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post #286 of 500
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Originally Posted by quartertone View Post

I'm assuming the DN-1000 is still a level higher though?

Yes, that's correct in a nut shell. In saying that, those who prefer a warmer thicker mid range may lean towards the MA750 as I hear the Dunny 1000s leaning quite a bit cooler.
post #287 of 500
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

Yes, that's correct in a nut shell. In saying that, those who prefer a warmer thicker mid range may lean towards the MA750 as I hear the Dunny 1000s leaning quite a bit cooler.

Totally agree with you there
post #288 of 500

My Review is up: http://www.head-fi.org/products/rha-ma750i-noise-isolating-premium-in-ear-headphone/reviews/9969

Thanks again RHA Team I had a lot of fun. I really hope MA750 sells well for you because you guys truly deserve it. You put in a great effort and what we see here on Head-fi for that price often doesn't come anywhere near the value, build and SQ of your MA750.

:beerchug:

post #289 of 500
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Originally Posted by powasky View Post
 

I received mine two days ago and have driver flex in both buds.

 

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Is this normal?  Does it really affect anything?  


Have small driver flex on both sides, more on the right side.

Some in-ears are more driver flex prone. Usually not a problem.

post #290 of 500
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 

My Review is up: http://www.head-fi.org/products/rha-ma750i-noise-isolating-premium-in-ear-headphone/reviews/9969

Thanks again RHA Team I had a lot of fun. I really hope MA750 sells well for you because you guys truly deserve it. You put in a great effort and what we see here on Head-fi for that price often doesn't come anywhere near the value, build and SQ of your MA750.

:beerchug:

 Great write-up H20! Really excited to finally hear how the MA750 sounds...

post #291 of 500
Yes, I forgot to mention. Tomorrow I'll be sending my pair of MA750 to d-marc0 for audition, then when hes finished I can possibly consider others wanting to try them in Australia.
post #292 of 500
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

Yes, I forgot to mention. Tomorrow I'll be sending my pair of MA750 to d-marc0 for audition, then when hes finished I can possibly consider others wanting to try them in Australia.
Isn't Lachlan arranging a tour?
post #293 of 500
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Originally Posted by lin0003 View Post

Isn't Lachlan arranging a tour?

I'm really not sure anymore? I never heard back from him. My review pair aren't going on tour, just to d marc0 was the original plan and I thought maybe one or two others if there was interest.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 11/21/13 at 4:15pm
post #294 of 500
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post


I'm really not sure anymore? I never heard back from him. My review pair aren't going on tour, just to d marc0 was the original plan and I thought maybe one or two others if there was interest.

That's a shame...

post #295 of 500

Completed my review of the RHA MA750. You can find it right here. Those who have heard the MA750, let me know what you think.

 

Also, feel free to let me know if you find any errors in spelling, grammar, etc. I just wrote the whole thing over the course of about thirty minutes or so and may have missed something. I'm not a very good proofreader.


Edited by C.C.S. - 11/22/13 at 6:18pm
post #296 of 500

Directly comparing these to a few in-ears the JVC FXD70 are totally smoking the MA750 when it comes to treble detail, refinement and air.

Apart from the slightly annoying rubbery slightly stiff cable this is the biggest flaw of these in-ears.

post #297 of 500

I haven't heard the FXD70, so I can't make that comparison. However, I must disagree with the statement that treble is an overall flaw with these IEMs. It could be a little more refined, for sure. It's not particularly rough to my ears, but there's a spike in the lower treble that I'm pretty sensitive to. I generally EQ that down.

 

As far as detail and air are concerned, though, I think these do a very good job. The treble has good extension and provides a more airy sound than I'm used to hearing from earphones. Detail-wise, it's a little harder to say since most of my comparisons are from memory. However, I do not remember being as impressed with RE-Zero, GR07 or Triple.Fi 10 as I was with these. Of course, take that last statement with a large grain of salt.

post #298 of 500

I'm hearing a bit of harshness from cymbals that I'm not hearing from any of my tested in-ears for example but it's the overall sense of lack of sparkle, clarity and detail in the treble that is keeping them away from being a truly fantastic in-ear.

Admittedly I've been comparing them with CK100Pro and IE800 as well which is not all that fair considering they're amazingly clear sounding and in another price category.  FXD70 is a better comparison where the MA750 have an advantage when it comes to mids body and bass fullness. 

The RE-400 even though the treble is a bit muted is more refined.

post #299 of 500

To be fair, I EQ these a lot for actual listening. If I listened to them in their normal state, I probably wouldn't hear quite as much treble detail, if only due to the enhanced bass and lower midrange. I just can't hear a lack of sparkle or clarity in the treble, though. I don't think you and I are gonna come to an agreement as far as the treble presentation is concerned.

post #300 of 500
Yeah.. I found they lack sparkle and presence. Maybe it's tip related. I use small bi-flanges.
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