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Do you familiar with the desktop usb DAC/AMP from China? Something around $500 and works great with HD600? Thanks!

Audio-GD and Yulong make great amp/dacs in that range.

post #32 of 11481

AWEI: http://en.awei.hk/

JBM: http://www.360doudou.com/

Cogoo!!: http://www.cogooll.com/new2009/english-w/index.asp

post #33 of 11481
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AWEI: http://en.awei.hk/

JBM: http://www.360doudou.com/

Cogoo!!: http://www.cogooll.com/new2009/english-w/index.asp

I just grabbed a bunch from all these brands. Very good results so far.

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I just grabbed a bunch from all these brands. Very good results so far.

 

I tried all AWEI models without mics except Q35 and the only one I liked was ES800M.

JBM are all good.

Cogoo!!: Stay away from T65 - IT HAS NO BASS AT ALL!!!

 

Another 5$ gem I completely forgot about is XKDUN: http://www.xkdun.com/

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First the Moe infiltrates my niche animations, now this. You don't see flash on a site like that, these days...

 

@bhazard - have you considered adding CIEM manufacturers to the list? One of our own members has a whole slough of them listed on his site...

post #38 of 11481
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First the Moe infiltrates my niche animations, now this. You don't see flash on a site like that, these days...

 

@bhazard - have you considered adding CIEM manufacturers to the list? One of our own members has a whole slough of them listed on his site...

Yes, I will add those too. Anything and everything we can find and get info on will be added.

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I just got the Awei ES800M and I am stunned. These are very, VERY good phones for about $8.

 

They look to have the same housing as the Monster Jamz, very durable-looking flat cable, the jack and y-split are solid. Looks like they could probably stand up to a little abuse.

 

Soundwise, they remind me a lot of the Sennheiser CX150 and CX175 that I have and love so much. Actually the sound signature was almost identical, minus a tiny bit of mid-bass hump that the Sennheisers give you. They sounded terribly flat and lifeless at first, but I put them down and let them play at a good volume for about an hour and when I came back to them they sounded great.

 

I might be grabbing another couple pairs of these. They'll be great for working out and can't beat the price.

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I just got the Awei ES800M and I am stunned. These are very, VERY good phones for about $8.

 

They look to have the same housing as the Monster Jamz, very durable-looking flat cable, the jack and y-split are solid. Looks like they could probably stand up to a little abuse.

 

Soundwise, they remind me a lot of the Sennheiser CX150 and CX175 that I have and love so much. Actually the sound signature was almost identical, minus a tiny bit of mid-bass hump that the Sennheisers give you. They sounded terribly flat and lifeless at first, but I put them down and let them play at a good volume for about an hour and when I came back to them they sounded great.

 

I might be grabbing another couple pairs of these. They'll be great for working out and can't beat the price.

 

I'm trying to decide which Awei I like better. All the new models like the Q9, Q35, and s vi models sound awesome too. Very good brand, and very affordable.

 

Tmall (Taobao) is a very good place to see the newest models released by date on many of these brands. This is AWEI's page.

http://awei.tmall.com/search.htm?spm=a1z10.3.w4011-3690958571.79.nVrhH8&mid=w-3690958571-0&search=y&orderType=newOn_desc&tsearch=y


Edited by bhazard - 10/29/13 at 8:38am
post #41 of 11481
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Moe-SS01 review:

http://headfonics.com/2013/11/the-ss01-b-iem-by-moe/

 

I have a pair on the way.

post #42 of 11481

The Awei ES800's I had and praised stopped working after about 4 hours. Left channel just went out. Driver flex I think. Disappointing, I was really starting to like them.

post #43 of 11481
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Moe-SS01 review:

http://headfonics.com/2013/11/the-ss01-b-iem-by-moe/

 

I have a pair on the way.

nice hope to hear your impressions on this - I was quite surprised by them once i got the fit right.

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The MOE SS01 is remarkably good for its price.

Unfortunately, I couldn't compare it directly against the FXT90, but I don't remember the FXT90 being this good. For $60, the SQ is really good. I can't say the same about the looks, though.

 


 

In other news, this is an Ostry KC06:

 

http://www.ostry.com.cn/

 

Don't ask me how it sounds, I don't know. That isn't my photo.

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Sunrise Audio is from Vietnam actually

Sunrise Audio is from China, they were known before to be a company from Vietnam because the first distributor was an investor from Vietnam. I have met the CEO/owner of Sunrise Audio a few times already and thats what he told me. Their factory is in Dongguan Guangdong. Now they are known in China as Sunrise Hi-Fi or simply Sunrise. Here's the link of their website http://www.sunrise-hifi.com/web/index.asp . The following are their products:

 

IEMs: Impressive Edition, Excited, Joints

Earbuds: AS-Feeling2, SWD2(Dragon), Charm3

AMP/DAC:  Whale-AM1, RAY-DAP1, Dolphin AM-P1


Edited by airomjosh - 11/4/13 at 6:29am
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