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post #2041 of 6974

I believe UM waiting period is much longer than JHA.  So, I don't even look at the UM.

It's an opinion.

 

:biggrin:

post #2042 of 6974
They are about 4 months or more. And you can call jh audio. .
post #2043 of 6974

Well it's good that you're still civil about the matter even though you're disappointed with the delivery time. Even as a subscriber to this thread I don't mind reading someone initially expressing their thoughts in a civil manner, but I'm just tired of reading the dwelling and the moaning on subsequent follow up posts. The thread is long enough as it is.

 

As Currawong said  even though the wait is long, it's merely a blip in the longevity of the product once in your hands. I actually had a worse experience with another CIEM maker doing a global promo. It ended up being more than 6 months before I got my product. Even then, I didn't rant as it wasn't going to speed it up.

post #2044 of 6974

Anyway, -BACK- to the product itself, so far I'm finding the Roxannes to be in it's own way revealing. Even though I find the low-to-mid trebles rather neutral, the upper trebles (above 10kHz? 12kHz?) seem to be ever so slightly more forward extend quite far and is prominent enough for me to pick up tiny nuances in some of the hires tracks I have - (e.g. the clicks in some of the DSD -> PCM converted tracks that make it sound like I'm listening to vinyl).

 

I've pretty much immersed myself into these earphones for 1/2 the week already and enjoying them quite a bit. At some point I'll need to switch back to my regular IEM compare the differences.

post #2045 of 6974
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

Anyway, -BACK- to the product itself, so far I'm finding the Roxannes to be in it's own way revealing. Even though I find the low-to-mid trebles rather neutral, the upper trebles (above 10kHz? 12kHz?) seem to be ever so slightly more forward extend quite far and is prominent enough for me to pick up tiny nuances in some of the hires tracks I have - (e.g. the clicks in some of the DSD -> PCM converted tracks that make it sound like I'm listening to vinyl).

I've pretty much immersed myself into these earphones for 1/2 the week already and enjoying them quite a bit. At some point I'll need to switch back to my regular IEM compare the differences.

Is their more detail then the jh13/16's?
post #2046 of 6974
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Is their more detail then the jh13/16's?

 

I actually have not heard the JH13s or 16s - ok  that's a lie. I did hear them last year for 2 mins so I kinda discount that as proper listening so for all practical purposes, I don't know the JH13/16s at all.

post #2047 of 6974
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

Anyway, -BACK- to the product itself, so far I'm finding the Roxannes to be in it's own way revealing. Even though I find the low-to-mid trebles rather neutral, the upper trebles (above 10kHz? 12kHz?) seem to be ever so slightly more forward extend quite far and is prominent enough for me to pick up tiny nuances in some of the hires tracks I have - (e.g. the clicks in some of the DSD -> PCM converted tracks that make it sound like I'm listening to vinyl).

I've pretty much immersed myself into these earphones for 1/2 the week already and enjoying them quite a bit. At some point I'll need to switch back to my regular IEM compare the differences.

Great initial imptessions, I'll try to compare with my JH13s tomorrow smily_headphones1.gif
post #2048 of 6974
I would greatly appreciate that . To me the jh13 is my ref CIEM . As have many others and they all have there purpose the 13 is te ref I use as abase to start from .

Al. D
post #2049 of 6974
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

I actually have not heard the JH13s or 16s - ok  that's a lie. I did hear them last year for 2 mins so I kinda discount that as proper listening so for all practical purposes, I don't know the JH13/16s at all.

From the demo I tried comparing to my JH16. The detail resolution is somewhat or par the only obvious difference to me is the Roxanne has much cleaner tone on the highs and there seems to be a bit more extension.
post #2050 of 6974
Anyone else see that their will be 9 model's in the Siren series over the next few year's and the Roxanne is only really using 2 of the 4 pins in the new connector. Sounds like JH Audio has a lot on the drawing board
Edited by AudioNirvana - 12/25/13 at 8:03pm
post #2051 of 6974
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Anyone else see that their will be 9 model's in the Siren series over the next few year's and the Roxanne is only really using 2 of the 4 pins in the new connector. Sounds like JH Audio has a lot on the drawing board

 

The Roxanne is the flagship in the Siren Series :)

post #2052 of 6974
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The Roxanne is the flagship in the Siren Series smily_headphones1.gif

To early to tell for sure but it will definitely be a great IEM smily_headphones1.gif
post #2053 of 6974
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To early to tell for sure but it will definitely be a great IEM smily_headphones1.gif

I mean, Jerry said already that it was the flagship...

post #2054 of 6974
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I mean, Jerry said already that it was the flagship...

I must have missed that. Thanks for telling me. I makes it easier to buy knowing its not going to be outdated in 3 months lol
post #2055 of 6974

I bet that future siren products will be meant to replace the lower tier iems in the range and the current JH/number products will be slowly phased out.

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