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post #496 of 793

I dont kno of much music comprised of thunder so then by ur def. not hearing sub bass at all????just saying how low can any iem go and do we ever hear sub bass???

post #497 of 793
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Originally Posted by rammlied69 View Post

I dont kno of much music comprised of thunder so then by ur def. not hearing sub bass at all????just saying how low can any iem go and do we ever hear sub bass???

'Rather' was the joker word theresmily_headphones1.gif Ofc you can hear the sub-bass.Human ear can hear above 20 Hz and sub-bass is below 60 Hz.And i meant thunder sound as in lightning

post #498 of 793

About earphones you can read specifications on the box and you can test what you can hear :

http://mdf1.tripod.com/test-tones.html

Download the zip file then play

post #499 of 793
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Originally Posted by Patsy View Post

About earphones you can read specifications on the box and you can test what you can hear :

http://mdf1.tripod.com/test-tones.html

Download the zip file then play

Ok ty for helpful info i will def check this out thnx for link

post #500 of 793
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Originally Posted by rammlied69 View Post

Ok ty for helpful info i will def check this out thnx for link

Well i just listened to all test tones and bad newz is i cant hear above 15000hz but i can hear 20hz using sony mh1c!!! i have for yrs worked in a noisy work place  so it comes as no surprise i have some loss but i do wear hearing protection,but also for yrs i played guitar  in bands with no protection so lucky i can hear at all i guess normal_smile%20.gif

post #501 of 793

I can not hear above 18 khz but I think also 15 khz is quite normal if you're not a teenager.

 

2 quotes:

 

"Age affects high frequencies more than low, and men more frequently than women. One early consequence is that even young adults may lose the ability to hear very high frequency tones above 15 or 16 khz."

 

"Children until 5 years can hear quite good, up to 21 KHz

Young people until 25 years only up to 18 KHz

At 35 years up to 15 KHz

At 85 years only up to 5 KHz
These Values are statistic and differ individually."

post #502 of 793

I'm 40, have some hearing damage.

 

Can hear 20-15000Hz

 

Pretty happy with that.

post #503 of 793

Hey there..

 

I ordered my earphones  2.5 weeks ago..

Thanks god the wait is over.

Just got my pair, and did some testing with my Meelectronics M11P earphones.

 

 

Although M11P is balanced, it  also seems to be bass giants when compared to my R1!

That would also mean that my Meelec M6P phones are bass gods.

 

I could feel the bass deep inside of me, with my M11P but now its all gone.

Those pair does not have deep bass at all!

And i wanna feel it right inside of me.

 

I dont know, maybe i need to burn my new pair some hours..

But i don't really think that the bass will differ so much.

 

I really didn't like it that way with trance music.

Classic seems no problem to me, but i'm not a huge classic music fan!

Something is missing in my songs, something that i had on my M11P's.

The vocals right now seem to be strange to me right now, and something in the music recessed and not feel right..

 

Although i'm complaining about it, it also has a pro..

I just found out that my Meelec's are mono.. with zero soundstage.

GOD THATS BEAUTIFUL!!!!

The whole pattern of my music just changed and its really a pleasure to listen right now.

It seems that when you gain a property you also lose another one..

 

Those earphones are my very first dual dynamic pairs.

As its my first compare, can some guy here please confirm me with all above?

Am i wrong? Or whats the problem here...


Edited by badtrip - 11/7/12 at 1:04pm
post #504 of 793

i have a similar problem, the bass is there, but not too heavy. The high are good, not wow but good... the mid regular.

 

 

no burn it, after 72 hr i will tell us more...

post #505 of 793

Wow... I've never heard of someone criticizing the R1's for being bass light. I have them, and they are by FAR the most bass heavy IEM's I own and I only own dynamic driver IEM's.

post #506 of 793

I peeled the foam from the comply tips from the center and stuffed the foam into the base (bigger) layer of the double silicon tip... WOW The bass impact can get crazy. It isn't super strong in the mid-bass but when the bass is super low you can feel it. feelsgoodman.jpg

post #507 of 793
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Originally Posted by bhima View Post

Wow... I've never heard of someone criticizing the R1's for being bass light. I have them, and they are by FAR the most bass heavy IEM's I own and I only own dynamic driver IEM's.

that is beacuse i have a panasonic 350 and it have still more bass and a more warm sound... 

post #508 of 793
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Originally Posted by bhima View Post

Wow... I've never heard of someone criticizing the R1's for being bass light. I have them, and they are by FAR the most bass heavy IEM's I own and I only own dynamic driver IEM's.

 

well...he's comparing them to the M6. 

 

@badtrip

unfortunately for you and fortunately for me, the burn-in took away some of the bass, especially the midbass settles down quite a bit.

post #509 of 793

The new Deftones sounds brilliant with the R1!

Haven't compared it yet with my M4 and M5 though.

post #510 of 793

just checked the box again and it says "balanced sound"...

so they are clearly not advertising it as a bass heavy iem, right?

(apart from that, it can easily provide some with EQ to the more demanding ones)

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