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Nice. How?

 

DIY 2cc coupler and calibrated microphone.  Besides the bass roll off (which is compensated for with the RETC compensation), it's actually quite accurate (in comparison to Rin and Tyll's graphs raw; compensation used is similar to Rin's).


Edited by tinyman392 - 5/30/13 at 10:51am
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DIY 2cc coupler and calibrated microphone.  Besides the bass roll off (which is compensated for with the RETC compensation), it's actually quite accurate.

 

Thanks. :)

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For any of the spec geeks out there,

 

http://www.meelec.com/MEElectronics_M_Duo_Dual_Driver_In_Ear_Headset_p/ep-dd53p-bk-mee.htm

 

Yeah. Thanks. I should put that on the Impressions section.

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wouldn't hurt :P
 

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wouldn't hurt :P
 

 

It's there now. :)

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Yeah. Thanks. I should put that on the Impressions section.

 

Always link to the product page (or page where you go the product, or both)...  I hate it when reviews entirely skip on that in a review.  Makes it a pain to find the product sometimes. 

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Always link to the product page (or page where you go the product, or both)...  I hate it when reviews entirely skip on that in a review.  Makes it a pain to find the product sometimes. 

 

Okay. I'll do that.

 

EDIT: Now it's there. ;)


Edited by Niyologist - 5/30/13 at 11:37am
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I actually measured them...  :p 

 

Is it possible for you to post the FR Chart?

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I actually measured them...  :p 

 

Is it possible for you to post the FR Chart?


I'll post I soon. When I get on the PC again.
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I'll post I soon. When I get on the PC again.

 

Thanks. Your input is greatly appreciated. :)

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As requested, the frequency graph.  The colored ones are the compensated graphs (for Diffuse Field and my bass roll off), the grey is the raw measurement.

 

 

That sudden drump from the 5 kHz region seems to be popular in Dunu's IEMs as well, which gives them a distinct sound, one that these IEMs have as well in the upper vocals.

 

I'll also attach the MEE A161 for comparison to Tyll and Rin's graph as my DIY cheap setup hasn't been verified too much in public yet.  Keep in mind that my system isn't 100% perfect or fool proof.  But it'll give you a good idea about sound.

 


Edited by tinyman392 - 5/30/13 at 12:45pm
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Thanks for the graph, looks very JVCish, tried blocking a vent?

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Thanks for the graph, looks very JVCish, tried blocking a vent?

 

I have not yet.  It does look JVCish now that you say it. I kind of wish the A161s had the extension these had (or the HiFiMan RE400) :p


Edited by tinyman392 - 5/30/13 at 12:54pm
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Thanks for the graph, looks very JVCish, tried blocking a vent?

 

I figured that. It looks similar to the JVC FXT90.

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