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post #151 of 3040
Because it is.
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Originally Posted by Crystal-Earwax View Post

The driver looks like a balanced armature.
post #152 of 3040

This one versus Fitear 334. Lets get it on. 

post #153 of 3040
$1000 hell no smh that's a big price jump from thier last uh. Flagship smh
post #154 of 3040

So, so disappointed at the price of these.  Dammit. 

post #155 of 3040
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Originally Posted by gkanai View Post

SE846 vs. FitEar ToGo! 334... that will be an interesting comparison. Hopefully we can try these back-to-back this Saturday at the Tokyo Spring Headphone Festival May 11, 2013

 

That's what I'm very much looking forward to.  

 

I love my TG334s and have no intent on moving on any time soon, but I did own the 500/535s for a significant period of time and am very curious what Shure has cooked up after so many years since that line was first introduced.

post #156 of 3040
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Originally Posted by jude View Post

Exploded views of the SE846 internals--including a very cool exploded view of the low-pass filter itself--have been added to the images in the first post of this thread.

 

Can we get a photo of the SE846 and the SE535 side by side?  The fit of the SE535 is perfect for my ears so I would like to see how it compares.

post #157 of 3040
So any idea how they sound compared to the AMG K3003? Thanks
post #158 of 3040

1k?  hmmm... ill take 2!

post #159 of 3040
Those filters are pretty small in size. I wonder how much those are going to be sold for...
post #160 of 3040

Woha! That's a pretty damn sophisticated low pass.

 

BTW. Sonion 3800 for lows = expect HUGH bass from it. This design is like a 1964 Quads packed into universal shell. I believe there will be similarities between those two :)

post #161 of 3040

well im glad to see that this isnt just another shure headphone with slight advantages over the 500/530/535 looks like they stepped up their game in the r&d department

post #162 of 3040
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Originally Posted by piotrus-g View Post

Woha! That's a pretty damn sophisticated low pass.

 

BTW. Sonion 3800 for lows = expect HUGH bass from it. This design is like a 1964 Quads packed into universal shell. I believe there will be similarities between those two :)

There's some serious innovation going on here, my wallet had a cardiac arrest when I heard about this been a fan of my 535's for ages now, as for the sonion driver my frogbeats c5 has a rather large sonion bass driver in there and they reach low.

post #163 of 3040
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Originally Posted by czqdtc View Post

Just put an order on earphone solutions for 899+shipping with the 10% discount.

Can't wait to hear them, this one truly sounds revolutionary to me, not a regular 4 driver or a hybrid, but something specifically target at the weakness of conventional BAs which sounds quite promising.

I really wish it comes with 535's intimate and lush mids + dynamic sounding bass. As for treble, since you can always adjust in accordance with your own taste so it should satisfy everybody.

I was told by earphonesolutions that no coupon was available (other than the freeship) on the SE846.

post #164 of 3040

Pretty interesting concept!

post #165 of 3040
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I was told by earphonesolutions that no coupon was available (other than the freeship) on the SE846.

I agree. Only the free shipping was available not a 10% discount.
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