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They are ok if you want a dark, bassy sound but if not the hifiman earphones are favorable around $100.

The earphone connectors on the se215 are easily fixed if you push the pin slightly with a toothpick. Mine had this issue but after I re-adjusted it they've been going strong for two years.
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Originally Posted by Punnisher View Post

They are ok if you want a dark, bassy sound but if not the hifiman earphones are favorable around $100.

The earphone connectors on the se215 are easily fixed if you push the pin slightly with a toothpick. Mine had this issue but after I re-adjusted it they've been going strong for two years.

Well, I've seen one rust too. It turned all blue... I tried fixing it for my friend, but the connectors are still prone to dust and oil.

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They are ok if you want a dark, bassy sound 

 

:L3000:

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Unfortunately, the Theorem do a slight hiss with Parterre...very soft one ( i am fine with it)...otherwise, this could be my end journey for IEM setup..and it is still my best IEM setup at this moment..


Muzic, do you still keep your 334?
I find myself using the Parterre more also....
post #8165 of 14987
*sniffle*
My baby Sennheisers have grown up so much. After 6+ years of service in school and working around the house, her net worth went from a mere $25 USD to a wealthy $9,514. She still accompanies me in bed on occasion when the need comes. smily_headphones1.gif
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*sniffle*
My baby Sennheisers have grown up so much. After 6+ years of service in school and working around the house, her net worth went from a mere $25 USD to a wealthy $9,514. She still accompanies me in bed on occasion when the need comes. smily_headphones1.gif

 

 

HAHA, that's funny...I bet there must be a typo error somewhere. The price is unbelievable

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Usual Hifi-m8 pron.
post #8168 of 14987
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Muzic, do you still keep your 334?
I find myself using the Parterre more also....

same here cosmic..me more to Parterre as well. The TG334 has a very good MIDS and actually i find it more to my liking. The problem is...apparently this TG334 looks very easy to drive but not that easy to find the best amp to go with it (the Parterre is less picky to amplification). For DAP, my pick would be Tera Player, but i still prefer Parterre to go with the same setup. Using AK120, i find sometimes the MIDS of TG334 could be a bit too aggressive, with HM901 (using minibox card) though on some recordings i find it very pleasant to listen, but most time i feel like HM901 is too powerful to drive very sensitive iems like TG334. 

 

But these two setup below serve TG334 very nice, and it makes me still keeping TG334 with me as complement to my Parterre.

 

post #8169 of 14987

good info,i agree it,The C3 with it's touch controls would be trouble some using any kind of bands or o-ring covering those sections. The Fiio straps may fit nicely just below the screen though looking at it now.thanks for your sharing

hDIQWz

post #8170 of 14987
Ko Jo KM 01 is My DX 50 best pair portable amp :

Source : IBasso DX 50
Amp : Ko Jo KM 01
Iem : Hippo Pro One is cheap single BA driver , but SQ is very good for USD 100
Cable : Tralucent UBER mini to mini

SQ :
This Ko Jo KM 01 is the best Amp pair with my DX 50
IMO


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*sniffle*
My baby Sennheisers have grown up so much. After 6+ years of service in school and working around the house, her net worth went from a mere $25 USD to a wealthy $9,514. She still accompanies me in bed on occasion when the need comes. smily_headphones1.gif

I used to have that same ZEN Nano...though I believe mine was 1GB. My fist mp3 player ever:L3000:

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Stealth 530

Really nice job. They look great.

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Really nice job. They look great.

Thanks, and sound great too.. :D

post #8175 of 14987

that looks... GORGEOUS!!

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