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post #1291 of 1630
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Any more word on what those iems are for the curious?

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post #1292 of 1630
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Any more word on what those iems are for the curious?


Yeah, spill the beans buster!

post #1293 of 1630
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Any more word on what those iems are for the curious?



Yes, indeed you were right.

Its a new 3 - Way Hybrid - IEM by T-PEOS which I heard has been finalized yesterday. 

The final model will look very different from that (actually much much nicer / not blue)

Keep an eye out for a new thread in the portable headphones / IEM forums over the next couple of days (maybe a week) They're trying something exclusively different that will offer high-end sound in stripped down housing and accessories package with the end result being very affordable for the consumer.


post #1294 of 1630

are these the ones you're talking about?

http://www.head-fi.org/t/724471/t-peos-announce-releasing-alton200-and-start-preorder-limitedly


Edited by blubbblubb - 6/25/14 at 12:50pm
post #1295 of 1630
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are these the ones your talking about?

http://www.head-fi.org/t/724471/t-peos-announce-releasing-alton200-and-start-preorder-limitedly

Yes, they are.

post #1296 of 1630

Looks good. That's about my price limit for some new iems and I've been wanting to try multi drivers. I'll probably bite :D

post #1297 of 1630
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Looks good. That's about my price limit for some new iems and I've been wanting to try multi drivers. I'll probably bite :D



Yes, Sir Kova was right, that's the same earphone in the Sponsor section.

As promised here's the thread for it I created today.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/724546/new-t-peos-alton200-3-way-hybrid-introduction-high-end-sound-cheap-as-chips#post_10663417

Cheers,

post #1298 of 1630

Replacement for my Brainwavz for now...I got them for Christmas, so it didn't harm to try them. It's a bit dissapointing to use them but after trying those small triflange tips the sound really improved and I almost enjoy them. Those are a pair of Skullcandy Ink'd btw.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tri flanges plus lots of EQ work made them pretty decent to use everyday

 

 

 

post #1299 of 1630

I've had several pairs of the ink'd. They're not bad at all, although for there are better options at that price imo. I think they even received a fairly positive review from |joker|

post #1300 of 1630
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I've had several pairs of the ink'd. They're not bad at all, although for there are better options at that price imo. I think they even received a fairly positive review from |joker|

 

Ah yes, I have read that review, but I'm not sure if it was the same version. But yes, they aren't that bad, at least not when EQ'd, they have some nasty peaks on the highs, and mids are a bit recessed, so I fixed that, and tightened a bit the bass. They are good with low frequencies, can reach pretty deep, and have real sub bass, rather than ugly mid bass.

post #1301 of 1630

And...I remembered that I had on my drawers a pair of Philips SHE-3500, so I gave them a try, just to remember how they sounded.

I'm glad that I did it, they are definitely better than the Ink'd, the problem with the Ink'd is that the treble basically sucks, it's like...REALLY harsh, like and "on-off" thing, without decay or something, very very dry and that doesn't sounds pleaseant. The 3500 aren't amazing but they provide better isolation, comfier fit, and better overall sound, I would even say that they are more detailed and with better separation.

 

Sorry for the crappy pictures, even with Photoshop they are still bad :p

 

 

post #1302 of 1630
Interesting. Never tried those. Planning on upgrading to anything? I really want those new t peos iems but sadly can't afford it now frown.gif
post #1303 of 1630
Yes, I ordered a pair of Carbo Tenores but I need to wait until August to get them :/ It 's going to be a long month.
post #1304 of 1630

Cool never seen those before. Look nice!

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