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post #46 of 49

Thanks Svyr.

Svyr = Would . Not.  Buy. 

Up next I believe DMax99 is receiving our tour H-100 ii unit. Let's see what he thinks! 

post #47 of 49
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Originally Posted by ostewart View Post

I seem to be the only person with a good experience of the H100 II. I personally really liked them. But as you say mine have the round cable.

Listening to the Dunu DN-2000 atm. My Altone200 should be with me today or tomorrow.


your not completely alone. 

 

my review of them should get posted tomorrow. 

post #48 of 49
So after a few days of demo-ing the unit. I must say that they have a very similar overall sound signature with the hifiman IEMs (RE400 and re0) that I have and loved before I have heard the H300. The overall sound signature is very COLD!

I'm not too sure how similar the BA driver in this unit is compared to the H300 but they do remind me of the clarity and details that is being presented in the H300. However, I think the clarity and details are more dynamic in the H300 than the H100 II.

The bass from the H100 II wasn't too bad but still feels a bit lacking.

The mids/vocal is quite weird, sounds quite recessed and weak. It also has this weird tone to it that is quite hard to describe. It also lacks too much of the warmth I have loved so much from the H300.

So, overall I thought this is quite a good detailed IEM with a very cold signature. Can't wait to listen to the new Alton200 that I've this week!
post #49 of 49

The H-100 II is actually a nice IEM, much to my surprise. The bass is nice and tight, having a good bit of punch, the mids are a little weird in the upper region, but it's not too bad, still fine. A tiny bit of sibilance, but that's no big deal and the treble is quite well extended and well tuned. 

 

Overall, quite a recommended IEM, especially at a low price. The H-100 MK1 truly sucks, but it looks like T-Peos have redeemed themselves with the MK2. The AX35 is its biggest competitor and IMO the H-100 holds up well, but the AX35 still beats it. The remote may be important to some people are if you are one of those people, I say go for it!

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