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post #2206 of 2297

i am gonna send my gr07 mk2 back for warranty purposes to lmue,,,,i was thinking of asking them to provide me with be instead of the classic which they are obliged to do.

but i am afraid they won't agree as classic is way cheaper than be.

 

but listening to copper pro's for a while i think mk2 can use a little bit more bass for sure,,otherwise its just too good especially for rock.the drums are beyond amazing on that.

 

can anyone here tell me difference between be and mk2 in a bit more detail than just having more bass and slightly less detail??

post #2207 of 2297

I sold mine a while ago and thought I could get some cheaper iems and be okay.  Regretted it.  I got the Sony XB90EX's and didn't really like them.  I've been using my JVC XX cheapo's and just happened upon the $130 price surfing ebay which is about the same price I sold my old ones for.  I'm back on board.

post #2208 of 2297
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Originally Posted by mattzane227 View Post
 

I sold mine a while ago and thought I could get some cheaper iems and be okay.  Regretted it.  I got the Sony XB90EX's and didn't really like them.  I've been using my JVC XX cheapo's and just happened upon the $130 price surfing ebay which is about the same price I sold my old ones for.  I'm back on board.


man gr07 mk2 and be are both addictive.

they kick copper turbine pro's ass all day around and its not even close................

post #2209 of 2297
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Originally Posted by sardar17 View Post

i am gonna send my gr07 mk2 back for warranty purposes to lmue,,,,i was thinking of asking them to provide me with be instead of the classic which they are obliged to do.
but i am afraid they won't agree as classic is way cheaper than be.

but listening to copper pro's for a while i think mk2 can use a little bit more bass for sure,,otherwise its just too good especially for rock.the drums are beyond amazing on that.

can anyone here tell me difference between be and mk2 in a bit more detail than just having more bass and slightly less detail??

Not sure what makes you think the BE has less detail??? To me they are the same as the mk2 with a touch more bass/sub bass. So if you like the Mk2 but found it a little bass light then...well...BE it is.
post #2210 of 2297
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Originally Posted by dbdynsty25 View Post


Not sure what makes you think the BE has less detail??? To me they are the same as the mk2 with a touch more bass/sub bass. So if you like the Mk2 but found it a little bass light then...well...BE it is.


like is a very small word for mk2!!

but yeah i would like a touch more bass/sub bass in them.

 

the other problem of gr07 is its isolation....

post #2211 of 2297

After about 18 months my GR07 BE is making crackling sounds when the audio jack end is moving, guess the Vsonics weren't built that well. Looking now for an upgrade in the $300 - $400 range with similar sound. Clear, analytical with a bit of bass, can anyone recommend anything?

post #2212 of 2297

If you like the sound, then I'd have them recabled. 

post #2213 of 2297
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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post
 

If you like the sound, then I'd have them recabled. 


even i want to know other option to gr07 mk2/be in 300-400$ range.

i am sending my gro7 mk2 back for warranty purposes so should i get re-400 as backup??

post #2214 of 2297

The re-400 is a very good $100 iem. Certainly worth more than the asking price. 

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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post
 

The re-400 is a very good $100 iem. Certainly worth more than the asking price. 


any idea about carbo tenore??

post #2216 of 2297

Sorry, the vsonics and hifiman are the only ones that I've had experience with. 

post #2217 of 2297

Thanks MattTCG, I enjoy their sound alot but not sure how long it will be before one of the drivers decides to die though. I have had the left driver of a GR07 mk1 go funny after 11 months. 

Currently checking out BTG Audio.

post #2218 of 2297

I'm about to buy this to replace my VSD1 but I have one concern. I often lie down while listening to music and VSD1 has really been comfortable for me even with lying down sidewards unlike my Brainwavz B2. Can anybody confirm if it is comfortable to lie down sidewards while wearing GR07?


Edited by lynx121 - 6/19/14 at 7:17am
post #2219 of 2297
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Originally Posted by marth View Post
 

Thanks MattTCG, I enjoy their sound alot but not sure how long it will be before one of the drivers decides to die though. I have had the left driver of a GR07 mk1 go funny after 11 months. 

Currently checking out BTG Audio.

I had exactly the same issue and just over 10.5 months. Mine are currently back at "lend me ur ears" for replacement.

post #2220 of 2297
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Originally Posted by Tooros View Post
 

I had exactly the same issue and just over 10.5 months. Mine are currently back at "lend me ur ears" for replacement.


am gonna send mine back too,,,tomorrow

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