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post #1996 of 2592
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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post

We could say it was pretty regrettable, haha.

What's done is done.

I ran out of IEMs to sell, they were my only IEMs with a decent price tag:)

Hopefully...HOPEFULLY, the DX50 will pay off!

I'm sure they will. iBasso is quite experienced when it comes to DAPs.

Was considering different source gears like maybe the X3 or upcoming X5, but I really can't be bothered to reconvert my library back into FLAC. Not to mention paying quite a lot for my Pure Silver LOD. rolleyes.gif
post #1997 of 2592
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Originally Posted by Exesteils View Post

I'm sure they will. iBasso is quite experienced when it comes to DAPs.

Was considering different source gears like maybe the X3 or upcoming X5, but I really can't be bothered to reconvert my library back into FLAC. Not to mention paying quite a lot for my Pure Silver LOD. rolleyes.gif

Hopefully, iBasso will serve us well.

Well, I wouldn't say you HAVE to use flac. I'm sure most of the files you have should run.

An LOD will cost a bit if you're after a good quality pure silver one.
post #1998 of 2592
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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post

Damn - I was happily wanting to believe you lol!

LOL
post #1999 of 2592
Hmmm. Seems like the H-200 does NOT like poor sources. Listened to them for a bit in transit directly from my iPhone and was like: This isn't what I heard last night!!
post #2000 of 2592
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Originally Posted by Exesteils View Post

Hmmm. Seems like the H-200 does NOT like poor sources. Listened to them for a bit in transit directly from my iPhone and was like: This isn't what I heard last night!!

I own/owned many sources, you can check my profile.

Recently while tinkering around I've been using H-200 with Sansa Clip+ finding they sound resonably good together, especially when you consider the Sansa's price point. I can plug my Westone 4 into the Clip+ but it does not offer the same results as H-200 does. There's something about putting these two pieces of gear together, no amp, straight from the Clip+ set flat running FLAC with SPC cable on H-200.

Not only do they sound great with this source they go exceptionally loud. I could easily use H-200 with say for instance.. Studio V or Colorfly C3 which by all means sounds great, but there's something about that damn Clip+ with H-200, something about the PRaT between them that's really smooth and enjoyable. Pick a Clip+ up for $25 - $30, install Rockbox, buy a nice little silicon case and you're done. I do not usually recommend the Clip+ at all, but in this instance I will give a golden star.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 8/1/13 at 11:08pm
post #2001 of 2592
Hmmm. Not for one for multiple sources as I find it hard to keep track of what's in what, will look into the Clip+, might be a tide-over until the X5 gets released.
post #2002 of 2592
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Originally Posted by Exesteils View Post

Hmmm. Not for one for multiple sources as I find it hard to keep track of what's in what, will look into the Clip+, might be a tide-over until the X5 gets released.

There's actually an entire clan here (or in the audio world) who idolize Clip+, it's very popular.

Just not usually my player of choice. wink.gif (expect in this case)
post #2003 of 2592
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

There's actually an entire clan here (or in the audio world) who idolize Clip+, it's very popular.

Just not usually my player of choice. wink.gif (expect in this case)

I've heard about it a few times when I was browsing the portable source forums. I owned a few DAPs like the Sony A-series Walkman and an old 5th Gen iPod but nothing like this, should be fun. Best part is, no LOD needed. wink.gif

Edit: Forgot I only had these little buggers for 15hrs and am already comparing them to fully burned in S2s and schiit. Will have to put them on heavy burn before making a verdict on anything.
Edited by Exesteils - 8/1/13 at 11:45pm
post #2004 of 2592
Threw h200's onto clip zip (rb'd), and yup, sounds stupid good.
post #2005 of 2592
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Originally Posted by Exesteils View Post

I've heard about it a few times when I was browsing the portable source forums. I owned a few DAPs like the Sony A-series Walkman and an old 5th Gen iPod but nothing like this, should be fun. Best part is, no LOD needed. wink.gif

Edit: Forgot I only had these little buggers for 15hrs and am already comparing them to fully burned in S2s and schiit. Will have to put them on heavy burn before making a verdict on anything.

There might be a slight spike in the upper mids for the first 10 - 20 hours used to get peaky when female singers started hauling in high regions., mine had it and others too. Though it does goes away, don't ask me why, but it does disappear after some run in time. There's been more than a few reports of the same.

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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post

Threw h200's onto clip zip (rb'd), and yup, sounds stupid good.

I know right? Cracks me up, having all these sources here but I reach for the Clip+ and H-200. tongue_smile.gif
post #2006 of 2592
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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post

 

 

 

(I'm kidding)


lol I thought you were serious at first. devil_face.gif


Edited by lee730 - 8/2/13 at 1:20am
post #2007 of 2592

If I enjoy my BA200, do you guys think I will like the sound signature of the H200s?

post #2008 of 2592
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Originally Posted by calpiyuki View Post

If I enjoy my BA200, do you guys think I will like the sound signature of the H200s?

 

More bass and a bit more treble in the H200 (not harsh). The bass is good in the BA200, but takes a bit of a backseat to the mids (was comparing the two a couple of day ago). I think they complement each other. I really love the sound of the BA200 (may be the most analog full BA earphone I'ver ever heard), but I like the H200 more. You can't go wrong either way. Both have spectacular timbres. 

post #2009 of 2592
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Originally Posted by ericp10 View Post

 

More bass and a bit more treble in the H200 (not harsh). The bass is good in the BA200, but takes a bit of a backseat to the mids (was comparing the two a couple of day ago). I think they complement each other. I really love the sound of the BA200 (may be the most analog full BA earphone I'ver ever heard), but I like the H200 more. You can't go wrong either way. Both have spectacular timbres. 


Agreed. I think the peak at 10KHz and the dip at 6.5Khz can be a bit problematic at times but the H200's great bass and excellent clarity win out for me.

post #2010 of 2592
Thanks for the input guys. Before I will pull the trigger though, are there any significant improvement in terms of presentation that would warrant the $250 price tag? I mainly use my ba200s for classical symphonies.
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