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post #61 of 73
Shure SRH-840 offer a pretty sweet midrange as well IMO
post #62 of 73
Thread Starter 

Na, the 840 has a big bass bump and then the FR goes down until it reaches the treble. also, there's a huge mid-treble peak.

post #63 of 73
Oppo pm-1?
post #64 of 73
Thread Starter 

Regarding the Oppo PM1, PM2:

 

The FR curve from 400hz to 2.6khz (where the mids are) is flat with a slope starting at 1K (and finishes at 6khz)

so maybe the mids are great, but it isn't a mid-centered headphone :)

post #65 of 73

How about Sennheiser HD650?

post #66 of 73
Thread Starter 

HD650's added

Thanks Virtu Fortuna

post #67 of 73

Can we add some mid-centric DAP's? Or more headphones?

 

We can make this thread popular I think.

post #68 of 73
Thread Starter 

ofc.

you can! :)

post #69 of 73

I hope I don't duplicate any suggestions but imo the bellow 3 qualify as midrangehead models. What do you think?

 

The IEM list should probably be extended to include more HiFIMAN models:

 

 

 

 

 

- HiFiMAN RE600

 

 

- HiFIMAN RE400 

 

 

These two have some of the most gorgeous mids. The RE400 can make any "midrangehead" smile in pure joy. A midrangehead list of IEM is absolutely not complete without it.

 

 

 

 

 

Regarding the headphones I suggest to include:

 

 

 

 

 

- JVC VICTOR HA-MX10-B 

 

 

These headphones deserve to be on the list not less than the Sony CD900ST they are "heavier at the bottom" but still have great mids.


Edited by Yanec - 4/30/15 at 12:43pm
post #70 of 73
Thread Starter 

Thanks Yanec, you are absolutely right!

I don't know why we forgot about the Hifimans... these are some excellent top-tier mid-centric IEMs :)

 

unfortunately, the JVCs are warm 'phones... not for this club)

post #71 of 73

Is this thread alive? Can anyone suggest an alternative IEM with cd900st soundsignature? My friend suggesting IM-02, did that IEM know for its midrange?

post #72 of 73
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Is this thread alive? Can anyone suggest an alternative IEM with cd900st soundsignature? My friend suggesting IM-02, did that IEM know for its midrange?


This might be better posted in "Help and Getting Started." There's more traffic there for this sort of question.:beyersmile:

post #73 of 73
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This might be better posted in "Help and Getting Started." There's more traffic there for this sort of question.:beyersmile:

I feared there they'll be give me recommendation with warm IEM, sweet vocal IEM even in fact they're not mid-centric.

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