My point is the Tenore rolls off at 10K like the Shures with significant dB drop if you look at the scale. The Shures extend also at a much lower dB level like the Tenore. Doesn't mean it maintains the dB level when it extend like the UERM and the NT-6 I posted. Also, the Tenore graph is not neutral if you compare with ER4. You guys keep saying it's neutral and it's not, you guys are ignoring the scaling on the left.
I'm done here, there has been too much hype here. I can't believe I bought into this.
I have not ignored scaling and showed you a comparable ER-4 graph with an 846. Instead you post an etymotic marketing sketch of the ER-4. The UERM also drops after 10k on Rin's measurements of a universal version, just half as much. It's fine not to like the iem and post your reasons why but your posts have been nothing but inflammatory 10 minutes after you did an about face on them. Perhaps something much more useful than posting random and unrelated graphs , you could use a tone generator and tell where you hear dips and peak and if they sound mild, broad or big to your ears. That's my main tool when developing eq to fix dips and peaks and fwiw, to my ears, Rin's graphs more accurately match what I hear over most of these others and I certainly didn't hear the Ety nor the Shure very similarly to Headroom's measurements.
Edited by shotgunshane - 5/29/14 at 8:28pm