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post #331 of 597

UERM is one of the few iems with good extension...

 

post #332 of 597
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UERM is one of the few iems with good extension...

 

IK. But even using IM03 as a reference, the frequency extension is quite short. I still really like the 846, but there simply isn't any upper treble. Lower treble is still superb though. This kind of thing reminds me of SE535 and MDR7550, both of which I love.

post #333 of 597
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Universal Roxanne and SE846 owner. As well as several customs.. Hehe. 

Wow. You got some fancy collection.

post #334 of 597
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UERM is one of the few iems with good extension...

 

Thank you for verifying my ears.  I had no idea it extends that well, I've been recently looking for BA with good extension too.  Oh man that looks neutral.  This tells me that for this case, my ears and the graph line-up.  

 

And sub'd  :popcorn:

post #335 of 597

NT6 measured back in 2011, no compensation.  I don't get why impedance graph is so bad?  For those that have NT6, does it have laid back mids?  The treble looks to extend pretty good, but one channel extends farther than the other, there is imbalance there.  :(

 

01.FR_HIDITION_NT6.png

 

 

 

05.IG_HIDITION_NT6.png

post #336 of 597
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Wow. You got some fancy collection.

Thanks ;)

 

Anyone here can share their opinion of which IEM they have heard before that sounds closest to the ultra dynamic sounding Line Array Speakers used in concerts? 

post #337 of 597
The ditas 😏
post #338 of 597
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NT6 measured back in 2011, no compensation.

 

That is the compensated graph.  Diffuse Sound Field Equalization + The small room X-Curve Compensation

post #339 of 597
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Thanks ;)

 

Anyone here can share their opinion of which IEM they have heard before that sounds closest to the ultra dynamic sounding Line Array Speakers used in concerts? 

Hmm... K3003? Those sounds like speakers in good concert halls.

post #340 of 597
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Hmm... K3003? Those sounds like speakers in good concert halls.

When i compared these to the ditas they were kind of shouty in the trebles, not clean and natural like the ditas. They also lost out on the bass as it just didn't sound as natural and deep reaching and controlled. In fact, across the spectrum the ditas have such a natural and real tone that it makes it hard to listen to anything else. Don't get me wrong it isn't the best thing in the world tongue.gif and each of the top iems would probably do s thing or two better than the ditas but none sound quite as natural in my humble opinion smily_headphones1.gif
post #341 of 597

This is actually the correct NT6 graph.  It's pretty neutral with touch of warmth.

 

 

NT6 pro with extra bass and treble extension.  

 

post #342 of 597
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Originally Posted by SilverEars View Post
 

This is actually the correct NT6 graph.  It's pretty neutral with touch of warmth.

 

 

 

NT6 pro with extra bass and treble extension.  

 

 

 

NT6 pro is the EDM lover's dream iem :D

post #343 of 597
Even compared to SD3?
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Even compared to SD3?

 

Never heard it before, but the NT6 Pro paired with the Wagnus Epsilon S amp is a must hear for any electronic music lover.

post #345 of 597

I heard Wagnus Epsilon S is not really good for iems.. Too much power I think.

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