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I CANT HANDLE THIS, GOT THE PHONE NEAR INCASE I GET A HEART ATTACK
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OK IM DONE ;P
Shure has outdone themselves again.
Can't believe they manage to make an iem even greater than the 535.
For anyone hesitating, you shouldn't.
I waited too long.
Worth every penny.
Laterr everyone smily_headphones1.gif
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Just listening to Amber Rubarth - Sessions From The 17th Ward, FLAC files via Ampliflac app on iphone5 --> SE846s.

 

OMG.... absolutely incredible binaural recording!!! It's a must try!

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I CANT HANDLE THIS, GOT THE PHONE NEAR INCASE I GET A HEART ATTACK

 



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The Shures definitely have that "hearing albums for the first time" effect. This is more than can be said of the IE8s and IE800s; my two previous sets.

I find it mildly fascinating the roads people have taken to the SE846 end. Evidently most have arrived by way of the 535, however I have not read a great deal by way of comparisons between the two.
Edited by Black Label - 6/2/14 at 7:58pm
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I CANT HANDLE THIS, GOT THE PHONE NEAR INCASE I GET A HEART ATTACK

 



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Hahaha well worth it smily_headphones1.gif
Listening to the CDs with a dac sounds amazing.
Playing it on my iPhone 5s with 256 bitrate files really sound terrible compared to the 535s.
The 846's I've found aren't as forgiving.
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The Shures definitely have that "hearing albums for the first time" effect. This is more than can be said of the IE8s and IE800s; my two previous sets.

I find it mildly fascinating the roads people have taken to the SE846 end. Evidently most have arrived by way of the 535, however I have not read a great deal by way of comparisons between the two.

Haha I'll keep that in mind ;P
I've noticed that the clarity in the mid range isn't as strong as the se 535's. Rather it focuses on the highs, mids, & definitely the lows. But even with mids missing a little, I've found these 846's to be far more enjoyable musically than the 535's.
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I think the mids are great, especially given the V-shaped sound signature of the Sennheisers.
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mids could have been beter female is sweet tho i kinda find male vocal is somtimes behind everything else , but prolly cause there is tons of else

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I think with better source they open up and the vocals in particular have more space. But then I also find that with my other portable cans plugged into something better than the phone or iPad
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From memory the AK120 brought male vocals to the fore very nicely.
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second layer of plastic ??           .:blink:.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

this is what happens to bad designs :veryevil: 


Edited by schtinkmeaner - 6/2/14 at 11:48pm
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this is what happens to bad designs :veryevil:

 

Are those in reverse order? Do you have a pic of the finished product?

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Schtinkmeaner: I'm not sure what you are trying to explain in pictures there.
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Schtinkmeaner: I'm not sure what you are trying to explain in pictures there.

I think its the process to cut off the memory wire sheathing. 

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