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At least for the money the SD2 seem to be like the best universal IEM, now we shall see/hear ha ha.

 

If that's what you base your purchases on, then you'll be sorely disappointed in this hobby. There is no universally "best" iem or headphone at any price point, only preferences when you pass a technical threshold.

Best for me -at least-and from what I've read and regarding my previous IEM's, so I know what I am talking about..

post #92 of 767
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For Thomann customers, stock doesn`t seem to be due for the SD2 and SD3 until:

shipment due to arrive on 26.07.2013

post #93 of 767
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Thanks Mimouille.   I find the 5.0 has plenty of bass as it is so that may write the SD3 off.   Lets see where the SD4 ends up.  3D presentation is good, but is it defined?  I noticed some IEMs had more 3d space but it sounded like the instruments were drifting in air rather than having a specific place.


Seems ok to me, but cannot answer precisely as I loaned them at the moment.

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Sinth, i suppose SD maker sells them directly too? Thomann often has out of stock items and wait can take long.

post #95 of 767
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I have been informed there is a 4 week waiting time due to demand. If somewhere has any snap them up.

Edit. Yes I purchased mine direct.
Edited by Sinth - 6/25/13 at 2:04am
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I have been informed there is a 4 week waiting time due to demand. If somewhere has any snap them up.

Edit. Yes I purchased mine direct.

Direct from Germany? Store?

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musicday, i suppose so direct from maker.
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Thanks Gintaras. Sheesh here sometimes.
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musicday, i suppose so direct from maker.


Yes I also purchased mine direct from the maker.

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Direct from Germany? Store?

Drop them an email. The email address is somewhere in their website
They will reply with the price and shipping charge
Edited by akhyar - 6/26/13 at 9:59pm
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Found a very friendly website with a friendly professional people and free shipping to UK.
In stock. In 3 weeks.
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Found a very friendly website with a friendly professional people and free shipping to UK.
In stock. In 3 weeks.

report back your impressions when you get them pls wink_face.gif

sounds like SD3 train is taking off? tongue.gif

post #103 of 767
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Originally Posted by musicday View Post

Found a very friendly website with a friendly professional people and free shipping to UK.
In stock. In 3 weeks.

report back your impressions when you get them pls wink_face.gif

sounds like SD3 train is taking off? tongue.gif

Yeah, will do lol.

Seem that SD3 now only sound good for the money but the build quality seem to be on pair with CIEM, like anything else made in Germany.

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Waiting for them to invoice me. I cant wait to plug thm in my ears!
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Waiting for them to invoice me. I cant wait to plug thm in my ears!

Good for u bro...
Any chance I can have a quick listen to your new IEM? 'wink' 'wink' tongue.gif
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