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In the Moe shipment from Taobao, I also ordered the T114 model from a company in Taiwan called Tiinlab. I've heard absolutely nothing about this company, but they make some big claims about excellent SQ in their $60 IEM. We shall see.

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Another from China and this time a company engaged in the production of CIEM. The company's name is LISOUND. Here's the link of their website http://www.lisoundearphone.com/_d1479.htm . More to come, I'm still digging...


Edited by airomjosh - 11/4/13 at 6:42am
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We'll be digging forever. There are so many brands that its almost impossible to list them all, but it won't stop me from trying.

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We'll be digging forever. There are so many brands that its almost impossible to list them all, but it won't stop me from trying.

Keep up the good work. The day we have tried them all we can stop hanging on head-fi......
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Keep up the good work. The day we have tried them all we can stop hanging on head-fi......

LG and the Quadbeat 2's are technically Asian. I should add them as well.

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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.

 

I could care less about looks. I'm a price/performance value seeker at heart, and like to make the unknown, known.

 

Those Ostry look intriguing for ~$55. Just placed a Taobao order. Now the month long wait on all of them. I should be getting last month's orders around now :)


Edited by bhazard - 11/4/13 at 8:32am
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I could care less about looks. I'm a price/performance value seeker at heart, and like to make the unknown,

How about the Somic L2 then. Kind of goofy looking but I'm intrigued....
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How about the Somic L2 then. Kind of goofy looking but I'm intrigued....

 

It can't produce anything under 100Hz. How would you like an IEM with no bass at all?

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It can't produce anything under 100Hz. How would you like an IEM with no bass at all?

Not very much. Have you heard it? Thanks for saving me from making an mistake with them.
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It can't produce anything under 100Hz. How would you like an IEM with no bass at all?

The L4 is the balanced armature one with that freq response. I doubt it actually drops off that badly under 100hz, but I don't want to spend the money to find out. The MH407 is crazy good though, better than the MeElectronics A161P.

 

The whole "London" line just seems like a pricier version of their normal IEMs focused on fashion instead of SQ.

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Somic London L2:



 




Item specifics




is_customized:



Yes



Style:



In-Ear



Brand Name:



SOMIC



Connectors:



3.5mm



Package:



Yes



Use:



Portable Media Player



Function:



Noise Cancelling



Communication:



Wired



Model Number:



L2






Product Description




Product type: dynamic headphones



Wear way: in



Function: HiFi headphones



Unit diameter: 8mm



Frequency range: 20-20000Hz



Output impedance: 16 ohm



Sensitivity: 90¬†¬Ī 3dB



The earphone plug plug: 3.5mm



 



Edited by peter123 - 11/4/13 at 9:01am
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 Technical Data and Specification of HD 800

Article No. 500319

 
Wearing style Headband
Color silver
Frequency response (headphones) 14 - 44100 Hz (- 3 dB)
Frequency response 6 ‚Äď 51000 Hz (- 10 dB)
THD, total harmonic distortion ‚ȧ0.02 % (1kHz/1Vrms)
Contact pressure 3.4 N (¬Ī 0.3 N) approx.
Jack plug 1/4" (6.3 mm) stereo
Cable length 3 m
Weight Without cable: 330 g
Nominal impedance 300 ő©

People can make the strangest of claims.

 

That beign said, I can't knock it until I've tried it (the Somics that is)

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Those specs sure had something happened to them when I pasted them, they almost filled the whole page:)

TwinQY: You are right about specs being far from the truth very often that's why I wonder if Hal Rockwell has heard them or red something about them making the statement that he did. I for one have not been able to find much information about them.
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I didn't hear them but it makes sense for a cheap BA IEM to have no bass

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I would still like to know the source of that statement though.

 

Unless it is a ballpark estimate.

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