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post #61 of 418
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Originally Posted by nehcrow View Post
 

You really think a $20 IEM can compete $100 IEM (already amazing value) that competes with others costing 2 - 3 times?
So if my maths is correct, you think it's possible for the Delta's to compete with IEM's costing 10 - 15 times more 

Not trying to be rude, just saying it's extremely wishful thinking

 

As fnkcow was trying to say, price really isn't a good representation of the true value of a set of IEM's, and it's a poor reason to use as a guide on which to base why to buy a set, either. I'm not saying the Delta's are the best ever and can compete with the best of the best in the under $100.00 segment(although they do give most of them a good run for their money :wink_face: ), just that the overall package presented(sound, build quality, looks)are a vast improvement on what we see from manufacturers at the price point they are offered at($20.00). That's what makes them so good  :smile:

post #62 of 418
I agree with what Dragon just said completely. It's the total combination of package, sound, and price that make this a great little IEM.
post #63 of 418

I have Brainwavz M5 , R1 , ProAlpha models.Should I buy this one too? I mean does it make a difference ? Or  just waste of money?

post #64 of 418
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I honestly can't answer this for you. Do all of the above work for you? Do they meet all your sonic needs? If so, pass on these, if not, for $20.00, go for it. I think the build quality is better than on my Pro Alphas, and it has better cable's than the M5's, that's all I can add here. The rest is up to you.

post #65 of 418

Thank you for quick reply.

 

 Actually I have more than 15  ear-head phones and most of them entry level which have price about  10-30 $ .Only 4  of them  Brainwavz and i love them .My favorite one  is the M5.

Delta is really looks  pleasant but not so cheap.I mean  i have already bought my Brainwavzs for about 20 $ by the mp4nation's discounts.

 

I just want to iem which has at least one step better sound than mine.Better mean may be more detailed sound.

 

I think If I wait  a discount for the Vsonic VC02 or VSD1  , it will be better.I am hopeful about them.

 

The new R3 also looks very tempting  but at the same time quite expensive.


Edited by hayzinbey - 9/15/13 at 10:37pm
post #66 of 418

I just had to go and look at this thread...Pre-ordered :etysmile:

post #67 of 418
So, I pre-ordered it Saturday afternoon before 4pm; when should I expect it to be shipped? Never pre-ordered headphones so I don't know how the shipping process works.
post #68 of 418
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Originally Posted by SyCo87 View Post

So, I pre-ordered it Saturday afternoon before 4pm; when should I expect it to be shipped? Never pre-ordered headphones so I don't know how the shipping process works.

 

They will ship out when he gets them in, there is no airtight guaranty on ship dates with pre orders as anything could happen. You'll get plenty of warning, though, if anythings amiss. mp4nations a good, solid company, so no worries there, either.

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post #70 of 418

How do these work with Trance music?

post #71 of 418
If trance has a need for bass the S1 might be a better choice, if it doesn't the Delta is nicely balanced so will be good for a lot of genres.
post #72 of 418
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Originally Posted by dweaver View Post

If trance has a need for bass the S1 might be a better choice, if it doesn't the Delta is nicely balanced so will be good for a lot of genres.

 

I generally like things to be quite balanced, overblown bass gives me a headache.

 
Especially since I listen to mostly 128-180bpm tracks.
post #73 of 418
The Delta will be good then. They are an excellent value.
post #74 of 418

How bout deltas compared to something like Mh1c and LG Quadbeat? I love mh1c with a rich warm sound, and Quadbeat is pretty neutral with good energy. So where does delta fit in?

post #75 of 418
I have not heard those IEM's but the Delta is not warm sounding, the S1 is warm sounding with more bass. The Delta is much more balanced or neutral sounding.
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