Nah, I can't sue your ass anywhere. And why would you want my address - it will cost you north of $1k to pay me a visit and return, so you're better of just buying one yourself
Anyway, here's the VSD3S vs VSD1LE comparison I promised you:
LE's bass is a bit heavier and with more solid body. VSD3S' mids are a bit more V-shaped and more neutral in tone. LE has a touch ticker note presentation and slightly warmer and darker. VSD3S has smoother and more relaxed lower treble in comparison to the LE which is a bit hotter and more aggressive. Both are less prone to pointing out sibilance than most vsonics. VSD3S' highs extend a lot better while after the peak in the lower treble the LE's highs remain more laid back and roll off earlier, which makes it lose air on top and become a bit dark. VSD3S sounds more spacious and airy. Presentation-wise the VSD3S manages to do what the LE did right by having darker background but also manages to sound more spacious than it. Positioning-wise I'll say they are about equal, which isn't a bad thing as the LE was pretty good in that regard. Overall, the VSD3S is more relaxed and laid back sounding with more neutral tone, smoother and more extended treble and bigger soundstage. I even went through the Ultimate Headphone Demonstration Disc in hi-rez just for my favorite troll.
Hmmm that sounds interesting, so going by that i would think you prefer the VSD3 over the LEs which is not really surprising. Not sure if i like a more relaxed and laid back sound tbh, and you also mentioned that the mids are "a bit more V-shaped and more neutral in tone" which kinda makes me think that the mids are slightly recessed on the VSD3 compared to the LEs/ regular VSD1s???
But what about the resolution of the mids??? How hi-def does it sound and what about the 3-D quality to them??? The "more spacious and airy" quality of the VSD3s seem promising but for some reason i don't think they are as 3D in rendition as compared to hybrids like the DUNU DN1000s.
The 3D aspect is what VSonic needs in improve the most in cuz the GR07 BEs basically has it all, great quality textured bass that reaches pretty deep into the sub bass regions with nice quantity, nicely forward mid range that is lush and a nicely extended treble what doesn't really get too hot/bright/ nor sibilant but its 2D rendition just makes it sound a bit old school/ dated these days. Also sound staging could also be wider like the Ostry KC-06s and taller as well with a bit more air added. That would literally turn the GR07 BEs into an almost iem in my book.
These VSD3 sounds like VSonic is mostly going in the right direction though with their budget sets but takes some steps back as well such as the less extension of the treble/ more laid back sound, but a darker background, more spacious/ airy sound seems like winning combo to me. Now they just gots to implement that on top of their gr07 BE sound which will make a killa' nice sounding iem. Here is to hoping and i really hope that is what the VSD5 will be sound like. LoL
Thanks for the impressions as always meng, and it must be torture going though hi-rez Ultimate Headphone Demonstration Disc to A/B your VSDs, whatever that is.
Sounds like A LOT of lawyer talk to me. : P