Originally Posted by MDH12AX7
Nice write-up d marc0! You are the hybrid king!!!!
Was the teabag filter subtle to your taste? I love it on my DN1000's, but only find it necessary on certian poorly recorded artists/tracks, so I usually just leave it off. I'm still looking for a more elequent way of applying or removing it. You are right, shallow insertion and wide-bore tips help mitigate it as well, so I might just leave it off and accept the fact that poorly recorded tracks sound harsh. It's not enough that I would trade the beautiful treble of the DN1000's for a darker sound signature to compensate. Any IEM with this much detail is gonna show the track's flaws.
Thank you! I only used foam because I find the teabag filter to reduce the upper treble and it is not good for the H-100j because of the treble roll-off. Some IEMs tho are better with the tea bag filter.
Originally Posted by sfwalcer
^ Another sweet write-up, you on FYRE meng!!!
Diggin' your clean style a lot, might have to swagger jack some of it for my next write-up. hoho
"Swagger Jack" - I love how you use eccentric words meng! You're definitely at a much higher level than me .
Thanks for the compliments.
Originally Posted by waynes world
Yup, great write-up d marc0! Thoroughly enjoyed it (especially since the H200 crushed it's spine lol). I also like how you insert your "Note" and "Please note" info - you're not leaving out a thing! Nice work.
Thanks Wayne! I'm still in the process of figuring out what format works well for me. I'm grateful for everyone's feedback because I believe in constructive criticism.