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post #331 of 577

Just received this awesome things.

have to say that included tips did not properly fit in my childish ear canals and couldn't get good seal/isolation

(or maybe I'm very used to deep inserted tips:tongue_smile:)

 

Then, I checked in my drawer and found my Yamaha EPH 100, Took their tips and Bingo.

Feel comfortable and isolate well with the medium sized ones

That's how it looks:

 

post #332 of 577
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Originally Posted by XGUGU View Post

Just received this awesome things.
have to say that included tips did not properly fit in my childish ear canals and couldn't get good seal/isolation
(or maybe I'm very used to deep inserted tipstongue_smile.gif )

Then, I checked in my drawer and found my Yamaha EPH 100, Took their tips and Bingo.
Feel comfortable and isolate well with the medium sized ones
That's how it looks:


Is that some medieval torture device?
post #333 of 577

Lol:biggrin: they do kind of resemble that. 

Good news for you is that they are not as sibilant as the B2/DBA-02 are. Like it is being  rumored around. I got  the 

Yamaha EPH-100 and DBA-02MKII  and to me they quiet sound more like the Yamaha, but with a thicker/fuller overall sound.

Btw, just 20 minutes of A,B,C testing which is nothing.

post #334 of 577
Stahp...

Mine are still on their way... 2-7 days left.
post #335 of 577
Hi all, Long time prowler first time poster.. I really need some advice regarding the H-200 v H-300. I have been looking for a iem for the sole purpose of listening to Drum & Bass on the go. I was originally going to pick up a pair of Monster Turbine Gold until I stumbled across the appreciation thread for the T-peos H-300 and after reading the first couple of reviews I was dead set on picking a pair up, but as more impressions started to come in reporting the peaks and being "super bright" I'm a bit worried now! So when I started looking into t-peos I noticed the H-200 and after reading all the reviews and impressions the H-200 seems to be the better earphone, maybe lagging behind the H-300 technically but the h-200 seems to have less flaws,better reviews and just more user friendly! So if anyone can help,I could really do with some advise. Which earphone would be the best reproducing drum & bass in a fun,punchy,euphoric with great clarity and most importantly Exellent bass both in quality and quantity? If anybody has both and wouldn"t mind testing each one out with a few DnB tracks and give me some impressions on how each one performs I would appreciate it so much.. Many Thanx
post #336 of 577

Mine arrived to the post office 3 days after shipped. I bought  from mobynet - k1880497@sw....

The thing is that the PO wont deliver to your house, you have to go there. (at least in my case) if bought from mobynet

post #337 of 577
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Originally Posted by RumbleWeed View Post

Hi all, Long time prowler first time poster.. I really need some advice regarding the H-200 v H-300. I have been looking for a iem for the sole purpose of listening to Drum & Bass on the go. I was originally going to pick up a pair of Monster Turbine Gold until I stumbled across the appreciation thread for the T-peos H-300 and after reading the first couple of reviews I was dead set on picking a pair up, but as more impressions started to come in reporting the peaks and being "super bright" I'm a bit worried now! So when I started looking into t-peos I noticed the H-200 and after reading all the reviews and impressions the H-200 seems to be the better earphone, maybe lagging behind the H-300 technically but the h-200 seems to have less flaws,better reviews and just more user friendly! So if anyone can help,I could really do with some advise. Which earphone would be the best reproducing drum & bass in a fun,punchy,euphoric with great clarity and most importantly Exellent bass both in quality and quantity? If anybody has both and wouldn"t mind testing each one out with a few DnB tracks and give me some impressions on how each one performs I would appreciate it so much.. Many Thanx


Weeelll, from what I read, the H-300 supposedly covered most of the H-200s flaws, so I don't know what'chu've been reading.

post #338 of 577
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Originally Posted by RumbleWeed View Post

Hi all, Long time prowler first time poster.. I really need some advice regarding the H-200 v H-300. I have been looking for a iem for the sole purpose of listening to Drum & Bass on the go. I was originally going to pick up a pair of Monster Turbine Gold until I stumbled across the appreciation thread for the T-peos H-300 and after reading the first couple of reviews I was dead set on picking a pair up, but as more impressions started to come in reporting the peaks and being "super bright" I'm a bit worried now! So when I started looking into t-peos I noticed the H-200 and after reading all the reviews and impressions the H-200 seems to be the better earphone, maybe lagging behind the H-300 technically but the h-200 seems to have less flaws,better reviews and just more user friendly! So if anyone can help,I could really do with some advise. Which earphone would be the best reproducing drum & bass in a fun,punchy,euphoric with great clarity and most importantly Exellent bass both in quality and quantity? If anybody has both and wouldn"t mind testing each one out with a few DnB tracks and give me some impressions on how each one performs I would appreciate it so much.. Many Thanx


H-300 has the bass you want and the flaws you're reading about are very much source dependent.

For example, I'm running them atm with Tralucent DacAmp One and they're well behaved in the treble department. The main issue you'll run into is if you like listening loud H-300 lean out rather quickly, what this means is treble comes forward as you lift the volume, as you gradually increase volume levels it will begin leaning out similar to a car carburetor taking in more fuel in the mids and highs. They became brighter and brighter, colder and you're playing a tightrope game with what threshold you can handle, often you need to find a happy medium.

They're incredibly clear because of this and the clarity is ear melting but they're not for the faint hearted or anyone that admires warmer or darker mid-range tonality. If however you control the volume they're excellent IEM provided you're matching up with a good source. They're excellent at detail extraction and transparency. 

I've owned H-200 as well, although they're a more stable diet I'd be suggesting Dunu DN-1000 in your situation. The $200 3 - Way hybrid that replaced my H-200 and still use to this day in combination with DX50 and Tralucent T1. It has the low end and controlled mid-range you're searching for.
 


Edited by H20Fidelity - 5/6/14 at 3:08am
post #339 of 577
Hey I don't know if anyone else has had this issue, but I keep having problems with durability on the coloured cable. It has slipped its housing (and been replaced) twice now.
T-Peos have told me that it's not suited for wearing over-ear as compared to the black cable, which seems a little odd to me, but thats what they reckon.

Something to be aware of anyway...
post #340 of 577
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Originally Posted by Bohdy View Post

Hey I don't know if anyone else has had this issue, but I keep having problems with durability on the coloured cable. It has slipped its housing (and been replaced) twice now.
T-Peos have told me that it's not suited for wearing over-ear as compared to the black cable, which seems a little odd to me, but thats what they reckon.

Something to be aware of anyway...

2?! How long have you had them? I don't wear them over, so I'm not totally concerned, but it sounds pretty shoddy.
post #341 of 577

Just shy of two months now.

 

And yeah I wish the build quality was as impressive as the sound quality...

post #342 of 577
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Just shy of two months now.

And yeah I wish the build quality was as impressive as the sound quality...

This is why removable cables are a must for me. I would've gone for the dunu 2k if it had removables honestly.
post #343 of 577
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Originally Posted by Bohdy View Post

Hey I don't know if anyone else has had this issue, but I keep having problems with durability on the coloured cable. It has slipped its housing (and been replaced) twice now.
T-Peos have told me that it's not suited for wearing over-ear as compared to the black cable, which seems a little odd to me, but thats what they reckon.

Something to be aware of anyway...
I haven't had such problem yet.. I've got 2 color cables as well. Due to the reversed polarity issue. What do you mean by slipping off the housing? To me I find the weakest link of the cable lies in the right angled terminator jack.
post #344 of 577

This is what I mean:

post #345 of 577
Whoa that's crazy. Just from wearing over ear? I've been using the colored cable since day one and unplugging/replugging them every time with no issues. I also wind the cable to fit it into the travel case.

That said, the colored cable does have a soft outer plastic and I can see it stripping like that. Do you think it's a sweat issue hardening the cable at that point in the strain relief? Or is it just the weight of the IEM from over ear wear?
Edited by k186 - 5/7/14 at 7:07am
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