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post #1096 of 1910
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Originally Posted by kova4a View Post
 

Yeah, it's totally worth it. I haven't heard the px90 and muzx but the le is grrat. I eon't comment on the tf10 coz I never liked it and always thought it's overhyped - I would pick the le any day instead of it


Ty!

btw, it's senny px80 portable not px90....anyways not a prob. And tf10 is not a hyped one imho.with 3 BA,removable cable design etc @ a price ranging from $100(GF sale) to $239(current price) it's still worth. BUT the fit is the major issue and the barrel almost extends 75% from the ear, secondly the stock cable (guess some batches) have the issue of very short life.The Neon Blue shell is sexy and If i'm not wrong UE registered it's name strong into the h(ear)ts of consumers/music listeners than Pro's thru their flagship model IEM(was) tf10 (maybe since 2006-2012?) until UE900's birth. whatsoever, I had been a recent victim of tf10 stock cable and shared some info on that in the following link, which I thought might be useful for those who's seeking an answer of short lived cables.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/309321/ultimate-ears-triple-fi-10-appreciation-thread/8355

post #1097 of 1910
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Originally Posted by kova4a View Post
 

Nah, he had just 5 more units - 3 now. Not exactly an abundance of LE


guess I might check with you about stock availability before contacting him, as it looks like you have and maintain the inventory accurate.:atsmile:

post #1098 of 1910
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Originally Posted by kova4a View Post
 

Nah, he had just 5 more units - 3 now. Not exactly an abundance of LE

 

Snagged one! 

:beerchug:

post #1099 of 1910
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post #1100 of 1910
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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post
 

 

Snagged one! 

:beerchug:


bigbargainonline? how much?

post #1101 of 1910

After some confusions straighten-up, finally my LE find it's way home. :D

 

Mine is #856.

 

:atsmile:


Edited by Shawn71 - 11/2/13 at 2:08am
post #1102 of 1910
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Originally Posted by kova4a View Post
 

Yeah, it's totally worth it. I would pick the le any day instead of it

pulled my trigger. gave a shot from pennaudio.com, Wai Ming's another bu. let me see how much hype LE is upto....:wink:

ty kova4a. +1 shot for you, top of my today's....:beerchug:

post #1103 of 1910
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Originally Posted by Shawn71 View Post
 

pulled my trigger. gave a shot from pennaudio.com, Wai Ming's another bu. let me see how much hype LE is upto....:wink:

ty kova4a. +1 shot for you, top of my today's....:beerchug:

Ah, glad I was of help even if I don't remember it. I got so wasted yesterday than I have almost no memories but thankfully I've been writing on my phone and posting on head-fi with it is so messed up that I haven't been rambling too much.

post #1104 of 1910

All I know is i can't wait to get my pair of vsd1le's. I'm still new to the head-fi world so just to play around I got both the vsd1's and vsd1s's to compare and I can defiantly say I hear a difference after 100+ hrs of burn in. I can't wait to hear the Le's because my ears are confused. So far I prefer the vsd1's to the 1s's. I find them both to be for lac of a better term muddy.  Its how they extend into the different frequencies. The vsd1's sound great on the low and high end but the mids seem to get distorted or "muddy" as I said. It seems to be the opposite with the vsd1s's. The mids sound great but the lows and highs sound "muddy". Again I don't know the terms but its something about how they extend into the other frequency ranges. 

 

Vsd1, low to mid, high to mid bad. Lows and highs overall good. Mids bad

Vsd1s mid to low, mid to high bad. MIds overall good. Lows and highs bad.

 

I've tried these on multiple sources and that's what my ears hear. I'd love to see what other experienced head-fiers make of my experience or just make sense of what I'm hearing.  


Edited by Kain96z - 11/2/13 at 4:33am
post #1105 of 1910
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Originally Posted by kova4a View Post
 

Well, my guess is that all will be sold in a day or two. You know what they say - it's better to regret something you have done than regret something you haven't. If the limited edition is not very different from the VSD1 you can always keep the one you prefer and sell or gift the other - at least you'll know first-hand how it sounds instead of always wondering.

 

Words of wisdom right there ^^^

 

The LE have really amazed after the bass heavy burn in on high volume the last 3 nights. I have decided to gift the VSD1 to my nephew for his birthday. He is a fledgling Head-Fier with his first step being the Monoprice 8320 earlier this year. I think he will enjoy the VSD1.

post #1106 of 1910

What about the fit of these VSD1 models?

I prefer small and light in weight -- would you describe the VSD1s that way?

(Please don't tell me that all the different versions fit differently.)

post #1107 of 1910
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Originally Posted by Hatmann View Post
 

What about the fit of these VSD1 models?

I prefer small and light in weight -- would you describe the VSD1s that way?

(Please don't tell me that all the different versions fit differently.)

 

They are small. They are light. They are quite flush. They can be worn hanging down or over the ear. All of the VSD1 variants have the same fit (unless someone corrects me on that note).

 

This is what I said in the discovery thread about them:

 

Quote:
 I was thinking of getting another VSD1 (or VSD1S) as a backup anyway. The thing that pushed me over the edge with them (apart from the super-nova hype that Sf is flinging, and the pretty good hype that kova4a is flinging), is that I really love their form factor. The VSD1's work perfectly for me for sleeping because they are rather flush and I can lie with my head on the side with them in. So I and I can't resist having potentially even better sound for falling asleep with. Other great things: they are also built rather well (they have taken a lot of abuse from me so far). They can be worn up or down. They are great for biking (low wind resistance). They are great for using under ear muffs when cutting the lawn etc. 
post #1108 of 1910

plomped for an LE from Penon Audio, excited especially since I quite liked the VSD1 and have owned the GR07mk1 before it died. May get a separate VSD1S later in the month too :D

post #1109 of 1910
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Originally Posted by B[van] View Post
 

plomped for an LE from Penon Audio, excited especially since I quite liked the VSD1 and have owned the GR07mk1 before it died. May get a separate VSD1S later in the month too :D


ask the serial # of yours....

post #1110 of 1910
Already did, anyone have any idea how many units were released?
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