Originally Posted by Shawn71
Well, to me, I will just split up/break down my investments into buying more IEMs(ofcourse the better ones) than buying just one single IEM as close to a grand. That way im not locked myself for a long time sticking to just one toy but rather buy one by one with enough money saved in my wallet. Also big advantage in doing so is that, while waiting for another new toys,I have sufficient time to make over the $$$ and trying different tech/brands of IEMs. Now we had witnessed lot of new models in just half past 2014, like AT line-ups,now vsonic and t-peos's $120 triple hybrids,havi,ostry,jvc,nuforce,rha etc. to name few....
One thing Im wondering is that (though its not about vsd3 subject) how bwavz is bold enough to fix their price, times 2 and times 1.5 of vsd3 and vsd5 on a very recently launched model, while vsd3/s released lately and vsd5 is right next door for the release.....considering their market presence and customer base. Just..........
I will tell u why
I have brainwavz m3(now its with my brother,i have asked him to give it back to me)........its a completely different iem to say gr07 mk2.
Its vocals and mids are actually better than gr07 but it lacks in bass and soundstage is well non existent,feels like we are sitting in a 6 foot by 6 foot room.
so i think its not really bad at 80-90$ at all.
My brother just got his vsd1s yesterday and will come visit me today with it,,,,so i will tell u the exact differences between vsd1s and m3.
Then i had sony xba h1 for a while which i returned eventually as they were useless against m3 in mids again.
I have got mh1c too and apart from bass mh1c is just not upto m3 standards.
So all in all i think 80$ is a reasonable price for m3 though i lament i should have got re-400 for 100$ when i had the chance as m3 is not good for hip hop and rap due to weak bass while gr07 /vsd1 are very versatile iem's that are good for any genre