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Mine are on their way from Korea.

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mine 2 :)

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Vwinter, Shotgunshane, UnityisPower and Gnarlsagan have been chosen for my LGQ2 tour, that's right, I will have my pair on a mini-tour!

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I plan on picking up a pair in the next week or two. Still sampling the QB1 at the moment...late to the game haha. Interested in hearing other's impressions though!
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Modulor I might be able to add you, PM me.
Edited by Inks - 10/25/13 at 1:17pm
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Quadbeat 2 vs mh1c, please? Which one is bassier? The mh1c is way too bassy for me.  The overall sound of the mh1c feels a bit compressed to me, i think it's lack air in the mids, but i like the highs, very well extended without harshness.


Edited by rhiga - 10/25/13 at 2:37pm
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Quadbeat 2 vs mh1c, please? Which one is bassier? The mh1c is way too bassy for me.  The overall sound of the mh1c feels a bit compressed to me, i think it's lack air in the mids, but i like the highs, very well extended without harshness.

Apparently there are batch deviations in the mh1c. Sounds like I had the same as you. I could reduce bass 12db's and it was still a little bassy.
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Apparently there are batch deviations in the mh1c. Sounds like I had the same as you. I could reduce bass 12db's and it was still a little bassy.

 

I don't know about a batch deviation, but I do know that the MH1 and MH1c do have a different signature due to changes in acoustic resistance.  The MH1 is a much more balanced earphone.

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I don't know about a batch deviation, but I do know that the MH1 and MH1c do have a different signature due to changes in acoustic resistance.  The MH1 is a much more balanced earphone.

The differences are slight, but you're right about the MH1.  Definitely needs a re-cable though :p

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Hmmm I have an Optimus G Pro, which just happens to have the first LG QuadBeat Pro...

I like the LG Quadbeat, with its nice, open soundstage and slight v shaped sound signature

 

And with the hype here about the LG Quadbeat 2, curious to try it as well

Gonna ask my friend with a LG G2 to loan me his Quadbeat 2 (which comes with the LG G2) for an extended listening session to get some initial impressions

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I got a pair if the qb2 that came with the lg g2. these are very good, even beating the mid-high ranged priced iems. very good at picking out micro details. the probable flaws are the bit mid bass and bass could have been more "layered".
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I got a pair if the qb2 that came with the lg g2. these are very good, even beating the mid-high ranged priced iems. very good at picking out micro details. the probable flaws are the bit mid bass and bass could have been more "layered".

Have you ever heard a Hifiman RE0? How about the treble quality in these and can you compare to the other iems you have? Do you think there is a significant mid bass bloat that muddies the midrange on Lg qb2? Your help will be much appreciated.


Edited by ozkan - 10/28/13 at 12:29am
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Have you ever heard a Hifiman RE0? How about the treble quality in these and can you compare to the other iems you have? Do you think there is a significant mid bass bloat that muddies the midrange on Lg qb2? Your help will be much appreciated.

I have both the re0 and reZero. imo, they are in the same sound signature group as the etymotic, which aims to be so detailed and crisp that it may sound unnatural at times. the qb2 is what I would say most iems makers are trying to achieve now, by putting different types of drivers to cover most bases from highs to mids to lows. the qb2 does almost everything right for a single driver, except for the slight mid bass bias. don't worry about the mid bass, its very slight only and doesn't affect the overall presentation much. I have the jvc frd80 as well, and I think the qb2 is clearer.
Edited by DigDub - 10/29/13 at 8:14am
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Thank you very much DigDub.

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