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post #1936 of 8278
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Originally Posted by bmichels View Post

Looks like TUR-06 and Roxane do pair well together ? Isn't the TUR " too powerfull" ? Any idea of the TU-05 with the Roxane ?

 

Nope for the 1st, no idea for the 2nd. Don't own a TU-05b.

post #1937 of 8278
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

So I'm doing a little listening, after lunch with friends, at my local Starbucks and doing the little critical listening difference between my HM-901 & ZX1 trying to pick up differences in the bass extension and decay, treble extension and any sibilance or peaks using Jeff Buckley's Hallelujah & Eagles' (Live) Hotel California.



Whilst writing my notes the DAP rolled to the next track, something I never really listen to - Rammstein's Du Hast and that just grabbed me. The Roxanne's were just rockin' with this track. I've completely gotten off critical listening & just enjoying this IEM with a different genre of music. Naturally I'll need to listen to these tracks with my regular IEM later in the week.



I may need to explore my genre a little more with these IEMs and expand beyond my normal test tracks.

 



Nice, looking forward for more impressions. By the way, in which bass level you set the Roxanne while listening to Rammstein's Du hast?
post #1938 of 8278
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Originally Posted by spook76 View Post


I cannot say it would be better as the JH method may be more organic and natural versus an EQ. But all things being equal an EQ would give you greater control of the sound.
 

 

Thanks for your kind input. 

post #1939 of 8278
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Originally Posted by headwhacker View Post
 
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

So I'm doing a little listening, after lunch with friends, at my local Starbucks and doing the little critical listening difference between my HM-901 & ZX1 trying to pick up differences in the bass extension and decay, treble extension and any sibilance or peaks using Jeff Buckley's Hallelujah & Eagles' (Live) Hotel California.



Whilst writing my notes the DAP rolled to the next track, something I never really listen to - Rammstein's Du Hast and that just grabbed me. The Roxanne's were just rockin' with this track. I've completely gotten off critical listening & just enjoying this IEM with a different genre of music. Naturally I'll need to listen to these tracks with my regular IEM later in the week.



I may need to explore my genre a little more with these IEMs and expand beyond my normal test tracks.

 

Nice, looking forward for more impressions. By the way, in which bass level you set the Roxanne while listening to Rammstein's Du hast?
 

I'm going to be honest that I actually don't know. I'll need to talk to Currawong again on the available settings on the units. Basically not changed since Jerry/Corbyn passed it to us after the show (but they did reset it first before handing to us) - no it's not on the minimal setting (nor max).

post #1940 of 8278

"the Roxanne sounded warm, with treble that seemed slightly pulled back. All the detail was there however. I couldn't understand why, so I asked Jerry about it afterwards. He said that the treble on the Roxannes was designed to be flat and neutral, with no peaks unlike other IEMs such as the JH13" source: http://www.headphiles.org/index.php?t=msg&goto=269719&



seems like i will pass on the Roxxane :< and wait for the next Serin series or go for another CIEM for now, glad that i didn't pre order.

 

post #1941 of 8278
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

So I'm doing a little listening, after lunch with friends, at my local Starbucks and doing the little critical listening difference between my HM-901 & ZX1 trying to pick up differences in the bass extension and decay, treble extension and any sibilance or peaks using Jeff Buckley's Hallelujah & Eagles' (Live) Hotel California.

Whilst writing my notes the DAP rolled to the next track, something I never really listen to - Rammstein's Du Hast and that just grabbed me. The Roxanne's were just rockin' with this track. I've completely gotten off critical listening & just enjoying this IEM with a different genre of music. Naturally I'll need to listen to these tracks with my regular IEM later in the week.

I may need to explore my genre a little more with these IEMs and expand beyond my normal test tracks.
try some edm, its toe tapping good!
post #1942 of 8278
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

*snip*

Whilst writing my notes the DAP rolled to the next track, something I never really listen to - Rammstein's Du Hast and that just grabbed me. The Roxanne's were just rockin' with this track. I've completely gotten off critical listening & just enjoying this IEM with a different genre of music. Naturally I'll need to listen to these tracks with my regular IEM later in the week.

I may need to explore my genre a little more with these IEMs and expand beyond my normal test tracks.

Rammstein "hast" you now I guess xD
post #1943 of 8278
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

So I'm doing a little listening, after lunch with friends, at my local Starbucks and doing the little critical listening difference between my HM-901 & ZX1 trying to pick up differences in the bass extension and decay, treble extension and any sibilance or peaks using Jeff Buckley's Hallelujah & Eagles' (Live) Hotel California.

Whilst writing my notes the DAP rolled to the next track, something I never really listen to - Rammstein's Du Hast and that just grabbed me. The Roxanne's were just rockin' with this track. I've completely gotten off critical listening & just enjoying this IEM with a different genre of music. Naturally I'll need to listen to these tracks with my regular IEM later in the week.

I may need to explore my genre a little more with these IEMs and expand beyond my normal test tracks.

Anakchan...do me favor, I know it's short listening but can you try with the classical music too?

 

Thanks for million :L3000:

post #1944 of 8278

Mine is shipping today or tomorrow!

post #1945 of 8278
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Originally Posted by VisceriousZERO View Post
 

Mine is shipping today or tomorrow!


again???:confused_face_2:  Did they send you a tracking number this time?  The last time you said something about yours shipping it sent the thread into a twirl...:biggrin:

 

Oh and BTW, My FedEx account has shown a tracking number for mine since Dec 4th with an expected delivery Dec 6th. So, about now, I'll believe it when they show up...:blink:

post #1946 of 8278
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Originally Posted by bearFNF View Post
 


again???:confused_face_2:  Did they send you a tracking number this time?  The last time you said something about yours shipping it sent the thread into a twirl...:biggrin:

 

Oh and BTW, My FedEx account has shown a tracking number for mine since Dec 4th with an expected delivery Dec 6th. So, about now, I'll believe it when they show up...:blink:

 

I asked this time and they really said it was today or tomorrow, I'll post if I get my shipping info xD

 

Sorry about last time I was TOO EXCITED. But they did start shipping right?

post #1947 of 8278
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Originally Posted by VisceriousZERO View Post
 

 

I asked this time and they really said it was today or tomorrow, I'll post if I get my shipping info xD

 

Sorry about last time I was TOO EXCITED. But they did start shipping right?

 

Hasn't been confirmed by anyone yet.  As far as I can tell they are still working on it.

post #1948 of 8278
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Originally Posted by bearFNF View Post
 

 

Hasn't been confirmed by anyone yet.  As far as I can tell they are still working on it.

Okay then, I'll keep quiet for now :popcorn:

post #1949 of 8278
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Originally Posted by Shini44 View Post

"the Roxanne sounded warm, with treble that seemed slightly pulled back. All the detail was there however. I couldn't understand why, so I asked Jerry about it afterwards. He said that the treble on the Roxannes was designed to be flat and neutral, with no peaks unlike other IEMs such as the JH13" source: http://www.headphiles.org/index.php?t=msg&goto=269719&




seems like i will pass on the Roxxane :< and wait for the next Serin series or go for another CIEM for now, glad that i didn't pre order.


 

Seems it's been said many times the Roxanne is a darker sound than the JH13/16.
post #1950 of 8278
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Originally Posted by matthewh133 View Post


Seems it's been said many times the Roxanne is a darker sound than the JH13/16.

 

Huh, laid back highs?

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