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So far stock tips smily_headphones1.gif
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Sony hybrids
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ue900 tips
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Imo , use what you think is the best and happy listening ūüėÉ
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Thanks for the response guys, I am using the stock & some Senn tips which are similar to the ue900. Any one tried the JVC sprial dot tips ?
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I have the spiral dot tips but didn't use them yet but they will give better seal and sound:)
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Originally Posted by Inks View Post

The Altone like all T-Peos have high distortion and from the manufacturers data, seem to have that v-shaped house sound which I don't personally like.

You liked the KC06 smily_headphones1.gif

Altone graph is out!? Give it to me and my untrained eyes!
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Yes...that's why Ety's ER4S sounds so good except for the lack of sub bass. Damn....I wish Ety can come up with a new model with just that extra sub bass biggrin.gif

I think it could use some mid-bass as well, go figure.
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guys please recommend me an iem that have a bit less bass and more clarity than the kc06A. i love my kc06A so much but its time to upgrade :D budget is arround $300. eyeing on the fx850, ckr9 and altone200. 

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guys please recommend me an iem that have a bit less bass and more clarity than the kc06A. i love my kc06A so much but its time to upgrade biggrin.gif  budget is arround $300. eyeing on the fx850, ckr9 and altone200. 
DN1000?

DN2000?
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DN1000?

DN2000?

i dont know but i got a feeling that those will be on par with the kc06A lol. i want a total upgrade. maybe im wrong. need to listen to those but cant find it anywhere in my country. 

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if you have both kc06A and dn1000/dn2000 can you please make a comparison ? 

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if you have both kc06A and dn1000/dn2000 can you please make a comparison ? 

 

You could also give a regular KC06 a try if you haven't already. It has a more neutral bass response that ought to produce a leaner, clearer sound. After listening to it i immediately thought that a version with more bass was a bad idea :p.

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Besides, blocking the nozzle vent on the KC06 produces killer subbass without increasing overall bass too much
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You could also give a regular KC06 a try if you haven't already. It has a more neutral bass response that ought to produce a leaner, clearer sound. After listening to it i immediately thought that a version with more bass was a bad idea :p.

hahah sold my kc06 after i got my kc06A :p i dont think the kc06 have more clarity than the kc06A tho. to my ear, they are both the same iem with more bass and more treble on the kc06A imo

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Well, i don't think the KC06 lacks clarity, i'd say that clarity is one of its strengths compared to other DDs. If you want even clearer sound you'd indeed have to go for a ba setup. You should probably describe your preferred sound signature to get a good recommendation and i also believe you should lower your expectations a bit. While you can get something that you will like more, iems are all about tradeoffs, you will be hard pressed to find something that is objectively better at everything without breaking the bank.

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