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post #781 of 793
Hey guys! My local store said that the stocks for the r1s will arrive in early december. But they do have the meelec m6. Should i wait for the r1's or go for the m6?

How does the two compare?
post #782 of 793

I find the R1s give better than average isolation with the right fitting tip.  I'd also definitely choose them over the M6.

post #783 of 793
I guess i should wait for the r1s then?
post #784 of 793
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Originally Posted by justgotlucky123 View Post

I guess i should wait for the r1s then?

I've had both and I prefer the R1.  Meelec makes makes good in ears, the build quality is nice.  Both earphones lean towards a bass heavy signature but for me the R1 sounds more balanced and musical.

post #785 of 793

Guys i wanna ask something.

 

I had this earphone but unfortunately it got lost.

 

I'm gonna purchase a new complyfoam for my Meelec M-duo's.

What was the size of the complyfoam that is in R1's box??

 

Is it isolation or isolation plus?

And S / M / L

 

Are those medium size or large?


Edited by badtrip - 10/19/13 at 11:56pm
post #786 of 793
Quote:
Originally Posted by badtrip View Post
 

Guys i wanna ask something.

 

I had this earphone but unfortunately it got lost.

 

I'm gonna purchase a new complyfoam for my Meelec M-duo's.

What was the size of the complyfoam that is in R1's box??

 

Is it isolation or isolation plus?

And S / M / L

 

Are those medium size or large?

Medium. 

post #787 of 793

i just got these today!!! however, i feel like they are a bit TOO bassy for me. i mainly listen to hip-hop and jazz/bebop, and the bass just makes the units rattle. i had to lower the volume (i never go above 50%) a bit and even use the "Bass Reducer" EQ setting in my phone. now since these are still fresh, should i be patient after burning them in, or perhaps look for another alternative. i got these because of the price and the mic (supposedly) works for my android device (my monster gratitudes did not). thoughts and opinions??

post #788 of 793

Well after some tinkering, i've taken off all EQ settings, and put the volume at few ticks below 50%. the sound is getting much better and i'm going to give these a chance to burn in (anyone know any site/youtube that i can play on loop??). so far so good. i'm using the already-equipped double-flange tips and it made a difference than the comply's that were supplied. FINGERS CROSSED!

post #789 of 793
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Originally Posted by method526 View Post
 

Well after some tinkering, i've taken off all EQ settings, and put the volume at few ticks below 50%. the sound is getting much better and i'm going to give these a chance to burn in (anyone know any site/youtube that i can play on loop??). so far so good. i'm using the already-equipped double-flange tips and it made a difference than the comply's that were supplied. FINGERS CROSSED!

 

> http://www.bassdrivearchive.com/flashme/

post #790 of 793
Quote:
Originally Posted by method526 View Post
 

Well after some tinkering, i've taken off all EQ settings, and put the volume at few ticks below 50%. the sound is getting much better and i'm going to give these a chance to burn in (anyone know any site/youtube that i can play on loop??). so far so good. i'm using the already-equipped double-flange tips and it made a difference than the comply's that were supplied. FINGERS CROSSED!


This noise is perfect for burn-in:

 

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/rnrj5g0mmbldj58/ZhYIByMYOE/White-Pink-Brown%20Noise%20%28For%20burn%20in%29.wav

post #791 of 793
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Originally Posted by emmarbee View Post
 


Is it because it is too bright? Cause that was the only reason i didn't like at the beginning... 

I've been using it for a while now and nothing really improved. It is bright that is getting not really engaging to listen to. 

post #792 of 793
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Originally Posted by Disconnekt View Post
 

 

My M5, while supposedly a fairly unoffensive-sounding IEM by the sounds of all the reviews, had a painful spike around 5kHz

 

apparently brainwavz products in a serious relationship with the 2-4khz frequency range because my M4 had a painful spike around 4khz too and R1 had the same around 2khz.

post #793 of 793
Quote:
Originally Posted by method526 View Post
 

Well after some tinkering, i've taken off all EQ settings, and put the volume at few ticks below 50%. the sound is getting much better and i'm going to give these a chance to burn in (anyone know any site/youtube that i can play on loop??). so far so good. i'm using the already-equipped double-flange tips and it made a difference than the comply's that were supplied. FINGERS CROSSED!

I have mine for over 3 months now. And I do agree that the double-flange tips provide a far better seal than the comply, though the comply are definitely more comfortable for long periods of wear >30min. 

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