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post #46 of 161
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Originally Posted by idruke View Post

"The tricky thing about this headphone is how you position the driver over your year, you need to test that for yourself to see what I mean."

 

Really? It seems like it is the kind of headphone that wouldn't move around much on your head. It doesn't seem like you could really do too much positioning.

 I have room for movement, probably around 0.5 cm. it is not alot but enough to change the sound in an audible amount. Need to state this is not a fault but something which you can experiment for yourself, you might like it. 

post #47 of 161

I was in the middle of doing some stuff for FA when Tanya quit and sergei has never got back to me. Any suggestions?

post #48 of 161

The FA-003Ti has only 64Ohm. Is a High edition with 200Ohm planned?

post #49 of 161
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Originally Posted by Trance_Gott View Post

The FA-003Ti has only 64Ohm. Is a High edition with 200Ohm planned?


Did the normal fa-003 come in 64 and 200?

post #50 of 161

Hopefully someone finally did titanium diapgragms right, many companies have tried this before and the results weren't exactly pretty.

post #51 of 161
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Originally Posted by Swimsonny View Post

I was in the middle of doing some stuff for FA when Tanya quit and sergei has never got back to me. Any suggestions?

Same with me.

post #52 of 161
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Originally Posted by Trance_Gott View Post

The FA-003Ti has only 64Ohm. Is a High edition with 200Ohm planned?

I wonder why would you need a 200Ohm version of this headphone? 

post #53 of 161
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Originally Posted by cmarti View Post

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Originally Posted by Trance_Gott View Post

The FA-003Ti has only 64Ohm. Is a High edition with 200Ohm planned?

I wonder why would you need a 200Ohm version of this headphone? 

In basic terms, higher impedance = more wiggle room for the company to make the headphone sound better.

post #54 of 161

How would these compare with the Fischer audio Jubilate headphones ? Are those also FA-003 based design ?

 

http://www.noisymotel.com/product.asp?ProductID=421

post #55 of 161

The  Fischer audio Jubilate sounds that it is using a different driver at 165 Ohms.

post #56 of 161
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Originally Posted by Greeni View Post

How would these compare with the Fischer audio Jubilate headphones ? Are those also FA-003 based design ?

 

http://www.noisymotel.com/product.asp?ProductID=421


No, the Jubilate is based on the FA-006 with Fischer Audio's proprietary AFC filter.

post #57 of 161
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Originally Posted by billymav View Post


No, the Jubilate is based on the FA-006 with Fischer Audio's proprietary AFC filter.

Thanks for the reply.

 

So I guess, the Jubilate is not really an upgrade over the FA-003.

post #58 of 161
Any updates on the international store (Shipping to US)?
post #59 of 161
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Originally Posted by Senpai3330 View Post

Any updates on the international store (Shipping to US)?

I just asked noisymotel and they do. Contact them, they are head-fi sponsors. I got mine from them. 

post #60 of 161
Oh, I'm more concerned about the individual wooden cups. I don't think Noisymotel was selling them last time I checked.
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