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post #151 of 765
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Originally Posted by Sinth View Post

The cable is top notch imo and is also made by InEar. Their website states the cable is silver interwoven with cotton and I would be surprised if a different cable made a huge difference to the stock.

freaking, that sounds damn good for the package price.

post #152 of 765

It is an excellent cable, but you know, different is always better around here. So I would not be surprised if an overpriced poor quality cable with increased impedance will "improve the sound." ;)

post #153 of 765
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Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post

freaking, that sounds damn good for the package price.

It is actually interwoven with nylon but the same principle.

 

Ultrazino, lol quite possibly.

post #154 of 765
Glad to see that some of you share the love for the sd3, sinth you are right, the sd3 sounds best at higher volumes, kinda 14-16 on old sony mp3 players, or 16 on the e575b...that's somewhere around 90dB, try it and you will understand why the treble is there, but gentle, they are built to be driven at higher volumes.(staaaaaaaagediver, rite?)

Captain obvious was here.
post #155 of 765
Liking the sd3 sound and build, I am taking an interest in their future plans and also custom iems. The sd4 is not for a while but there is the LivePro 4. However the latter will be revamped in parallel to the sd4 being developed...exciting.!
post #156 of 765

I have read how the old LP4 sounded like, it seems that the SD3 is a refined LP4 already! so where to go with the new LP4? the only way that really make sense is a stage 3/UERM like Monitor-Sound, why should they release just another beast like the SD3? That would be boring and predictable...and hell, I wouldn't pay 500 Bucks just for a slighty better version of mine, I would pimp my SD3 instead(EQ, try other eartips, other DACs)


Edited by Nestroit - 7/3/13 at 12:17pm
post #157 of 765

musicday, why are you selling yours so fast?

post #158 of 765
Thread Starter 

In reference to my June 26th tip update, I have settled with the Tsx400 large tip. Unlike the silicone, it doesn`t let any air out whereas I was getting tip flex in my right ear. I thought the foam tip negated the bass but in reality not by much now that I have listened to about 8 hours.

Super comfy also.

The audio delivery for complex music (i.e Noisia) is just amazing, seriously. I liked bass before but adore it now, phew.

post #159 of 765
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Originally Posted by MDCLXVI View Post

Thanks, I'm very much looking forward to them smily_headphones1.gif

You're right.. looking at the Thomann site now I can see the price has already gone up to EUR 469 / £402.78 for anyone who hasn't yet ordered.

why would not you order direct from producer instead of paying Thomann who is not best price dealer?
post #160 of 765
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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post

musicday, why are you selling yours so fast?
To buy a can.

Some crazy peeps around here, I don't get it...what's the point of ordering an outstanding in-ear from germany just to sell them the next day?
post #161 of 765
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Originally Posted by Nestroit View Post


To buy a can.

Some crazy peeps around here, I don't get it...what's the point of ordering an outstanding in-ear from germany just to sell them the next day?

 

I think to keep things legitimate, can new owners post an image of their SD3? I reached for my camera straight away due to the workmanship of the SD3.

It will save questions like this.

post #162 of 765
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Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post


why would not you order direct from producer instead of paying Thomann who is not best price dealer?

 

Convenience I guess.. I couldn't see a direct link on the official website to order. I wasn't expecting it to be in stock until 26th July, so when I saw it was available on Thomann I just had to order it straight away.

post #163 of 765
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Originally Posted by MDCLXVI View Post

Convenience I guess.. I couldn't see a direct link on the official website to order. I wasn't expecting it to be in stock until 26th July, so when I saw it was available on Thomann I just had to order it straight away.

how much you paid if not a secret?
post #164 of 765
He was so enthusiastic in his review, makes it odd. And if you count the pros and cons, the 'should I or should I not order them' it has to leave you asking him to explain it...curiosity, ya know.
post #165 of 765
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Originally Posted by Nestroit View Post

He was so enthusiastic in his review, makes it odd. And if you count the pros and cons, the 'should I or should I not order them' it has to leave you asking him to explain it...curiosity, ya know.

 

How about "I never had them in the first place? The reason I said post your SD3`s. You better be good at Photoshop under X mag.

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