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While eke puts bills in his thong.
Either music is really a sparrow or he is a "mature" gentleman, and in both cases such atire is not recommended.
post #947 of 1102
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While eke puts bills in his thong.


post #948 of 1102
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Either music is really a sparrow...

 

I am.

 

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... or he is a "mature" gentleman...

 

I am — a sparrow of the gentlemanly kind, that is.

 

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... in both cases such atire is not recommended.

 

Indeed.

 

 

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The great KAEDEs showing what they're capable of. This is one of my all-time favourite Beatles songs [this one penned by Mr G Harrison], and here it's Paul's bass that brilliantly stands out as every note is clearly delineated thanks to the KAEDE's very clean and tight rendering of low freqs; also, George's vocals appear more clear thanks to the superb layering by these fine phones: http://grooveshark.com/#!/s/Old+Brown+Shoe/4KLmjP?src=5


Edited by music_4321 - 8/1/13 at 4:58am
post #949 of 1102
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While eke puts bills in his thong.

 

 

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no, he does a lap dance.

 

 

Not a good way to start my morning...

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Another track rendered beautifully by the KAEDEs (timbre, detail retrieval & the whole sense of space being superb): http://grooveshark.com/#!/s/Broadway+Hotel/2IuT0y?src=5

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Although Marillion's second & third albums were pretty decent (never cared for any of their subsequent albums), those two never quite got the authenticity of their brilliant debut album. A mighty fine job by the KAEDEs: http://grooveshark.com/#!/s/Chelsea+Monday/2IhjUA?src=5

post #952 of 1102
I am listening to this song out of mg ak120 and Kaede and it sounds superb.

http://youtu.be/4hZ4qiDEK8k
post #953 of 1102
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I am listening to this song out of mg ak120 and Kaede with my PF IXs and it sounds superb.

http://youtu.be/4hZ4qiDEK8k
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Well of course I am sure pure vocal tracks like this should sound great on the PFIX smily_headphones1.gif
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Whatever happened to music_4321's the KAEDE thread?!

 

The brilliant KAEDEs at it again: http://grooveshark.com/#!/s/Depeche+Mode+Best+Vol1+03+Everything+Counts/4HgaC4?src=5

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So does the KAEDE have more treble emphasis than the SUI? Shigzeo said that it did in the beginning of this thread, and I just wanted to get a second opinion. The SUI has a harsh treble emphasis to my ears, more than the CK10, DBA-02, and IE800. 

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So does the KAEDE have more treble emphasis than the SUI? Shigzeo said that it did in the beginning of this thread, and I just wanted to get a second opinion. The SUI has a harsh treble emphasis to my ears, more than the CK10, DBA-02, and IE800. 


Yes it indeed does. I don't find the Suis treble to be harsh for the most part unless your tracks are crap then it really emphasizes it. The Kaede on the other hand is even less forgiving than the Sui and was a problem for me.

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Originally Posted by gnarlsagan View Post

So does the KAEDE have more treble emphasis than the SUI? Shigzeo said that it did in the beginning of this thread, and I just wanted to get a second opinion. The SUI has a harsh treble emphasis to my ears, more than the CK10, DBA-02, and IE800. 

 

 

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Yes it indeed does. I don't find the Suis treble to be harsh for the most part unless your tracks are crap then it really emphasizes it. The Kaede on the other hand is even less forgiving than the Sui and was a problem for me.

Is this an Ocharaku  signature?  I was curious if the Kuro presents treble in the same way?  Are you referring to crap format or crap master recording, or both?


Edited by fiascogarcia - 8/15/13 at 7:31am
post #959 of 1102
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Is this an Ocharaku  signature?  I was curious if the Kuro presents treble in the same way?  Are you referring to crap format or crap master recording, or both?

The Kuro is more balanced than the Kaede. Highs are less bright and lower end reaches deeper. On poorly mastered tracks the highs on both do have problems. Especially the cymbals sounds scattered and fake.

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Is this an Ocharaku  signature?  I was curious if the Kuro presents treble in the same way?  Are you referring to crap format or crap master recording, or both?

 

Well in general yes. They are an energetic IEM. Very raw and emotional. They destroy poorly mastered material but to be honest that is because the material itself is crap. These IEMs are not the most forgiving. The Kaede being to the point where it became a problem for me as it was not doing well on a large amount of my music. So that took away from the music enjoyment. Nothing like an IEM tearing it up and removing you from the zone lol. It's hard to get back into it with that happening. The Sui on the other hand manages to be even more so smooth in its presentation and coming back down before it becomes a problem. Still on really bad recordings even the Sui will present problems but not like it was on the Kaede for me.

 

I haven't heard the Kuro but from what I gather it also has more emphasis on treble than the Sui. I don't think I'd be able to tolerate even that. The Sui is pretty much at my limit regarding emphasis on treble.


Edited by lee730 - 8/15/13 at 2:29pm
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