or Connect
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Portable Headphones, Earphones and In-Ear Monitors › The new IEM of Vsonic VSD 3S ( impression updated by smailbz)
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

The new IEM of Vsonic VSD 3S ( impression updated by smailbz) - Page 111

post #1651 of 4937
Quote:
Originally Posted by esteebin View Post

Will the VSD3 sale show up on LMUE's website? or will it be a special link through facebook?

Could be both,but I prefer to eye on their website,as its bit quick,given the availability and demand this time. Also on a side note,remove if something in ur cart/wishlist,which were added previously......that might slow down ur chances of getting the desired one @ the last secs,unless you buy them all........
post #1652 of 4937

You should be more patient :rolleyes:

 

Anyway, did a quick (apprently some people here disagree with that lol) comparison between vsd3s and mh1:

 

Mh1 is a bit warmer and fuller sounding. VSd3s' bass is tighter and more controlled but still north of neutral. Its mids sound just a bit more laid back than on the mh1 but are less colored and there is better instrument separation. The treble is still a touch hot and splashy at higher volume like the other vsonics but that's kinda of a vsonic trait and for most iems it's hard to really compete with the laid back and smooth mh1's highs if you're more sensitive and that's what you're looking for. Presentation and soundstage-wise is where the vsd3s makes the mh1 look really bad. The vsd3s has darker background with a lot lower noise floor and on top of that is very spacious. The mh1 is very very narrow and in your head and sounds very intimate and kinda congested in comparison. The vsd3s also sounds more accurate and focused overall.

 

edit: I'll get to do some other comparisons the coming days coz it's getting kinda late (or early as the sun will probably rise in half an hour)


Edited by kova4a - 7/3/14 at 6:54pm
post #1653 of 4937

I would love to see a full comparisson o VSD3S vs SHE215 :popcorn:

post #1654 of 4937
Quote:
Originally Posted by CBF- View Post

Too bad about Shure cables not working, there are a couple cheap ones out there. Hopefully those people will get the connectors.

Those prices are cheap for shures,compared to the price of their IEM pricngs, but not for vsd3/s. Sadly :-(
post #1655 of 4937
Quote:
Originally Posted by altrunox View Post
 

I would love to see a full comparisson o VSD3S vs SHE215 :popcorn:

this pls :d

post #1656 of 4937
Quote:
Originally Posted by willy156 View Post

this pls :d
Think someone posted brief comparisons , on a hi-level and said 215 is behind.....anyway its an out dated model and were well received when launched,not bad at that time.
post #1657 of 4937

I don't know what the official definition of hype is, but it should include some reference to number of posts per day on a thread. To (edit: too) many to keep up with. Someone should post a day-end summary. "Lots of talk about switchable cables, debate about their highs, remarks about their general unavailability currently, many expressions of eagerness to acquire."


Edited by Darner - 7/3/14 at 9:22pm
post #1658 of 4937
OK, just got my pair of SE215 working and I personally think that first and foremost they have a different signature than the VSD3S. Having a more mid centric warmer sound with rolled off treble and nary a hint of sibilance. Personally I disagree with the negative comments about this IEM. It is not a perfect IEM but its level of isolation and bassy mid centric sound worked very well with a lot of genres.

I don't talk about the SE215 to much because I had one of the first pairs put out and mine have the cutting out issue so are hard to get working long enough to properly A/B at times.

But as I sit testing these compared to the VSD3S I think the SE215 holds its own quite nicely but differently. Using the Patricia Barber tune "Missing" I would say the VSD3S has more upper energy and detail at the risk of being slightly peaky. The SE215 is warmer and more lush sounding at the risk of being to thick and lacking detail.

Unfortunately I could not coax another tune out of the SE215 so this limited A/B will be as good as I can do.
post #1659 of 4937
Thanks for the comparo smily_headphones1.gif How would you say the VSD3S compare in terms of general bass quantity vs the 215? 60%? 70%? 80? Is it v-shaped or flat in comparison?
post #1660 of 4937
Quote:
Originally Posted by Shawn71 View Post



Those prices are cheap for shures,compared to the price of their IEM pricngs, but not for vsd3/s. Sadly :-(

 



Well I'd be happy with a cable around $20 like there are for the new ATH IEMs.
post #1661 of 4937
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gilly87 View Post

Thanks for the comparo smily_headphones1.gif How would you say the VSD3S compare in terms of general bass quantity vs the 215? 60%? 70%? 80? Is it v-shaped or flat in comparison?
I would say the SE215 is a very shallow upside down U shape that has a peak slightly to the left of center and a significant drop off in the highest treble regions. Its elevated mid-bass and lower midrange giving it its lush signature.

The VSD3S on the other hand has a very shallow check mark shaped signature giving it a bit of more hollowed out sound in comparison. I would say it is closer to neutral but on the bright side.
post #1662 of 4937

LMUE posted this a few minutes ago, ' Hi everyone,

Just a shout out, the VSD3S will be up for sale tomorrow, 5th July 2014 at 8pm (Singapore time)

You can use this link to check the equivalent time in your country 

post #1663 of 4937
Quote:
Originally Posted by dweaver View Post


I would say the SE215 is a very shallow upside down U shape that has a peak slightly to the left of center and a significant drop off in the highest treble regions. Its elevated mid-bass and lower midrange giving it its lush signature.

The VSD3S on the other hand has a very shallow check mark shaped signature giving it a bit of more hollowed out sound in comparison. I would say it is closer to neutral but on the bright side.


i think i get what u are saying.

i feel the exact same thing while comparing brainwavz m3 with pro coppers.

 

pro coppers have muddy mids and highs but the sound seems very full and enjoyable compared to m3 which sounds unnatural.

now i really understand why gr07 are so good,they are good in everything they do.

 

by the way people buying vsd1 at 45$ are wasting their money imho,as gr07 mk2 classic is going for just 100$,,,i would say there is nothing better than it below at least 150$,,,maybe even 200$ and that should be the iem to get

post #1664 of 4937
Quote:
Originally Posted by sardar17 View Post


by the way people buying vsd1 at 45$ are wasting their money imho,as gr07 mk2 classic is going for just 100$,,,i would say there is nothing better than it below at least 150$,,,maybe even 200$ and that should be the iem to get

Sry,off topic post and im lost here.....so $100 GR07 CE is out of GR07 league then? Since its well below $150/$179......but yeah spending another 100% makes it a worth buy.biggrin.gif
post #1665 of 4937
Quote:
Originally Posted by Shawn71 View Post


Sry,off topic post and im lost here.....so $100 GR07 CE is out of GR07 league then? Since its well below $150/$179......but yeah spending another 100% makes it a worth buy.biggrin.gif


it has been confirmed to be exactly the same mke by vsonic itself.

even lmue confirmed that.

 

thats why i am saying,not getting one is sheer stupidity

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Portable Headphones, Earphones and In-Ear Monitors › The new IEM of Vsonic VSD 3S ( impression updated by smailbz)