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post #316 of 765

This review alone has convinced me to buy the StageDriver 3. 

 

I just have to scrape together some money, now :P 

 

Thanks for taking the time to write it! :) 

post #317 of 765
I am also being convinced to save money for this! Looks very interesting from the reviews and comment.
post #318 of 765
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Originally Posted by Sinth View Post

Not sure what you are using now but stick them in the drawer, nice one mate. What I will say is, listen to them initially to get your head around the space and then burn them for 30ish hours. Listen as you go if you like and you will hear the whole sound gel around the 30 hour mark.

 

I'm using at the moment a Sennheiser IE-80 with silvercable and a Sony XBA-4, two bassy IEM with good soundstage and I have also a UE TF10 and a RE0.


Edited by Migou67 - 7/13/13 at 1:26am
post #319 of 765
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Originally Posted by Winter Charm View Post

This review alone has convinced me to buy the StageDriver 3. 

 

I just have to scrape together some money, now :P 

 

Thanks for taking the time to write it! :) 

Thanks very much. You won`t be disappointed with the Stage Diver 3 ;-)

post #320 of 765
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Originally Posted by Migou67 View Post

 

I'm using at the moment a Sennheiser IE-80 with silvercable and a Sony XBA-4, two bassy IEM with good soundstage and I have also a UE TF10 and a RE0.

Ahh ok. Glad you already have a perception of bass and soundstage already. This makes it fun ;-)

post #321 of 765

My choice is not innocent ;) Hope I receive it next week ! Ordered at Thomann ...

post #322 of 765
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My choice is not innocent ;) Hope I receive it next week ! Ordered at Thomann ...

Good stuff, should be pretty quick. Mine came via GLS/Parcelforce(UK) and was 48 hours direct from InEar.

post #323 of 765
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Originally Posted by Sinth View Post

Ahh ok. Glad you already have a perception of bass and soundstage already. This makes it fun ;-)

 

yeah, promising, pretty sure that the sd3 won't disappoint him.

post #324 of 765
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Not unless he has the ASG2 under his pillow ;-)

post #325 of 765
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yeah, promising, pretty sure that the sd3 won't disappoint him.

Yeah.... And if they do then you can blame the buyer's ears :;-)

The problem is we all have ears and like we are different so are our ears... So unless Eke can borrow your ears and you his ears there will be no agreement... but this does not excuse a good product from being good since not only you but a handful of people purchased both SD3 and ASG2, so this hobby is more into what kind of sig and music you pursue rather than about bads and good... If any of them would be trash i am sure you both would have said so.
Edited by Gintaras - 7/14/13 at 10:24am
post #326 of 765
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Not unless he has the ASG2 under his pillow ;-)

 

I have read all reviews and threads for the ASG-2 and ASG1.2, I also read the SD3 review from Utralzino and impression from Mimouille in a french site (Tellemennomade) and here.
 
I have a good feeling that the SD3 meet my tast, audio is a very personal think, music is interacting directly with your brain ^^
 
Any way from Swistzerland the ASG-2 is much more expensive for me, the customs tax and the shipping cost are sadly more expensive from USA.
 
I only hope they are an update for my IE-80 and XBA-4 that I enjoy already very well.
 
Next week the response for me :)
post #327 of 765
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Just read it, he does say beware of enthusiasts reviews which means don`t believe a word of anyone in my book ;-)

 

Excellent. May scare you at first depending on the signatures of what you list (never heard either) but pretty sure you will love them the more you listen/brain burn.


Edited by Sinth - 7/14/13 at 11:44am
post #328 of 765
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Originally Posted by Sinth View Post

Not sure what you are using now but stick them in the drawer, nice one mate. What I will say is, listen to them initially to get your head around the space and then burn them for 30ish hours. Listen as you go if you like and you will hear the whole sound gel around the 30 hour mark.

 

Chesky are amazing with sound experiences. Get hold of "Phrases" and the virtual barbershop. Listen to them both with something else first, then be stunned with the SD3. Enjoy.

Thanks for the tip Sinth - I got hold of both of these and "Phrases" is indeed mind-blowing with the SD3s. The soundstage is far more 3 dimensional then my IE80 or SM64 - my previous reference.

post #329 of 765
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Clever stuff the ye olde binaural recordings, well to me anyway. I didnt sleep for weeks when that freak whispered in my ear.
post #330 of 765
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Thanks very much. You won`t be disappointed with the Stage Diver 3 ;-)

I blame autocorrect! ;)

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