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The r3pro sounds the best and the most natural..the holy serpent had one channel imbalance 😡

any link where to get the r3pro?

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I don't have the link at the moment 😊
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R3

http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=a1z10.3.w4002-218018788.44.12lxHw&id=37779381234

 

Make sure to get the Pro version.

thanks bro.

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So far all the zk iem I got are great so is the ttpod t1😊..build quality is very good 😊 sound quality of the t1 and r3pro is the best the the sidy hk1 which is very nice looking and another kz iem which I don't know the name ...it has a neutral sound.
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For something like $15 or less, the KZ iems are top notch in their price range. I should have the ED1 and R3 Pro in a week or 2.

I love the new 2014 tuned KZ-LP as well. The KZ-LP2 has too much bass and not enough clarity however.
Edited by bhazard - 4/19/14 at 7:57pm
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Mochill, how about a one-line each review, with ranking, of the B3 Pro, T1, and R3 Pro?

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I think I have the ed1 which is neutral...is itthe one that looks like the dunu dnk??
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Wasn't penonaudio supposed to list KZ headphones?

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Would the donscorpio dolphins be an upgrade from the koss prodj100 with m50 pads? Can anyone compare them? I might be selling my koss and upgrading.
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Do people ever do small group buys to make the shipping more reasonable? I mean, I know the overall prices are reasonable in general anyway, but would ordering a handful of IEMs be cheaper? I was just messing around on MisterTao, and put 3 different IEMs in my cart. But I couldn't tell definitively what the final shipping cost would be. It came out the same as it was for one IEM, about $18 to the U.S., so I'm not sure if it was taking into account that I had 3 different ones in there or not. Anyone order multiple pairs on one shipping charge?

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Originally Posted by Darner View Post
 

Do people ever do small group buys to make the shipping more reasonable? I mean, I know the overall prices are reasonable in general anyway, but would ordering a handful of IEMs be cheaper? I was just messing around on MisterTao, and put 3 different IEMs in my cart. But I couldn't tell definitively what the final shipping cost would be. It came out the same as it was for one IEM, about $18 to the U.S., so I'm not sure if it was taking into account that I had 3 different ones in there or not. Anyone order multiple pairs on one shipping charge?

From my TB experience, if you buy a lot of stuff from the same seller, the shipping costs are usually the same for one item. If you order from different sellers, then shipping costs are separate.

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Thanks. So it seems the domestic (China) shipping part is per-seller, while the international part (to US) is for the whole bunch. That still makes it feasible, I guess. If people who wanted to participate paid double the US-priority shipping cost (comes to $8) to the original US buyer, then it would still save them $10 off the MisterTao international shipping fee, while helping the original buyer recoup the cost they layed out initially. It could be done with a set of three different models, to choose one or more from, like the T1, KZ-R3Pro, and B3ProI, or something like that.

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