I'm just asking this question on one single post, if someone want to reply, thank you to do it by PM.
I have the Heir 5.0 since weeks and sorry to say that even if in general, they sound good, there's a big issue with high mid/low treble transition on my unit. Something quite harsh, almost like sibillance. To much energy in this aerea to my ears. TSSSSSSS coming from cymbals are turned into TSSCCCCCHHH.... The letter "S" when someone sings are turned into "SCCCHHH.... No need to say that jazz music with female vocals (cymbals + words with "s" letter at the same time), is quite awfull to my ears.
There's 3 possibilities.
1. My ears are very sensitive to this frequ. aerea, knowing that there's perhaps a dip in the 4k region and a spike in the 10 k like on the 4 AI, 4A that I already owned and that had the same signature but not so proheminent from my memory (but with all my other's Hi-end IEM's, never heard something like that).
2. I have drivers/crossover issues in my 5.0.
3. All of you have earing problems....
I love Heir audio and I really don't want to begin to post more messages about that here, just to know if someone else already experienced that,
Just PM me please.
Thank you very much.