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post #46 of 63
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Hey Deadlovestory

 

You forgot to tell me how your dynamic FitEar F111 sounds like? 

 

What signature sound is it.

 

So let's recap, that's one woofer per can, and one tweeter per can, that's what dual driver is?

post #47 of 63
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Hey Deadlovestory

 

You forgot to tell me how your dynamic FitEar F111 sounds like? 

 

What signature sound is it.

 

So let's recap, that's one woofer per can, and one tweeter per can, that's what dual driver is?

FitEar F111 is NOT dynamic. It's single balanced armature. I described how it sounds like in my super long post, read again :

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/645377/is-se535-worthy-of-an-upgrade-from-se425/30#post_9061045

 

Dual driver = 1 woofer + 1 tweeter PER SIDE. So that's (1 left woofer, 1 left tweeter) + (1 right woofer, 1 right tweeter). Got it?

 

Don't make me say things twice.


Edited by Deadlovestory - 1/16/13 at 4:58am
post #48 of 63
Thread Starter 

Dude, don't get all upset... my english is not very fluent. so sometimes people find it irritating to repeat the same **** over..

my bad bro...

 

so what other IEM would you recommend beside Shure, i'm still new to the realm of IEM...

 

What is Dynamic and what is Universal? So many technical jargon! 


Edited by kfki - 1/16/13 at 8:56pm
post #49 of 63

Heres an article to get you started.

 

http://www.salmanashrafny.com/2011/03/balanced-armature-vs-dynamic-driver.html

 

I would say triple fi 10's are a good beginner's iem given their low price nowadays.

 

I own the se425 and trying to sell them right now because in my opinion the roll off drives me nuts, instrument seperation isnt up to notch fro my tastes, easily sounds congested making it hard to pick out sounds and lacks extension in both ends of the spectrum. Mids are wonderful though.


Edited by Eddie C - 1/16/13 at 9:08pm
post #50 of 63

I tried xba3 from sony and found them easy to listen to, like not cold, no hot treble, muddy etc so have a look at those and gr07's which many members love on these forums

post #51 of 63
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Dude, don't get all upset... my english is not very fluent. so sometimes people find it irritating to repeat the same **** over..

my bad bro...

 

so what other IEM would you recommend beside Shure, i'm still new to the realm of IEM...

Not really upset, slight annoyed maybe.

 

I can't really recommend any IEM to you because I don't know exactly what characteristics you are looking for in an IEM. Besides, I'm pretty sure I already recommended getting better quality music files instead of getting new IEM.

 

No matter how good your IEM is, it will still sound bad if you are only listening to low quality music files.

post #52 of 63
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Not really upset, slight annoyed maybe.

 

I can't really recommend any IEM to you because I don't know exactly what characteristics you are looking for in an IEM. Besides, I'm pretty sure I already recommended getting better quality music files instead of getting new IEM.

 

No matter how good your IEM is, it will still sound bad if you are only listening to low quality music files.


Not to mention he's already pissed off a few other people as well, including me, by explicitly stating he doesn't want anyone else to respond to him.

post #53 of 63
Thread Starter 

To EddieC, 

by roll offs, you mean sibilance in high note? 

sharp shrilling sound?

post #54 of 63
Thread Starter 

Hey proton007, would you explain the difference between dynamic, armature and universal BA?


Edited by kfki - 1/16/13 at 10:20pm
post #55 of 63
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To EddieC, 

by roll offs, you mean sibilance in high note? 

sharp shrilling sound?

 

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Hey proton007, would you explain the difference between dynamic, armature and universal BA?

http://www.head-fi.org/a/glossary-of-terms

 

http://www.head-fi.org/a/describing-sound-a-glossary

 

http://www.head-fi.org/a/basic-guide-to-in-ear-canalphones

 

Read those links I posted above. No need to bother people with rudimentary questions when you can just read those.

post #56 of 63

I posted a link too on dynamic vs BA so you should stop asking the same questions over and over again. There are numerous threads/reviews on google/headfi so have a look before asking everything single thing. Not only that you pay no attention when we spend minutes of our lives describing everything. I dont know if you are trying to post lots of bs to reach the post count so you can change your picture or what. By roll off it means it cannot produce any high frequencies like I cannot scream like a little girl my voice does not extend that far.

 

for the sake of peacefulness on these forums please read this and ask questions ONLY in the appropriate thread(s)

http://www.head-fi.org/a/describing-sound-a-glossary

post #57 of 63
Thread Starter 

THANKS! for all your help. i can just read what i can find from the forum. 

 

 

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for the sake of peacefulness on these forums please read this and ask questions ONLY in the appropriate thread(s)


Sorry for interrupting your peace in enjoying your music.

i know i could be a little chatty at times, i just lazy to find answers to everything.

this is my 2nd week using the forum.

i just want to understand more about the product i purchased. I'm not intentionally writing BS or Cyber-bullying you guys. from now on, if you don't want to response then just IGNORE ME! Don't need to respond me and later say something that I'm affecting the community. simple as that! I'm not trying to reach the number of post to switch a certain avatar. see didn't i just change my avatar! i use my own avatar! 


Edited by kfki - 1/17/13 at 1:00am
post #58 of 63
Thread Starter 

Hi guys,

 

I would like to clear things out to the open, I apologize for my behavior. I decided that I won't be upgrading to SE535. However I'm might like to do some rig job for 425s. So amp would you guys recommend or audio cables. 

 

Once again I'm sorry for recent online behavior!

 

Thanks for your kind help!

post #59 of 63
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Thanks bro!, you just save me from drowning! the evil of devil in me tempts me to cash in another IEM, but the sane of saint in me tells me not to... You're regret for your unwise decision.

Part of me is still curious about what this flagship earphones sound like. I might make a trip to an audiophile store to try them out myself, to unravel the mystery.

come to think of, it's kinda pointless to buy another IEM with just a marginal upgrade: one woofer, and that's it. Price? 200 bucks more! If I really want a real upgrade, I will consider UE 900 or Westone 4, or just wait for for Shure to release a 4 drivers IEM in the future...

At the meantime, I will enjoy what I have and stop being ungrateful!
 


Updated March 10, 2013, I succumbed to the red devils, the music took over!

post #60 of 63
Good choice good choice
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