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post #2026 of 2550
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Originally Posted by kimvictor View Post

Lol. I'm burning in my H-200 for addition 20hrs to see if the peak tames down. 

Also, I'm really tempted to buy the TF10 or MDR 7550. Damn. Anyone willing to trade for my H-200?biggrin.gif

What do you guys recommend more? TF10 or 7550?

I recommend you the H-200 over those two IEMs.

Time for you to realise what you have at hand.
post #2027 of 2550
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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post


I recommend you the H-200 over those two IEMs.

Time for you to realise what you have at hand.

I really do enjoy the clarity and bass of H-200, but the peak is driving me insane. Also, I really like big soundstage and flat mids.

post #2028 of 2550

Kim, H200 is supposed to be fun IEM, not neutral. enjoy H200 and look to add neutral wider stage sounding IEM and you will have a winning combo.

post #2029 of 2550
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Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post

Kim, H200 is supposed to be fun IEM, not neutral. enjoy H200 and look to add neutral wider stage sounding IEM and you will have a winning combo.

Yup. My UERM is doing a perfect job as neutral wide iem, but the really find the H-200 to be too harsh in it's upper mids.

post #2030 of 2550
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Originally Posted by kimvictor View Post

Yup. My UERM is doing a perfect job as neutral wide iem, but the really find the H-200 to be too harsh in it's upper mids.

 

Measurements (from Rin Choi if you check his blog) actually tell you a reason for this.  There is a dip in the 2-3 kHz range after you DF and/or OW compensate for it while the H-200 does indeed have a bump in the 3-4 kHz area.  The 2-3 kHz area is actually quite neutral.  So with the differences added together, the mids will sound harsh in contrast to the UERM. 

 

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I do want to say that I did post my review on Head-Fi.  I know the original was posted quite a while ago, if you read that one already, they are the same ;)  I definitely will be adding comparisons to that thread with time :D

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/675358/review-t-peos-h-200

post #2031 of 2550
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Originally Posted by tinyman392 View Post

 

Measurements (from Rin Choi if you check his blog) actually tell you a reason for this.  There is a dip in the 2-3 kHz range after you DF and/or OW compensate for it while the H-200 does indeed have a bump in the 3-4 kHz area.  The 2-3 kHz area is actually quite neutral.  So with the differences added together, the mids will sound harsh in contrast to the UERM. 

 

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I do want to say that I did post my review on Head-Fi.  I know the original was posted quite a while ago, if you read that one already, they are the same ;)  I definitely will be adding comparisons to that thread with time :D

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/675358/review-t-peos-h-200

Nice review!

post #2032 of 2550
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Originally Posted by kimvictor View Post

Nice review!

Thanks.
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^Well done Randomkid! Keeping it short and precise makes your review a pleasure to read.

Keep it up!

post #2035 of 2550

Hi people :)

Good to see you again and I'm here bring to a small news about new product of T-PEOS.

It's name is "POPULAR" and targeted to low-cost market: about USD 15 to 20 ? (in South Korea also 15,000 won to 20,000 won)

 

 

It looks like a part of 80's car design, or car engine silinder.

Material seems to be used Aluminium.

 

I think it will inherits popularity of RICH-100 model.

 

And I'm waiting RICH-100 from Korean eBay (ordered today, delivery will in tomorrow.) to compare what is different sound between.

I hope it hears really fun sound.

post #2036 of 2550

Working on comparisons.  The H-200 still proves to be one of the worst IEMs I have to place in my ears...  Just so hard for me to get a proper fit with them.  Once I do, they sound phenomenal, but I question whether or not the time is worth it XD  Still, comparisons are upcoming.  I've got the RE-400, SuperDart, and PFE232 in the comparison list.  Any others people wish to see? 

 

EDIT: the SuperDart is actually a great alternative to the H-200 for those with fit issues.  Very similar sound signature at a similar price point (~300 dollars direct).  Might be worth a look for people who enjoyed the H-200 sound ;)


Edited by tinyman392 - 8/11/13 at 9:04pm
post #2037 of 2550
A comparison with the SM64 would be nice.
post #2038 of 2550
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Originally Posted by ericr View Post

A comparison with the SM64 would be nice.

 

Don't have one... 

post #2039 of 2550
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Originally Posted by tinyman392 View Post

Working on comparisons.  The H-200 still proves to be one of the worst IEMs I have to place in my ears...  Just so hard for me to get a proper fit with them.  Once I do, they sound phenomenal, but I question whether or not the time is worth it XD  Still, comparisons are upcoming.  I've got the RE-400, SuperDart, and PFE232 in the comparison list.  Any others people wish to see? 

 

EDIT: the SuperDart is actually a great alternative to the H-200 for those with fit issues.  Very similar sound signature at a similar price point (~300 dollars direct).  Might be worth a look for people who enjoyed the H-200 sound ;)

Would really like to see a comparison with UE900 with pinhole blocked. The H-200 has been on my radar for quite a while now, just wondering how different is it from my UE900.

 

Thanks!


Edited by lalala6 - 8/12/13 at 4:37am
post #2040 of 2550
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Originally Posted by lalala6 View Post

Would really like to see a comparison with UE900 with pinhole blocked. The H-200 has been on my radar for quite a while now, just wondering how different is it from my UE900.

 

Thanks!

I haven't heard the UE900 with pinhole blocked, but UE900s are much smoother and wider, and more natural. H-200 has more impactful bass and clarity, but with harsh edges. If you are looking for more intimate and aggressive sound, H-200 is a good side step from UE900. Personally, I much preferred UE900(that's because I'm a smoothness and neutrality head). Detail and soundstage wise, UE900 is better, but H-200 has better clarity and bass impact.

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