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Originally Posted by mochill View Post

If your a basshead then I can tell you the sony xb90ex has the best bass response while still having amazing mids and treble , the bass doesn't muddy up the other frequency.

are these worth the extra $90 over the Sony's?


Edited by mattzane227 - 5/10/13 at 8:10am
post #977 of 2326
Yes they are if you want bass with amazing tranparecy also a new iem that came out that is impressing me more is the corecool v2 on ebay.it cost $99 but it is out of stock until the end of the month and I can tell you they are the best basshead iem in my opinion smily_headphones1.gif
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Originally Posted by miXwui View Post

Hmm maybe the fit (tips/nozzle position) is wrong? GR06 and GR07 have always been extremely comfortable for me and friends that have tried them on. I like the square housing, light, slim profile that doesn't hurt my ear at all. But maybe I'm just lucky, or you're an elf :D

 

If that's not the case, I hope the sibilance dies down with burn-in!

 

I have to wear them like this...sibilance is down after about 40 hours. I can see how a basshead would be all over this thing. And I have to admit, certain songs in my library are ABSOLUTELY more fun w/ the added kick. basshead.gif

 

Perhaps I'm getting used to it, but...but...I really, really like these, lol!

 

FWIW: The sibilance and bass boom is coming from this track:

 

https://www.facebook.com/StephenSwartzMusic/app_220150904689418

 

Skip straight to 3:45 and there's a low level bass that's just brilliant w/ these things.

 

 

photo 1-cabledown.jpg

 

 

 

Edited by Jodiuh - 5/11/13 at 12:22am
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^ Welp there goes my gr07 BEs. biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by Jodiuh View Post

 
 
 

 

I have to wear them like this...sibilance is down after about 40 hours. I can see how a basshead would be all over this thing. And I have to admit, certain songs in my library are ABSOLUTELY more fun w/ the added kick. basshead.gif

 

Perhaps I'm getting used to it, but...but...I really, really like these, lol!

 

FWIW: The sibilance and bass boom is coming from this track:

 

https://www.facebook.com/StephenSwartzMusic/app_220150904689418

 

Skip straight to 3:45 and there's a low level bass that's just brilliant w/ these things.

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

photo 1-cabledown.jpg

 

 

Really? I would think you wouldn't get nearly the same amount of sound isolation thus sound quality if you wear them that way /:

This isn't me, but this is how they should be worn:

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

And they are very comfortable that way, the cable rests on your ear and you can't feel it.

But if that works for you and you're happy, then go for it!

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Do these have sibilance like the old GR07 that joker reviewed or not? I might try some but I don't want them if they are too bright and sibilant.

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Originally Posted by nicholars View Post

Do these have sibilance like the old GR07 that joker reviewed or not? I might try some but I don't want them if they are too bright and sibilant.
I can't speak on the old gr07 but I don't think they are at all ...they're very smooth in the treble range
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Originally Posted by nicholars View Post

Do these have sibilance like the old GR07 that joker reviewed or not? I might try some but I don't want them if they are too bright and sibilant.

I had the original GR07 before the BEs and they definitely improved on the simblance...or lack thereof. The originals needed a good 200 hours of burn in to lessen it. The BEs need no such thing...out of the box the simblance was non existent. So if that's your worry...worry no more.
Edited by dbdynsty25 - 5/12/13 at 9:19am
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i agree,my pair was almost bassless and sibilant, weeks of torching (200ish hours) and they sound super smooth

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Originally Posted by dbdynsty25 View Post


I had the original GR07 before the BEs and they definitely improved on the simblance...or lack thereof. The originals needed a good 200 hours of burn in to lessen it. The BEs need no such thing...out of the box the simblance was non existent. So if that's your worry...worry no more.

Have to agree, my BE were a bit on the bright side and still are but the more I use them the more they smooth out while mantaining the clarity. These little IEM are makeing me have second thoughts on the new IE800 and K3003...sheesh they are that good!  I have them hook to my Xperia Z+ PHA-1 Fantastic!  Sony XA7ES+Benchmark Dac I Out of this world!gs1000.gif

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They age something like fine wine hmmmm..interesting I love mine
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oooh my BE's. without yooooouuuuu.....

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Thats pretty great!
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http://www.head-fi.org/t/478568/multi-iem-review-281-iems-compared-vsonic-gr07-be-and-r02-silver-added-05-15-13-p-688

 

Joker just added his review of the BE to his massive IEM Review guide...go check it out!

post #990 of 2326

fantastic!

over time, these are sure to attract more head-fiers since the god of iem reviews finally has thoughts on them.

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