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post #1531 of 8305

BE careful with the TG if you like dub step or the heavy bass drums style its not the one to get.  but the mids are so sweet.  JH  has that bass on tap ..

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Originally Posted by ALRAINBOW View Post
 

BE careful with the TG if you like dub step or the heavy bass drums style its not the one to get.  but the mids are so sweet.  JH  has that bass on tap ..

Thanks for that. Noticed the Bass heaviness of the TG as well. It might be a bit heavy on bass, but it is well textured. Paired with those mids and smooth highs. It's a perfect combination for Euphonia. :gs1000smile:

post #1533 of 8305


it is powerful but if pushed hard its muddy where a jh is much better at the heavy stuff. but jh is not the only one for good clean bass there is the ones that make the Kaiser , what ever they do its clear and it moves you eardrums with power. makes you feel funny though.

post #1534 of 8305

noble audio is the other one.

post #1535 of 8305
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noble audio is the other one.

I actually find the K10 inferior to the 8C. 

post #1536 of 8305

I actually find the 8C inferior to the K10

post #1537 of 8305
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I actually find the 8C inferior to the K10

I really believe that we hear things differently.  It all boils down to our preferences.

post #1538 of 8305
Testing the k10 and 8c in 30 min time. Let see how it goes,
post #1539 of 8305
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Testing the k10 and 8c in 30 min time. Let see how it goes,

I'd love to hear this one please.

post #1540 of 8305
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Originally Posted by gerard14ph View Post

I really believe that we hear things differently.  It all boils down to our preferences.

I believe that if it is about preference then you shouldn't say that one is "inferior" to the other. Wrong choice of words there.
post #1541 of 8305
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I believe that if it is about preference then you shouldn't say that one is "inferior" to the other. Wrong choice of words there.

I should say 'less superior' then since it's like both of them are flagships.  It's just my own opinion after I heard both.

post #1542 of 8305

As I understand the comment , I do think its a strong opinion one that could hurt a person looking to buy one.  the only thing I can say is I own a heir 8A AND SINCE its the same BA,S  I am pretty sure of the bass is up to the standard as mine vibrate my ears like no other. like a kick drum in my ear canal clear .

post #1543 of 8305
8C sound too sharp for me, mid is very forward, bass is good but I prefer slightly lower. sound not as wide as MH334, not as relax for listening.

K10, too much bass for me and I find it affect the mid also make the mid bad.

My preference below
MH334>MH335>Roxanne>8C>K10

Got to compare again with fitear when Roxanne reach me.
post #1544 of 8305
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Originally Posted by stvc View Post

8C sound too sharp for me, mid is very forward, bass is good but I prefer slightly lower. sound not as wide as MH334, not as relax for listening.

K10, too much bass for me and I find it affect the mid also make the mid bad.

My preference below
MH334>MH335>Roxanne>8C>K10

Got to compare again with fitear when Roxanne reach me.

Hoping to hear your comparisons.

post #1545 of 8305
Don't trust my.. Test on your own I noob.
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