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post #31 of 71
T-Peos H-100. $150 through the company. I have W3 here and they're a good choice though personally for EDM I think H-100 have the advantage. H-100 is a Hybrid IEM that consists of a dynamic driver for the low end and BA for the mids and highs. Some senior members have kept H-100 and sold their W3, and other rate it above the Westone 3. It's the best IEM I have heard for EDM by far. Iit won't suite creamy vocals 100% but for EDM and dubstep tears the house down.

Here's our thread.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/630235/t-peos-h-100-hybrid-iem-appreciation-thread
post #32 of 71
Thread Starter 
isn't the h-200 the same but just with removable cables?
post #33 of 71
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Originally Posted by Nyanman View Post

isn't the h-200 the same but just with removable cables?

No, H-200 will have a dynamic driver for lows and two highly tuned BA drivers instead of one single. Different model, newer and hopefully a step again. I am very keen on H-200.
post #34 of 71
Thread Starter 
so ultimately better bass and treble quality? also,how's sound stage?
post #35 of 71
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Originally Posted by Nyanman View Post

so ultimately better bass and treble quality? also,how's sound stage?

Hopefully yes, however H-100 already has some of the nicest bass texture I have heard and that includes W3, not so much more in quantity it has less mid bass but better quality bass. Plus H-100 has much better extension on the highs and detail... more or less bass and treble focused (a U shape sig). Still for EDM It absolutely screams crispness and clarity, where as the W3 I find a little warm, bloated compared.

It really depends what you're after if you like warmth W3 is a good choice however I prefer something transparent for EDM something that allows you to hear all the samples when songs move at speed. something crisper, however can sound a touch thin compared to warmth / thickness.

Soundstage W3 has the advantage, imaging takes advantage of the larger headstage. H-100 has decent width in soundstage, solid imaging, doesn't do much wrong really, just the mid range can be a little weak in vocals, like the lower mids are absent a touch, that's what we're hoping is cured with H-200. I still use H-100 for every genre and find them much more versatile than some other IEM's I've owned.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 1/22/13 at 8:39pm
post #36 of 71
"Highly tuned drivers" makes it sound like you work for them. They aren't out yet.
post #37 of 71
Thread Starter 
sounds great biggrin.gif when is the 200 expected?
post #38 of 71
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Originally Posted by Selenium View Post

"Highly tuned drivers" makes it sound like you work for them. They aren't out yet.

Highly tuned with a slight essence of coffee bean actually.

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Originally Posted by Nyanman View Post

sounds great biggrin.gif when is the 200 expected?

We're hoping this coming month, it will take time for impressions though. Maybe wait a while, the price will be around $250 - $300. However from what we hear the tuning on H-200 is going to be different, more neutral focused is the rumour ,which may or may not suit EDM as well. We need to wait and see.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 1/22/13 at 8:49pm
post #39 of 71

For EDM I would recommend the following

 

TF10

UE700

Westone 3

T-Peos H-100

post #40 of 71
Thread Starter 

i'll wait for the h-200's but i've heard a lot about the tf 10,is there some sort of alternative them? They seem to only fit large ears,and mine are rather small

post #41 of 71
Custom mold them. Tf10 lack sub bass and drastically mids. Id go somewhere else!

H-200 should be good but h-100 lacked.

I am 17 and have many CIEMs, is no big deal!
post #42 of 71
Thread Starter 

ok,so say i ordered a bone stock Cosmic Ears Ba2,how much will the whole deal cost,including impressions? how long does it take to complete the process of impressions,build and shipping? shipping cost to Toronto Canada? i've emailed him,but no response to this particular question,must have missed it :$

post #43 of 71
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H-200 should be good but h-100 lacked.

Strange I could of sworn you said differently in a comment from your Rockit R-50 review. smile.gif




And also this post I found were you say similar?

http://www.head-fi.org/t/630235/t-peos-h-100-hybrid-iem-appreciation-thread/390#post_8846375
Edited by H20Fidelity - 1/23/13 at 2:24pm
post #44 of 71

Oh these are great for EDM, i was talking just in general. For EDM they were awesome.... But for general use the MA2 are better, and also very good for EDM!

post #45 of 71
Thread Starter 

which one of the univerals have all of those attributes and are good with piano/synths? here's a link to the type of music i listen to https://soundcloud.com/archefluxx/redline emphasis of kick,clap/snare,synth and a ton of soundstage/seperation

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