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I found the S4i really sibilant though I found the sound signature to be much more favourable compared to the Brainwavz R1 (and people compared those to the Brainwavz M5 which scored higher than the S4i in the 270+ IEM review thread). Are the new S4i's as sibilant as the first, or do they keep their soundstage and IMO punchy yet not overpowering bass signature while losing much of the sibilance and focusing more on the soundstage/positioning it lacked? Also, has the build quality been improved? Both S4i's of mines broke (at the 3.5mm jack area, though I plan to repair those later), and it kind of displeases me that it breaks so easily after a year.

post #17 of 19

Anyone with experience with both the X7I and the X10 know how they compare?

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Originally Posted by Sycho View Post

I found the S4i really sibilant though I found the sound signature to be much more favourable compared to the Brainwavz R1 (and people compared those to the Brainwavz M5 which scored higher than the S4i in the 270+ IEM review thread). Are the new S4i's as sibilant as the first, or do they keep their soundstage and IMO punchy yet not overpowering bass signature while losing much of the sibilance and focusing more on the soundstage/positioning it lacked? Also, has the build quality been improved? Both S4i's of mines broke (at the 3.5mm jack area, though I plan to repair those later), and it kind of displeases me that it breaks so easily after a year.

 

 

The S4i and S4i (II) share the same award-winning sound although I was told by the engineers that they cleaned up the higher levels from artifacts on the S4i (II).

 

Build quality is MUCH improved. We have added strength to critical points along the body, microphone, remote and cables.

 

Please remember that, if you bought from an authorized dealer, you have a two-year warranty on your headphones.

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Anyone with experience with both the X7I and the X10 know how they compare?

 

The X10i seem to have more pronounced bass while the X7i is very balanced.

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