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post #1021 of 1954
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Originally Posted by Vain III View Post


Weird, my PO doesn't close until 6PM. Which would normally give me ample time to get there. Guess you'll just have to wait.

Yeah, I'll wait. They did work till later up till several years ago but I guess someone decided there's not that much work on Saturdays and that by shortening the working hours some money could be saved. While my drinking habits are partially to blame, it's mainly the mailman's, actually a postwoman, fault as she's of age and pretty lazy and she rings once and if you don't show up in less then a minute she's gone.

post #1022 of 1954
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Originally Posted by sfwalcer View Post
 

Hmmm....... these VSD1 LEs are a bit tricky.

 

I was hoping these VSD1 LEs would sound vastly different from all of VSonic's previous offers as it was supposedly tuned by the father of the CEO to sound like their up coming VSD7s, but sadly this is not what i am hearing from my initial listening sessions. I am not really digging the less extended polite treble as well as the rounder/ softer bass texture tuning, but the overall fuller, more out of the head sound is a nice addition since it makes it sound a bit more 3D.

 

/initial impressions/ rant

 

edit: Lets see what burn-in does for these. :popcorn:

Fingers crossed but i ain't expecting miracles. haha :ph34r: 

 

After about 30 hours of burn in and listening to some of my favorite tracks from Red Hot Chili Peppers and Foo Fighters, the polite treble is the one thing I keep focusing on, in a bad way. I am okay with the softer bass but the cymbals from these bands all sound the same whereas on the GR07BE and even the VSD1, to some extent, can differentiate the various cymbal strikes.

 

I know I was enamored initially about the overall neutrality, but the more I listened, the more I missed the splashy clangs of the highs.

 

I feel these may be stored as backup to my backup...:confused_face:

post #1023 of 1954
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Originally Posted by esteebin View Post
 

 

After about 30 hours of burn in and listening to some of my favorite tracks from Red Hot Chili Peppers and Foo Fighters, the polite treble is the one thing I keep focusing on, in a bad way. I am okay with the softer bass but the cymbals from these bands all sound the same whereas on the GR07BE and even the VSD1, to some extent, can differentiate the various cymbal strikes.

 

I know I was enamored initially about the overall neutrality, but the more I listened, the more I missed the splashy clangs of the highs.

 

I feel these may be stored as backup to my backup...:confused_face:


Yeppp, still feels the same about these sadly after my 3rd listen with some burn-in. Nothing has changed so far and what you stated was exactly how i felt after i set the EQ back to "Flat" on my ipod. When EQed with a simple bass/ treble (mainly treble) they come out to play and sound MUCH more alive.

 

Without EQ it's soooooooooooooooooo boring when compared to the BEs/ VSD1 Classics.

 

... saweeeee for ruining it for ya'. : P  :triportsad:

post #1024 of 1954
^ LOL and bummer all at the same time!
post #1025 of 1954
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Originally Posted by sfwalcer View Post
 

 

Without EQ it's soooooooooooooooooo boring when compared to the BEs/ VSD1 Classics.

 

... saweeeee for ruining it for ya'. : P  :triportsad:

 

My expectations haven't been lowered even the slightest. You troll way too much and now your credibility is on par with the boy who cried wolf. 

post #1026 of 1954
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Originally Posted by kova4a View Post

 

My expectations haven't been lowered even the slightest. You troll way too much and now your credibility is on par with the boy who cried wolf. 

^ LMAO good one kova.

 

 

NEVER WAVER NEVER FALTER TO HYPE OR ANTI-HYPE AND STAND STRONG!!! I like that in a rabbit.

 

But we'll see who will be crying when they FINALLY receive their sets. hoho :veryevil:

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post #1030 of 1954

^ Forget about those stupid pics, IMPRESSIONS NOW!!! :tongue:

 

Bring it our guru!!!

post #1031 of 1954
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Originally Posted by esteebin View Post
 

 

After about 30 hours of burn in and listening to some of my favorite tracks from Red Hot Chili Peppers and Foo Fighters, the polite treble is the one thing I keep focusing on, in a bad way. I am okay with the softer bass but the cymbals from these bands all sound the same whereas on the GR07BE and even the VSD1, to some extent, can differentiate the various cymbal strikes.

 

I know I was enamored initially about the overall neutrality, but the more I listened, the more I missed the splashy clangs of the highs.

 

I feel these may be stored as backup to my backup...:confused_face:

Sorry for the slightly off topic but since I see that we have similar tastes, what IEM do you think is the best till now for our kind of music? Too bad that the LE don't cover your needs but with your statement I feel kinda relieved that I "missed" them.

post #1032 of 1954
Better then gr07s and philips fedilo s2 with only 4hrs burn in .....:0
post #1033 of 1954
Everything in the sound frequency is off the chain my mengs
post #1034 of 1954
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Originally Posted by mochill View Post

Better then gr07s and philips fedilo s2 with only 4hrs burn in .....:0

 

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Originally Posted by mochill View Post

Everything in the sound frequency is off the chain my mengs

^ LMAO Corecoolios chill Corecoolios....... : O

post #1035 of 1954
Gotta good deathmatch brewing methinks! Good to see some fight left in the 'ol ME's :-)
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