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post #901 of 911
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Originally Posted by james444 View Post
 

 

Apart from the 7550 being more balanced, they should hold their own very well, particularly in the mids and highs.

 

The M200's bass is a tad overdone and benefits from a light seal (or front vent mod). They won't beat the 7550 in that regard.

 

For those who think the bass is too much, why don't you just use an EQ to tone down the bass? Yes, I'm a newbie, so might be a stupid q.

post #902 of 911
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For those who think the bass is too much, why don't you just use an EQ to tone down the bass? Yes, I'm a newbie, so might be a stupid q.

I'm mainly using them out of an iphone with the standard music app so EQ control is rough at best.  Also I found the EQing it down decreases the slam/impact/quality as well as the overall level of bass so that's another annoyance.

 

I think some are just against EQ in general also.  But those are my reasons and part of why my M200s are probably going back or onto FS.

post #903 of 911
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Originally Posted by Metalomaniac View Post
 

For those who think the bass is too much, why don't you just use an EQ to tone down the bass? Yes, I'm a newbie, so might be a stupid q.

 

Not a stupid question at all. My main reason being that I use my IEMs with different sources, which all have varying implementations of EQ (and some none at all). So if an issue can be resolved by a simple mod of the earphone itself, I prefer that solution, since it gives me a consistant result across all sources.

 

That said, I'm not opposed to EQ, for those cases where it's the only feasible solution.

post #904 of 911

Hi there,

 

When changing my ear buds to Comply Foam ones (which are very tight) I noticed that for one of my KEF 200 earphones this

metal cylinders pushes inwards.. the other one is alright, it seems you can just push it back and forth, not sure if intended.

 

However, it's very annoying since it's hard to put earbuds onto it and also hard to get out again - does anyone know how to fix this or had the same issue?

post #905 of 911
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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post

@Metalomaniac, I'm using vmoda bliss tips (large, clear), and loving them on the m200's (and on my h200's for that matter). $5 for 4 pairs. Really comfortable. Great seal. Beautiful sound!

Shipping is $5 to Maryland, so $10 for me.  I ordered them anyway; curious to see if they sound better than stock.

post #906 of 911

Just got my M500's in Sydney today. I'm chuffed. The build quality is phenomenal. Brushed steel look. It's actually made of aluminium. Discreet and futuristic looking at the same time. They're about the most comfy hp's I've put on (lightweight, low clamping force, very soft earpads).

 

The sound- well worth the money in itself. The highs are well defined and quite airy for a closed can. The lows are equally well defined and punch well.

 

These are a real work of art. . I love em :beyersmile:

post #907 of 911

I love my Kef M200, but just bought an Stagediver 3. 

So if anyone is interested, I could sell my M200 very cheap =)

post #908 of 911
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Originally Posted by Grayson73 View Post
 

Shipping is $5 to Maryland, so $10 for me.  I ordered them anyway; curious to see if they sound better than stock.

I got the V-Moda Bliss 3.0 tips and they are indeed better than stock.  Thanks, Waynes World!

post #909 of 911
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I got the V-Moda Bliss 3.0 tips and they are indeed better than stock.  Thanks, Waynes World!

 

Cool! I find those tips to work very well on a few different iems. They are inexpensive, soft, comfy and provide a good seal.

 

But it looks like we're now both interested in those spirals for the M200's!

post #910 of 911

I like the V-Moda Bliss 3.0 tips, but I think they seal too well so the bass is too strong and there isn't enough air in the sound.  Any other tip recommendations?

post #911 of 911
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Originally Posted by Grayson73 View Post
 

I like the V-Moda Bliss 3.0 tips, but I think they seal too well so the bass is too strong and there isn't enough air in the sound.  Any other tip recommendations?

 

go bigger! thats what i do when that happens. increasing the distance away from the ear drum =) 

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