(This is using FLAC files through Neutron Media Player)
Re: X10 and SE215 -
Listening to Shpongle on my X10s through the N4 and they sound great. They sound a little wider than with my Voodoo'd Infuse; not quite as crisp, maybe a bit warmer, not as good in the treble, but overall definitely acceptable for daily usage...until the secret of USB audio out can be unlocked ^_^ Bluetech sounds really big and powerful, nice soundstage. Infected Mushroom sounds big, bigger than my Infuse on Muse Breaks RMX.
SE215 on the N4 is also acceptable, again not quite as good as with my Voodoo'd Infuse, but definitely acceptable. The main obvious difference is the warmth from midbass. The treble is also not quite as extended or crisp, bass is a little looser.I prefer my Infuse, but the N4 does not leave me thinking I will need to carry the Infuse along with it to work every day.
SWEET JESUS A source that doesn't make my SM3 hiss! I love my Nexus 4! :D Doesn't sound quite as good as Voodoo's Samsung Infuse, but it's good enough. The warmer signature adds a little bass to my SM3 and cuts down a little on sibilance, which has been a minor problem since I removed the filters. Not quite as crisp, but perhaps a bit more natural sounding.
TF10 sound great on this thing. The extra bass doesn't really hurt anything since the TF10 is a bright IEM to begin with. Sounds nice and 3D like the Infuse makes them, but the treble is silky instead of sharp. Bluetech sounds really big and bassy, noticeably more body than with my Infuse, albeit at the cost of resolution, and the dynamics are actually a bit better, I think. Again treble is not quite as crisp, but the TF10 is a bit treble-happy to begin with so it mixes in just fine.
I'm really liking it as a source so far. The only ones that don't sound quite as good as they do on my infuse are the SE215.
Edited by Gilly87 - 11/27/12 at 8:48pm
Originally Posted by ralfjai
does anyone know is this device good for shure se215 and kipsch image X10?