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Is this the updated one?

 

No, it's this one:

 

http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=a1z10.3.w4002-218018788.34.hDpwOu&id=36464105702

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The brand list in the first post of the thread has gotten pretty long. There has to be a way to organize it more efficiently. Any ideas?

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The brand list in the first post of the thread has gotten pretty long. There has to be a way to organize it more efficiently. Any ideas?

If you have any ideas that can be implemented nice and easy in the quickest amount of time, I'm all for it. I'd rather it be visible here than through a hyperlink. Between work and home, I have very little time aside from posting quick updates here and there.

 

Spent more time with the ISK HP-580 and SEM6. I can say for sure, that they beat anything Superlux has to offer, and I love Superlux. The 580 just has a nice mix of clear bass and treble that you don't find in $20 headphones.

 

The SEM6 is a little pricey at ~$36, but the triple flanges it comes with really helps with isolation. They can be a bit of a pain to insert and get a seal sometimes. The SQ.. while leaning toward the warm side, is very, very good.

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The HAVI B3 is out for delivery, although I won't be able to sign for it. Should have it tomorrow.

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The HAVI B3 is out for delivery, although I won't be able to sign for it. Should have it tomorrow.

Bhazard. I'm about 99% sure that the SoundSOUL U10 is a rebrand of the Moxpad X3. I knew I recognized them from somewhere. Someone in the discovery thread brought them up during the whole Corecool FOTM phase. http://www.amazon.com/Soundsoul-Sport-Noise-isolating-Headphones-Memory/dp/B00F2C3QH0/
Edited by Vain III - 12/16/13 at 1:30pm
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Bhazard. I'm about 99% sure that the SoundSOUL U10 is a rebrand of the Moxpad X3. I knew I recognized them from somewhere. Someone in the discovery thread brought them up during the whole Corecool FOTM phase. http://www.amazon.com/Soundsoul-Sport-Noise-isolating-Headphones-Memory/dp/B00F2C3QH0/

 

I'm more 90%. The specs are just slightly different, the Moxpad has the mic cable and better accessories, and both companies are located in different areas (SoundSoul in Shenzhen, Moxpad (Mogang) in Guangzhou City.

 

They may actually be different. Quite a few negative reviews on the build quality on the Soundsoul as well.


Edited by bhazard - 12/16/13 at 1:49pm
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Bhazard. I'm about 99% sure that the SoundSOUL U10 is a rebrand of the Moxpad X3. I knew I recognized them from somewhere. Someone in the discovery thread brought them up during the whole Corecool FOTM phase. http://www.amazon.com/Soundsoul-Sport-Noise-isolating-Headphones-Memory/dp/B00F2C3QH0/


Nice, I think it was me and now that I have a sleek SA7 and am looking for possible cables I could not remember it was SoundSoul. Thanks, I was searching Amazon for them but couldn't find them. Might get them but I am also waiting on the Somic MH415.

 

Look forward to the B3 impressions, bhazard. The HAVI looks like it will be one of the better ones at least from it's design.

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I'm more 90%. The specs are just slightly different, the Moxpad has the mic cable and better accessories, and both companies are located in different areas (SoundSoul in Shenzhen, Moxpad (Mogang) in Guangzhou City.

They may actually be different. Quite a few negative reviews on the build quality on the Soundsoul as well.

Yeah, you're probably right, but most of the reviews seem to indicate that the SQ is very good and ahead of it's price range. However, I'm not sure what I should make of that being no one but commoners (jking, jking) seem to be review them. I'll pick up a pair to test.
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There was an $8 used pair of the SoundSoul U10 on Amazon, so I bought them. We'll see how they sound!  I also have a pair of these coming this week...kkihmm1384482279915.jpg

Under the Stressless brand. I really liked the Stressless 508 so I had to try these for $9. The 508 are the Hisound E212 look-alike that I got about a year ago. Gifted them as a present but a little burn in and quick listen made me kinda not want to give them up:)

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You actually grabbed the pair I was just about to grab. So I'll sit back and wait until your review of the unit. biggrin.gif I guess I'll place my money into another basket as soon as I find out what that basket is going to be.
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No, it's this one:

 

http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=a1z10.3.w4002-218018788.34.hDpwOu&id=36464105702

Thanks.

Looks like I was buying from a different seller.

 

The KZ-A1 has made me believe in IEM's again.

Loving the bass. The highs have to be EQ'd down just a tad for me though.

Makes me want to try the KZ-RX. So I just ordered (non-"wheat" version, aka without headset).

 

Also ordered the Somic Milano M3 in gray.

Looking forward to hearing what Somic has to offer as it will be my first from them.

 

EDIT: Grammar


Edited by onlynormalone - 12/16/13 at 9:04pm
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Finally got the Somic MH463 yesterday. Everything said about them in the MH463 thread is spot on. Great sounding pair of open back headphones, with a nice amount of bass (boosted, but it helps because of the open back).

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Can anybody speak to the rest of the Awei line as they compare to the ES800M?

 

I really like the ES800M. Fun, big sound. Love the sturdy build, cables, everything is good. Except for the driver flex and pop. I saw another post that speculated on them not being vented properly. Is this a problem with any of their other phones (particularly the ES900?) and how do the others sound in relatiion to the ES800....THANKS.

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Can anybody speak to the rest of the Awei line as they compare to the ES800M?

 

I really like the ES800M. Fun, big sound. Love the sturdy build, cables, everything is good. Except for the driver flex and pop. I saw another post that speculated on them not being vented properly. Is this a problem with any of their other phones (particularly the ES900?) and how do the others sound in relatiion to the ES800....THANKS.

 

The 800 was one of the better ones. The Q versions sound good too, as well as the TE800i and VI versions.

 

For only about $10 more though, the Moxpad sounds much better in just about every way.

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