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post #6061 of 8068
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I already have 6 spare batteries... looks like I'll be buying a couple more.
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post #6062 of 8068
I have similar results, but with one device is difficult tested it. How much is weight (best in grams) of yours Samsung batteries? I found info, that fakes are lighter then original.
post #6063 of 8068

Where do you guys purchase these original Samsung batteries?

 

Are they the exact same size as the stock one?

 

Thanks.

post #6064 of 8068

I have an original Samsung battery that came with my Galaxy 3. I've been using my Anker 2200mwh batteries with the DX90, the stock battery is my backup phone battery now. I will see if I can hear anything diff with the Samsung vs Anker...

post #6065 of 8068

I've ordered a original Samsung battery today to see if it makes any difference with my RE-272's and HD600's. I'll get it tomorrow and I'll share my thoughts with you.

post #6066 of 8068
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Originally Posted by T.R.A.N.C.E. View Post

I found the same thing, my Samsung battery (Cell made in Japan, Assembled in China) is much better than stock:

Highs have more detail but at the same time are less harsh than stock battery, the highs are smooth and airy, (the harsh highs of the stock battery actually blur the treble detail). Also the bass extends very noticeably deeper than stock battery and the sound stage is ever so slightly more open.

These sound observations led me to believe that the Samsung battery may quite well have a lower internal impedance than the stock battery.

Exactly i concur. Beautifully described.
post #6067 of 8068
The difference is night and day. And in a good way. So go ahead with the Samsung battery you wont be disappointed.

Regarding the purchase its readily available in India. Try ebay.in
post #6068 of 8068
Quote:
Originally Posted by pauldgroot View Post

I've ordered a original Samsung battery today to see if it makes any difference with my RE-272's and HD600's. I'll get it tomorrow and I'll share my thoughts with you.

Do me a favor, ask your second half, friend whoever to put the battery in without telling you then see if there is any difference, ask the other party to note which one was in. This will remove any bias you might have putting the battery in.
post #6069 of 8068
Hi guys, am new here.
Dont know so much about in ear headphones.
and its a kind of offtopic question.
am interested in the ibasso dx90 and the sennheiser ie800.
saw these 2 have different frequencies.

Ibasso dx90 = 17hz - 20khz
sennheiser ie 800= 5hz -45000 khz

Is the sennheiser ie800 overkill for the ibasso dx90?
Will it benefit the frequencie of the sennheiser ie800?

Thanks
post #6070 of 8068
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Originally Posted by dimitrios007 View Post

Hi guys, am new here.
Dont know so much about in ear headphones.
and its a kind of offtopic question.
am interested in the ibasso dx90 and the sennheiser ie800.
saw these 2 have different frequencies.

Ibasso dx90 = 17hz - 20khz
sennheiser ie 800= 5hz -45000 khz

Is the sennheiser ie800 overkill for the ibasso dx90?
Will it benefit the frequencie of the sennheiser ie800?

Thanks

 

The human spectrum of hearing does not really go as low as 5hz or as high as 45khz - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hearing_range

So your question wouldn't actually be a question if you get what I mean :o

 

Welcome to Head-fi!


Edited by philiptw - 6/12/14 at 10:51am
post #6071 of 8068
Quote:
Originally Posted by dimitrios007 View Post

Hi guys, am new here.
Dont know so much about in ear headphones.
and its a kind of offtopic question.
am interested in the ibasso dx90 and the sennheiser ie800.
saw these 2 have different frequencies.

Ibasso dx90 = 17hz - 20khz
sennheiser ie 800= 5hz -45000 khz

Is the sennheiser ie800 overkill for the ibasso dx90?
Will it benefit the frequencie of the sennheiser ie800?

Thanks


Shouldn't be a problem at all - 99% of the population (or thereabouts) can't hear a thing above 20khz. If you use the search function in this thread, you can enter IE800 into the search window and possibly find an impression or two from users who have tried them together. I've only heard the IE800, but I'm going to go out on a limb and predict that they will be sound awfully good together. Take everything you read with a grain of salt and definitely read a number of impressions before you spend a lot of money (unless you like to play head-fi roulette). Best of luck, and as is customary to say here, sorry about your wallet.

post #6072 of 8068

Where is our 64bit driver!!!?!? I'm such an impatient person.

post #6073 of 8068
Quote:
Originally Posted by pachoo5 View Post
 

Where is our 64bit driver!!!?!? I'm such an impatient person.

 

Dont worry brotha... I'm with u... I even ordered a nice USB cable in preparation for it and its already here ahah!

post #6074 of 8068

Waiting here too...really want to sell my dragonfly and use the dx90 at work!

post #6075 of 8068

Myself and two others have dx90 and ie800 and find it a great combo.Here's a small review http://blog.naver.com/PostView.nhn?blogId=luric&logNo=220008630504&redirect=Dlog&widgetTypeCall=true

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