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post #181 of 6690
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This looks like a pretty cool dual driver for ~$40. Just shaped a bit like the IE80, but it seems much different.

 

Whoa... it has dual drivers AND it is covered in polished Gorilla Glass? For $40? That is awesome. I'm getting it. Never seen a Gorilla Glass earphone before. Very cool.

 

Nice find indeed.

Agreed, But how does one place an order? I don't speak the language!

post #182 of 6690
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Agreed, But how does one place an order? I don't speak the language!

Haha, neither do I. Thank god for Taobao agents.

 

I use mistertao.com or ugomark.com. Copy the Url into their search engine, and it will come up.

 

You pay them, and they buy the item from the store. It normally takes a few days. They then pack it up, take an 8-10% commission fee, and charge to ship. You can choose cheap China Post ~$5 shipping or EMS.

 

Mistertao takes pics of the product, Ugomark can use paypal. MisterTao seems to have less fees than ugo.

 

Unless places like aliexpress or ebay start to sell it, Taobao is probably the only place you can buy it. 

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Originally Posted by bhazard View Post

This looks like a pretty cool dual driver for ~$40. Just shaped a bit like the IE80, but it seems much different.

Whoa... it has dual drivers AND it is covered in polished Gorilla Glass? For $40? That is awesome. I'm getting it. Never seen a Gorilla Glass earphone before. Very cool.

Nice find indeed.


Very tempting



Btw this iem the cable is flat ? Because i saw in the picture the cable is flat but i am not sure
Edited by rholupat - 11/22/13 at 2:10pm
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post #187 of 6690
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I ordered the Superlux looking one. Only $20. Their IEM, SEM6, looks good too.
http://www.mistertao.com/beta/pages/item/35297553728.html

Isk website www.isk.cc. ...take a look
post #188 of 6690
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That's a Somic MH463. It's also overpriced by quite a bit.

 

Somic MH463.

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Free-Shipping-Brand-New-Somic-MH463-HIFI-Headset-Multimedia-Headphone-Professional-DJ-Monitoring/1096347119.html

 

The Somic has a big thread here.

post #189 of 6690
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Got the Moe SS-01 in today. Quick impressions:

 

I'm sensitive to the 3-4k region, so these sound a bit bright to me. The juiced up treble and the slightly boosted midbass seems to overpower subbass. Very tip dependant as well. The included bi flanges seem to do better than the included foam and silicone tips for me.

 

Clarity is unreal however. Surpasses RE-400 clarity, but RE-400 mids I think might be slightly better, IMO.

 

The shell is much smaller than pics make it out to be, and a lot less ugly in person. I kinda like it.

 

If the 4k peak dips a bit over time, I'll have a new favorite. Definitely a winner at $60.


Edited by bhazard - 11/22/13 at 5:09pm
post #190 of 6690
Let us know what you think. I ordered 3 in ears mentioned in this thread but I think I might want a regular unknown cheap over ear headphone so impressions are appreciated.
post #191 of 6690
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Let us know what you think. I ordered 3 in ears mentioned in this thread but I think I might want a regular unknown cheap over ear headphone so impressions are appreciated.

The Tascam MX2 is available in the US, is a great balanced sounding monitor headphone, and can be had for $33.

post #192 of 6690
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The Moe SS-01 is awesome. Cut the 2-4khz and 100-200hz region a bit in EQ, and these sound way above $60.

post #193 of 6690
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The Tascam MX2 is available in the US, is a great balanced sounding monitor headphone, and can be had for $33.

Not really looking for flat. Not looking for V either. More upside down U or ^ I like coloration in the mids and a little bass boost. That is why I don't like my ATH m50s for listening. Their good for mixing though.

post #194 of 6690
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Not really looking for flat. Not looking for V either. More upside down U or ^ I like coloration in the mids and a little bass boost. That is why I don't like my ATH m50s for listening. Their good for mixing though.

I don't really know of any with that signature, and I would probably hate it. Hifiman products have very good, not recessed mids, but most of them are very expensive.


Edited by bhazard - 11/23/13 at 10:49am
post #195 of 6690
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Got the Maya S6 in. I love the shape. Another V signature. Some bass bloat. Fun, but not worth more than the $20-30 they are going for. Good, but not a value king.

 

Tries to emulate a Beats signature. which I hate. Easily driven by an iphone though, and most people would find them to be really good and attractive to wear.

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