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post #76 of 494
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Originally Posted by dleblanc343 View Post


My retailer gave me the option, at the time I figured the 272's were worth keeping. But I then realized I don't need too many iems lol


REBEL!

 

What if someday you're exposed to radiation and grow six more ears?  You'll be regretting your decision then!

post #77 of 494
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Originally Posted by Deviltooth View Post


REBEL!

 

What if someday you're exposed to radiation and grow six more ears?  You'll be regretting your decision then!

3 more RE-600. that's not really a problem...

post #78 of 494
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Originally Posted by Deviltooth View Post


REBEL!

 

What if someday you're exposed to radiation and grow six more ears?  You'll be regretting your decision then!

Well I do have K3003's presently, IE800's on the way, and possibly the SE846 in the future... I have to settle for just two iem's, otherwise idk what will happen to me! Not much of an iem guy so I really need to try them in public/commuting/boarding to get a feel of what's best for me. 

post #79 of 494

I was expecting $200 but at least they are not over-the-ear type.  

post #80 of 494

Want to audition them first. > _ <

post #81 of 494
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Originally Posted by Audio-Omega View Post

I was expecting $200 but at least they are not over-the-ear type.  

Both the RE-400 and 600 can be worn equally well either way, over ear or straight down.
post #82 of 494
I'm glad to see that the RE-600 has, like it's older sibling, gone down the 'purist' balanced grounding route.

I found that running the RE-272 balanced made an already very good set, sound exceptional.
post #83 of 494

Nice. Another IEM I may very well purchase. :D

post #84 of 494

cable and tips are the weak points of RE400

 

hope RE-600 has somewhat improved or replaceable cable + proper tips since it costs 4 times as much as the amazing RE400

post #85 of 494

Really interested in getting these, I've never had a good set of IEMs before. 

post #86 of 494
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Originally Posted by Nulliverse View Post

I'm glad to see that the RE-600 has, like it's older sibling, gone down the 'purist' balanced grounding route.

I found that running the RE-272 balanced made an already very good set, sound exceptional.

oh so true

 

balanced HM801 + Re-272 = blink.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifblink.gif

 

balanced HM801 + Re-262 = blink.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifksc75smile.gifblink.gif

post #87 of 494

Wow finally out. Looking forward to more impressions.

post #88 of 494
RE 600: the IE800 killer we have been waiting for?
post #89 of 494

The IE800 deserves to die?

post #90 of 494

Two very different sound signatures, I would think.

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