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post #1276 of 1985
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Originally Posted by koreanzombie View Post
 

Tried the vsd1's on today and the right earbud has stopped working. The worst part is I only started to use them on the go 2 weeks ago, and I really take care of my gear. I think im gunna wait for the gr07 classics, but I still really enjoy the sound signiture of the vsd1's. Did anyone else have problems with thier vsd1's durability?

No issues with mine. I've been working out with the VSD1S for a few months now and it's still going strong.

post #1277 of 1985

how do the VS1DS compare to Yuin pk3s?
I'm new to the high fidelity game and my only good pair of earphones is the Yuin Pk3s.

post #1278 of 1985

post #1279 of 1985

^ Bring on the bling!

post #1280 of 1985

Should I wait for the VSD3 to come out or get VSD1S now?

post #1281 of 1985
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Originally Posted by willy156 View Post
 

Should I wait for the VSD3 to come out or get VSD1S now?


i'll say it's wiser to wait for the VSD3 to come out 1st, or even the VSD5s. :bigsmile_face:

 

You can ALWAYS get the VSD1S anytime you want so......

post #1282 of 1985
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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post
 

^ Bring on the bling!


those the cherry eucalyptus flavour?  interesting picture thanks.

post #1283 of 1985
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Originally Posted by headzinc View Post
 

VSD LE No.460 is here and burn-in for over 400 hrs~~

 

However, I DIY a little bit by replacing the original stock cable to 7N copper cable and reversed the L/R channel. 

Finally, L/R are on the correct side while worn over ears.=]


^ Hey headzinc, do you live in the United States btw??? If so i might need your modding skittles to help me do a re-cable of the Sony MH1Cs if you are game. :beerchug:

post #1284 of 1985
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Originally Posted by stimer View Post
 


Darn......Look at the "Bloody Red", just like V-Moda true blood vampire and Westone UM1 Corsa.

post #1285 of 1985
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Originally Posted by Shawn71 View Post
 


Darn......Look at the "Bloody Red", just like V-Moda true blood vampire and Westone UM1 Corsa.


Hopefully it's bloody red and bloody delicious as well. YUMs Plasma candy!!!

post #1286 of 1985
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Originally Posted by willy156 View Post
 

Should I wait for the VSD3 to come out or get VSD1S now?


Yes,pls wait......even there's chance to own VSD1's little cheaper after VSD3 launch and/Or VSD3s may perform better than VSD1's?....


Edited by Shawn71 - 11/23/13 at 6:44pm
post #1287 of 1985
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Originally Posted by koreanzombie View Post
 

Did anyone else have problems with thier vsd1's durability?

Well, My only worry is cable.I Own the LE and all the VSD1s share the same cable type,if I'm not wrong.

 

I feel, that my Jlab J3,MEElec M6 cables that I feared most while handling them are way better now for their durability and usage(2 years,and going on) IMHO, after I received my LE.They are more than 1/4 cheaper than my LE and also sounds very good for that price tag but i'm yet to crack it open,LEs potential.

 

Other than this, the strain relief on the 3.5mm jack also to be handled careful. I'm confident most of the owners will hop onto custom DIY cable after one of the VSD1 owner post his cable mod on his pair,for sure, that includes me or....... I may be the first to do that "No Rocket Science" Mod.....who knows.:wink:

 

It's not about complaining but would've been better if vsonic added a 2mm thickness. that is all about.

post #1288 of 1985

Out of the LE's, H200's or CKS1000's, I can honestly say that I enjoy the ones that are in my ears at the time the most lol. 

 

LE's are the most neutral, realistic and natural sounding. Nice wide soundstage. Slightly warm. Full sounding. Non-fatiguing. Sound awesome!

 

H200's are a bit more u-shaped.. Bigger, more impactful and more forward bass. More forward/detailed treble. Mids are not really farther back, but the bass and treble are more forward giving a more u-shaped effect. Very full and detailed sounding. Deeper soundstage. A bit more colored. But very enjoyable. Sound awesome!

 

CKS1000's even more v-shaped. Bass not as powerful as with the H200's, but still mucho bass, and it's nicely controlled and detailed. Mids furthest back out of the bunch (but still not recessed by any means). Treble most forward and aggressive of the bunch. Driest of them all. Very wide and deep soundstage with lots of air and space between instruments (most "open" sounding of them all). Sometimes more fatiguing than the others after extended listening sessions. Sound awesome!

 

So, they all sound awesome, and I can honestly say that I love them all. :smile: 

post #1289 of 1985
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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post
 

Out of the LE's, H200's or CKS1000's, I can honestly say that I enjoy the ones that are in my ears at the time the most lol. 

 

LE's are the most neutral, realistic and natural sounding. Nice wide soundstage. Slightly warm. Full sounding. Non-fatiguing. Sound awesome!

 

H200's are a bit more u-shaped.. Bigger, more impactful and more forward bass. More forward/detailed treble. Mids are not really farther back, but the bass and treble are more forward giving a more u-shaped effect. Very full and detailed sounding. Deeper soundstage. A bit more colored. But very enjoyable. Sound awesome!

 

CKS1000's even more v-shaped. Bass not as powerful as with the H200's, but still mucho bass, and it's nicely controlled and detailed. Mids furthest back out of the bunch (but still not recessed by any means). Treble most forward and aggressive of the bunch. Driest of them all. Very wide and deep soundstage with lots of air and space between instruments (most "open" sounding of them all). Sometimes more fatiguing than the others after extended listening sessions. Sound awesome!

 

So, they all sound awesome, and I can honestly say that I love them all. :smile: 


^ OMG OMG OMG AMAZING IMPRESSIONS WAYNE!!! ;)

 

HYPE FOR THESE VSD1 LEs SUSTAINED!!! :tongue_smile: 

 

Have you tried the MT300 tips???

 

Or even the Lethals???

post #1290 of 1985

Indeed! The LE's are wonderful. And as far as form is concerned, they are my favourites. Small. Light. Flush. Wear them up. Wear them down. What's not to like? :)   Well, the cable is a bit wimpy, but so far it has been durable enough.

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