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post #61 of 4329
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 

My parcel of Trinity products arrived today.

 

You can see below the attention to detail... strain relief... tiny ridges... weaved rope cable... high quality... a little brightness... pushing out rather high amounts of detail... separation and transparency...


Shut up and TAKE MY MONEY! :deadhorse: 


Edited by hakushondaimao - 3/28/15 at 7:28am
post #62 of 4329
Interesting!
post #63 of 4329
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Another update from Bob (regarding initial orders via KS)

 

he will be shipping worldwide on the KS campaign, and it will be a flat rate of £8.00 for any destination outside of the United Kingdom. That is insured and tracked.

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Another update from Bob (regarding initial orders via KS)

 

he will be shipping worldwide on the KS campaign, and it will be a flat rate of £8.00 for any destination outside of the United Kingdom. That is insured and tracked.

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post #66 of 4329
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Originally Posted by Brooko View Post
 

Another update from Bob (regarding initial orders via KS)

 

he will be shipping worldwide on the KS campaign, and it will be a flat rate of £8.00 for any destination outside of the United Kingdom. That is insured and tracked.


which is not bad at all for peeps over on the underside of the planet in anzacland. 

post #67 of 4329
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Yep - Bob definitely looking after us poor kiwis and ozzies.

 

So - you've had a few days with yours now Mark - favourites yet?

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Yep - Bob definitely looking after us poor kiwis and ozzies.

 

So - you've had a few days with yours now Mark - favourites yet?

well, in a word no.

 

as you know from the first set i had i like the Deltas easily the most but i liked the itty bitty hyperions at their itty bitty price too.  the Techne i was rather more so so about but then of course the latest and final copy with the new design has proven what a radical improvement the housings can make. if i take price into account then so far i really aprrove of them all.  lol but you know having a bit of a say in how they have been developed it would be a funny thing if we three didnt like them all.

 

that all said id probably have to say the techne's are the most impressive but the Delta's sound the best, them with the black filters gives that big, warm rich sound that i am so oft inclined towards.

post #69 of 4329
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Funnily enough (and you know I tend toward the brighter side of things normally), I also love the Delta with the black filter.  So much so that I can already see them becoming my go-to IEM - even more than the Fidue A83.

 

Still trying to get a handle on the Techne (love the fit) - and the Hyperion is already a winner due to price vs performance.

 

Need to finish this L2 review I'm working on, and then I can write these up!

post #70 of 4329

Hyperion is a sealed winner. I'm still deciding feelings soundwise of Techne, I think those who prefer a warmer mid-range tonality might sit well. The design however is certainly unique with that touch of Phonak included. Not sure on the fit for me too, I think some longer tips might be required. The Delta is a solid IEM, I'd have no problem ranking it up around DN-1000 levels on overall performance from listening so far. 

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Looks great.  Good luck Bob.  Can't wait to hear more about them.

post #72 of 4329
So the Hyperion is kind of like the Tenore meets the Alfa Genus? I'm in for sure. I'll be in on the kickstarter, too.
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So the Hyperion is kind of like the Tenore meets the Alfa Genus? I'm in for sure. I'll be in on the kickstarter, too.

 

Kind of, Hyperion is more like a partial Tenore meets dynamic driver Brainwavz B2 with more mid-range body and dynamic bass response. Its quite unique because not many IEMs at this price point venture towards such levels of clarity and tonality. I can see any mainstream person saying: "MY GOSH! ITS SOUNDS SO CLEAR!

 

 Meets that fine line between semi-analytical whilst remaining fun! 

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Kind of, Hyperion is more like a partial Tenore meets dynamic driver Brainwavz B2 with more mid-range body and dynamic bass response. Its quite unique because not many IEMs at this price point venture towards such levels of clarity and tonality. I can see any mainstream person saying: "MY GOSH! ITS SOUNDS SO CLEAR!

 

 Meets that fine line between semi-analytical whilst remaining fun! 

hmm yeah haddent thought B2 but there is a bit of similarlity in they tonalitys isnt there.  also i think that both may not need a little bass bostingn amp but you know they dont hate getting one either.

post #75 of 4329

Highly interested especially in the Delta, or what you call the hybrid one. Can any of the listeners give some impressions , like not comparisons to other earphones? Sorry cause I'm not very familiar with the ones already listed, hard to picture the sound.

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