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How about the altone200😉...im guessing it will be awesome 😋
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How about the altone200😉...im guessing it will be awesome 😋
I'm on that wagon with you friend. looking forward to hearing this thing. I'm just hoping it's not too bright for my taste. I like a warmer signature.
post #4893 of 35473
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You mean the 8ohm impedance rating for the triple hybrid?

yes, it's odd, it's stated only to be 8 ohms in the Samsung site:

 

http://www.samsung.com/ca/consumer/mobile/mobile-phones/level/EO-IG900BBEGCA?subsubtype=level


Edited by SilverEars - 7/20/14 at 7:54pm
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Cogoo t02 is a tremendous value.

No, they don't compete with the likes of the kc06a or t1e, but they are probably one of the best headphones you'll ever experience for $7 usd shipped.

If you use them for what they are designed for, which is a great ergonomic fit and solid sound for working out, you won't be disappointed.

I took them along for my bike ride and they worked fantastically. Good isolation and minimal wind noise.

Sound is on part with phones in $35-$45 range, with solid punchy bass, and adequate midrange and treble that doesn't disappoint or leave you feeling like there's any major flaws.
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Originally Posted by LanceP11 View Post

The Samsung's might be great, but the fear I have with the Samsung is that they made the WORST dual dynamic IEM my ears ever had the displeasure of hearing, right along with the Mee M Duo and Dtaitech DT-SM01.

They come up with nice plan but may be the poor implementation,tuning,lack of expertise overall, tells that its still a far away affair to cope with current IEM trend.....

I wld buy Altone200 any given day to samsung's.......
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I'm on that wagon with you friend. looking forward to hearing this thing. I'm just hoping it's not too bright for my taste. I like a warmer signature.

Same here! Looking forward to how you find the highs.
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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post

Same here! Looking forward to how you find the highs.

+1. Would also like to know how you find the highs.
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Originally Posted by SilverEars View Post

yes, it's odd, it's stated only to be 8 ohms in the Samsung site:

http://www.samsung.com/ca/consumer/mobile/mobile-phones/level/EO-IG900BBEGCA?subsubtype=level

Yeah, to me,looks like they wanted these to be easily driven,even by a mere $2-$5 shuffle sized MP3 players....more of a mass market venture.
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Mines at Miami, so close but so far 😃
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What kind of music do you listen to? And how much bass do you need?


I listen to all kinds of music no specific genre. I currently own re262, ksc75, sm e30n and Baldoor E100 are on their way in shipping. I love the intimacy of vocals n soundstage of re262 whereas like thump n airy sound of ksc75.

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I listen to all kinds of music no specific genre. I currently own re262, ksc75, sm e30n and Baldoor E100 are on their way in shipping. I love the intimacy of vocals n soundstage of re262 whereas like thump n airy sound of ksc75.

Ah, I'm by far not the right person to advise you on that league. If you could only post your budget and let the professionals post their verdict wink.gif
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Ah, I'm by far not the right person to advise you on that league. If you could only post your budget and let the professionals post their verdict wink.gif


my budget is around $60-70.

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Originally Posted by Hisoundfi View Post

Cogoo t02 is a tremendous value.

No, they don't compete with the likes of the kc06a or t1e, but they are probably one of the best headphones you'll ever experience for $7 usd shipped.

If you use them for what they are designed for, which is a great ergonomic fit and solid sound for working out, you won't be disappointed.

I took them along for my bike ride and they worked fantastically. Good isolation and minimal wind noise.

Sound is on part with phones in $35-$45 range, with solid punchy bass, and adequate midrange and treble that doesn't disappoint or leave you feeling like there's any major flaws.

Old school bargain, kind of like the Monoprice sets.

 

I may give mine away the next time I sell an IEM as a gift.

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Check it out, I just got my kz ed special edition in the mail... Jkjk

I hope the housings don't rip the skin off of my ears, those things look like weapons.
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Just to clarify, this is the actual photo.

It looks sharp, speaking both fashionably and physically.

Going to order mine this week.

These are on aliexpress right now for $15 usd shipped.
Edited by Hisoundfi - 7/21/14 at 8:13am
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