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Originally Posted by kameenadesi View Post

sorry if i offended anyone with that last statement.... the FX850 is on a COMPLETELY different level of refinement, timbre, and bass quality compared to the Triple Fi 10
Haha didn't offend anyone smily_headphones1.gif
I was going to buy fx850 because I am sick of ue900 sound cutoff issue.

I think.I will still go with the purchase smily_headphones1.gif thanks!
post #317 of 412

Anybody notice how similar the frequency response is compared to the Sennheiser IE800's?

 

FX850

Frequency Response : 6 - 45,000 Hz
 
IE800
Frequency Response: 5 - 46,500 Hz

Edited by leadbythemelody - 5/21/14 at 6:52am
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Sennheiser goes to 5hz and 46.5k hz. Thanks for bringing this to light, now we have clear cut evidence the ie800 is far better.
post #319 of 412
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Originally Posted by Hapster View Post

Sennheiser goes to 5hz and 46.5k hz. Thanks for bringing this to light, now we have clear cut evidence the ie800 is far better.

LOL
post #320 of 412

I've never heard the IE800's but I don't think the frequency response range largely determines the level of sound quality (and sound signature), but the amplitude variation across the frequencies does. Just pointing out the ranges look very similar :). Can't wait!


Edited by leadbythemelody - 5/21/14 at 7:12am
post #321 of 412
http://m.soundcloud.com/ultimatemusic/ultimate-wonderland-original

If anyone's interested, this is the kinda stuff I listen to with these amazing jvc's.

perfect for trance music.
post #322 of 412
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Originally Posted by leadbythemelody View Post
 

... I don't think the frequency response range largely determines the level of sound quality (and sound signature)

You are right. In fact it means nothing at all.

post #323 of 412

Just got mine. Whoa...the bass. Subwoofer in my head!


Edited by leadbythemelody - 5/21/14 at 4:54pm
post #324 of 412

Bass-transients are really good, but the midrange and dat meaty BASS!! :0


Edited by leadbythemelody - 5/22/14 at 8:16am
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Violins and Cellos don't sound artificial anymore, so much air!

post #326 of 412
yeah!! my other IEMs sound congested now ever since i listened to the FX850!!!

i love the space (air?) between instruments, you can hear every instrument clearly... its like each instrument has its own room to breathe.

This makes it musical/fun in my opinion. Whats even more mindblowing is the fact that the music is still super detailed.
post #327 of 412

Exactly!

post #328 of 412

Drums don't sound like "pencil-tapping" anymore LOL. They have volume to them. And the bass is exceptionally detailed for an IEM. God I am loving these.


Edited by leadbythemelody - 5/22/14 at 9:59pm
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Matches with my furniture LOL.

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Reading this thread convinced me to go ahead and buy some of these IEM's. I am usually a home system type of guy, but I bought some Sony xba-h1's Friday, and thought wow those sound really good! Understand I am coming from Bose  :D So, I actually come to this web site all the time, except to read about DACs, don't ask me why I skipped the headphone section lol :redface: After doing a lot of reading, I am convinced these offer some major bang for the buck return. I always try to stretch my dollar. For example, I just bought the Chord Hugo Dac, and Magnepan 3.7i speakers (Expensive relatively, but the bang for the buck ratio is outstanding) so anyway, I'll be broke for awhile lol, but my music systems are going to sound awesome. I will be visiting this thread, I've subscribed, and will be relating my thoughts of these IEM, but just hearing all the rave reviews so far, it will probably be just more conformation.

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