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Pic!


On the left

How many IEMs you need sir? xD they look somewhat small in comparison to your giants D:

Thanks for the pic! HAPPY LISTENING!!! XD
post #377 of 547
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How many IEMs you need sir? xD they look somewhat small in comparison to your giants D:

Thanks for the pic! HAPPY LISTENING!!! XD

Thanks! I still crave for more iems though :D.

post #378 of 547
You mean the Sennheiser's IE800? tongue.gif

Some may love the IE800 to death but I am definitely opposite of that. Much prefer the UE900 xD

Is the FXZ-200 really that bassy?
post #379 of 547
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You mean the Sennheiser's IE800? tongue.gif

Some may love the IE800 to death but I am definitely opposite of that. Much prefer the UE900 xD

Is the FXZ-200 really that bassy?

Yup. Bass head iem for sure. I personally prefer MDR7550, but FXZ200 is good for bass heads. To do a short comparison, MDR7550 has much better control while FXZ200 has more impact and power.

post #380 of 547
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Yup. Bass head iem for sure. I personally prefer MDR7550, but FXZ200 is good for bass heads. To do a short comparison, MDR7550 has much better control while FXZ200 has more impact and power.

Lovely! Good to know you now have a detail monster (SRH-940), CIEM (Your UE), basshead (FXZ200) and so on. YOUR COMPLETE biggrin.gif
post #381 of 547
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Lovely! Good to know you now have a detail monster (SRH-940), CIEM (Your UE), basshead (FXZ200) and so on. YOUR COMPLETE biggrin.gif

For now....

post #382 of 547
I just buy one can and eq it to sound like all three. Eq is really underrated around here. Perhaps not underrated, just overlooked.
post #383 of 547
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I just buy one can and eq it to sound like all three. Eq is really underrated around here. Perhaps not underrated, just overlooked.
Well, cetain things like soundstage, clarity and detail cannot be EQed.
post #384 of 547
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Well, cetain things like soundstage, clarity and detail cannot be EQed.


Pretty much. Why buy totl headphones if you can EQ apple earbuds to sound like them?

post #385 of 547
Certain cans are very versatile. If I want sound stage, i'm not using iems or closed cans, I have my MA900 for that.

I can make my MDR 7506 for instance sound better than many $300 closed cans, and sound stage to me doesn't change all that much between cans. Imaging and instrument separation do though.
LOL, I haven't used my m500, or fs1, or m4u in a while, since the mdr 7506 is so versatile.
post #386 of 547
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Certain cans are very versatile. If I want sound stage, i'm not using iems or closed cans, I have my MA900 for that.

I can make my MDR 7506 for instance sound better than many $300 closed cans, and sound stage to me doesn't change all that much between cans. Imaging and instrument separation do though.
LOL, I haven't used my m500, or fs1, or m4u in a while, since the mdr 7506 is so versatile.

Well, true. Headphones with good technical capability can be EQed into lots of things. For instance, my UERM can sound like almost anything with proper EQ.

post #387 of 547
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Audiophile Report! IMO.

I tried to write this from a pov of a non audiophile.

 

Quick facts about audiophiles:

Audiophiles carries some serious gears, although it can be a hassle to carry so much things.

Audiophiles do not like using onboard DAC of phones and computers.

Audiophiles value their equipment. More so than computers(for me, at least)

 

Quick facts about how to treat audiophile:

Do not mess with audiophile's gears. My friend almost busted $2000 of equipment by spilling sparkling water.

Try not to ask about the price of audiophile gears.

Audiophiles generally don't like sharing iems(for hygiene).

If an audiophile is a reviewer, try not to argue with them. They will make no sense.

post #388 of 547
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Audiophile Report! IMO.

I tried to write this from a pov of a non audiophile.

 

Quick facts about audiophiles:

Audiophiles carries some serious gears, although it can be a hassle to carry so much things.

Audiophiles value their equipment. More so than computers(for me, at least)

 

Quick facts about how to treat audiophile:

Try not to ask about the price of audiophile gears.

No! I strongly do not think carrying our Transportable audio gears a hassle! :P and I agree with your second point xD

 

Indeed, it's really awkward to answer "How much you paid for this headphone?" whenever my friends ask me... 

post #389 of 547
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No! I strongly do not think carrying our Transportable audio gears a hassle! :P and I agree with your second point xD

Indeed, it's really awkward to answer "How much you paid for this headphone?" whenever my friends ask me... 
lol. Ak100 and leckertons are fairly portable....
But yeah. It is awkward when someone asks about the price.
post #390 of 547

My audio gear's monetary value far exceeds my computer's value, so yes, it's more important to me. I try to avoid saying how much things cost while I am in public, to avoid people overhearing and robbing me. 

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