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Poll Results: Which one would you order??

 
  • 74% (281)
    Carbo Tenore
  • 25% (98)
    Carbo Basso
379 Total Votes  
post #1786 of 5986
Me too 😢
post #1787 of 5986
Ok. These are legit. Sound great with a loose fit. Pushing them in makes the bass go away. Definitely reference sound. Not sure if I can compare them to the re400, but if memory serves me right, they sound about as good.

Not a fan of the driver flex though. There are some weird sounds as well when I fiddle them in for a more stable fit. Regardless, these sound phenomenal once ur fit and ear tips are situated. I'll test them on the subway with a loose fit tomorrow morning.
post #1788 of 5986
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Originally Posted by audiobot View Post

Ok. These are legit. Sound great with a loose fit. Pushing them in makes the bass go away. Definitely reference sound. Not sure if I can compare them to the re400, but if memory serves me right, they sound about as good.

Not a fan of the driver flex though. There are some weird sounds as well when I fiddle them in for a more stable fit. Regardless, these sound phenomenal once ur fit and ear tips are situated. I'll test them on the subway with a loose fit tomorrow morning.
Breath on the tip, insert them half way in or so on the shallow side, but not loose really, then let the sit for a minute. That helps them pressurize perfectly for me. And wow. Re400, not bad, one of my favorites, but these have more extension up and down, and they are flatter. The re400 are a bit more mid centric if that's the word... They sound great and pull certain details out very well, but these are a step up overall...
Edited by luisdent - 5/21/14 at 8:56pm
post #1789 of 5986
Yea. When I said loose, I meant shallow. I'll take ur advice into consideration. Thanks.
post #1790 of 5986
Can joker review these asap? I feel like these need to shake up that chart much like the re400s did.
post #1791 of 5986
He would say "11/10" lol.

Listen to this
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=02iX82Dm8Ok

The harp and oboe section at 0:50 has incredible 3d sound field and depth. The CD doesn't have any of the artifacts though. It gives me chills.
Edited by luisdent - 5/21/14 at 9:13pm
post #1792 of 5986
Life is rolling nicely 😃
post #1793 of 5986
Lord! I have to say goodbye fellas. Need to enjoy these. Impeccable sound quality mann. Aurisonics will have to bring it with the rockets, especially with the lows I am hearing on these tenores. Can't believe the price I got these for. Night peoples.
post #1794 of 5986
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KfoYh0PZB2o

The whole thing is nice, but the jazzy drums during the piano song sound great on cd at 6:00

And this is an awesome album. This song has great stereo imaging and whatnot:
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=61nR4iHORKI

Same album.. There are days when i just loop this song over and over. Mmmmm
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wLu7tjhb_XA
Edited by luisdent - 5/21/14 at 9:36pm
post #1795 of 5986

Damn.  Thanks to SGS and HiFlight, the Tenore are en route courtesty of amazon.jp/tenso.

post #1796 of 5986
Just pressed the button!!!....smily_headphones1.gif I need to stay away from the forum .. My rents due soon!
post #1797 of 5986

Geek Out 1000 → Tenore.

 

The mids.. my goodness.. just unreal how effortless they can come across.

 

This is a special phone, my friends.

post #1798 of 5986
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Originally Posted by alpha421 View Post

Damn.  Thanks to SGS and HiFlight, the Tenore are en route courtesty of amazon.jp/tenso.

Welcome to the club!
post #1799 of 5986

i am actually new to the concept of "driverflex"....or might have heard it, but didnt connect the sound as a "flex"...

anyone can elaborate more..? 

post #1800 of 5986
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Originally Posted by Lorspeaker View Post

i am actually new to the concept of "driverflex"....or might have heard it, but didnt connect the sound as a "flex"...
anyone can elaborate more..? 

It's the sound that occurs when you first insert the iem into your ear and form a solid, airtight seal. It sounds like aluminum foil crinkling. It also happens sometimes when the iem is repositioned in the ear.
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