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Originally Posted by Tarnum View Post
 

Has anyone tried the LG GS-100, the IEM that LG released after Quadbeat 2 ? 

It takes 10$ more than Quadbeat 2 but give more resolution and huge sound-stage.
It's not really balance style like Quadbeat series but sound-stage and clarity make me enjoy this IEM more than Quadbeat 1 SE and Quadbeat 2.   


I have the GS100 since april. Yes, it has big soundstage, the sound is very close to you, and it's very detailed, BUT I don't recommend these 2 anyone who is sensitive to treble. It took my brain 1,5-2 months to get used to the treble boost, and I still find it a bit bright. I felt many times, i give up, and smash them, because of the metallic sounding treble.

post #377 of 380
Agree regarding the GS100. The soundstage is pretty great and it's super v shaped. I like them better than the pistons for example. But the mids are sucked out and it does sound tinny and thin at times. Harsher than the Superlux highs. Need EQ to sound warm and pleasant. Quadbeats are perfect for me out of the box.
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Quadbeat2 Soecial Edition anyone?
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I asked a Korean seller, which said the only difference between the Quadbeat 2 (HSS-F530) and Quadbeat 2 Special Edition (HSS-F531) is the red colored logo on the housing. They sound the same. The HSS-F531 seems to be limited to 6000 pieces.

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Thanks for the info. The reason I asked is because the Quadbeat 1 and Quadbeat 1 Special Edition actually sounds different.

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