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I bash overpriced IEMs, so I'm definitely not going to be recommending poor stuff around these parts. 

You did criticize the H200 which I really like. But it's cool mate, I do acknowledge its faults. Disagreements on how IEMs sound is a given.

Thanks for reviewing Quadbeats 2. Looking forward to a few more comparisons. If this is better than the carbo Basso I'm gonna be ecstatic!
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Oh oh oh, if successful hook me up with a set friend. :ksc75smile: I have stuff to trade if you are interested. ;)

 

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No pressure though. :)

Haha, wish me luck!  I may just go ahead and make a few pairs if it works out, but I'll let you know for sure.

 

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I bash overpriced IEMs, so I'm definitely not going to be recommending poor stuff around these parts. 

As always, thanks for your honesty - I agree and also appreciate a high performance to cost ratio.  I have the same sentiment about most things that are overpriced.  I tend to get a good bit of my gear used because of that so it's always nice to find a low cost, high value item from time to time.  It's also great that the likes of these and the MH1C are more accessible/mainstream (inexpensive, bundled with devices, etc.) and that people are getting fairly good quality headphones whether they know it or not :p 

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If it's better than GR07 BE, S2 and MH1, what chances does the RHA MA750 have? Still, very keen on the comparisons seeing looks wise they do look somewhat similar (albeit the stainless steel part) :D 

post #35 of 386

is it true that LG Quadbeat 2 plays at the level westone 4?

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is it true that LG Quadbeat 2 plays at the level westone 4?
I doubt it.
post #37 of 386

interesting thread

 

but i have a quick (maybe dumb) question, eq of 7db on the midbass is quite a bit!

 

this can easily be done on the computer (not sure what you use though) care to share?

 

i just use the itunes (not good but ehh what are you gonna do, all my musics there, and its convenient) 

 

but how would you do this on say an iphone/ itouch

 

i currently use a 32gb itouch first generation and i hate the preset eq on it, i want to customize it myself any recommendations?

 

they looks pretty nice too i'm still on the fence

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interesting thread

but i have a quick (maybe dumb) question, eq of 7db on the midbass is quite a bit!

this can easily be done on the computer (not sure what you use though) care to share?

i just use the itunes (not good but ehh what are you gonna do, all my musics there, and its convenient) 

but how would you do this on say an iphone/ itouch

i currently use a 32gb itouch first generation and i hate the preset eq on it, i want to customize it myself any recommendations?

they looks pretty nice too i'm still on the fence

An app like Equalizer from the App Store is probably your best bet. But not much new software will work on the old hardware. You can try though since apple has a new legacy software initiative going on in the App Store where they will let you download the last compatible version of the software for your version of iOS.
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post #39 of 386

Let's see how these compare. MH1C was basically useless because of the horrible cable.

Any known build quality issues?

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Let's see how these compare. MH1C was basically useless because of the horrible cable.

Any known build quality issues?

If it's anything like the QB1, the cable is significantly better than the MH1's j-style nonsense.  They should be fine in stock configuration in that regard, and there should be no problem wearing it over-ear.

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An app like Equalizer from the App Store is probably your best bet. But not much new software will work on the old hardware. You can try though since apple has a new legacy software initiative going on in the App Store where they will let you download the last compatible version of the software for your version of iOS.

thank you for your suggestion, i dunno if its just me but even when i eq it on that app it doesn't seem to change too much at all, compare to the apple presets, those are very obvious when u change the eq

 

well it was 2.99 down the drain for me =(

 

but these are getting hype from stock headsets? why couldn't this have come with my iphone 3gs (it had the old apple earbuds) =(

 

why is lg phones gettting such goodies

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An app like Equalizer from the App Store is probably your best bet. But not much new software will work on the old hardware. You can try though since apple has a new legacy software initiative going on in the App Store where they will let you download the last compatible version of the software for your version of iOS.

thank you for your suggestion, i dunno if its just me but even when i eq it on that app it doesn't seem to change too much at all, compare to the apple presets, those are very obvious when u change the eq

 

well it was 2.99 down the drain for me =(

 

but these are getting hype from stock headsets? why couldn't this have come with my iphone 3gs (it had the old apple earbuds) =(

 

why is lg phones gettting such goodies

Its like why do lumias come with such good cameras? Answer: they need to give people a reason to buy instead of the apple / samsung phone. Htc has sound, Motorola has battery life, Nokia has camera and LG has... headset?

post #43 of 386

So apparently no one else has heard quadbeats 2?

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So apparently no one else has heard quadbeats 2?

 

They're fairly new headphones and not widely available yet.

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I know that, just wanted owners to not forget to share their opinion.

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