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post #2611 of 3303
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Originally Posted by tommo21 View Post

I really like these Shure's. They probably have a little bit emphasis on the midrange, nice bass but not overblown, and quite neutral treble. Compared to K551 that I have, they are a bit more closed in, and lacks probably a bit width and depth, but they are very musical and they're still my work-phones. Was gonna use the Soundmagic HP100 at work, but received a faulty pair, and having difficulties getting a replacement to me. The seller promised he would send them and, I still haven't received them after 14 days. I also complained to Ebay buyer protection, but as long as the seller says he has sent them they're siding with him....I feel this deal is going south and I now have Hp100's that only work on one ear...that's $200 monoheadphones... mad.gif
I would like to compare the srh840 to my Logitech UE6000, oh yeah and that's happened to me on eBay as well. I like amazon 10 times better
post #2612 of 3303

Thanks for the thread man! BIG HELP for me! (rock)

post #2613 of 3303

how much for the e11 and how much is the comparison with the C&C man? did they ship here in the Philippines?L3000.gif

post #2614 of 3303
The BH is 99 USD. Shipping shoukd be free worldwide but check out the link posted not too long ago. E11 should be about 50 USD.
post #2615 of 3303

i think i got the link of E11! smile.gif

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fiio-PORTABLE-HEADPHONE-AMPLIFIER-3-5mm-USB-CABLE-E11-/261170073261?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3ccef30ead

 

now i am thinkin about what IEM's suite for my ongoin portable rig! my source is iPod Nano 3g and iPodtouch 4g. popcorn.gif

post #2616 of 3303
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Originally Posted by Jabozkikozki View Post

i think i got the link of E11! smile.gif

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fiio-PORTABLE-HEADPHONE-AMPLIFIER-3-5mm-USB-CABLE-E11-/261170073261?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3ccef30ead

 

now i am thinkin about what IEM's suite for my ongoin portable rig! my source is iPod Nano 3g and iPodtouch 4g. popcorn.gif

Just a heads up, this is the C&C BH thread not the Fiio E11 thread. You're better off asking those questions in your own thread that you started and/or the portable headphones section.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/672614/portable-rig-for-my-ipod-nano-3g

 

http://www.head-fi.org/f/103/portable-headphones-earphones-and-in-ear-monitors

post #2617 of 3303

Yeah and if you asked most people in this thread who have heard both the E11 and the CC BH, they would tell you to not buy the E11. Just happened 1-2 pages ago. If you're looking for iems to go with the BH (which is really good price/performance and with the insane battery you don't have to worry about it dying on you soon) there are a few recommendations in the first post. The C&C BH is really a good amp, maybe not THE best sound quality in <$100 amp bracket but overall might be the best package. ClieOS added it to his comparison as well.

post #2618 of 3303

So you guys are saying there is pretty good synergy between the BH and the Shure SRH840s? Was between those and the M50s, with a target between 150-200 USD.

 

I had been loving using the Klipsch X10 on Out 2 with hi gain and lf on, but unfortunately they have caused complications with my ears. (Ordered some comply tips, so maybe that will help) So I was looking to find a closed set and am seeing nothing but rave reviews about the 840s. My listening style is kind of shoegaze/noise pop mostly (think My Bloody Valentine) and also quite a bit of live Grateful Dead and some Pat Metheny. (Yeah, yeah, I know) I need headphones that work well with my portable rig and will also be a respite from the fatigue of my 325is at home, out of Magni/Modi rig and vinyl. But main reason I want them is to create my own world and just focus on the work in front of me at the office or coffee shop. 

 

DAP is an unmodded ipod classic with silver plated LOD. The only other closed cans I have are the Senn HD280s and have never been particularly impressed with them. Certainly couldn't see myself carrying them around!

 

By the way, this amp continues to amaze me. Could possibly be the best 100 dollars I have ever spent on hi-fi gear.

 

I hope this is considered on topic H2O!

post #2619 of 3303
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Originally Posted by MoonYeol View Post

Yeah and if you asked most people in this thread who have heard both the E11 and the CC BH, they would tell you to not buy the E11. Just happened 1-2 pages ago. If you're looking for iems to go with the BH (which is really good price/performance and with the insane battery you don't have to worry about it dying on you soon) there are a few recommendations in the first post. The C&C BH is really a good amp, maybe not THE best sound quality in <$100 amp bracket but overall might be the best package. ClieOS added it to his comparison as well.

I own both as well as the E12 and Arrow 4G. The E11 was relegated to the amplifier for watching TV shows on the iPad as soon as the C&C came around. Not a bad amp as a starter but for a few $'s more the BH is head and shoulders above.

post #2620 of 3303
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Originally Posted by Vidmaven View Post

I own both as well as the E12 and Arrow 4G. The E11 was relegated to the amplifier for watching TV shows on the iPad as soon as the C&C came around. Not a bad amp as a starter but for a few $'s more the BH is head and shoulders above.
How do you compare the arrow 4g to the e12 Mont Blanc?
post #2621 of 3303

The BH2 also sounds really good with the K3003i. I don't know if i would call it crazy synergy, but I have both the BH2 and the Arrow 4g and I prefer the BH2 with the K3003i. I still prefer the Arrow over the BH2 with some other of my headphones, but at a third of the price I am amazed with the BH2's sound. Almost makes me disappointed with the 4g.

 

I too have a pair of the SRH840s, but I haven't spent a lot of time with them and the BH2. I'll put some time on them and report back with my opinion.

post #2622 of 3303
Why be disappointed? If you like the arrow 4g..whats to be disappointed about?

I own both the arrow 4g and bh2 also and both serve their purposes.

All this switches a features found on both amps and I never use any of them.... Except the gain once in awhile.

Why I liked simple straight to the point amps the best. Original alo rx, Pico slim, rsa shadow and my newly acquired tralucent t1.
post #2623 of 3303
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Originally Posted by TekeRugburn View Post

Why be disappointed? If you like the arrow 4g..whats to be disappointed about?

I own both the arrow 4g and bh2 also and both serve their purposes.

All this switches a features found on both amps and I never use any of them.... Except the gain once in awhile.

Why I liked simple straight to the point amps the best. Original alo rx, Pico slim, rsa shadow and my newly acquired tralucent t1.

How do you find the T1 when compared to the BH?
post #2624 of 3303
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Originally Posted by SkyBleu View Post

How do you find the T1 when compared to the BH?

I just bought it and it hasn't come in yet
post #2625 of 3303
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Originally Posted by TekeRugburn View Post


I just bought it and it hasn't come in yet

Oh, okays.

 

Do let us know when you do get to utilise it:)

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