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post #4186 of 4775
That looks great smily_headphones1.gif
post #4187 of 4775
Looks industrial and dirty. Cool.
post #4188 of 4775
Is Aurisonics going to launch something new today? Came across it on their FB page.

Credits to Aurisonics FB page:
post #4189 of 4775
Looks like it. I saw that too
post #4190 of 4775
That must be some kind of prototype unless Dale's eschewed the anatomical form factor of the G series
post #4191 of 4775

ASG 2, revision 2?

post #4192 of 4775

would be nice if it was the rev 2... looks like some sorta new product though O.o

post #4193 of 4775
Ya. It looks like a new product with non removable cable.
post #4194 of 4775

we'll just have to wait and see what happens... damn this weather...

 

:popcorn:

post #4195 of 4775
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Originally Posted by Eugguy View Post

ASG 2, revision 2?

Nah different wink.gif
post #4196 of 4775

actually... it looks kinda like the tip of the asg-2...and its pointing at something special there...

 

but then the driver looks diff... but then maybe its just the xray scanning thru the drivers?

 

the fact that there are arrows specifically pointing at something makes me feel like its a revision... even though it doesnt look like one

post #4197 of 4775
Weird phenomenon as I was listening to the asg2 last night and I heard sibilance. I've been using it pretty frequently and never heard it before.
post #4198 of 4775
Has a lot to do with volume and track. But I found it to be quite sensitive to sibilant tracks. Possibly my ear canals that are just too damn long.
post #4199 of 4775
There are a LOT of reviews. A lot of information in general. Use the search function. Yes there has been a lot of banter. But as far as I'm concerned, tips are important. The ASG-2 have a very unique signature. I want to read every possible tip I can get to make them sound the way I want. And there are lots of comparisons. Just because the thread is about the ASG-2 doesn't mean we can't talk about other iems. We/I want to know what the ASG-2 is a complement to, an upgrade to or a stepping stone to. I want to know what sources are good. I want to know what other people think about tips, cables, amps, music that sounds good. Because many of us (not me included) have read pretty much everything there is to read about them. Then there's bound to be some degree of derailing.

If you have a question; search. If you can't find any answer; ask. Easy as that. But I understand your frustration if you wanted to read 100 pages of condensated information.
post #4200 of 4775
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Originally Posted by MoonYeol View Post

There are a LOT of reviews. A lot of information in general. Use the search function. Yes there has been a lot of banter. But as far as I'm concerned, tips are important. The ASG-2 have a very unique signature. I want to read every possible tip I can get to make them sound the way I want. And there are lots of comparisons. Just because the thread is about the ASG-2 doesn't mean we can't talk about other iems. We/I want to know what the ASG-2 is a complement to, an upgrade to or a stepping stone to. I want to know what sources are good. I want to know what other people think about tips, cables, amps, music that sounds good. Because many of us (not me included) have read pretty much everything there is to read about them. Then there's bound to be some degree of derailing.

If you have a question; search. If you can't find any answer; ask. Easy as that. But I understand your frustration if you wanted to read 100 pages of condensated information.

 

I've never once read any thread, other than a deal thread, that was completely dense with information after it reached a certain size. It is something about Head-fi that lends to going off topic...

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