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Originally Posted by kayandjohn View Post
 

 I believe that this exciting, incisive explanation deserves its own instructional video, perhaps to be sold right alongside those Great Courses videos given by award-winning college professors.

 

For the good of the cause, I hereby volunteer to film a dramatic reenactment of the above paragraph, subject to the following remuneration:

 

* Receipt of a new pair of Shure SE 846s;

* Front-page billing of my instructional video on head-fi.org.

 

I am especially skilled in making such videos.  To date, my credits include:

 

*  How to play piano despite years of lessons;

*  Do-it-yourself car repair (the entire chapter of the series entitled "Don't Let This Happen to You!")

 

I stand on alert, ready to spring into the service of fellow head-fiers.

 

I have no idea WTF the point of this post is. 

 

Yes, I massively simplified the idea, but my point was to help illustrate why having a single driver requires significantly more work to be shouldered by one motor and diaphragm as opposed to separating the range into several. It's a wee bit hard to visualize what a dynamic driver is doing, that was my best "while you're sitting at your computer" idea. You got a better one, let me know.

post #3827 of 6192
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Originally Posted by Audiowood View Post

Congrats Rudi, the Asian edition packaging is very diff from the us version, seems like its missing the nice pelican case, but anyway that's not important. I do hope u get a custom sleeves for these as the sound with custom and stock are widely diff, so much so that I thought I am listening to a diff iem altogether. Since u have the universal Roxanne, I am really curious on some comparison between the 2.

Enjoy your se846 brother..

Thank you brother Audiowood
Can you please share the pictures from the pelican case ?

SE 846 is as Warm sounding iem For my taste

Source : AK 240
Iem : Shure SE 846
Jh Roxanne With bass setting at 9 O clock = Zero DB

High :
Jh Roxanne : more extended High than SE 846
SE 846 : High is on The right track

Mid :
Jh Roxanne : has better clarity , but not as sweet as SE 846
SE 846 : mid is The strong Point very sweet ,but less clarity compare to JH Roxanne

Bass :
Jh Roxanne : bass is not so Clear as SE 846 , but more bass volume
SE 846 : is very Good In detail and better bass presentation

Separation :
Jh Roxanne : has better music separation
SE 846 : Slightly behind jh Roxanne

Soundstage :
Jh Roxanne : has wider and deeper soundstage like big concert hall
SE 846 : less Wide abd Deep like In small concert hall

Overall :
Jh Roxanne : is source revealing
SE 846 : is more Easy to Enjoy

These Two as direct use from Ipod , AK 100,120 abd 240 , HDP R10
Sound quality very Good , to My taste as Warm sounding iems
Best dap For these Two iems is : AK 240

I prefer use With external amp like :
Ko Jo km 01
Fostex HP V1
Can improve their potential character , High more presence , mid has better pronounce
Bass has better definition and improve The clarity as well , sound is Fuller now

IMO



Edited by rudi0504 - 6/28/14 at 8:34am
post #3828 of 6192
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Originally Posted by OK-Guy View Post

looking forward to your impressions Rudi, SE846 with the Zx1, then with Hugo... your thoughts on other totl IEM's in comparison would also be welcomed. beerchug.gif  

Thank you OK - Guy

Please see My impression above biggrin.gif
post #3829 of 6192

Rudi,

 

What filters did you use in your 846? 846 USA stock is Blue.

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rudi: That is a side by side comparison I can sink my teeth into. Clear, concise. and too the point (yes I know unlike me)

 

To borrow from my car analogies Porsche 917 McLaren P!  Very similar yet different. (They both btw have Afterburners).

 

Cheers

:beerchug: 

post #3831 of 6192
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Originally Posted by Monty Burns View Post


rudi: That is a side by side comparison I can sink my teeth into. Clear, concise. and too the point (yes I know unlike me)

To borrow from my car analogies Porsche 917 McLaren P!  Very similar yet different. (They both btw have Afterburners).

Cheers
beerchug.gif  

I am sorry I can not write very good words , I can write only short impression what I heard and what I feel biggrin.gif
post #3832 of 6192

Thank you for your analysis Rudi.  :gs1000smile:

post #3833 of 6192
The case and box ect.

post #3834 of 6192
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Originally Posted by burtomr View Post

Rudi,

What filters did you use in your 846? 846 USA stock is Blue.

Hi burtomr
I use the stock filter in Blue color
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Originally Posted by SilverEars View Post

Thank you for your analysis Rudi.  gs1000.gif

You are welcome SilverEars
post #3836 of 6192
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Originally Posted by Mitchell4500 View Post

The case and box ect.


Wow look beautiful the pelican case
It is not fair from Shure that not give me the pelican case biggrin.gif
post #3837 of 6192
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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

Wow look beautiful the pelican case
It is not fair from Shure that not give me the pelican case biggrin.gif

I never use the case as its quite massive but I imagine I'd be very upset if I didn't get. :P

I also have a nice westone deluxe monitor case with the dehumidifier and pressure valve ect. Also the ear lubricant (oh my) and lotion. Yet I don't have anything in it lol .
post #3838 of 6192

I threw away the outer cardboard box but I can't force myself to get rid of the rest of the packaging. It's just too nice, like the stupid hexagon box the Pandoras come in.

post #3839 of 6192

Thanks for the impressions Rudi! I've been thinking about the Roxanne's too, but my poor poor wallet is crying in the corner

post #3840 of 6192
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Originally Posted by SomeGuyDude View Post

I have no idea WTF the point of this post is. 

Yes, I massively simplified the idea, but my point was to help illustrate why having a single driver requires significantly more work to be shouldered by one motor and diaphragm as opposed to separating the range into several. It's a wee bit hard to visualize what a dynamic driver is doing, that was my best "while you're sitting at your computer" idea. You got a better one, let me know.
My response was presented in admiration of your post, not in denigration of it. However, the facial expressions that communicate good rather than bad just don't seem to make it through the keyboard.... Sorry!
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