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Originally Posted by shigzeo View Post  Very awkward layout with so many different perspectives and elements shot at compeltely different moments at different angles. But we get the picture at least.

 

Yep. Very disorienting. And I think some of them are renders, actually. CGI is killing product photography these days.


Edited by tomscy2000 - 7/5/13 at 3:42am
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Originally Posted by shigzeo View Post

Very awkward layout with so many different perspectives and elements shot at compeltely different moments at different angles. But we get the picture at least.

 

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Originally Posted by tomscy2000 View Post

 

Yep. Very disorienting. And I think some of them are renders, actually. CGI is killing product photography these days.

Picky much?

 

It's a collage of products meant to convey what will be in the package. It does that, in my opinion. I don't think anyone (well, obviously someone) meant it to be taken as high art or photography.

 

Off Topic so quickly after being back on it for, like... what?... one post?

 

wink.gif

post #1443 of 3180

Still the crappy volume control none wants, how about including another cable with vol control, rather than one crappy plastic vol adapter

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Originally Posted by Whippler View Post

Still the crappy volume control none wants, how about including another cable with vol control, rather than one crappy plastic vol adapter

That volume control is very useful when you plugging your headphone to airplane entertainment system.. You destroy your ears without it
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Originally Posted by discretesound View Post


That volume control is very useful when you plugging your headphone to airplane entertainment system.. You destroy your ears without it

Fact is the entertainment system is crappy and useless in the first place... makes me wonder who would want to get a top IEM and use it that way......

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I bet my left nut that these high end lot come up with some great wireless iems before long. And my right nut says they will somehow find a way to charge twice the price for that complete lack of cable.

Oh the delicious ironing.
Edited by Muzeick - 7/5/13 at 6:56am
post #1447 of 3180

It takes “balls” to bet your “nuts”.

 

I wonder what player will pair well with the SE846 (and its 9Ω impedance)? Or, will that even be a factor (a factor of 8X or otherwise)?

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Actually when this IEM will come and sell? It seems too long from it's revealed

and I wonder how this iem compare to 334 and 1plus2

at that price this seems very good

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Originally Posted by kkcc View Post

Fact is the entertainment system is crappy and useless in the first place... makes me wonder who would want to get a top IEM and use it that way......

 

Actually... I do...

 

I take at least one flight per year back to Taiwan for visiting my family. Being able to watch at least a couple hours of movies makes passing time much easier (I have a really tough time sleeping on these flights, I may get three to four hours of sleep at most). Being able to use in IEM while watching these movies makes them so much more enjoyable. The quality of the sound output is not great, but the isolation of IEM is far better than any other option on a long flight.

 

If I was just listening to music, I'd stick with my own devices. On a long flight like that though, music just isn't enough to occupy my idle mind.

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Originally Posted by lindrone View Post

... On a long flight like that though, music just isn't enough to occupy my idle mind.

 

On such flights (or shorter ones, for that matter), it is music that often helps me not just occupy the mind, but keep things 'a little' more sane.

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Can someone point me to inmpressions of the 846?
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Originally Posted by gelocks View Post

They don't know... they just say the "end of summer"...

Anyway, not sure if anyone has seen this:

http://www.earphonesolutions.com/se846-vs-se535-vs-ie800.html

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Originally Posted by GL1TCH3D View Post

Can someone point me to inmpressions of the 846?

^ see above link
It contains all you need to know about the SE846. No more. No less. XD
post #1453 of 3180
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Originally Posted by javahut View Post

 

Picky much?

 

It's a collage of products meant to convey what will be in the package. It does that, in my opinion. I don't think anyone (well, obviously someone) meant it to be taken as high art or photography.

 

Off Topic so quickly after being back on it for, like... what?... one post?

 

wink.gif

LOL - you thought he meant the SHE846 Accessories - as opposed to the KL International AV Show promo - you know, the image with the "Very awkward layout with so many different perspectives and elements shot at completely different moments at different angles"

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Originally Posted by akhyar View Post

One of the famous store in Singapore now have a pre-order offer at S$1,299 with a free UE900 or UE9000 of your choice.

Considering that a brand new UE900 with warranty can fetch about S$400 in second-hand market, quite a worthy gamble

 

Thanks for the info! Have always been keen on the TF10 but for the horrible fit, so this is a good combi for me :)

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my concern is they look very large and might not fit in peoples ears easily...i currently have the 535 and they fit fine but the 846 looks quite a bit bigger

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