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post #76 of 4001
and yes. the only real criticism is how much power it sucks out of my mobile setup
post #77 of 4001
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Originally Posted by halomusic View Post
 

I use B3 with IPC is very good,voice is soft and transparent, but  waste power.

 

Nice, very basic set-up :cool:

 

Which tips do you prefer (from the photo it looks like stock silicone)?

 

Do you compare it to your UE900?


Edited by Baycode - 4/6/14 at 8:22am
post #78 of 4001

If player is good, B3 beyond UE900 .

post #79 of 4001
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Originally Posted by halomusic View Post
 

If player is good, B3 beyond UE900 .

 

Do you mean B3 is better than UE900 if the source is good?

 

Which aspects (clarity, separation, imaging, soundstage, treble, mids, bass, isolation, comfort, timbre, etc) ?


Edited by Baycode - 4/7/14 at 4:03am
post #80 of 4001

If zhe source is good. b3 killed ue900 instant.  :cool:

post #81 of 4001
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by halomusic View Post
 

If zhe source is good. b3 killed ue900 instant.  :cool:

 

Wow, this is the second time I am reading the same thing :rolleyes:

 

First was a review on aliexpress ;)

post #82 of 4001
Yes I find them very great with the right sources and file but I need more power aka my x5 when it arrives 😵
post #83 of 4001
Just as good as the ostry but only caveat is the power hungry nature😄
post #84 of 4001
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What I really like on B3 is depth, width, and height of the sound. Also imaging is perfect.

 

On some recordings, some sounds plays on the back of my head or underside of the ear position in a way that (or position) which I have never heard before. So the sound surrounds me. This thing happens only the times when the recording calls for it...


Edited by Baycode - 4/7/14 at 11:14am
post #85 of 4001

B3's voice moved me.

post #86 of 4001
How good are these for rock and alt-rock? Maybe a little metal too. Examples would be Janus, ADTR, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, and Egypt Central. I can't afford extra tips too and I will only be using it straight from an iPhone 5c, no amp, using spotify to stream. Just want to hear how it does on this stuff before buying, or if there's anything better for this. I like the bass to be punchy and I didn't see a solid opinion on its bass.

How would it compare to a brainwavz R3 for my music and taste?
Edited by jonnyp11 - 4/7/14 at 5:53pm
post #87 of 4001

If you like bass. koss pp is a good headphone.:D

post #88 of 4001
Now I've ordered one of the fiio e11s, so how can it do EQ'd for rock and alternative ? Dog destroyed my headphones so I need to order something in the next few days
post #89 of 4001

Jonny, the bass of Havi B3 is healthy enough for me, but they will not be for anyone resembling anywhere near a Basshead.

I play my music through a Fiio E07K, which I would think is similar to the E11. They pair quite well I would say. My settings were +2 treble and +2 bass. I haven't heard any of the artists you mentioned, but FWIW I listed to Arcade Fire, Muse, Coldplay e.t.c

Hope this helps!

post #90 of 4001

Bass headphone too much.But b3 can give you other headphone don't have somthing.This the reason i love B3.:rolleyes: 

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