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Originally Posted by mochillย View Post

Yes๐Ÿ˜Ž

Oh god it's you. No but seriously, do you have any experience with the T-Peos?
Edited by Hapster - 4/27/14 at 2:39pm
post #257 of 385
Nope but judging by the reviews this is better ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜Ž
post #258 of 385

Since they're a good $100 more, I wonder if it's better to compare the JVC HA-FX750 ($240) to the T-Peos H-300 ($275)

post #259 of 385
I know the are better ๐Ÿ˜‰
post #260 of 385
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Originally Posted by Hapsterย View Post

Oh god it's you. No but seriously, do you have any experience with the T-Peos?
I had both. Tpeos is very good, but jvc is equal to tpeos in bass (both are fabulous), but jvc is better everywhere else.
post #261 of 385
Jvc needs burn in period ๐Ÿ˜Ž....im using my x5 to burn it in and every day its sounding better and better ๐Ÿ˜
post #262 of 385
Mochill u getting dx90 too or u happy with x5. I didnt spend alot of time with x5, but dx90 is on another level imo
post #263 of 385
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Originally Posted by mikaveli06ย View Post


I had both. Tpeos is very good, but jvc is equal to tpeos in bass (both are fabulous), but jvc is better everywhere else.


Is that regarding the FX850 or 750?ย 

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The 750 is a lot closer in price to the H-300 Than the 850 is, so I'd "probably" be more likely to be getting the 750.


Edited by Hapster - 4/28/14 at 2:11pm
post #264 of 385

But yeah I'm still unsure on the 750s as I don't want to be left disappointed.ย 

I was just going off what james444 told me via PM:

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"Hi there, yes fit may be a concern in your case, since their housings are pretty large. Particularly if you like to wear them downwards. A friend of mine with smaller ears tried my FX850/750 and he had less issues with them over-ear. The nozzle is angled in a way that places the earpieces almost parallel to your ear in that case, and you don't have to fit the whole diameter of the housing. For some reason he even preferred the 850 over 750 for comfort.

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But downwards and small ears is potentially problematic, sorry to say."

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Out of all the IEMs I've used, the XBA-H1 was the only one that the housing size caused a problem. It hasn't been a problem with the SoundMAGIC E10, JVC HA-FX101, Xiaomi Piston or the Zero Audio Carbo Basso.

post #265 of 385
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Originally Posted by Hapsterย View Post


Is that regarding the FX850 or 750?ย 

The 750 is a lot closer in price to the H-300 Than the 850 is, so I'd "probably" be more likely to be getting the 750.
last I looked h300 was 275sh, but I was referring to the 850. Tpeos is right in middle of the 2 price wise I think
post #266 of 385
Was thinking about it but I was like nah no need for dx90๐Ÿ˜…
post #267 of 385
hey nobody tried that tip mod with the Sony Hybrids yet? The FX700 I owned earlier really shined after that tip mod, I wonder how it would sound with the FX850. Got an FX850 coming in tomorrow!! gonna find out soon enough..
post #268 of 385
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Originally Posted by kameenadesiย View Post

hey nobody tried that tip mod with the Sony Hybrids yet? The FX700 I owned earlier really shined after that tip mod, I wonder how it would sound with the FX850. Got an FX850 coming in tomorrow!! gonna find out soon enough..

no mod needed for my 850s...wouldnt change thing except i dont care for cable

post #269 of 385
blown away.

Its like an FX700, just 3x better.

By the way... I wasn't referring to the j444 mod.

The Sony Hybrid tip mod i'm talkin bout consists of literally bringing the driver/speaker closer to your ear.

So you basically cut HALF of the inside of a Sony Hybrid (THE PART THAT WRAPS AROUND THE BORE)

-Essentially, when you CUT that tiny piece off, and then put the sony hybrid tip back on, it brings the speaker closer (the best would be directly on the edge) to the edge of the tip. So there's no 'hollowness' inside the tip.

Its speaker to ear. Nothing in between.

IMO it brings the details forward. (mids/treble) and therefore balances out the bass with the rest of the spectrum.

its worth a try....
post #270 of 385
i currently have the JVC SZ2000 and FX850, wonderful tools. I could retire...
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