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post #16 of 27
Thread Starter 
Well, let me know how you like them, I think they're awesome smily_headphones1.gif
They arrived within 2 weeks in France.
post #17 of 27

I already auditioned the GR07 MK2 before and that's probably the best IEM I ever heard. I'll let you know once I test the GR07BE.

post #18 of 27

I just got my Vsonic GR07BE. They are quite good out of the box. Hope the soundstage and bass extension improves after burn-in. 

post #19 of 27
Thread Starter 

I didn't burn them in, but I used them for over 150hrs, and they are getting better, and less sibilant. 

post #20 of 27

My 'burn-in' is just using them normally.:ksc75smile:

post #21 of 27
Thread Starter 
My Gr07 already have a bad contact on the jack plug... They held 2 months... I going to try to fix them, but I expected a 130$ IEM pair to last longer. Otherwise they sound freaking awesome after ~300hrs!
post #22 of 27

I would expect something that costs $130 to last a lot longer than 2 month. My gr07 seems to be holding well. One of the forumers here recabled his GR07 on the GR07 appreciation thread but it is so expensive.

post #23 of 27
post #24 of 27
ppl need to use a tape to strengthen the wire near jack plus use ear guides all the time to be on safe side.

I even use brainwavz hard case that came with m3
post #25 of 27
Thread Starter 
I soldered a new jack, worked quite well... There earbuds are still amazing, just need to replace the jack every 3 months...I guess I use them too much, they are always in my pocket... I'll do as sardar said, I'll tape the new jack for safety.

Edit : forgot to say how they have gotten better over time! They are not sibilant at all anymore, it's just perfect! Amazing for this price, too! Thank you again @zamorin!
Edited by louis54000 - 4/21/14 at 2:34pm
post #26 of 27

First time for me it was the right IEM that went in 17 days, now in 10 months theres an open occurring near the jack.  Not gonna mess with it, getting a refund.  >.<

post #27 of 27

louis54000,

 

How did the jack break? Mine is still holding well. I store it in a hard shell case and I don't use them that often now.

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