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post #106 of 299
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 I doubt the R50 will have better isoation than the shure se-215.

 

I think both are almost the same with shure olives, even though the SE-215 should be ported due to the dynamic driver. 

 

But the SE-535 is a whole other level of isolation. Almost overkill .. tongue.gif

post #107 of 299
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Originally Posted by ayaflo View Post

 

I think both are almost the same with shure olives, even though the SE-215 should be ported due to the dynamic driver. 

 

But the SE-535 is a whole other level of isolation. Almost overkill .. tongue.gif

really? I thought the se-215 and the 535 were basically built identically, just tuned differently?

however, I can't be sure of that.

post #108 of 299

First off, love your name, been a fan since Seas of Cheese. But no, the 215 and 535 use entirely different drivers, technologies, tunings, casings, etc.

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Originally Posted by colonelclaypool View Post

really? I thought the se-215 and the 535 were basically built identically, just tuned differently?

however, I can't be sure of that.

post #109 of 299
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Originally Posted by soundstige View Post

First off, love your name, been a fan since Seas of Cheese. But no, the 215 and 535 use entirely different drivers, technologies, tunings, casings, etc.

 

haha thanks- primus sucks!^^. my youth was all primus and claypool plus I play bass.

alright, I didn't know the shure's were so different. thanks for pointing that out.

 

I tried to shootout the se-215 and the R50 with the same tips ( shure olives) and the se-215 gave me better isolation.

I think it's because the shell of the se-215 is bigger and fills out my ear more. the whole fit just seems tighter with it.

 

sorry for the off topic talk.

post #110 of 299

It sounds like at least one or two people have both the VC02's and the new VC1000. As a happy, broke VC02 owner ("sorry about the wallet" indeed!), I'd very much appreciate a comparison between these two.

 

Thanks in advance!

post #111 of 299
They are a ture upgrade to the vc02 which I have, bass is tighter faster , mids are foward with excellent clarity and micro detail is more present, highs are smoother with better extension, soundstage is deeper and wider with excellent imaging and speed never sound compressed or sllured. I'm now using the vc02 xxs black tips and that has given me that excellent sound plus the 115hrs of burn in , I'm still going to give them my 300hr burn in routine biggrin.gif
post #112 of 299

Glad to hear that you're enjoying the VC1000's. Can't wait until I get back US to purchase these.

post #113 of 299
Can't wait for you impression smily_headphones1.gif
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post #115 of 299
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That review was out almost 2 weeks ago and was already posted on the first page of this thread...

post #116 of 299
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Originally Posted by putente View Post

 

 

That review was out almost 2 weeks ago and was already posted on the first page of this thread...

Sorry I didn't back read, Peace bro. I just got too excited. :)

post #117 of 299

Has no one else really taken a chance on these IEMs?  Are they a large improvement over the GR01?  Just hard to believe the lack of updates on this thread :(

post #118 of 299
MI'm still burning in my pair and it will be done on saterday night , but I heard that they revised the gr01 with new sound tuning so I don't know how they sound for I do not own one smily_headphones1.gif
post #119 of 299
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Has no one else really taken a chance on these IEMs?  Are they a large improvement over the GR01?  Just hard to believe the lack of updates on this thread :(

 

I'm lending mine to another member here, he should have his impression/review within a week or two...

post #120 of 299

Pretty much interested with this IEM. Anyway, will this suit to Metal or Rock kind of song? Will cymbal sound crisp enough? Sorry for asking to much. Currently looking for my 1st BA iem. :)

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