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post #106 of 980

Looks like i'm sold on the IM70..

post #107 of 980
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Originally Posted by noobandroid View Post
 

I'm gonna be a cheap ass, and ask you if I can have your review up on my blog site, with credits provided properly

 

Sure, but with the Head-Fi link of the original thread please... :smile: 

 

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Originally Posted by kangcore View Post
 

earfonia, thanks for flying the Singa flag! Great review, and you've piqued my interest to try the IM02 and IM03 now. Picked up the IM70 from Stereo - really enjoying it. It can definitely hold its own against some of my more expensive IEMs, and for the money its really hard to think of something that comes close. I'm especially impressed by the soundstage, its really very wide. Stereo imaging is superb. Great job with the review!

 

:beerchug: For those who trust their ears, and not the $$$ sign, will be greatly rewarded :wink_face: 

post #108 of 980
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Thanks again for your thoughts. Unfortunately I really cant see myself using anything other than the X3 as a source in the near future, and with the X3 the IM03 sounded quite metallic. One of the reasons why I got the X3 was to not use a portable amp in the first place! 

 

I am really, really tempted to get the IM02 even though I bought the IM50 already. I know I liked it a lot when fed from my X3 but still trying to justify the possible purchase LOL! Not good for my wallet.........

 

I remember you stating somewhere they are usually under 10% discount, do you mind telling me where you saw the discount?

 

Actually most shops in Sgp give at least 10% discount, except those shops in the airport :)  

As mentioned, you can try Stereo, E1 Personal Audio, Soundwave, & ITConnect.

post #109 of 980
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Originally Posted by earfonia View Post
 

 

Sure, but with the Head-Fi link of the original thread please... :smile: 

 

 

:beerchug: For those who trust their ears, and not the $$$ sign, will be greatly rewarded :wink_face: 

done with proper links, got chance i really like to meet you eh, too bad no time haha

post #110 of 980

confusing between IM70, RE400 and IM02 >.< wish i had chance to try them


Edited by sonic2911 - 2/18/14 at 7:52am
post #111 of 980

Any specific comparisons to the RE400? 

 

I really like the RE400, but actually like my cheaper PL50 better. 

 

And forgot to mention, really awesome post!

post #112 of 980
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Any specific comparisons to the RE400? 

I really like the RE400, but actually like my cheaper PL50 better. 

And forgot to mention, really awesome post!
I like my re400 more than my ciem
post #113 of 980
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done with proper links, got chance i really like to meet you eh, too bad no time haha

 

:beerchug: Cool!

Some typo bro: original site link: head-fi headfonia

Should be Earfonia, not Headfonia :wink_face:

 

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Originally Posted by Katun View Post
 

Any specific comparisons to the RE400? 

 

I really like the RE400, but actually like my cheaper PL50 better. 

 

And forgot to mention, really awesome post!

 

Unfortunately I don't have any experience with RE400. Maybe will try it when I visit local headphone shop here.

post #114 of 980
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Originally Posted by earfonia View Post
 

 

:beerchug: Cool!

Some typo bro: original site link: head-fi headfonia

Should be Earfonia, not Headfonia :wink_face:

 

 

Unfortunately I don't have any experience with RE400. Maybe will try it when I visit local headphone shop here.

edited, thanks, maybe i just got used to headfonia haha

post #115 of 980
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I like my re400 more than my ciem

 

 

Very good IEM but beaten to ground by my SD2 and really not built well enough for every day use. Wish I could try those ATH though they sound intriguing for v good prices.

post #116 of 980
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Truly a great review you have here, very nice work

post #117 of 980
Does IM02 sound well when it is coupled with the iBasso Dx50?
By the way,thank you for that great review !!


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post #118 of 980

One of the greatest reviews ive seen for any product! I had a question do you think the IM-50 work well with rock? 

post #119 of 980
What about ath-im50 vs mh1c, especially in bass department, quantity and quality.

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post #120 of 980
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What about ath-im50 vs mh1c, especially in bass department, quantity and quality.

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Never tried Sony MH1C, so I cannot comment.  For me, IM50 is one of the best IEM for bass lover. I like especially the fact that the IM50 big bass never ruin the midrange. The midrange has good clarity, and when the music call the bass, the bass appear with effortless power and authority.

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