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 too afraid to use TG-JL1, since it became a collector's item.


Then you can imagine my dismay when the driver on one of my two pairs of Sony MDR-E484 died a few weeks ago. I still have a pair that I managed to find BNIB on German Ebay for only €50. But I'm afraid that they will break as well. The E484 is considered to be Sony's best earbud and it has been discontinued for 20 years (sold between around 1988 and 1995). I still love my old vintage Aiwa and Sony earbuds, but now when I have found cheap and great sounding Chinse earbuds, I don't see any reason to take them outside of the house. I just use those old 25-30 year old Aiwa and Sony earbuds at home.

I received my pair of Tingo TC100 the other day. They sound really good. More detail and clarity than the Dasetn M1, and quite close to my old pair of Aiwa HP-V2 (released in 1983). Still I sort of prefer the Dasetn M1 with rock music. I disagree with the reviewer who wrote that the M1 has got a worse soundstage than Yuin PK2 & PK3. Perhaps the PK2 has got a taller and wider soundstage, but it seriously lacks in depth/3D feel. The Dasetn M1 has got good depth and instrument separation and layering and works great with rock music. I'll have to try to burn the Tingo TC100, because right now they sound a bit sharp in the highs, and work much better with acoustic music.

Still got a pair of Baldoor Earbell and another earbud (don't remember the name) on the way from Ali Express...

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http://penonaudio.com/BGVP-SIDY-KT100

might want to try this😊
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I found tg-jl1 at buychinatao. Is it the real thing or will i get another model due to not in stock?

You will get TC100 instead.

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Still got a pair of Baldoor Earbell and another earbud (don't remember the name) on the way from Ali Express...

KZ-OMX2? It sounds not bad after some modification (a must), but it's still not as good as EarBell.

I will post a full review next week.

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http://penonaudio.com/BGVP-SIDY-KT100

might want to try this😊

 

have you?

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too afraid to use TG-JL1, since it became a collector's item.

definition of collectors item:  an item whose rarity or excellence makes it especially worth collecting; 

rarity i agree.

excellence?:confused_face_2: 

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...just got a second chance offer on some (supposedly) Dasetn DIY PK2 (...the description said they had been recabled with silver). For ten bucks I figured why not? :)

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...just got a second chance offer on some (supposedly) Dasetn DIY PK2 (...the description said they had been recabled with silver). For ten bucks I figured why not? :)

 

I just the second chance offer as well. But my price is 2.5x yours, and I'm still not convinced yet.

 

When you got yours, please post an update! I'd like to know if it's legit, how it compares to actual PK2 and so on.

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I just the second chance offer as well. But my price is 2.5x yours, and I'm still not convinced yet.

 

When you got yours, please post an update! I'd like to know if it's legit, how it compares to actual PK2 and so on.


Sure...its been a long time since I owned a pair of PK2, and I somehow just could not like them. I love the PK3 though...so we'll see. Hopefully either the mod or my tastes have changed :tongue_smile:

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Can any of you guys comment on how the tingos and dasetns compare to yuin pk2? I also got a second chance offer but for 16$... e.e;

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http://penonaudio.com/BGVP-SIDY-KT100

might want to try this😊

they have bunch of nice buds there! i wonder if these are still aktuall  today  http://penonaudio.com/Earphones/earbuds/Hisoundaudio-Living

forget about that, found my answer, sorry for that :D


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they have bunch of nice buds there! i wonder if these are still aktuall  today  http://penonaudio.com/Earphones/earbuds/Hisoundaudio-Living
forget about that, found my answer, sorry for that biggrin.gif

In the thread 23 earbuds compared the living has the most detail and accurate sound. I wonder if it os true. In 2nd place mx 980/985
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In the thread 23 earbuds compared the living has the most detail and accurate sound. I wonder if it os true. In 2nd place mx 980/985

nonono i said forget it because i found a review stating blox anv3 is better so there no point continuing :D

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In the thread 23 earbuds compared the living has the most detail and accurate sound. I wonder if it os true. In 2nd place mx 980/985


I own both the MX980and the Hisoundaudio Living and I would say that the MX980 are much better. The highs on the Living are pretty sharp and overall they remind me of Tingo TG-38S. So you might as well get Tingo TG-38S instead of the Living...

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I own both the MX980and the Hisoundaudio Living and I would say that the MX980 are much better. The highs on the Living are pretty sharp and overall they remind me of Tingo TG-38S. So you might as well get Tingo TG-38S instead of the Living...

I ve noticed you own also tm7. How is that one compared to mx 980?
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I ve noticed you own also tm7. How is that one compared to mx 980?



I'd say that the TM7 is slightly better than the MX980. They are very close in their sound signature, but I find myself prefering TM7. Perhaps mostly because of the fit?

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