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post #346 of 2550

I should be getting my review pair within the next week or 2 and I'm really looking forward to hearing them as it looks like they the fixed the problems I had with the H-100 with the recessed mids and at times harsh and sibilant highs. The H-200 seems like a very nice hybrid and at the $250 price point it also looks to be very well priced as well.

post #347 of 2550
My H-200 will today be making their way to djvkool for review. I've played my last Carly Rae Jepsen song about an hour ago and have them wrapped up. I am finding it very hard to switch back to TF10 or RDB+ v1 after spending nothing but listening time with them. The TF10 compared sound very uncontrolled, veiled, and treble is a little overly happy. .

I will miss H-200 while they're away on vacation.
post #348 of 2550
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

My H-200 will today be making their way to djvkool for review. I've played my last Carly Rae Jepsen song about an hour ago and have them wrapped up. I am finding it very hard to switch back to TF10 or RDB+ v1 after spending nothing but listening time with them. The TF10 compared sound very uncontrolled, veiled, and treble is a little overly happy. .

I will miss H-200 while they're away on vacation.

 

Mine when I get them are going to someone after I review them, they just haven't told me who yet.

post #349 of 2550
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Originally Posted by Techno Kid View Post

Mine when I get them are going to someone after I review them, they just haven't told me who yet.

If you like them, it's a painful moment of ownership.
post #350 of 2550
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post


If you like them, it's a painful moment of ownership.

 

I bet, and I think that I'm really going to like them from reading your review so it will be a painful moment for me as well but its all good because at least I'm getting to review them.  It will be cool to see how they stack up with the HE-400 and HD600 as I've now been converted to headphones and what they have to offer over IEM's. wink_face.gif

 

I'm still going to get 1 or 2 more IEM's to have for jogging (when I can at least) and when out and about as I sold all them after getting my HE-400.  The Fidelio S1 is one that takes a spot and I'm thinking the e-Q5 will fill the other but I'll wait and see.


Edited by Techno Kid - 5/2/13 at 8:26pm
post #351 of 2550

My pair must be in the country because they have a new tracking number (Royal mail). Why can`t they just deliver them! 

Ugh.

post #352 of 2550
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

My H-200 will today be making their way to djvkool for review. I've played my last Carly Rae Jepsen song about an hour ago and have them wrapped up. I am finding it very hard to switch back to TF10 or RDB+ v1 after spending nothing but listening time with them. The TF10 compared sound very uncontrolled, veiled, and treble is a little overly happy. .

I will miss H-200 while they're away on vacation.

 

You can be assured that your H-200 will be looked after well, and none of that poppy teeny-bopper stuff is played through them, it will be put through some real class quality jazz and electronics hahahha...

post #353 of 2550
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I am finding it very hard to switch back to TF10 or RDB+ v1 after spending nothing but listening time with them.

Wow, even vs the RDB?! Hmm...
Edited by bobeau - 5/3/13 at 8:44am
post #354 of 2550

Can somebody tell the customs to stop listening to my pair please? Highly frustrating! 

 

post #355 of 2550

Could  a lucky owner comment on the Low end texture? I have currently an "idea" in my head of hearing the clarity of midrange I find in my SM3 V1's with the texture and impact of the JVC FXZ200's. Both of these IEM's are fantastic, by a BA just doesn't deliver bass the same way as a dynamic, and the FXZ200's midrange and treble lack the detail if the SM3's or TF10's for that matter. I want both!
 

post #356 of 2550
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Originally Posted by gjohnst4 View Post

Could  a lucky owner comment on the Low end texture?

 

Have you read H20Fidelity's review? It's in another thread located here.

 

He describes the low end characteristics thoroughly there. Hopefully it will help you in your quest.


Edited by digirato - 5/3/13 at 6:39pm
post #357 of 2550

Lets say that you were a bass head, but don't want to sacrifice clarity/detail because you also enjoy classical, rock, and metal...

 

Would you choose between the H200, Aurisonics as2, Tralucent 1 plus 2, or the UM merlin? 

 

Also, lets say that they all cost exactly the same, and you can only pick one, forever.


Edited by chengsta - 5/3/13 at 6:52pm
post #358 of 2550
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Originally Posted by bobeau View Post

Wow, even vs the RDB?! Hmm...

It's a tough call, whether you think an IEM costing $450 more justifies the SQ increase. H-200 is $200 right now, RDB+ v1 is $650 hybrid design, the gap between them not as big as one might think, they do hold completely different signatures, one being U / V shaped the other balanced so I'm not saying they sound the same. From the time I spent A/Bing RDB+ v1 has superior soundstage, there's more air in the presentation however, the mid range can sound a touch veiled with less control when you compare to H-200, and that's no joke. It's really a matter of a lot of the time one IEM always does something better than the other.

For example,....my Rockit R-50 can precision image stronger than RDB+ v1, R-50 is only $120, and that's what I'm getting at price really doesn't matter when you individualize sound quality into specific sections and personally I find H-200 doing some things I prefer better.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 5/5/13 at 2:01am
post #359 of 2550
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Originally Posted by chengsta View Post

Lets say that you were a bass head, but don't want to sacrifice clarity/detail because you also enjoy classical, rock, and metal...

 

Would you choose between the H200, Aurisonics as2, Tralucent 1 plus 2, or the UM merlin? 

 

Also, lets say that they all cost exactly the same, and you can only pick one, forever.

 

If you are a basshead, from your list above, I think Merlin will satisfy you the most, but then again, it's around $700 shipped...

post #360 of 2550
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Originally Posted by chengsta View Post

Lets say that you were a bass head, but don't want to sacrifice clarity/detail because you also enjoy classical, rock, and metal...

 

Would you choose between the H200, Aurisonics as2, Tralucent 1 plus 2, or the UM merlin? 

 

Also, lets say that they all cost exactly the same, and you can only pick one, forever.

 

I'm a bass head, sorta, and coming from the IE8s, the 1plus2 has been brilliant. I would have loved to try the Merlin though. People do say it is the IE8s on "steroids". But I have absolutely nothing to complain, sound wise about the 1plus2. The bass is both deep and clinical with little to no decay whilst packing a punch. A very accomplished set of IEMs in my opinion. It retains the bass I want both in terms of quality and quantity and still gives me the necessary detail to enjoy the rest of the spectrum of music whilst other IEMs which are bassheavy fail to do due to colouration into the mids. Can't comment on the rest unfortunately, but just my take on the 1plus2. 

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