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I am sorry miceblue
I have tried LCD X open version
I feel lighter pressure to my head than my LCD 2

 

Maybe they are heavier but the Clamping Force is weaker? That could be making them "seem" lighter?

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Maybe they are heavier but the Clamping Force is weaker? That could be making them "seem" lighter?

Maybe Paul
The close LCD XC must heavier with close wooden ear cup
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Yes. All ADs are 3D printed. I don't think there is a non-3D printed version.

What I mean this mad dogs headphone Sean

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house cleaning rig

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house cleaning rig

That looks cool man.

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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

Listening to Chuck with another member's Donguri's

Sean, How is the Donguri?  I love my sui...

 

Thanks

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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post



Before has Mad Dogs non 3 D printed

 

The original Mad Dogs are modded Fostex T50rp.  Alpha Dogs are 3D printed cups...

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Literally just got my CLAS in the mail + a free ALO Copper digital USB From seller :D. Very, very excited!

 

Sennheiser Momentums > C&C BH2 > Stock mini to mini > SOLO original > ALO Copper Digital USB > ipod classic 120gb.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

Did you get the Solo on the FS forums? I'm looking for something to up my portable game! 

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Did you get the Solo on the FS forums? I'm looking for something to up my portable game! 

I did not, I actually happened upon it on Amazon. There was a used one for 300 (didn't realize it came with the ALO cable) and I just jumped at the opportunity. Good luck hunting, its a fantastic piece of technology :)

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I did not, I actually happened upon it on Amazon. There was a used one for 300 (didn't realize it came with the ALO cable) and I just jumped at the opportunity. Good luck hunting, its a fantastic piece of technology :)

 

I'll have to start putting my eye out! Thanks, hope you enjoy it :D 

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Sean, How is the Donguri?  I love my sui...

 

Thanks

 

This is very brief impressions. I normally prefer to spend much more time with a pair of earphones before forming a more solid thought. At initial impressions, the Donguri seems more "tonally balanced" than the Sui to my ears. To me the Sui does seem more on the darkish side (or maybe dark isn't the right word?). The Donguri extends the upper mids and trebles nicely. Soundstage of the Donguri is also quite wide for a pair of small IEMs. If there's any nitpicking it probably doesn't have the resolution I'm accustomed to and the weight for me make it a little difficult to walk around with - but sitting down listening is naturally fine. Of the Ocharaku range, I think the Donguri may top my list.

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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post
 

 

This is very brief impressions. I normally prefer to spend much more time with a pair of earphones before forming a more solid thought. At initial impressions, the Donguri seems more "tonally balanced" than the Sui to my ears. To me the Sui does seem more on the darkish side (or maybe dark isn't the right word?). The Donguri extends the upper mids and trebles nicely. Soundstage of the Donguri is also quite wide for a pair of small IEMs. If there's any nitpicking it probably doesn't have the resolution I'm accustomed to and the weight for me make it a little difficult to walk around with - but sitting down listening is naturally fine. Of the Ocharaku range, I think the Donguri may top my list.

Wow, even Kaede? 

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I'm not sure where I read Grado headphones cannot do EDM genres very well, I seem to be loving it? Possibly because of their labeled lacking low end. Seems fine to me. Isolation though is near 0%, I can hear traffic and all sorts of things (indoors) I must admit being a fan of brighter signatures I've fallen in love with the Grado sound, and soon, maybe in the not to distant future this pair of SR80i will be replaced by SR325. 



i love my sr325is man

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ZX1 -> ES5 smily_headphones1.gif
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ZX1 -> ES5 smily_headphones1.gif
Hot + cold, this must be a great combo.
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