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Originally Posted by Shawn71 View Post


there you go.......I was about to shoot you the same quetion. Hmmm.biggrin.gif i gotta a company.

 

Yeah, only thing saying VSD3S  is a sticker on the front of the package.

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Originally Posted by squallkiercosa View Post
 

I never understood the general praise of the se215. The sound is sub-pair IMO but I'm happy to see other models with the same design coming out with attractive price-points. IF the vsd3s deliver half of what they offer, it will be worth it (je pense aussi que ça vaudra le coup)

Try separating the cable from the unit first of all, then try cleaning the internal part of both connectors with alcohol, sometimes plastic residues stay during the manufacturing process inside. Let it dry

 

BTW: Too bad it was you, there are always a few defective units...  

Me neither. I got them due to the form factor at the time. I also only paid $50 for them IIRC.

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Originally Posted by ZapX629 View Post
 

So, apparently LMUE made a mistake and my VSD3S has already started its journey to the States. Status says dispatched to over seas :D. Hopefully it doesn't take too long to arrive.

Nice mistake :beerchug: 

post #1337 of 4929
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Originally Posted by ZapX629 View Post
 

So, apparently LMUE made a mistake and my VSD3S has already started its journey to the States. Status says dispatched to over seas :D. Hopefully it doesn't take too long to arrive.

They didn't make the same mistake with me.  Mine still says "pending". :(

post #1338 of 4929
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Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
 

I've only got the SE215 and they don't compare :tongue:

Don't compare like...

 

SE215 >>>>> VSD3S

or

VSD3S >>>> SE215

post #1339 of 4929
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Originally Posted by altrunox View Post
 

Don't compare like...

 

SE215 >>>>> VSD3S

or

VSD3S >>>> SE215

Take a gues :D

 

 

 

 

The VSD3S are way more enjoyable to me.

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Hey guys, im thinking about getting these or the havi b3's and i want to know one thing, will these phones sound good from an ordinary source like a smartphone or a laptop or do i have to get an amp/dac to really feel the difference between these and other cheaper earpods ?

post #1341 of 4929
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Originally Posted by Martynas View Post
 

Hey guys, im thinking about getting these or the havi b3's and i want to know one thing, will these phones sound good from an ordinary source like a smartphone or a laptop or do i have to get an amp/dac to really feel the difference between these and other cheaper earpods ?

I was told that the Havi b3's needs an amp to be at its full potential.

post #1342 of 4929
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Originally Posted by SyedZ2ez4 View Post
 

I was told that the Havi b3's needs an amp to be at its full potential.

 

Not really, ,my iphone4s on max volume is just below listening level. My Sansa Clip can get them to ear piercing volume levels.

post #1343 of 4929
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Originally Posted by SyedZ2ez4 View Post
 

I was told that the Havi b3's needs an amp to be at its full potential.

Yes they do.

 

The VSD3S are very easy to power.

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havi ...better to have a dac plus an amp...very very enjoyable..esp if u like classicals...soundtracks.

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Yes obviously ! They also need 200days of burn-in with pinknoise and log sine waves.

 

... :rolleyes:

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My apologies to everyone but IEMs in general are quite efficient and only a few really benefit from amplification however, the sound may vary depending on the source and their internal outputs and parameters. Try saving the money for future headphones instead.  

I found the sound from an iphone 4s to be more melodic and agreable than many amps and other phones (YMMV)

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Originally Posted by Samehada View Post
 

Yes obviously ! They also need 200days of burn-in with pinknoise and log sine waves.

 

... :rolleyes:

 

 

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Originally Posted by squallkiercosa View Post
 

My apologies to everyone but IEMs in general are quite efficient and only a few really benefit from amplification however, the sound may vary depending on the source and their internal outputs and parameters. Try saving the money for future headphones instead.  

I found the sound from an iphone 4s to be more melodic and agreable than many amps and other phones (YMMV)

I have somwhere around 40+ IEM's and the only one needing a powerfull amp to really shine is the B3. I'm not telling people that they need an amp for it to sound it's best just to be an a*****e,  I'm saying it to save people from being dissapointed and spending money on something that doens't soud as good as they read about. (YMMV)

 

Edit: I would also like to add that I also find the need for powerfull amps to be highly exaggerated in general but sometimes experience wirth the equipment in question is better than generalisation.


Edited by peter123 - 6/27/14 at 10:02am
post #1348 of 4929
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Originally Posted by peter123 View Post

Inquisition? wink.gif

I just what to make clear that the KC06 are damn good for $60 but for my preference they don't satisfy nearly as much as the B3, Tenores, AX-35 and VSD3S. YMMV!

 

Lol! No worries mate, but thanks for the clarification. Everything written on head-fi is just opinion... which is all fine and dandy - when it's the same opinion as mine! :smile:

post #1349 of 4929
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Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
 

I have somwhere around 40+ IEM's and the only one needing a powerfull amp to really shine is the B3. I'm not telling people that they need an amp for it to sound it's best just to be an a*****e,  I'm saying it to save people from being dissapointed and spending money on something that doens't soud as good as they read about. (YMMV)

 

Edit: I would also like to add that I also find the need for powerfull amps to be highly exaggerated in general but sometimes experience wirth the equipment in question is better than generalisation.

 

I say just be done with it and get the C3/BH combo and make all of your iems sound fantastic! :D 

 

Edit: in spite of the fact that the C3 is a functional dinosaur!


Edited by waynes world - 6/27/14 at 10:19am
post #1350 of 4929
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Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
 

 

 

I have somwhere around 40+ IEM's and the only one needing a powerfull amp to really shine is the B3. I'm not telling people that they need an amp for it to sound it's best just to be an a*****e,  I'm saying it to save people from being dissapointed and spending money on something that doens't soud as good as they read about. (YMMV)

 

Edit: I would also like to add that I also find the need for powerfull amps to be highly exaggerated in general but sometimes experience wirth the equipment in question is better than generalisation.

Soryy about the outburst. This thread was the third I visited in 10 minutes very people make a lot of assumptions on stuff that they don't own or haven't even heard. I guess I'm haveing a bad hairday.

 

PEACE!

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