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Do you know what the output imp is?

What iem,s do you use with it?

Or headphones?
post #1187 of 8306
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Originally Posted by ALRAINBOW View Post

Yes UNIQUE MELODY. Is one .i had my tg 334 made custom

Does UM change the connector pin or keep the original one?
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Originally Posted by ALRAINBOW View Post

Do you know what the output imp is?

What iem,s do you use with it?

Or headphones?

1.1 ohm

 

I use a ultimate ears ue900...

Sounds a bit warm... but its a huge improvement over a iPhone...

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I am surprised what iPhone do you have?
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How did they sound with the iPhone ?
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I am surprised what iPhone do you have?

iPhone 5

post #1192 of 8306
Ok I have the phone . How did it sound with the phone. As the review I just read puts the iem, on the warm side like what you are describing
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I'm new here, so I apologize. I'm studying and learning a lot, but not quick enough. How does the impedance affect IEM when choosing (or mating) a DAP or DAC/amp combo?

I'm number 11601 on the Roxanne torture list, ordered early November. At the moment I'm planning on using my iPhone 5, but I was shocked at how good the AK 120 sounded.

Thanks
Jeff
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I think we should get back to the topic...

But overall the ak10 made it sound fuller and warmer... but you wont get tha ak120 soundstage and details....

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Well I owm SE5 and NT6 and have the Roxanne on order, so 

 

... you're the living proof there is no "endgame" in this hobby.

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... you're the living proof there is no "endgame" in this hobby.
It's more a matter of character....with the SE5, NT6 and 1plus2 I have FAR MORE than I need for 2 lifetimes of listening...but the hunger to try new stuff has not left me.
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lololol, i thought my shure se 535 would last me for a long long time and then came the roxannes !!!

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using the se 535 shure , 

 

does one have an idea regarding the difference between the two in reference to sound ?

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Originally Posted by Tamz View Post

just changing tips on an universal iem varies sounds so much.

from my experience the same principles applies here fits greatly effects sound quality.
It is why we throw so much money on a pair of CIEM in the first place.

+1 Agree with this 100%. Universals no matter how good the tuning is always a challenge getting consistent performance due to the tips. Customs are very consistent as long as the fit is right.
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Originally Posted by liyzag1 View Post

using the se 535 shure , 

does one have an idea regarding the difference between the two in reference to sound ?

Unequalized, the se535 sound like $20 earbuds compared to my JH16s. I would imagine the Roxanne to be an even wider gap. The se535 can really redeem itself if you boost the lows and the highs, but out of the box there is no comparison at all.

Also,to answer a previous question, a headphone out with the lowest impedance possible will achieve an appropriate frequency response across the spectrum. In general, the higher the output impedance, the more the highs frequencies will be attenuated. It's best to maintain an impedance ratio between output and load of 1:8, which in the case of the Roxanne's, means your output impedance should be under 2 ohms for best performance.
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