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If anyone has a pair of medium silicone tips (the ones that come with the FX850) which they aren't using, PM me.

 

How do you unplug the cable from the earpieces?


Edited by Haidar - 5/20/14 at 10:36pm
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Selling everything I have mostly 😅..only will keep 3😎
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Selling everything I have mostly 😅..only will keep 3😎

what are u keeping?

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what are u keeping?

3   ;)

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what are u keeping?

His Soul, body and brain =p

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😅, zero audio tenore doppios and mh1 zmf recabled for iem and my ml mikros 90 on ears and for player my x5 and Sony z series Walkmans
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So the FX850s and Suis go for sale? :P.

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Yes if you want them 😉
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For those interested, here are FX850 graphs

 

 

FX850 on the left, FX800/700 on the right. The biggest FR change is a more balanced midrange in relation to the treble on the FX850. Bass wise, the FX850 is more balanced but only a tad (still too boosted though imo), whereas the treble is a lot less piercing and more balanced in the 850, though IMO still a bit bright even with triflanges. The biggest change is in the distortion figures, the FX850 is low distortion, whereas the previous generation had distortion in spades. Basically if you own a FX700, expect a cleaner bass on FX850 due to lower distortion though it's actual amount of bass, is only a tad less. Midrange is more balanced, clearer, and treble is smoother though still a tad bright. 

 

I will compare my FX500 to the FX850 soon, I can already say, it will sound pretty much as to how the data compares between the FX800/FX850.  


Edited by Inks - 5/20/14 at 11:59pm
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For those interested, here are FX850 graphs

 

 

FX850 Graphs (Click to show)

 

 

FX850 on the left, FX800/700 on the right. The biggest FR change is a more balanced midrange in relation to the treble on the FX850. Bass wise, the FX850 is more balanced but only a tad, whereas the treble is a lot less piercing and more balanced in the 850, though IMO still a bit bright even with triflanges. The biggest change is in the distortion figures, the FX850 is low distortion, whereas the previous generation had distortion in spades. Basically if you own a FX700, expect a cleaner bass due to lower distortion though it's amount is only a tad less. Midrange is more balanced, clearer, and treble is smoother though still a tad bright. 

 

I will compare my FX500 to the FX850 soon, I can already say, it will sound pretty much as to how the data compares between the FX800/FX850.  

Thank you for the graphical information!  Looks like I would enjoy owning the JVC KENWOOD HA-FX850.


Edited by BB 808 - 5/20/14 at 11:55pm
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Thank you for the graphical information!  Looks like I would enjoy owning the JVC KENWOOD HA-FX850.

I know I do. They are my go-to IEMs when I'm at home, but I do tend to be reluctant to take them out of the house. Living in a tropical country, especially during rainy seasons, I'm not taking any chances with anything made of wood.
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I know I do. They are my go-to IEMs when I'm at home, but I do tend to be reluctant to take them out of the house. Living in a tropical country, especially during rainy seasons, I'm not taking any chances with anything made of wood.

+1. Had my pair for 2 days now and I do share the same thoughts as you. It will be used in an indoor environment for me too.
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Aren't they lacquered?:-)
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I took mine out with me. The case is perfect for carrying around. I'll admit that I get lots of funny looks and even the random chuckle from relatively huge earphones hanging out of my canals, but I expected that. 

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I use them indoor and outdoor, the best about these being used outdoor is that the cables won't touch my faces, and I sweat a lot when walking outside (even from home to the train station in the morning). Here in Singapore it's hot and humid all year long, especially from April to June :( 

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