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post #46 of 63
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post
 

I am not getting them all...I did not win the lottery and besides, having so many is useless...having 3 or 4 in total is the most I can do and still listen to them all...so....decisions decisions.

 

Oh, OK. For a moment, I thought you wanted to start competing with Average_Joe!

post #47 of 63
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Thanks again. I have continue asking and another friend has also a custom made model. Don´t remenber the brand, gernan one i think, but will see it tomorrow.

post #48 of 63
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I have good news!!! Yesterday i had the opportunity to test de Final Audio Piano Forte in a store.I thought it was impossible but they had one they cleaned with cotton and alcohol for demo.

I liked them very very much!! They were conected to a Astell & Kern 120 and HD music.

The only problem the weight and the noice canceling but the sound was amazing.The best i have heard.

Now the next problem. How important is the noice canceling? When you hearr hours…  is it better to have the hear closed or open?

post #49 of 63
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Originally Posted by jorge manuel View Post
 

I have good news!!! Yesterday i had the opportunity to test de Final Audio Piano Forte in a store.I thought it was impossible but they had one they cleaned with cotton and alcohol for demo.

I liked them very very much!! They were conected to a Astell & Kern 120 and HD music.

The only problem the weight and the noice canceling but the sound was amazing.The best i have heard.

Now the next problem. How important is the noice canceling? When you hearr hours…  is it better to have the hear closed or open?

Noise canceling is only important if it's noisy around you so you turn the volume up so you can hear your music - that will make you go deaf in the long term.

 

Other than that it may be slightly better for your ear health if the IEMs don't seal which I believe is the case with Final Audio, unsealed means the ear can breathe as it would if you weren't wearing IEMs at all.  Some people supposedly get ear infections from wearing sealed ones too much, but it must be quite rare as I've yet to hear of a case on head-fi...

post #50 of 63
if you want to listen on the go in the streets, the absence of isolation (not noise cancelation, that is generally an active process) will certainly be a problem. But if you listen mostly at home or the office in a quiet environment, then it is less of an issue. Nobody can know that except yourself.
post #51 of 63
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Hi,

 

Thanks!! Yes use and place will be the office and the eviroment noice is mixed.. normally not very loud.

The good think is that i can hear music for hours..

post #52 of 63

IE800 for me. Best MID's ever and very comfortable.

post #53 of 63
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How is the noice cancelling in this model?

post #54 of 63

Its got to be that lady who stands by the streetlight, selling her body to the night, despite protestations from her beau. 12 ba's in each bud? It don't get better than that.

post #55 of 63
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Its got to be that lady who stands by the streetlight, selling her body to the night, despite protestations from her beau. 12 ba's in each bud? It don't get better than that.
Number of drivers and SQ are not related
post #56 of 63

+1 :rolleyes:

post #57 of 63
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post


Number of drivers and SQ are not related

I know, i was jesting a tad. Going the opposite end, well done the senn ie800 for chugging it out with such a puny dynamic...6mm was it?

post #58 of 63
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Originally Posted by Jackson 6 View Post

I know, i was jesting a tad. Going the opposite end, well done the senn ie800 for chugging it out with such a puny dynamic...6mm was it?
Ok sorry...not so obvious as many people on hf say this sort of thing seriously...
post #59 of 63
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i have bought them. Will arrive tomorrow. tic tac tic tac 

post #60 of 63
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Originally Posted by jorge manuel View Post
 

i have bought them. Will arrive tomorrow. tic tac tic tac 


Hello

 

Let us know your experience with them.

 

I have  ATH CKS55BK and House of Marley Freedom EMFE010 SM.  Both are really good and you can find them less than 40$ with free shipment.

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