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post #46 of 54
I just received my RE-400 in the mail expecting them to be noticeably better than my 8320,but I prefer the 8320 vocals & spacious sound. I feel like I wasted $99.
post #47 of 54
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Originally Posted by macawparrot View Post

I just received my RE-400 in the mail expecting them to be noticeably better than my 8320,but I prefer the 8320 vocals & spacious sound. I feel like I wasted $99.

not just RE400. even the $500 EX1000 can't reach that kind of spacious sound. honestly

post #48 of 54

kidding?

post #49 of 54
nope, seriously. im an owner of both.
they are both unique IEMs
post #50 of 54
8320 with meelec triple tips half way insert to ear canal. listen to jazz. those intruments are right next to u.
post #51 of 54

I didn't see what all the hoopla was about on the Monoprice until I got some large Comply tips and finally achieved a good seal - Amazing. I just got a set of M6 and haven't opened them yet - but I think they come with triple flange tips. I have never used triples as I have trouble getting anything to go deep in my ears - I think I have a "Dead Man's Curve" in my ear.

post #52 of 54
I put the large dual flange tips that came in the box with my RE-400 on my 8320 and they fit me perfect now
post #53 of 54
I have changed my mind about the re-400s. With spotify music app on highest quality settings, they sound pretty damn amazing
post #54 of 54

I think the peak on 5k what make monoprice have that peculiar soundstage.

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