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post #721 of 1966
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Originally Posted by esteebin View Post


where did you order the VSD1 LE?

 

I ordered them from the only seller of vsd1 LE at taobao.The link was posted by stimer few pages back.
post #722 of 1966
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Originally Posted by airomjosh View Post

 

I ordered them from the only seller of vsd1 LE at taobao.The link was posted by stimer few pages back.


ok thanks

post #723 of 1966

Well, for now it seems that there are really only 999 units of the limited edition VSD1 and it's meant to be sold only in China and a person can buy only one and only if he has bought VSD1/S before, so aside from people like airomjosh, who actually reside in China, I guess we are out of luck with that one. 

post #724 of 1966

It's my first time experiencing tight bass in VSD1S and it's kinda fatiguing to me. Can changing the tips reduce it?

post #725 of 1966
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Originally Posted by pokenguyen View Post

It's my first time experiencing tight bass in VSD1S and it's kinda fatiguing to me. Can changing the tips reduce it?

You can eq down the bass. That's why I said that VSD1 is less fatiguing - because it's softer on the impact and with some types of music the VSD1S can really tire your ears in a short amount of time. Hard hitting bass is usually what's most fatiguing to me - even more than harsh treble. I don't think you'll be able to reduce the bass enough with any tips unless you get tips that give you bad seal but that's not what you want - try eq.

post #726 of 1966
I am finding the highs and sibilance on the vsd1 a bit to piercing, i've changed the tips to a few different ones with no luck in taming the highs. I've had these for about 5 days would more burn help or are they just bright earphones that i am stuck with.
post #727 of 1966

Looks like the foam tips included do not fit me, only the small tips are ok. After a week listen to VSD1S, I can't go back to my old SM E30 anymore. Thank you all very much.

 

Now I should try to get used to the tight bass.

post #728 of 1966
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Originally Posted by franticmanic View Post

I am finding the highs and sibilance on the vsd1 a bit to piercing, i've changed the tips to a few different ones with no luck in taming the highs. I've had these for about 5 days would more burn help or are they just bright earphones that i am stuck with.

You must be really sensitive to sibilance. Out of the box, my VSD1S's bass was boomy, a bit out of control and the treble was sharp, somewhat piercing. After 250 hours of burn in bass is much tighter and treble is very smooth. No sibilance for me. These really have to be burned in a lot.   

post #729 of 1966

Could so one do a comparison with the vsd1 and ckn70 please?

post #730 of 1966
One quick question: how's the build quality/durability of these things? Most important thing is how tough the cable is. Almost ALL my losses have been due to cable failure (MDR-V6 break may have been due to the jack being bent out of shape by my iPod's case).
post #731 of 1966
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Originally Posted by Xtron2112 View Post

One quick question: how's the build quality/durability of these things? Most important thing is how tough the cable is. Almost ALL my losses have been due to cable failure (MDR-V6 break may have been due to the jack being bent out of shape by my iPod's case).

The cable is fine. I know a lot people prefer the thicker gr04, gr06, gr07 cables but I actually really like this vsonic cable - it's on the thin side but it's light and very soft and pliable. The VSD1 has long and soft strain reliefs on the housings and the L-plug is sturdy.

post #732 of 1966
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Originally Posted by Xtron2112 View Post

One quick question: how's the build quality/durability of these things? Most important thing is how tough the cable is. Almost ALL my losses have been due to cable failure (MDR-V6 break may have been due to the jack being bent out of shape by my iPod's case).


Cable is really very soft and durable. :) It's better than most thicker cables. It's coated with TPU (Thermoplastic polyurethane) which makes it really durable.

post #733 of 1966

+1. Cable is very nice and durable.

post #734 of 1966

How does the VSD1 do with music with bass up front in the mix like Reggae

post #735 of 1966

I just ordered the VSD1 from Amazon, I've never bought any type of IEM before so this will be my first ones.

I have rather large ears, so will there be a  variety of ear tips that come with the initial VSD1? 

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