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post #2296 of 2552
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Originally Posted by TekeRugburn View Post
 

thanks for the link but i'd like to set how much thicker the aftermarket connectors are.  Not too comfortable with jamming something thats the wrong size into something

I'll find time tomorrow and post the side-by-side photos...

post #2297 of 2552
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Originally Posted by d marc0 View Post
 

I'll find time tomorrow and post the side-by-side photos...

 

thanks I'd appreciate it!

post #2298 of 2552
H-200 sound pretty good with iBasso DX50 and SPC cable. One problem though for some reason this pairing fatigues my ears, I can blast them with bh amp with little to no fatigue but something doesn't agree with my ears after a while with DX50/H-200 no other IEM though just this one when paired with the iBasso. Rather strange, they still sound nice.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 10/10/13 at 7:55am
post #2299 of 2552

H20, you have PM.

 

yes, H200 pairs nicely almost with everything i have except for RWAK which sounds overly aggressive with H200.

 

for the price you cannot go wrong with H200, love them.

post #2300 of 2552
I take mine on the go with a clip, great companion, if they could just increase the soundstage width next time and increase some air in the upper mids to lower treble I could see them becoming more coherent. There's enough detail and seperation there. One or two Taylor Swift songs I play edge out on my ER4S in vocal extension, and they have this almost aggressive bite which digs in deep. It must just be hitting the right frequency curve because those songs don't sound the same with my other gear. Vocals mainly.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 10/10/13 at 8:39am
post #2301 of 2552

H20... it looks like you are spitting hairs :tongue:

 

seriously agree with you. H200 is very nice IEM which can become even better but when i check its price tag it makes me smile stupidly.

 

even having my 1p2 did not stop me from listening H200 from time to time and this says a lot. :eek:

players used Cowon S9 and C3/BH, both pair greatly.

post #2302 of 2552
Well my Westone 4 is gone, H-200 stayed if that means anything, but it was mostly a tonality thing. Much prefer the clarity and crisper edge H-200 give. Westone 4 is a nice IEM one I would own again, specially for the vocals, only i found H-200 better for my preferences overall and value. They're rather more engaging and entertaining.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 10/10/13 at 8:58am
post #2303 of 2552

I know this has been covered a while ago, but now that everyone had some burn in time and sampling of different tips, what is everyone's preferred tip for the H-200?

post #2304 of 2552
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I know this has been covered a while ago, but now that everyone had some burn in time and sampling of different tips, what is everyone's preferred tip for the H-200?

Stock black tips.

post #2305 of 2552
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Originally Posted by kimvictor View Post

Stock black tips.

+1 and Sony Hybrids as well
post #2306 of 2552

UE900 tips

post #2307 of 2552
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Originally Posted by baydude View Post
 

I know this has been covered a while ago, but now that everyone had some burn in time and sampling of different tips, what is everyone's preferred tip for the H-200?

 

So far it's the MH1C large silicone tips. I don't notice any sibilance with them, but the bass is the right amount for me (not too much), and the sound is nicely balanced and non-fatiguing. 

 

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UE900 tips

 

You say it enough, and it will finally register in my noggin lol. You (and others) really like those tips. I might have to give them a try.

 

Are they they "Ear Cushion for UE900" shown on this page?:

 

http://www.logitech.com/en-gb/promotions/6423

post #2308 of 2552
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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post
 

 

So far it's the MH1C large silicone tips. I don't notice any sibilance with them, but the bass is the right amount for me (not too much), and the sound is nicely balanced and non-fatiguing. 

 

 

You say it enough, and it will finally register in my noggin lol. You (and others) really like those tips. I might have to give them a try.

 

Are they they "Ear Cushion for UE900" shown on this page?:

 

http://www.logitech.com/en-gb/promotions/6423

:beerchug:

post #2309 of 2552
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Originally Posted by baydude View Post
 

I know this has been covered a while ago, but now that everyone had some burn in time and sampling of different tips, what is everyone's preferred tip for the H-200?


Comply foam tips for me

post #2310 of 2552

im pretty sure the connectors are just DC barrel connectors aka cylindrical connectors.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DC_connector#Cylindrical_connectors

 

I dont have a mic on me but if someone does and have the cable.... we can outsource connectors if we know the OD, ID and Length

 

output plug type dc power concentric barrel socket cb reference dimensions power supply

 

A = OD

B- ID

C = Length

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