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Poll Results: Which one would you order??

 
  • 70% (131)
    Carbo Tenore
  • 29% (56)
    Carbo Basso
187 Total Votes  
post #1216 of 4283

Yeah, here on the last page. :beyersmile:

post #1217 of 4283
Just joined the dx-200 group 😁😎...$63.30😋
post #1218 of 4283
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Just joined the dx-200 group 😁😎...$63.30😋

Welcome mochill. The dx-200 club will be 100% mo' chill now lol. We expect big things.
post #1219 of 4283
If hype is deserved , I will hype it up like Cray cray😁....i expect huge things from these😎
post #1220 of 4283
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Originally Posted by Inks View Post






Tenore graphs like ER4S with more bass and more treble extension. The site also showed it had very low distortion and aligned polarity.

 

Does anyone have this exact graph with the raw target curve?

post #1221 of 4283

Not sure if this has been done, but I overlaid the er4s and dx200 graphs to see the differences easier.

 

post #1222 of 4283
Nice though the Tenore would go over 20k, that's just the limit of the simulator
post #1223 of 4283
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Nice though the Tenore would go over 20k, that's just the limit of the simulator

 

That's awesome. My hearing goes just up into the 20k at best, but subdued there. I can "easily" hear up to about 18khz then it drops off steeply to about 19.8khz or so. I wonder if I'll hear that there is high treble in the tenore? Can anyone compare this to the re400? As I'm currently using that I'd be curious of the differences.

post #1224 of 4283
It's more about feel than hearing once you get to such high frequencies. RE400s sound bland in comparison IMO. Tenore extends better at both ends and doesn't sound overly conservative as the RE400 can
post #1225 of 4283
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It's more about feel than hearing once you get to such high frequencies. RE400s sound bland in comparison IMO. Tenore extends better at both ends and doesn't sound overly conservative as the RE400 can
Excellent. I love the re400, but it is a bit unoffensive, at the cost of accuracy, but i feel the mh1 is somewhat similar on that regard. Can't wait to hear it!
post #1226 of 4283
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Originally Posted by avlad View Post

 

Yeah, here on the last page. :beyersmile:

Thanks, I had read that but its with bass edition.

post #1227 of 4283
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Originally Posted by luisdent View Post
 

Not sure if this has been done, but I overlaid the er4s and dx200 graphs to see the differences easier.

 

Thanks.  Didn't know ER4 starts to roll off around 10k like any other BA.  DX200 has better treble extension at higher dB and bass.  Strictly interms of the graphs, DX200 looks to perform better.


Edited by SilverEars - 5/11/14 at 1:18am
post #1228 of 4283
So feed me more hype...everyone with your high end gears vs the awesome tenore as everyone say it is...i will have mine next week and also my ocharaku flat 4 sui😎
post #1229 of 4283
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Originally Posted by SilverEars View Post
 

Thanks.  Didn't know ER4 starts to roll off around 10k like any other BA.  DX200 has better treble extension at higher dB and bass.  Strictly interms of the graphs, DX200 looks to perform better.

Also, a distortion graph would be helpful to determine how well they perform although I've noticed sonic favoritism doesn't correlate to distortion graphs, but it's good to get a general idea.  


Edited by SilverEars - 5/11/14 at 1:30am
post #1230 of 4283
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Originally Posted by luisdent View Post

Not sure if this has been done, but I overlaid the er4s and dx200 graphs to see the differences easier.



Wow, I exchange a nice convo with a fellow head-fi'er and mention I thought the ER4S's highs sounded a bit muffled. He found that odd and I later concluded the placement of the spike probably just took away from the rest of the high end, causing me to focus inadvertently on the vocals when I wanted to hear the cymbals. These guys sounded smooth at the top like the ety's but I didn't notice the same problem. I'm going to try that same song again with these bad boys and see if it sounds similar but memory's a bad little muffin.

Inks, could the placement of that lift cause me to percieve the highs as a touch muffled? Kind of like a mid bass lift could cause you to hear the lows as muddy? Or take away from the sub bass? Would the Tenores better extension help aleviate this?

The low end... Looks good. I think G talked about upping the lows on the ER4S with EQ at times and it doesn't look like a extreme difference, he got a good deal.
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