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Klipsch X10/X10i vs X11i - Page 3

post #31 of 50

Hard to beat comfort wise also. The key is fit you need a good seal to make them shine.

post #32 of 50
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Hard to beat comfort wise also. The key is fit you need a good seal to make them shine.

do you have any comparison to FAD Heaven IV and/or V?

post #33 of 50
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do you have any comparison to FAD Heaven

 

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do you have any comparison to FAD Heaven IV and/or V?


Not sure what that is.

post #34 of 50
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Not sure what that is.


Figured it out Have no idea never heard them.

post #35 of 50

Am i mad!! Just ordered a replacement set of Klipsch x10's. (think the beer was saying "do it, do it") Bought them a few years ago and loved the sq but they fell apart after a year! Anyone any feedback in how to protect them from wear and tear? Keep Well.

post #36 of 50

Just don't pull them out of ear by cable.

post #37 of 50

Cheers, They should come with a label..."Handle with Care":wink_face:

post #38 of 50

Well, just received my new Klipsch x10's after my last pair fell apart! Had to feel the need to revisit them as i loved the sound, once you get a great seal. Boy, glad i did.  My current line up of iem's include Klipsch x7i's until i lost them on a flight! RHA 750 (not getting the sq) Have to say they are great. Bass is bang on. Highs are perfect, Mids lacking a touch but overall happy paired up with an HTC 8 and using Qobuz sub. 

post #39 of 50
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Well, just received my new Klipsch x10's after my last pair fell apart! Had to feel the need to revisit them as i loved the sound, once you get a great seal. Boy, glad i did.  My current line up of iem's include Klipsch x7i's until i lost them on a flight! RHA 750 (not getting the sq) Have to say they are great. Bass is bang on. Highs are perfect, Mids lacking a touch but overall happy paired up with an HTC 8 and using Qobuz sub. 


With Klispch X series its all about the seal.

post #40 of 50

Sure is,,, Just wondering why do the x10's don't get the appreciation regarding the sq on Head-Fi? 

post #41 of 50

I find Klispch dosen't get the appreciation overall. Don't know why. There full size headphones are ok nothing special. I have high hopes for there new on ear that just came out. There IEMS on the other hand are outstanding. Excellent sound and comfort and unbelievable prices if found on sale.

post #42 of 50

Agree totally, Had a full size Klipsch headphone that were ok, again, as said, nothing special. I see you have the x11's are they a big step up from the x10's?. Think we have the same taste regarding the Klipsch sound.

post #43 of 50

I think there pretty much the same. Cable was upgraded to a kevlar reinforced to make it stronger. I have been a Klispch guy for years. My home theater all Klispch with 20 year old Quartets as main.

post #44 of 50

They look great and seem perfect to your sound taste. Difficult to source these in Ireland. Pity!! Have a set of Acoustic Energy Aegis Evo Three's, paired with the Aegis active subwoffer powered by a Denon PMA intergrated amp, more than 20 years old. Never change them!!

post #45 of 50

Ireland is where my new Senn HD600s were made.

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