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JVC HA-FXZ 100/200

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A new world of JVC Ha-FXT90??

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first impression: WTF?


K, so it seems to be a triple dynamic IEM with the 3rd driver at the very back of the housing, a first?

Edited by Inks - 10/18/12 at 1:30am
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A triple dynamic.... Where are JVC taking us...
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Damn, I don't understand a Japanese word, and the web translation doesn't seem to help.


TRIPLE dynamic driver? WOW!

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Well I got that from the images.

Twin driver + woofer. It uses the same or similar design drivers to the FXT-90 and then has some giant woofer on the back!
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If it ain't bassy, I don't know what's that woofer for.

I think i've to postpone my wish on AH-C300 now...

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do I need it? no

will I get it? Hell yeah!



God, I just love stuff like that :|

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FXT-90 on steroid! I want it now!

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now that I reda about the technologies used in the iems, I'm sure I'll like it very much! hope it is priced within 200$ budget :)

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Yeah. I think it'd belong to mid tier. a grade above fxt-90 hopefully.

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both 100 and 200 are 2x5.8+1x8.8 mm different tunning?

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I wished I knew Japanese words...

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That's the strangest looking IEM I've seen but I like the concept.  I hope the mids and highs sound better on these than the FXT90 because if its just an FXT90 with more bass than I can do without them.

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Originally Posted by plasmoic View Post

both 100 and 200 are 2x5.8+1x8.8 mm different tunning?

the difference is the housing metal used - the 100 has aluminum and the 200 has brass housings. also, there is silver coated OFC cable on the pricier model, while the 100 has just "regular" I guess... advertised frequency response is also bit different...


they say that they use this kelton speaker technology, which make sit possible to add a subwoofer that will add some bass to the sound without intruding and overpowering other frequencies.

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