Originally Posted by Baycode
Electronic and fast music plays extremely well on these... These drivers acts like armatures... If you like this kind of music I will highly suggest you to try Magic "Infected Mushroom" albums ;) they're mind blowing with B3's :)) you can try Never Mind track from the "Army of Mushrooms" album!!! (your brain can jump out of your head BEWARE!)
And I will suggest another type of music:
London Grammar, "if you wait" album (heavenly with B3's) ;)
Infected Mushroom tracks do indeed sound good with the B3! I actually have some tracks on my computer from them which I hadn't heard in a long time but I took it out to test and wasn't disappointed!
Originally Posted by 7cents
Thank you .. man! really looking forward for it.
I could realized quite some potentials on these, e.g. great sound stage and separation. But because of fit issue, I found thin mid, sub-bass is recessed and lack some quantity. Or may be I need to give it some more burn-in?
Your problem sounds like the lack of burn in. How much of it have you done? Personally for me, it took nearly 10-15 hours of burn in with moderate volume pink noise before they finally settled where they are now.
The mids are supposed to be slightly more forward and thicker than the average. Bass is very tip dependent, but if I'm assuming you're using the stock tips, they shouldn't really be recessed too. Try giving it more burn it, do some tip swapping, and it will likely get much better! (Stock --> Foam = Bass Reduced + Airier + Clarity and Detailing Improved; Stock --> Sennheiser Flange = Everything improved supposedly)