 2nd graph to make up your mind.

 

XBA-3 to me has a funny and weird treble, it's kinda 'metallic', IMHO bass and treble, H-100 trumps XBA-3, mids are about the same, not very good on both, but given the right combination of tips and source, H-100 will blow your mind away.

 

Everyone has a different taste, my ultimate H-100 setup at the moment is H-100 + 75ohm adapter + E11 + iDevices, that setup for me just absolutely breathtaking, pulls the mids forward and tames the treble, so the signature becomes a very slight U-shaped

post #1132 of 1259
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Originally Posted by djvkool View Post

 

2nd graph is basically the easier to understand FR for XBA-3, 1st graph is comparison to the other XBA's, use the 2nd graph to make up your mind.

 

XBA-3 to me has a funny and weird treble, it's kinda 'metallic', IMHO bass and treble, H-100 trumps XBA-3, mids are about the same, not very good on both, but given the right combination of tips and source, H-100 will blow your mind away.

 

Everyone has a different taste, my ultimate H-100 setup at the moment is H-100 + 75ohm adapter + E11 + iDevices, that setup for me just absolutely breathtaking, pulls the mids forward and tames the treble, so the signature becomes a very slight U-shaped

thanks. that´s a good description

my setup is much simple, just a Clip+

post #1133 of 1259
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Originally Posted by Zelda View Post

thanks. that´s a good description

my setup is much simple, just a Clip+

 

H-100 is not for the faint hearted tongue_smile.gif, some people hate it, some love it (myself included) - spend some time dressing it up (exploring the perfect tips and amp combo for you) and it will reward you.

 

XBA-3 will be the safer option for you though...

post #1134 of 1259
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Originally Posted by Zelda View Post

thanks. that´s a good description

my setup is much simple, just a Clip+

 

 

I really can't enjoy the H-100 straight out of my RB Clip+. They are very sensitive to the source, and I don't think they pair very well with the Clip+...

post #1135 of 1259
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Originally Posted by putente View Post

 

 

I really can't enjoy the H-100 straight out of my RB Clip+. They are very sensitive to the source, and I don't think they pair very well with the Clip+...

 

That's an understatement and a kindness, I think tongue_smile.gif

 

They pair really, really badly with the Clip, unless you perhaps only listen to EDM. For anything else, the H100 paired directly with a Clip will give you recessed, thin, nasal sounding mids and shrieking trebles that will make you want to pull your ears off. It doesn't pair well with my iPod (5th gen Rockbox) either.

 

The H100 pairs well when used directly with the Colorfly C3, or with an Amp, or indeed with other sources when amped and using a 75Ohm adaptor. It also likes Cowon players where you can adjust the sound to suit yourself.

 

In short, don't connect the H100 directly to a Clip, unless you have a particular liking for ONLY bass and sparkly treble in your music eek.gif

post #1136 of 1259
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Originally Posted by Zelda View Post

what is the 2nd graph?

 

2nd = H-100

post #1137 of 1259
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Originally Posted by Raphael K View Post




I would like to have this graph made into a poster for my bedroom wall. happy_face1.gif
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post


I would like to have this graph made into a poster for my bedroom wall. happy_face1.gif

 

 

So, what you are trying to tell us is that you really like these headphones, right? confused_face_2.gif   dt880smile.png

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So, what you are trying to tell us is that you really like these headphones, right? confused_face_2.gif   dt880smile.png

When I marry them you can be one of the brides maids. wink.gif
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When I marry them you can be one of the brides maids. wink.gif

 

I read about some chick married a Robert Pattinson cardboard poster so I can't see why you can't marry H-100

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