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post #1486 of 2317

Free shipping is a lottery)))

post #1487 of 2317
I bought from Amazon and tho they gave me a tracking number, I got the wrong item!

Grats on the new cans! Enjoy!
post #1488 of 2317
I just ordered from LMUE Sunday and received an update email today saying status is processing. Not sure if they will send another update for when they ship. But, at least my paypal payment did not goto an unresponsive black hole.
post #1489 of 2317
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Originally Posted by howdy View Post

If I may jump in, these are my favorite IEM to date. I have had a lot of different ones and these are buy far more superior. Do I think they are bassy, no, they produce great sound especially after they have burnt in for awhile and have good accurate sound coming out of them from a good dap Right now my are paired with my Fiio X3, which is an amazing combo. To who ever is on the fence about buying these, go for it, you will not be disappointed with them. Also they are coming out with a few different models at the beginning of next year.

 

do you think these are good for metal? solid kickdrum and can play loud?

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In my opinion, kick drums are great, but I listen to hard electronic music. Furthermore these go so loud you will most likely go deaf if turned up all the way. I turn the music up to max during burn in and they are as loud as a speaker, no amp was used.
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Originally Posted by Nyanman View Post

In my opinion, kick drums are great, but I listen to hard electronic music. Furthermore these go so loud you will most likely go deaf if turned up all the way. I turn the music up to max during burn in and they are as loud as a speaker, no amp was used.

 

DANG... sounds awesome! do you think these will sound better than the monster turbine gold's? i like aggressive and loud. im hoping these fit the bill

post #1492 of 2317
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Originally Posted by Sargatanas View Post
 

 

do you think these are good for metal? solid kickdrum and can play loud?

 

I got these primarily for electronic (some EDM, but mostly synth stuff) and metal/rock (I listen to alot of doom, DM and BM) and any of the GR07 are of the best options for metal IMO.  You'll get a bit more satisfying bass slam for drums with the BE as expected, but the mids aren't too compromised.  Still, the MKII will be more neutral overall so things like guitars and vocals will be a bit more forward in comparison, so it's up to you.  Both are very similar though so don't expect vast changes between the two.  Also don't expect a bass monster with the BE - the bass is fast, clean and accurate.  Aggressive and loud definitely fits the bill here :cool:


Edited by modulor - 9/17/13 at 9:12am
post #1493 of 2317

Hey guys, these are $133.25 from lendmeurears. Would you say they are the best in this price category or would you recommend something else. I listen to edm,dubstep and trance mainly.

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Originally Posted by koreanzombie View Post
 

Hey guys, these are $133.25 from lendmeurears. Would you say they are the best in this price category or would you recommend something else. I listen to edm,dubstep and trance mainly.

 

I would say yes, you could tell by the 100 page thread about it :D 

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Im sure this has been answered 40 or 50 times in this thread, dont have time to read every page lol. here we go: will these iem's sound good through an ipod video(5th generation)? i want to know if the ipod video has enough power to drive these headphones. i think these headphones are 67ohm. not sure what kind of power the ipod video has. i plan on getting the fiio X3 in the future but for now, i have funds to get the headphones first. thanx for any input.

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Originally Posted by Sargatanas View Post
 

Im sure this has been answered 40 or 50 times in this thread, dont have time to read every page lol. here we go: will these iem's sound good through an ipod video(5th generation)? i want to know if the ipod video has enough power to drive these headphones. i think these headphones are 67ohm. not sure what kind of power the ipod video has. i plan on getting the fiio X3 in the future but for now, i have funds to get the headphones first. thanx for any input.

 

I'm not sure about the ipod video but they sound perfectly fine from an iphone 4s and iphone 4 

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Originally Posted by Sargatanas View Post
 

Im sure this has been answered 40 or 50 times in this thread, dont have time to read every page lol. here we go: will these iem's sound good through an ipod video(5th generation)? i want to know if the ipod video has enough power to drive these headphones. i think these headphones are 67ohm. not sure what kind of power the ipod video has. i plan on getting the fiio X3 in the future but for now, i have funds to get the headphones first. thanx for any input.

 

That'd likely be a good pairing, and I had no problems driving them from low power sources like my Clip+ which I think only has between 7-15mW output.  They are actually closer to 40 Ohm impedance according to the specs, but it does vary.  You only have to worry about something that is rated 80+ Ohm impedance before considering amping when it comes to IEMs IMO - benefits may be present/audible, but it won't be a dramatic improvement since they are already pretty easy to drive.  

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I would like to use the for mixing like I said.. are they decent monitor wise? (mixing as in production, not dj). I do drum and bass, jungle and IDM

 

Also, what about the gym? I would like to use them for exercise, while I lift weights and do some walking outside, but im scared the sweat will damage the thing or something. Are the foams removable and washable easily?

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I would like to use the for mixing like I said.. are they decent monitor wise? (mixing as in production, not dj). I do drum and bass, jungle and IDM

 

Also, what about the gym? I would like to use them for exercise, while I lift weights and do some walking outside, but im scared the sweat will damage the thing or something. Are the foams removable and washable easily?

 

If you are mixing, I'd suggest something more neutral like the MKII.  They're good for activity since they are over the ear, no microphonics and you can wear the cable behind your neck.  The tips are removable and you can wash the silicone tips easily.  As long as you have a good seal you should have no issues with sweat.

post #1500 of 2317
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Originally Posted by suppaduppa View Post

I would like to use the for mixing like I said.. are they decent monitor wise? (mixing as in production, not dj). I do drum and bass, jungle and IDM

Also, what about the gym? I would like to use them for exercise, while I lift weights and do some walking outside, but im scared the sweat will damage the thing or something. Are the foams removable and washable easily?

I've used my BEs for working out for 8 months now and not a single problem with them. They are perfect because of the over the ear nature.
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