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I am sure you sound very analog when you sing wink.gif

 

ahhhhhh... you definitely overestimate me... when in school my band mates once had an idea that i must sing and not only play, but when i tried they told me better i play but do not sing tongue.gif

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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

Spend $100 and rake in the benefits of your new audiophile player. I believe Gintaras owns one and will happily tell us how it sounds. wink.gif

Highyl recommended, especailly for those rocking smartphones. You can take it further!

 

ouch mate, i so much enjoy ASG-2 with RWAK and so lazy to put C3 into this game redface.gif

imagine how many songs i will have to re-listen? mind blowing, my ears are pleading a big NO tongue.gif

 

seriously i do not have much time and ASG-2 must go back to James next week, so i will finish critical audition with RWAK and T1, but then if time permits will give C3 a try. i agree with you but i do not hold high expectations because C3+BH will not beat RWAK+T1 from my past experience. surely C3 can mask some things but there is no need because ASG-2 is great IEM and can handle demanding material very nicely. if something does not come my way some time this is no problem but ASG-2 really does amazing job.

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Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post

ouch mate, i so much enjoy ASG-2 with RWAK and so lazy to put C3 into this game redface.gif
imagine how many songs i will have to re-listen? mind blowing, my ears are pleading a big NO tongue.gif

seriously i do not have much time and ASG-2 must go back to James next week, so i will finish critical audition with RWAK and T1, but then if time permits will give C3 a try. i agree with you but i do not hold high expectations because C3+BH will not beat RWAK+T1 from my past experience. surely C3 can mask some things but there is no need because ASG-2 is great IEM and can handle demanding material very nicely. if something does not come my way some time this is no problem but ASG-2 really does amazing job.

Not everyone is going to want to spend that much straight away Gintaras on RWAK100 and Tralucents T1 amp, I am offering the community a cheaper alternative trying to lure them in that way then progressively grow to bigger sources, we must start them off slowly. I could easily use Studio V and we know what Lee thinks of Studio V compared to RWAK100 don't we Gintaras. wink.gif What I'm saying is I could use other sources but I choose this one because of the synergy, and for those out there with smartphones or limiting themselves to Sansa's Clip, they really should be considering the $100 player. You do not need the BH amp, quite the opposite BH amp will not give the same effect with ASG-2 as they sound cleaner from C3 alone imo.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 8/17/13 at 1:30am
post #2794 of 6720

As time runs fast I limit further audition to particular songs instead of spinning a complete album.

 

Since many words have been said about mids, bass, trebles, I concentrate on particular material and ability of ASG-2 to convey this to the end listener rather than go in rounds about technical abilities.

 

Here we go and this time Chris Spheeris will have a take on ASG-2. Actually Spheeris music is rich tonally, complex in transients and is challenging on audio gear, it packs fast pace and complex collaborations of orchestral and electronic music. The album I used called Dancing with the Muse (16/44 FLAC). Compositions in this audition: Dancing with the Muse, Marionette, The New West, Remain in Motion.

 

Despite some small struggle ASG-2 passed this test. I liked mids tonality and strings sounded real gorgeous, horn instruments worked pretty and violins sounded well too to my own surprise. Percussions sounded a bit closer together and I missed a bit of fine transients and space between them but nothing major to put me off here. The stage was well layered, natural and believable, but not too big, if only upper mids could add a bit more air and sensation to overall picture but hey… I am too demanding perhaps. Pace and rhythm aspect was good despite smaller issues with percussions’ presentation mentioned earlier in this description. I was amazed how well ASG-2 handled the fast paced transient on Remain in Motion composition, which kicks in after 4min20sec playback. Note decay was very good but I have heard better, so nothing to rave about. To my ear ASG-2 offered good agility and musicality of the presentation was top notch. Piano and cymbals sounded very well too giving good body and sparkle, really nothing more to wish here.

 

Overall result? Surprisingly good, even a bit against my initial expectation. ASG-2 continues to surprise me, sometimes when I do not expect this baby slips some bit… but when I am prepared to torture this IEM it suddenly flattens me with music and glory. I love Chris Spherris test and ASG-2 passed this with very high marks.

 

Compositions in this test (unfortunately too few on youtube and not best quality):

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What’s next? Eyes Wide Shut…. no no … not my eyes but original soundtrack from the movie ...tongue.gif

post #2795 of 6720
This is good info. I'm in the situation you describe. Just received my ASG-2. Pairing it mainly with the iPhone 4S at the moment and ELE-DAC at work. Colorfly C3 is on my radar now though I would prefer a better UI. On my short list of DAC/amp or DAPs are the Dragonfly, FiiO X3, ODAC w/ amp and Hifi M8. For now I'll keep on using my iPhone to get a feel for performance but will eventually be exploring a bit more. Hifi-M8 might also pair well with my eventual balanced Alpha Dog so it is in the lead right now. If purely for my work desktop something like the ODAC combo could be perfect.



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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

Not everyone is going to want to spend that much straight away Gintaras on RWAK100 and Tralucents T1 amp, I am offering the community a cheaper alternative trying to lure them in that way then progressively grow to bigger sources, we must start them off slowly. I could easily use Studio V and we know what Lee thinks of Studio V compared to RWAK100 don't we Gintaras. wink.gif What I'm saying is I could use other sources but I choose this one because of the synergy, and for those out there with smartphones or limiting themselves to Sansa's Clip, they really should be considering the $100 player. You do not need the BH amp, quite the opposite BH amp will not give the same effect with ASG-2 as they sound cleaner from C3 alone.
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This is good info. I'm in the situation you describe. Just received my ASG-2. Pairing it mainly with the iPhone 4S at the moment and ELE-DAC at work. Colorfly C3 is on my radar now though I would prefer a better UI. On my short list of DAC/amp or DAPs are the Dragonfly, FiiO X3, ODAC w/ amp and Hifi M8. For now I'll keep on using my iPhone to get a feel for performance but will eventually be exploring a bit more. Hifi-M8 might also pair well with my eventual balanced Alpha Dog so it is in the lead right now. If purely for my work desktop something like the ODAC combo could be perfect.

If you ever were to go ahead just be prepared for very basic user interface on the Colorfly, if you're a fan of playlists look away immediately, the player will only play album folders one at a time and really is purely about the sound only, but works well to extract what ASG-2 can offer. I would also maybe keep an eye on iBasso's DX50 which is meant to be coming out soon for under $300.

Cheers,
Edited by H20Fidelity - 8/17/13 at 2:41am
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And now Eyes Wide Shut, I am a sucker for Kubrick movies and the great maestro had excellent taste for music too. Actually Eyes Wide Shut was the last movie from the master who left us some of the finest movies of all times.

 

Kubrick was no simple mind and knew very well what music and when music. Eyes Wide Shut soundtrack is one single masterpiece and, surprisingly, it packs all material necessary for audio gear test in one CD. This is inspiring music and every composition is perfectly selected. So I will use many tracks to test various aspects of ASG-2 sound. When you hear this compilation you will understand why I rave so much about it.

 

Here is the test:

 

1.             Musica Ricercata, II (Mesto, Rigido E Cerimoniale) (Dominic Harlan)            4:17

Amazing piano test, notes space and decay, string reverb, naturalness. ASG-2 handled this with ease, piano sounded very natural, black space between notes allowed for insanely deep projections, notes have been literally dying off slowly into the air. Playing piano myself I felt very pleased.

 

2.             Waltz 2 From Jazz Suite (Royal Concertogebouw Orchestra)            3:41

Beautiful music and amazing symphonic presentation. Errr…. I wished ASG-2 to shine but reality was different. Stage was good and believable but a bit too small for my liking. What came worse were strings and horns, they sounded stressed, and a bit congested when the composition culminated after 1min20sec, I again note some metallic tint in violins, I also hear horns getting a bit in front of everything, weird. Ah…sorry ASG-2, you tried hard but you could not, Ok, you passed this test with so-so marks, almost on the edge of failure but… you passed.

 

3.             Baby Did A Bad Bad Thing (Chris Isaak)            2:54

And now rock lovers must be pleased, this is amazing song and amazing performance, plenty of ramble and guitar riffs are so inspiring. So how ASG-2 liked this? I was pleased with immediacy, attack, ramble, stage, nearly everything, Chris Isaak voice sounded brilliant too. What erred me here was a bit of stress on guitar riffs, I noted some harshness thinning riffs, making guitar literally shout like a sour throat, this was not happen always but on aggressive transients like the one you hear after 1min37sec. Trebles lacked a tiny bit of air but nothing major to worry about.

 

4.             When I Fall In Love (Victor Silvester Orchestra)            3:00

Listening to orchestral jazz work of immaculate When I Fall In Love let a wide smile on my face. Like I said it many times, throw in vocals or some smaller chamber acoustic music and ASG-2 will blow your socks off. Test passed with highest marks. Not much else to tell here. Perhaps violins … ah.. who cares? There is nothing to spoil the musical presentation and I am dreaming away right now as the playback continues.

 

5.             I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good) (The Oscar Peterson Trio)            3:11

I hope you love Oscar Peterson piano? You know the big news is AGS-2 loves it too :-D I found it so good, full sounding portraying piano so realistically, I literally felt the depth and saw Peterson playing in front of me, gorgeous and no complaints here. Baby, you get the highest marks for this.

 

6.             Naval Officer (Jocelyn Pook)            4:51

Violins, strings, projection, black space, you name it… amazing work, so intimate and striking. ASG-2 feels like doing fine job here, I especially love the amount of black space which allows for tremendous instrument separation, every instrument sounds full, violins are so believable, if only bit upper mids could help here but for once I do not hear any metallic tint… Ok Ok… a tiny bit and only if I listen very well enough. Great job Dale, I am surprised so I can do little but again award high marks to ASG-2.

 

7.             The Dream (Jocelyn Pook)            4:55

Ouch…. flute anyone, some pipes, violins? This is pretty the same theme from prior composition but rendered slightly differently, a bit change of musical harmonics here and there but something similar strikes you. More intense strings and perhaps more challenging upper mids and trebles… then sudden drop to lower octaves. Yep, this became more challenging for ASG-2. Bass extension remained very well and natural, I felt lower octaves very well… strings ah strings, something sounds more packed and busy here, I can feel ASG-2 has small struggle on some passages, still it manages to preserve musical picture coherency in space and notes separation remains top notch. Despite some stress and metallic tint in strings I feel ASG-2 passed this test with very good but not highest marks. Damn, poor baby what a torture.

 

8.             Masked Ball (Jocelyn Pook)            3:43

And now we go for drums and vocals to test bass, mid bass, lower bass, lowest bass, and overall response… gosh I hear strings again, ASG-2 you are sweating I can feel it. Lovely, I must take a pause to smoke a cigarette as I struggle to describe what I heard. …. and now I am back and ready to talk. Poor poor baby, I know you tried hard but… lack of lower bass extension shows off clearly here, you like voices and I heard it too, but violins sounded bit harsher than normal and I felt bit congestion and some more reverb than normally. Overall the presentation was believable but the stage shrunk and I felt note stress too often. Passed with reservations.

 

9.             Migrations (Jocelyn Pook and the Jocelyn Pook Ensemble with Manickam)            3:46

Trebles, percussions, slam… migrations, this is literally musical migrations. Background vocals sounded real nice, percussions worked surprisingly well perhaps because there was more concentration on mid bass… lower bass extension was no problem here. Trebles worked magically and offered enough air and bite. ASG-2 rendered this composition beautifully in black space, highest marks baby.

 

10.             If I Had You (Roy Gerson)            7:01

And back to piano and small acoustic, If I Had You… does it mean If I had You ASG-2? Lovely presentation, lovely music, contrabass sounded amazing full and piano sound was godly, air was moving naturally and the stage was right in front of me. Guitar sounded very natural and had a good bite to it. Black background allows to bring all instruments out of the black but at the same time there is no obstruction and each instrument is placed with razor sharp precision, cymbals sound very natural and shimmering too, no complaints. Bravo ASG-2, you earn the highest marks here.

 

11.             Strangers In The Night (Peter Hughes Orchestra)            2:31

Frank there are Strangers In The Night, can you do something about them? Brilliant orchestral interpret of immaculate song, my head motions together with music. You know what, ASG-2 motions surprisingly well too. Apart from violins and lower bass extension there is nothing to be critical off, I love the sound and give very good marks here, just not best but pretty close.

 

12.             Blame It On My Youth (Brad Mehldau)            6:17

 And blame it on my youth, ah… perhaps I am not that young anymore but I feel young still. Great piano composition, great implementation and great conveying on part of ASG-2. I risk sounding like a broken record but ASG-2 is born for vocals and small chamber acoustic, if only contrabass bass errrs a bit on lower  bass but otherwise excellent result. ASG-2 you earn the highest marks here.

 

Do I need to place a sort of conclusion? Ok, I will and this conclusion is as follows:

 

ASG2 is very fine and capable IEM which is able to handle most music genres with ease and grace. More good news is ASG-2 is one of most natural and rich sounding IEMs which offers unparallel musicality and amazingly accurate tonality for the most. It will shine with small acoustic and chamber music, pop music never sounded so good. ASG-2 excels in PRAT and will create a believable stage out of velvetly black background. What you must remember is ASG-2 will not throw in huge stage, rather it will concentrate on nitpicking music details and sound within a narrower but still very believable and natural stage. I would consider this to be a strength comparing to some IEMs where stage imposed on music was faulty no matter how big. However, ASG-2 will struggle with complex symphonic music, church organ and alike. One small addition, ASG-2 should not have a problem on smaller classical music presentations but complex orchestral works will not please ASG-2.

 

I believe ASG-2 will appeal to all music lovers and high-end connoisseurs … except for classical music listeners preferring complex musical works and orchestra works where ASG-2 will struggle a bit. Taking into account ASG-2 price I believe this is a steal.


Edited by Gintaras - 8/17/13 at 3:43am
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ah.... i feel emptied after this audition, my poor ears... i feel like ... like this: rolleyes.gif

 

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That has to be the longest, most thorough, most exhausting, torturing and one of the most enjoyable reviews I've read. Bravo! A standing ovation for you. Now let poor ASG-2 rest for a bit (s)he/they deserve it.
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Thread Starter 

Um, so I went to add Gintaras' latest ASG-2 diary entry to the main post...and the catalog that I put together has vanished. It's gone back to how it was in June. 

 

I really hope it's a temporary server hiccup

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ops........ Eke, that's weird. damn software glitches. i experienced sometimes something weird too when typing message on my Mac the page suddenly blinks and reverts back to the start eliminating all type i did ... so i have to do it again. looks like some problem of this site.

 

MoonYeol, thanks, truth to be told it was really exhausting for me too.


Edited by Gintaras - 8/17/13 at 6:02am
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ops........ Eke, that's weird. damn software glitches. i experienced sometimes something weird too when typing message on my Mac the page suddenly blinks and reverts back to the start eliminating all type i did ... so i have to do it again. looks like some problem of this site.

 

 

 

Yeah...I'm not going through nearly 3,000 posts again.

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Eke, what i meant perhaps admin can look into the issue and try bring it back?
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Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post

ops........ Eke, that's weird. damn software glitches. i experienced sometimes something weird too when typing message on my Mac the page suddenly blinks and reverts back to the start eliminating all type i did ... so i have to do it again. looks like some problem of this site.

 

 

 

Yeah...I'm not going through nearly 3,000 posts again.


Good news is that I can still see it if you want I'll just quote that post just in case. And I was going to give my impressions, but am now self conscious because I don't think I can compete with gin here...
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Introduction

 

 

 

The ASG-2 is Aurisonics' second (official) foray into the world of iems. The guys over at Aurisonics cater primarily to the music professional crowd, and their products are generally tuned for stage use. Their original ASG-1 was a perfect example of this, with its ability to present vocals in a way that made it seem as if the notes were rolling off your own tongue. The ASG-1's various revisions were good in their own right, but they always seemed to lack something...treble. As I noted in my review, the treble was very refined and timbre was spot on, but there was hardly any of it there. I, along with a few other owners, took to EQ to raise the levels. With that done, the ASG-1.2 quickly became my favorite IEM. You can read more in-depth here: http://www.head-fi.org/t/604547/review-aurisonics-asg-1-diamond-in-the-rough-rev-1-2-update-added

 

Not long after the release of the ASG-1, Dale, CEO of Aurisonics, listened to his customer base. He began working on "the prototype". In our emails, we discussed how he was going about getting better treble out of the drivers without skewing the Aurisonics house sound. At one point in the development of the ASG-2, Dale considered using a dual dynamic driver setup to achieve the desired sound...the original 15mm full range dynamic, plus a smaller 7mm "tweeter" that compliments the highs. See, Dale had an aversion to balanced armature drivers of any sort. In his mind, they all lacked the realism that dynamics could present. After months of tweaking, he finally stumbled upon a balanced armature that he fell in love with. It definitely wasn't your average TWFK, but a different beast altogether. Thus, the final design of the AS-2 series began to take shape. 

 

The ASG-2 employs a newly designed 15mm full range dynamic driver, along with Dale's customized dual balanced armatures acting as treble tweeters to complement the dynamic driver. One thing of note here is that this design avoids crossovers, removing unnecessary complications. These BAs are tuned in a way that organically blends with the sound. They simply never sound out of place, and avoid the usual timbre issues that some BAs can exhibit. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Miscellaneous

 

 

The ASG-2 ships in a fantastic otterbox case, along with several pairs of tips, a warranty card, the bass port adjustment tool (if you have the bass port edition), and a wax remover.

 

 

 

    

 

 

I have to compliment Aurisonics on their tip selection. The material is of very good quality, and I doubt anyone will have trouble finding a pair that will seal. Another thing to note is that the otterbox cases no longer require divine intervention to open. I had to go on a 12 week weight lifting regimen in order to build up the strength to open and close the ASG-1 box without issue.

 

 

One MAJOR thing that should be mentioned is the slight revision in the shell of the iem that can make a work of a difference. Owners of the ASG-1 will remember this little bump...

 

 

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That little thing was the bane of small ears everywhere. Well, I'm happy to announce that this is almost completely gone. The ASG-2 (and ASG-1.3) shells now fit like a glove for most ears, without that painful extrusion. Build Quality is also great. There are few iems that feel more solid than the ASG-2. I imagine this set lasting or years to come.

 

Now, on to the....

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sound

 

 

 

 

Test tracks:

 

Rises in the East - Kayla scintilla

Hide and Seek - Imogen Heap
Circle of Life - The Lion King 
Toxicity - System of a Down
Flapper Girl - The Lumineers
Better Off Alone - Alice Deejay
Holland Road - Mumford and Sons
Oh Marcello - Regina Spektor
 
Sources: Clip+, iPhone 4, FPE desktop amp, and Sabre DAC.
 

 

 

 

 

The ASG-2 is (almost) exactly what I wanted from a ASG-1 upgrade. The major upgrade comes where it was needed most...the treble. Whereas the ASG-1.2 was overly dark, the ASG-2 improves on this significantly by simply boosting the treble levels to audible levels. As simple as this sounds, the improvement this brings has to be heard to be believed. The entire sound signature gets a facelift. Everything is more dynamic, mids are more life-like, and the bass becomes (even) more textured. Make no mistake though, this is still the Aurisonics house sound. The midrange is the star of the show here, and it's a damn good one too...more on that later. Luckily, Aurisonics didn't go overboard with the treble. While it is very present and rich, it's never glaring unless in an especially harsh recording. It is always there, but never obtrusive, and is the perfect compliment to the mids and bass.

 

Another significant difference from the ASG-1 is the bass emphasis. Whereas the ASG-1.2 was a sub-bass monster, the ASG-2 leans more toward mid-bass impact. With the bass port closed the low end is tight, very impactful, and exquisitely textured. It lends warmth to the sound without ever encroaching on the mids. However, the bass can take on a life of its own as you open the bass port. It can range from "In da club", all the way to "SOMEONE PLEASE, FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, STOP THAT MADMAN!!" levels of impact and bloom. I personally keep the port closed so as to avoid waking that beast from its slumber. The mid-bass is almost too much for me, even with the port closed. I like bass, but I prefer it to remain below 60 hz as much as possible. It will definitely be too much for some.

 

The midrange is simply where it's at. It's forward, articulate, refined, and oh so resolving. It's the second best mid-range I've heard, snapping on the heels of the Sennheiser IE800, an iem twice the (base) ASG-2's price. It's actually more dynamic than the IE800, but lacks that air of effortlessness that the IE800's midrange gives off. However, I don't think performers will be looking for effortlessness when they're belting their lungs out on stage. One thing that amazes me about the mids is how they never seem to be obstructed, no matter how much the bass snarls. Vocals always dance above the mix. Vocal separation here is just amazing. I used Imogen Heap's Hide and Seek to test this. She sings the track in several different harmonies, which are then blended together. I could zero in on any particular harmony I wanted with the ASG-2, and the vocal timbre was spot-on. Same goes for Regina Spektor's voice.

 

 

Soundstage size is very much above average, and is only prevented from being "massive" by the forward vocals and upper bass. The imaging is simply spectacular though, and sound cues can be located anywhere in the sound field. Instrument separation is good throughout the range, but kicks into high gear in the midrange. It's not a hyper-realistic kind of sound, but there's no muddying of instruments here.

 

 

Quick story, I went to a seafood bar in my town on Friday after picking up the ASG-2. There were some live performers there, so I let the lead vocalist (coming from UE11 Pros) borrow my pair for a set or two. Just as the band struck up the first song, he stumbled over the first few words in the song with the most priceless look on his face. When he finally returned the ASG-2, he begged me for Aurisoncs' phone number. I just thought that was a testament to the sound that Dale has created.

 

 

 

 

Altogether, the ASG-2 is oh so nearly my ideal signature. I only wish the bass energy could be moved further down into the sub-bass. Not that it negatively affects the sound, but the impact is a bit more than my ideal. The impact is fine at lower volumes, but can be slightly problematic at higher volumes. Then again, this is coming from someone who prefers the GR07 MKII over the GR07 Bass Edition. As a sort of post script, I should also mention how great the ASG-2 is with classical music genres. Operas, Concertos, and Chamber Music all sound sublime. I've been getting more into classical the deeper I go in my didactic studies, and I'm finding the ASG-2 to be the perfect companion.

 

 

 

Thanks for reading.

 

 

 

 


EDIT 6/15

 

I'm keeping an index of all ASG-2/AS-2 impressions and comparisons posted in this thread. I'll try to keep it updated as much as possible.

 

 

 

Vwinter:

 

 

*http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/1950#post_9644593*

 

 

 

Flysweep:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/45#post_9458027

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/60#post_9458505

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/60#post_9458747

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/1140#post_9582560

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/1260#post_9599996

 

 

Gnarlsagan:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/90#post_9461420

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/720#post_9531191

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/765#post_9532059

 

 

SoundFreaq:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/390#post_9504321

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/420#post_9506756

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/465#post_9511701

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/480#post_9512133

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/615#post_9519819

 

 

 

Eke2k6:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/405#post_9504463

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/1140#post_9581238

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/1815#post_9636455

 

 

Eugguy:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/420#post_9505119

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/420#post_9505122

 

 

Vocalist:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/630#post_9520576

 

 

Cn11:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/720#post_9531086

 

 

 

Nukeshock:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/1320#post_9609558

 

 

Audionewbi:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/1515#post_9617458

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/1575#post_9620254

 

 

Dnullify:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/1545#post_9618173

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-sui-rdb-2v1/2010#post_9648453

 

 

Shotgunshane:

 

*http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-rdb-2v1/1785#post_9632772*

 

 

UnityIsPower:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-sui-rdb-2v1/1995#post_9647888

 

 

Kkcc:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-sui-rdb-2v1/2010#post_9648525

 

 

Mini0510:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-sui-rdb-2v1/2070#post_9662343

 

 

 

Rin:

 

http://rinchoi.blogspot.com/2013/07/aurisonics-asg-2.html

 

 

psion84:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-sui-rdb-2v1/2325#post_9668944

 

 

Soundbear:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-sui-rdb-2v1/2565#post_9693501

 

 

James444:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-sui-rdb-2v1/2625#post_9702588

 

 

DannyBai (other iems in the thread, not ASG-2):

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-sui-rdb-2v1/2625#post_9704103

 

 

Gintaras' Ramblings smily_headphones1.gif :

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-sui-rdb-2v1/2640#post_9705697

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-sui-rdb-2v1/2640#post_9705779

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-sui-rdb-2v1/2640#post_9705876

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-sui-rdb-2v1/2715#post_9711376

http://www.head-fi.org/t/664613/review-aurisonics-asg-2-plus-sd3-1plus2-tg334-senn-ie800-flat-4-sui-rdb-2v1/2715#post_9711389


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