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post #1021 of 2303
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/CORECOOL-V2-Dual-Dynamic-High-Fidelity-Professional-IEMs-Inner-Ear-Earphones-/290904065240 hope you can post links here sorry if you cant


You can post links here, it's no biggie. Let us know when they ship it, etc. popcorn.gif

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aurisonics AS-2 at 700 pounds lol I dont think I could spend that much for an IEM no matter how good it sounds maybe if it ever drops to 400 tops i will try it out, out of curiousity where did you try this headphone out. and also iv just ordered the corecool v2 of ebay will see if they are better than the FXZ's and the Vsonics. says its on sale now and prices will go up but it is also a dual dynamic headphone so should be quite bassy. 

 

Can't say I blame you.

 

I was talking about the ASG-2 though. It should b betwen 300-400.

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iv looked at there site and cant find asg-2 could you post a link for me please

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Reviews should be ignored until GR07's have been burned in for at least 300 hrs. 

 

Mine sounded like crap right out of the box, but after 300 hrs... woo wee.

post #1025 of 2303
The difference is really that big? I didnt think the BEs sounded like crap @ all...just a little too much rumble.
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Man, I have the MK2 and I swear sometimes I just want some extra bass. The bass boost on my E12 makes up for it, though, when needed. Is it safe to say the GR07 MK2 + E12 boost = GR07 BE?

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Originally Posted by Change is Good View Post

Man, I have the MK2 and I swear sometimes I just want some extra bass. The bass boost on my E12 makes up for it, though, when needed. Is it safe to say the GR07 MK2 + E12 boost = GR07 BE?

Pretty close but it doesn't muddy up the midrange nearly as much as the e12 bass boost does. That was one area I didn't like about the e12 compared to the e17. Both are awesome with the BE without any adjustments to the amp itself.
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Pretty close but it doesn't muddy up the midrange nearly as much as the e12 bass boost does. That was one area I didn't like about the e12 compared to the e17. Both are awesome with the BE without any adjustments to the amp itself.

 

Man this is making me want to buy the BE, now... grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr angry_face.gif

 

Anyone want to trade? rolleyes.gif

 

I might have to post a classified if not....

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LOL! I like how dynsty ****s all over the amp u have and pumps up a higher end amp. This place is dangerous! wink.gif
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LOL! I like how dynsty ****s all over the amp u have and pumps up a higher end amp. This place is dangerous! wink.gif

 

Wrong.  The e17 and e12 are essentially the same price.  One is a DAC (the e17) that is more customizable...but from a stock (no boosts) standpoint, the e12 is a better amp.  The user was talking about how he/she has to get the BEs rather than the standard GR07s...which IMO is a good idea if a little bass bump is desired over the OGs.

 

I wasn't sh*tting on the e12 at all...I actually like it better for my full sized headphones (M100s), but this is a GR07 BE thread so it's moot.

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Hello everyone, I recently bought the fxz200 to replace my gr07 be because I wanted something with more thump and read that the fxz200 has immaculate bass. Does the fxz200 in fact have more bass than the be, does it sound better overall?
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Hello everyone, I recently bought the fxz200 to replace my gr07 be because I wanted something with more thump and read that the fxz200 has immaculate bass. Does the fxz200 in fact have more bass than the be, does it sound better overall?


Like i said on the other thread. After 2 months of burn-in my FXZ200 sounds amazing. Nothing is recessed and there is lushness and textured that i didn't hear before. They become much more transparent with lovely sparkle to the mids and great extended yet never harsh/ sibilant highs. The FXZ200s sounds like a full size set of audiophile headphones due to their BIG natural sound presentation. The sound is meaty with lots of weight to the notes yet it's not slow.

 

It is the only set of iems that i have heard which didn't sound like you are listening to a set of iems if youknowhatimeng.

post #1033 of 2303
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Like i said on the other thread. After 2 months of burn-in my FXZ200 sounds amazing. Nothing is recessed and there is lushness and textured that i didn't hear before. They become much more transparent with lovely sparkle to the mids and great extended yet never harsh/ sibilant highs. The FXZ200s sounds like a full size set of audiophile headphones due to their BIG natural sound presentation. The sound is meaty with lots of weight to the notes yet it's not slow.

 

It is the only set of iems that i have heard which didn't sound like you are listening to a set of iems if youknowhatimeng.

I should hope so considering they are 2-3 times the size of the GR07 eek.gif this makes sense, however, because there are 3 dynamic drivers in there.  One day I'd definitely like to try these.

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I should hope so considering they are 2-3 times the size of the GR07 eek.gif this makes sense, however, because there are 3 dynamic drivers in there.  One day I'd definitely like to try these.

 

 

What I can't understand is how they possibly managed to squeeze a single dynamic driver into those tiny cks1000's! :)

 

 

post #1035 of 2303
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Originally Posted by dbdynsty25 View Post

Wrong.  The e17 and e12 are essentially the same price.  One is a DAC (the e17) that is more customizable...but from a stock (no boosts) standpoint, the e12 is a better amp.  The user was talking about how he/she has to get the BEs rather than the standard GR07s...which IMO is a good idea if a little bass bump is desired over the OGs.

I wasn't sh*tting on the e12 at all...I actually like it better for my full sized headphones (M100s), but this is a GR07 BE thread so it's moot.

I guess I should have used facecious smileys.
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