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If I buy the modded MX760 by dasetn is it likely I'll get a "bad" pair? I really dont want to buy 2 as I am buying other earbuds and dont need the extra pair laying around unused. And where do you get the JL1s?


Edited by snarfarlarkus - 7/9/14 at 5:31am
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If I buy the modded MX760 by dasetn is it likely I'll get a "bad" pair? I really dont want to buy 2 as I am buying other earbuds and dont need the extra pair laying around unused. And where do you get the JL1s?


The "bad" pair sounds pretty good right now, probably didn't sound that good at first due to collecting some humidity during shipment.

I have 6 pairs with 3 different cables - they all sound great, although I do prefer the first 2.

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Over the years I have handed down or bought the following items for my nephew: Shure SRH750DJ, Koss KSC75, JVC FX-101, Monoprice MEP-933, Panasonic RP-HTX7PP-K, Philips SHE3580 and now it was time to give him some earbuds.


So over the course of two days, I let my 15 year old nephew borrow my: AWEI ES10, Tingo TG-38s, Blue Ever Blue 328R and Dasetn PK3 DIY.

After which I told him he could take his favorite one. He picked the the Blue Ever Blue 328R (BEB - Black). He love the overall smooth detailed sound of them. Also, they fit the best in his ears.

To be honest, I was relieved slightly as my current favorite is the AWEI ES10 because of its easy going "fun" sound signature.

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The "bad" pair sounds pretty good right now, probably didn't sound that good at first due to collecting some humidity during shipment.

I have 6 pairs with 3 different cables - they all sound great, although I do prefer the first 2.

Is it a big sound difference? I feel hesitant buy 1 or 2 because I feel like I'll need to buy like 5 to get a "good" one?

 

Also, where do I buy the TC100? I only see the TC00?


Edited by snarfarlarkus - 7/9/14 at 1:59pm
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You are welcome!


If you want to avoid the metallic sound on badly mastered records, go for the EarBell:

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Berta-bell-e100-earbud-earphones-for-apple/1512302769.html

 

Thank : ) 

I would try may be :) 

 

@snarfarlarkus

I bought 2 tingo, one for me and one for my girlfriend, and 2 sound superb.

 

@BloodyPenguin

To the effect that, the brand doesn't mean anything : )

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Is it a big sound difference? I feel hesitant buy 1 or 2 because I feel like I'll need to buy like 5 to get a "good" one?

 

Also, where do I buy the TC100? I only see the TC00?

 

The difference in sound isn't huge, but it's there, due to the different cables and different driver batches.

All 6 of mine sound good.


TC100 and TC00 are the same.

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The difference in sound isn't huge, but it's there, due to the different cables and different driver batches.

All 6 of mine sound good.


TC100 and TC00 are the same.

Thank you.

 

To those who own the M760 and TG38S and BEB 328R. Which would you rank the best?

post #1073 of 1160
The sidy kt100 is an amazing earbud with high resolution and amazing bass response and textures 😱, plus its the best built of my three earbud (pk1,tg38s,and kt100) I'll maybe soon get my mc5 and tc00 hopefully 😃
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Yuin PK3 IMO definitely sounds significantly better than the Tingo TG-38s. I'm actually not impressed with them at all. I let them burn in for weeks. I actually bought them because of all the favorable remarks but in the end, I guess it depends which sound signature you prefer as well. The voices are recessed, the upper end of the highs are accentuated. Reproduction of the mids can be muddled and not nearly as detailed as the PK3. Bass wise the Tingos really blow in accuracy, clarity, and amount of bass. Instruments and sounds just get lost. The PK3 just sounds more natural like you were listening to the instruments or the person in front of you. The PK3 sounds great with most every type of music thrown at it. Bass, highs and mids are impressively accurate in the price range. PK3 sounds better than many earbuds and IEM's under $100 including Klipsch S4, or the Hifiman Re-zero,  I actually think the Sennheiser MX365 even sound better than the Tingo. So if you really want to save money just get those for $15. If you want a really cheap option and are ok with IEM then get the Phillips SHE-3950 for $9. I wouldn't waste the money on the Tingo's with  other options out there. Besides I feel kind of silly wearing them. Actually, they sound good with Jazz even though the voices are slightly thin. Not recommended for Rock, Pop, Electronic music.   I'll keep them around and use them in situations where I might break them.

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They sound different from different sources so that might be the culprit 😖... I don't hear muddy midrange, its very natural but yesterday I got my kt100 from sidy and I. Blown away by its performance 😤
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Yuin PK3 IMO definitely sounds significantly better than the Tingo TG-38s. I'm actually not impressed with them at all. I let them burn in for weeks. I actually bought them because of all the favorable remarks but in the end, I guess it depends which sound signature you prefer as well. The voices are recessed, the upper end of the highs are accentuated. Reproduction of the mids can be muddled and not nearly as detailed as the PK3. Bass wise the Tingos really blow in accuracy, clarity, and amount of bass. Instruments and sounds just get lost. The PK3 just sounds more natural like you were listening to the instruments or the person in front of you. The PK3 sounds great with most every type of music thrown at it. Bass, highs and mids are impressively accurate in the price range. PK3 sounds better than many earbuds and IEM's under $100 including Klipsch S4, or the Hifiman Re-zero,  I actually think the Sennheiser MX365 even sound better than the Tingo. So if you really want to save money just get those for $15. If you want a really cheap option and are ok with IEM then get the Phillips SHE-3950 for $9. I wouldn't waste the money on the Tingo's with  other options out there. Besides I feel kind of silly wearing them. Actually, they sound good with Jazz even though the voices are slightly thin. Not recommended for Rock, Pop, Electronic music.   I'll keep them around and use them in situations where I might break them.

Most reviews are negative about kingo. The only unanimous reviews are for mx760. I highly recomend those
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I've been reading good things about this KZ brand. Saw they had a "dual membrane" for like $11 US so I went for it. No clue how long it will take to get here but when it comes I'll post an impression. Anyone try this yet? Oh and it's "female poison, bass resilient"! That's gotta be good...right? what?

 

http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/KZ-OMX-domestic-first-dual-membrane-combination-earplugs-in-ear-headphones-Female-poison-Bass-resilient-Mobile/615477_1747567987.html

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I've been reading good things about this KZ brand. Saw they had a "dual membrane" for like $11 US so I went for it. No clue how long it will take to get here but when it comes I'll post an impression. Anyone try this yet? Oh and it's "female poison, bass resilient"! That's gotta be good...right? what?

 

http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/KZ-OMX-domestic-first-dual-membrane-combination-earplugs-in-ear-headphones-Female-poison-Bass-resilient-Mobile/615477_1747567987.html

 

I like my pair of KZ OMX2 (I think mine has got a 2 in it, and the buds are marked with G.K.). They are a bit dark sounding out of the box, but if I boost treble slightly they come alive. I prefer them to the Tingo TC100 (which are slightly too thin sounding and need a slight bass boost and treble reduction to sound their best. At least to my ears...).

Ah, forgot to write that the fit is better for my ears than Dasetn M1/Tingo TG38, Tingo TC100 and Baldoor Earbell.

I think that Dasetn M1 and especially Baldoor Earbell sound better, but the KZ OMX2 sit better in my ears...


Edited by Danneq - 7/10/14 at 12:15pm
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They sound different from different sources so that might be the culprit 😖... I don't hear muddy midrange, its very natural but yesterday I got my kt100 from sidy and I. Blown away by its performance 😤


Could you give more info. about KT100??

post #1080 of 1160
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I like my pair of KZ OMX2 (I think mine has got a 2 in it, and the buds are marked with G.K.). They are a bit dark sounding out of the box, but if I boost treble slightly they come alive. I prefer them to the Tingo TC100 (which are slightly too thin sounding and need a slight bass boost and treble reduction to sound their best. At least to my ears...).

Ah, forgot to write that the fit is better for my ears than Dasetn M1/Tingo TG38, Tingo TC100 and Baldoor Earbell.

I think that Dasetn M1 and especially Baldoor Earbell sound better, but the KZ OMX2 sit better in my ears...

The OMX looks really nice. Which kind of material is used for the housing and how is the quality? Never heard of an earbud with two drivers, sounds interesting.

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