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Make sure to see HiFlight's review of the RE600's for those interested here

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Yes HiFiMAN will have RE-600, RE-400 and HM-901 at CE Week next week in NYC. Dr. Fang will be there in person. Please stop by and visit.

 

Peter

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Hopefully there will be an ETA announced this time for the HM901.

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Thanks for the impressions.  So, you like it more than your ER-4PT, EX800ST, PFE232... really?  Which amp, Warbler?

For balanced listening, I am using my iBasso PB2 and desktop Bantam Gold. So far, the RE-600 is my iem of choice except if I need max isolation, in which case my modded ER4 remains my first choice.
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If someone could compare the RE-400 with the MDR-7550, that would be sweet. :)

Did anyone do this?

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I'm getting so much more bass and less treble with a deep insertion. I definitely prefer the shallow insertion. Going deep is far too warm for me... but holy cow sub bass is insane with the deep insertion. To go deep, I made a modded tip using the stock bi-flangies and a cut-out of the tail end another pair of stock tips. I'm definitely sticking with shallow when on-the-go, and staying with deep + equalization when at the computer.


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HiFi man going all out, these should be interesting,

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After few hours of listening, am very impressed. Very well rounded sig and boy can they punch. Bass quantity is near on perfect. Soundstage width alone is nothing to shout about, but depth and subsequent soundstage proportions are superb.
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Yes, I generally find soundstage width less significant per se than its arrangement and details.

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Not sure if this has already been linked but:

 

http://en.goldenears.net/index.php?mid=GR_Earphones&category=112&document_srl=19626

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After few hours of listening, am very impressed. Very well rounded sig and boy can they punch. Bass quantity is near on perfect. Soundstage width alone is nothing to shout about, but depth and subsequent soundstage proportions are superb.

 

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Yes, I generally find soundstage width less significant per se than its arrangement and details.

Indeed, the RE-400 has very nice depth, 'layeredness', and height. Best soundstage of any IEM I've heard so far.

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Yes, I generally find soundstage width less significant per se than its arrangement and details.

 
 

Absolutely. A wide soundstage with little depth sounds all off to me. I'd much rather have all proportions appropriate to one another. 

 

 

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Indeed, the RE-400 has very nice depth, 'layeredness', and height. Best soundstage of any IEM I've heard so far.

 
 

I'l have to give it more time to determine how it scores against my favorites. I wish I still had the RE-272 to compare against, as that had a hell of a sounstage.

 

What I will say is that both bass impact and quantity easily exceed that of the RE-272. Even with +2db down low, the RE-272 couldn't hit as hard as this. 

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Yes, I generally find soundstage width less significant per se than its arrangement and details.

 

Absolutely. A wide soundstage with little depth sounds all off to me. I'd much rather have all proportions appropriate to one another. 

 

 

 

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Indeed, the RE-400 has very nice depth, 'layeredness', and height. Best soundstage of any IEM I've heard so far.

 

I'l have to give it more time to determine how it scores against my favorites. I wish I still had the RE-272 to compare against, as that had a hell of a sounstage.

 

What I will say is that both bass impact and quantity easily exceed that of the RE-272. Even with +2db down low, the RE-272 couldn't hit this hard. 

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What I will say is that both bass impact and quantity easily exceed that of the RE-272. Even with +2db down low, the RE-272 couldn't hit this hard. 

 

Curious to hear the difference. I'm definitely bringing my RE-272 to AC Gears HiFiman open house next week.

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Not sure if this has already been linked but:

 

http://en.goldenears.net/index.php?mid=GR_Earphones&category=112&document_srl=19626

 

So, there is a massive SPL and decay at 2kHz.

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