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post #226 of 18427
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EMS takes longer than DHL and usually takes about 5-7 days to Australia.  

It usually gets to Aus after 3 days and takes a few more to get to me. 

 

Yes, in fact I requested this method, my concern is that I can't see the tracking, says nº incorrect, I know you have to wait some hours maybe one or two days to get the tracking active, but today is the third day.....

post #227 of 18427
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post
 

I generally find higher gain settings to bring things closer and even thickens the sound somewhat. Particularly vocals stick out more when I use gain settings. Bass also seems to have more omph to it.

 

 

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I find high gain gives warmer sound and lusher mids for vocal. Low gain sounded more neutral to me and preferred for instrumental jazz and classicals... tho I am not absolutely sure yet if the warmth is purely due to the gain setting or have run-in make it warmer (personally I don't put much stock in running in but it could be a factor)

 

For me, the DX50 is never going to be a detail monster, and listening on high gain gives a very typical, and extremely well implemented 8740 sound, if I may generalized.

 

I actually found on low gain it was rather lacking and a little anemic........I do need to try with different (C)IEMs, but am rather occupied listening to the new TH900 that came in yesterday.

post #228 of 18427

how do you guys feel about the bass? Put on hi gain will bring the bass a bit forward but sacrifice some detail...

post #229 of 18427
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how do you guys feel about the bass? Put on hi gain will bring the bass a bit forward but sacrifice some detail...

With the 1p2 or tg334 bass is definitely sufficient even in low gain for me. I do prefer the mid/vocal a bit more upfront with mid/high gain with the 1p2.
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Updated the OP.

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WARNING

 

Don't show the DX50 to your children, you will not get it back.

 

My 13 year old is now, the new owner of my DX50. I will be ordering another....................

post #232 of 18427
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WARNING

 

Don't show the DX50 to your children, you will not get it back.

 

My 13 year old is now, the new owner of my DX50. I will be ordering another....................

 

Lol, your kid is very lucky indeed. 

What does he use? 1plus2?

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Lol, your kid is very lucky indeed. 

What does he use? 1plus2?

 

She is banned from those...although she says she wants a pair for her 14th birthday.....

 

Sony ones.

 

post #234 of 18427

GG which batch are you in? 2nd?

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She is banned from those...although she says she wants a pair for her 14th birthday.....

 

Sony ones.

 

Huh?

post #236 of 18427

anyone able to fit in the DX50 into the given pouch? LOL

post #237 of 18427
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Huh?

 

She wants a pair 1plus2 for her 14th birthday...

 

At the moment she listens to Sony but they have quite a few mid tier IEMs to choose from like Westone and Shures 

post #238 of 18427
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She is banned from those...although she says she wants a pair for her 14th birthday.....

 

Sony ones.

 

 

I see we have another audiophile to have joined our ranks. :)

 

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GG which batch are you in? 2nd?

 

I'm in the 2nd batch, still awaiting shipment. -.-

post #239 of 18427
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Originally Posted by spkrs01 View Post
 

 

She wants a pair 1plus2 for her 14th birthday...

 

At the moment she listens to Sony but they have quite a few mid tier IEMs to choose from like Westone and Shures 

 

Lucky...

post #240 of 18427
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Originally Posted by spkrs01 View Post
 

WARNING

 

Don't show the DX50 to your children, you will not get it back.

 

My 13 year old is now, the new owner of my DX50. I will be ordering another....................


Gavin, although you are not the first person who owns and gets to listen to the Dx50, but I am sure you are the first person who traded the DX50 away ...... LoL

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