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Yuin PK2 wrap up

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That cord looks awesome. Very cool.

Don't know why wont allow to post more than 1 pic in the last 2 posting ...here are the rest wrap up iem that I have done for some of my collection


Philips SHE3580



Awei ES-Q5



Kanen KM-92

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How about the differences between es800m and es900i?
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How about the differences between es800m and es900i?

es800m is a good buy if u can snatch them at EBay for less than USD10 ...me dont have es900i but ...they seem popular too ...so no harm trying them both.
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Today for this buck 10 to 15$ has something better on china in ear?
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Today for this buck 10 to 15$ has something better on china in ear?

Me currently very into this KZ brand ...check out this link

http://www.aliexpress.com/store/group/In-ear-earphones/615477_212075298.html

The range are from usd7 to much expensive ones ...they are pretty decent ....but es800m ...is pretty good in me book .
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Today for this buck 10 to 15$ has something better on china in ear?

For starter check out model KZ A1 or KZ CM9 or ED1
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Bought the T10vi as a present but opened it to try them (already have tried quite a lot of those Chinese cheapies) and burning them in now with an old MP3 player somewhere in the house. I would like to know if these are better than the ES800ms I have. Will post the results for you.

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Bought the T10vi as a present but opened it to try them (already have tried quite a lot of those Chinese cheapies) and burning them in now with an old MP3 player somewhere in the house. I would like to know if these are better than the ES800ms I have. Will post the results for you.

Dont have T10vi but ES800m is a very decent performer for less than USD10 ......but like me previous post ..check out the KZ ED2 @Special Edition or KZ CM9 . they re definitely better than ES800m imho ...cheers .
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So the t10vi and ES800m are quite differently. The T10vi has strong bass which will no second give you too much or too less, it's no boom-boom bass also  but nice and only there if needed, coupled with a huge soundstage. Great for movies, rock and modern music. The ES800m has less bass, less of a V-shape EQ and less soundstage. The T10vi is much lighter and therefore it doesnt fall out of my ears as easily as the ES800ms. Build quality is both over what you would expect for the price, the T10vi even has remote control and a microphone.

Not having tried EQ'ing (800s doing great with some efford) I would consider the T10vi over the ES800ms only if youre looking for a better fit and stronger bass (and the remote eventually).

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Thanks.   I'm definitely checking out the AWEI 800's, which may be a great "everyday" phone, allowing me to save my Ultimate Ears 600's for special occasions.  What's being hyped at the AWEI website right now is the  AWEI ES860 HI, which is being pitched as "Exquisite and Perfect. More Remarkable Than iPhone 6."  That's quite a claim, and a glimpse of the picture is proof of a phone with a unique, distinctive external design.  I'm anxious to see it reviewed.

 

The Awei models using the numbers 700 and 800 emulate the JBM MJ700 and MJ800.  I'd be very interested in reading a comparison between AWEI and JBM brands.

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I will certainly look at those KZ ED2 phones. Already have the famous Monoprices though, does anyone know how they compare?

 

Also, I came across the Awei ES-Q9 wooden earphones. Seem to be good, according this thread: http://www.head-fi.org/t/684159/chinese-asian-brand-info-thread-headphones-iems-amps-dacs

Wondering how they sound compared to other phones. I have bought the Kanen KM 92s two times, but since the change they made in the phones 3 years ago they dont sound any good anymore. If these woodies are lots better I would certainly buy some (nice gifts arent they). Also, they look quite good of course.

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