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post #2431 of 3042
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I would then definitely go with the white filter, and about filters and sibilance, for some reasons the blue filter exhibits more of it to my ears than the white.

I also feel that with electronic, but taste may vary, has a bass rendering that is less defined than with the white filter, also you "loose" out on details that make you shiver :)

 

Outside of electronic, if you listen to tracks that are with vocals, I do use the warm filter and there is no sibilance there.

 

I listen to almost all genres, my main filter is the white for the amazing clarity and transparency they bring + powerful and articulate and very defined bass, but the warm is the laid back, vocal forward, lush, relaxing one with still very good level of detail. I never use the blue filter but I try it back from time to time as I try new sources and go deeper into burn-in. Still not for me.

I can't take details decently with blue and black filters.I use white filters for all genres.And bass is sweet with white filter.Details,vocals and enstruments more transparent,detailed and natural to me with white  filters.

post #2432 of 3042

Does the store provide free auditory for earphones? Finally are there anymore stock of se846?

post #2433 of 3042
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Originally Posted by kfki View Post

Does the store provide free auditory for earphones? Finally are there anymore stock of se846?

There seems to be no shortages of SE846 in the US or Asia. The only place I know you can audition 846s in the US is at Inmotion stores at the airport.
post #2434 of 3042
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Originally Posted by kfki View Post
 

Does the store provide free auditory for earphones? Finally are there anymore stock of se846?

 

Don't know what store (in what country) you are referencing and I assume you are talking about auditioning? In my town in the U.S., I think they have an 846 available for audition at the airport (in InMotion Entertainment). Availability doesn't seem to be a problem in the U.S. (I can't speak for other nations).

post #2435 of 3042
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Originally Posted by spook76 View Post


There seems to be no shortages of SE846 in the US or Asia. The only place I know you can audition 846s in the US is at Inmotion stores at the airport.

 

We did it again, Spook.:bigsmile_face:

post #2436 of 3042
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We did it again, Spook.bigsmile_face.gif

Truck, this time you owe me a drink. Hehe
post #2437 of 3042
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Originally Posted by tinyman392 View Post

Are my eyes getting tired, or do I actually see four drivers in there?
I only see three drivers
Will have a try on it. But not willing to empty my wallet for it:D:D
post #2438 of 3042
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Originally Posted by truckdriver View Post
 

 

Don't know what store (in what country) you are referencing and I assume you are talking about auditioning? In my town in the U.S., I think they have an 846 available for audition at the airport (in InMotion Entertainment). Availability doesn't seem to be a problem in the U.S. (I can't speak for other nations).

i was talking to a guy who works at layton audio in montreal, he introduced me the place and say if i'm around town, i can try his.

post #2439 of 3042

Did anyone compare 846 with Fit Ear To Go 334 ? What are differences ?

post #2440 of 3042
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Originally Posted by high-fidelity View Post

Did anyone compare 846 with Fit Ear To Go 334 ? What are differences ?
846 has much tighter bass and is more balanced overall. 334 has thicker and warmer mids.
post #2441 of 3042
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post


846 has much tighter bass and is more balanced overall. 334 has thicker and warmer mids.

Thanks.I think 846 is better.

post #2442 of 3042
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Originally Posted by high-fidelity View Post
 

Thanks.I think 846 is better.

They are different. Some prefer 334. I prefer 846.

post #2443 of 3042
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post
 

They are different. Some prefer 334. I prefer 846.

I saw your profile and headphone inventory.What do you think about Spiral Ear Se 5 and 846 ? Which is better ? I'm very curious about compare Roxanne with 846.

post #2444 of 3042
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Originally Posted by high-fidelity View Post

I saw your profile and headphone inventory.What do you think about Spiral Ear Se 5 and 846 ? Which is better ? I'm very curious about compare Roxanne with 846.
I have owned the SE5 for a while so I know it much better. I love the SE5 and it is a very high level technical performer. The 846 is more fun with more punch in the bass, but less detailed I would say (the SE5 are very impressive in that area). The 846 might have a wider stage though. Overall the SE5 might perform better but do not forget it is 1.6 times the price. And at that level, differences in performance are not drastic.
post #2445 of 3042
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post


I have owned the SE5 for a while so I know it much better. I love the SE5 and it is a very high level technical performer. The 846 is more fun with more punch in the bass, but less detailed I would say (the SE5 are very impressive in that area). The 846 might have a wider stage though. Overall the SE5 might perform better but do not forget it is 1.6 times the price. And at that level, differences in performance are not drastic.

Yes,it is true.SE 5 is more expensive than 846.

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