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post #196 of 210

It will be my first iem :D

coming from a hifi enthusiast, i returned my NAD receiver cause it was a bit warm with my klipsch speakers.

oooo cant wait too hear hifi in the train or on my bike.

what you think about SE846 btw, i almost went for that one, price and comfort was the killer.

post #197 of 210
Dont know about the shures...never tried it.
post #198 of 210
Holidays for a week, stay home in my small village smily_headphones1.gif
post #199 of 210

Jakarta? apa kabar mas?.. didnt know SD grow on trees..

post #200 of 210
Lg mudik mas. Wah, kenal ga ya, di au-id. biggrin.gif
post #201 of 210
Im listening while writing this..
First impressions:
1 beautifull piece of engeneering and very comfy
2 this is indeed warm, eq settings will make it less warm
3 sounds like a over the ear headphones, good staging
4 bass is good

It's my first iem but I had many budget ie before this, i give SD3 a 7,5. A 9 would be my klipsch heresy 3 speakers, my ears are allready ruined by spoiledom cause of them.

imo no matter where or how u listen hifi, when the sound is good it puts a smile on my face. A big smile is a 10:D

Gr,
Dro
post #202 of 210
Get pure silver cables and use ortofon tips..it will make the sig from warm to natural
post #203 of 210

@nazrin313 I think the same as you, I'm waiting for a new cable and already use the ortofon tips ;)

post #204 of 210

I come to the conclusion that this sound color is not my taste, it is too warm. I like a more bright and agressive sound. SD3 lacks too much of the treble, about 4-5db. But the lows its handle very well though, good deep thight bass, really reminds me of some over the ear headphones, well done.

 

489,- i paid for this IEM and I really was expecting more (rating 8 at least), maybe it is beacuse i read too much head-fi/au-id reviews of SD3;)

 

Cable and tips might change the color of the sound a bit, but sorry aint gonna happen, it probably change

the sound by 20%, I need more than that maybe 50% (all cause less of treble).

so unfortunately im gonna return my SD3, and try another IEM, any suggestion guys???
has anyone tried the vmoda m100?... Really interested in this one;) might get this one if no other IEM can replace my SD3.

 

my goal is to find a IEM or headphone that has the same quality of my hifi system (klipsch heresy 3 + subwoofer). this is a big challenge, i know, but SD3 was a good start;)

 

cheers,

dro

post #205 of 210

@whostino Read this review about hybrids, at the moment I like a lot the Sony XBA-H3 with the iBasso Dx90.

post #206 of 210
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Originally Posted by whostino View Post

I come to the conclusion that this sound color is not my taste, it is too warm. I like a more bright and agressive sound. SD3 lacks too much of the treble, about 4-5db. But the lows its handle very well though, good deep thight bass, really reminds me of some over the ear headphones, well done.

489,- i paid for this IEM and I really was expecting more (rating 8 at least), maybe it is beacuse i read too much head-fi/au-id reviews of SD3;)

Cable and tips might change the color of the sound a bit, but sorry aint gonna happen, it probably change
the sound by 20%, I need more than that maybe 50% (all cause less of treble).
so unfortunately im gonna return my SD3, and try another IEM, any suggestion guys???

has anyone tried the vmoda m100?... Really interested in this one;) might get this one if no other IEM can replace my SD3.

my goal is to find a IEM or headphone that has the same quality of my hifi system (klipsch heresy 3 + subwoofer). this is a big challenge, i know, but SD3 was a good start;)

cheers,
dro

Tralucent audio 1plus2 is the answer to your question.
Edited by nazrin313 - 8/1/14 at 4:25am
post #207 of 210

The 1plus2 are in the same price range that the klipsch heresy 3, if you have the funds, they're really good without a doubt.

post #208 of 210

tnx guys:D

 

hmm 1400euro 1plus2???


Edited by whostino - 8/4/14 at 4:51am
post #209 of 210
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tnx guys:D

 

hmm 1400euro 1plus2???


Thomann.de have the shure 846 for 790 euros if that's any use.

post #210 of 210
Not comfy, bit too bulky
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