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post #121 of 622

Any comments on how the H-300 compares to Sony XBA-H3?

post #122 of 622
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Originally Posted by jonyoo View Post

The two speakers are placed right next to each other and lie parallel to your ear hole when you put it on. I didn't buy this. It was just released late last week and they sent it to me for reviewing. They have another 3-way hybrid that also came out last week called the H-150 which has the same housing as this one.

hmm hmm.....thats really a bold step from t-peos, that they released 2 different versions on a same housings thats looks weird.not against it but just........just wondering how it lives upto other DD iems from bwavz,meelec etc......
post #123 of 622
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That is correct. Price low to high goes in that order as well.

Looks like t-peos digging more on triple hybrids.......So could it be that H-150 might have smaller dia LF driver but same dual BA to H-200 & H-300? Besides that horizantal array of driver housings to its predecessors.......
post #124 of 622

H20Fidelity,

Is the microphonics on the H-300's cable enough to not be a good jogging/workout IEM.

 

Can the H-300 be used for jogging with the unit staying well in place?....

post #125 of 622
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hmm hmm.....thats really a bold step from t-peos, that they released 2 different versions on a same housings thats looks weird.not against it but just........just wondering how it lives upto other DD iems from bwavz,meelec etc......

I'm sure they have their reasons. Haven't had a chance to listen to the H-150 yet but the DD...let's just say it's not my cup of tea. It's for people who don't care for an analytical sound and just simply want a fun sound who also have a tight budget.

 

 

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Looks like t-peos digging more on triple hybrids.......So could it be that H-150 might have smaller dia LF driver but same dual BA to H-200 & H-300? Besides that horizantal array of driver housings to its predecessors.......

The H-150 is way different. It has a double 8mm dynamic driver for lows and mids and a single BA for highs.

post #126 of 622

My wishlist for H-400:

 

- A little more warmth and texture to the mids.

- Vocals a touch more forward in the mix.

- Slight roll off the top end to reduce the fatigue from the peaks.

 

To me, that would make for an almost perfect IEM!

post #127 of 622
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Originally Posted by sbong View Post
 

Any comments on how the H-300 compares to Sony XBA-H3?

 

I can comment on this in about 3-4 weeks time, as I will have both unit to do comparison by then :wink_face:

post #128 of 622
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My review is up, I'm glad to report we're hearing similar things.

http://www.head-fi.org/products/t-peos-h-300-3-way-hybrid/reviews/10654

Bright, Transparant, soundstage, airy, strong detail, excellent bass, you mentioned many things I did.

I haven't noticed any changes with burn in. And I agree it does share a similar aspect to Grado. I think that's a good way to describe H-300. I am enjoying them very much.

 

 

Nice review, H20!!!!

post #129 of 622

Thanks djvkool, looking forward to it

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Originally Posted by jonyoo View Post

I'm sure they have their reasons. Haven't had a chance to listen to the H-150 yet but the DD...let's just say it's not my cup of tea. It's for people who don't care for an analytical sound and just simply want a fun sound who also have a tight budget.


The H-150 is way different. It has a double 8mm dynamic driver for lows and mids and a single BA for highs.

Thats perfect, they used correct type drivers to match those freqs....thx for the info.......and lets get back to track before someone stone us.biggrin.gif
post #131 of 622
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H20Fidelity,
Is the microphonics on the H-300's cable enough to not be a good jogging/workout IEM.

Can the H-300 be used for jogging with the unit staying well in place?....

I think cable noise would be fine for jogging, you can always run the cable under your shirt if needed. For me I can walk and jump without the housing moving. If you want me try jogging I'll have to charge a small fee.
post #132 of 622
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Originally Posted by jonyoo View Post

 

The H-150 is way different. It has a double 8mm dynamic driver for lows and mids and a single BA for highs.

 

Oh, doing it the other way around? Nice, I'm curious now. Will it be around $150 then?

post #133 of 622
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Originally Posted by quartertone View Post
 

 

Oh, doing it the other way around? Nice, I'm curious now. Will it be around $150 then?

Yep! Just about with shipping cost maybe..gotta wait on Mobyn to announce it. I will be creating a H-150 thread soon. So we can stick to H-300 here.

post #134 of 622
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Yep! Just about with shipping cost maybe..gotta wait on Mobyn to announce it. I will be creating a H-150 thread soon. So we can stick to H-300 here.

 

Nice, that is unique indeed, would be just about first in the market with dual DD and single BA triple hybrid - I might jump at this as I am very much intrigued :wink_face:

post #135 of 622
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If you want me try jogging I'll have to charge a small fee.

Hope you accept paypal w/o gift fee.....wink.gif
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