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Originally Posted by 1clearhead View Post

.....here are some PICS of my MEMT X5cool.gif  as promised!
Where can I buy them?
I could not find on Ali.










Here is my MEMT X5 next to my "first place" SENDIY M1221. etysmile.gif




Plus, I just received in my "silver edition" MEMT X5, today! tongue_smile.gif









They were so good versus everything I got......I had to get me a second pair. ksc75smile.gif   One can never have enough at such a low price.
post #5162 of 5173
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Originally Posted by SuperMAG View Post

My only issues with it that deep fit is really uncomfortable and its not usuable with tv shows and movies due to shouty vocals.

But if i want to listen to music. I didnt heared anything better thrn these.

Have you tried larger tips and shallow fit? I use the largest I can find (around 14.5 mm) and can wear pretty much any IEM comfortably and get a good seal though obviously some are better than others in this regard.

post #5163 of 5173
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Originally Posted by JazzVinyl View Post

The Magaosi BK50's have arrived.

Sound pretty good OOTB, with some time on them, expecting them to sweeten up, nicely.

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Did you find the drum snare a bit thin(just a bit) ?
Its hard to get Auvio tips like @1clearhead here. And i just think to buy some sony hybrid tips. Will it help to get a better SQ?
This BK50 is my first chiem btw.

Have a great day everyone:)
post #5164 of 5173
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Originally Posted by crabdog View Post

Have you tried larger tips and shallow fit? I use the largest I can find (around 14.5 mm) and can wear pretty much any IEM comfortably and get a good seal though obviously some are better than others in this regard.

Actually i did and the siblance was not gone. I have like the past few mo ths a stock of almost 30+ different pairs of tips that i collected. only tips that workef and almost completely got rid of the were the transparent cheap iems tips. The soft one with shorter height and very wide bore. It seems the 4in1 wants to be directly into ur ear pipeline for reduced siblance, thicker sound/ vocals and biggest bass.

If i wanted to further reduce the treble. It would mean buying that tennmak upgrade cable but i wont spend more on this. I would rather buy another iem or earbuds (ordered quain32 and sony808) or buy endgames iem (lza4) or endgame earbud. Unless that senfet 6in1 turned to be a giant then i will buy that with tennmak cable and exchange cables.

But these low budget giant killers always peique my interest especially if a micro driver since they provide very large soundstage and bass.
Edited by SuperMAG - Yesterday at 9:58 pm
post #5165 of 5173
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Originally Posted by SuperMAG View Post

Actually i did and the siblance was not gone. I have like the past few mo ths a stock of almost 30+ different pairs of tips that i collected. only tips that workef and almost completely got rid of the were the transparent cheap iems tips. The soft one with shorter height and very wide bore. It seems the 4in1 wants to be directly into ur ear pipeline for reduced siblance, thicker sound/ vocals and biggest bass.

If i wanted to further reduce the treble. It would mean buying that tennmak upgrade cable but i wont spend more on this. I would rather buy another iem or earbuds (ordered quain32 and sony808) or buy endgames iem (lza4) or endgame earbud. Unless that senfet 6in1 turned to be a giant then i will buy that with tennmak cable and exchange cables.

But these low budget giant killers always peique my interest especially if a micro driver since they provide very large soundstage and bass.
Yes I agree if you find they have too much treble the best option is to use EQ or buy different iem. Tips only help a little bit.
post #5166 of 5173
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Originally Posted by 1clearhead View Post

Haha, even during vacation I couldn't seem to pocket my money. A lot of good and cheap IEM's out there in the markets right now. Even though the MEMT X5 is an absolute gem for the price, another company to look out for are the UiiSii different serious of IEM's. I've tested most of their IEM's and each one definitely has a sound signature for everyone's taste. They are really good for their low asking price, too! wink.gif

Thanks.@1clearhead Will be available after Chinese holiday on Aliexpress.
post #5167 of 5173
I don't know about you . But you seem like to eq a lot.
I think purist usually do not tweak with eq , but at times a slight tweak with bass boost is ok.

But a match in heaven with a lot of tweaks do not go hand with hand imho.
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Originally Posted by JazzVinyl View Post

Senfer 4in 1 (for me) is still an overall favorite. I use my pair with the Cayin C5 amp, with bass boost on and the hi/low gain switch in the hi position.

The Senfer and Cayin C5 are a very happy pair, they compliment one another, one of the synergy pairings that works well. I do reduce the treble with EQ and very rarely get the sibilance in the treble that others speak of (but have heard it on female vocals).

I still feel like the Senfer 4in 1's were a heck of a bargain. I like mine, quite a bit. I will say you NEED the amp for them to sound their best.

The just arrived Magaosi BK50's are coming along nicely, sounding really good...I like the fact that they do _not_ require an amp to sound good....

Cheers...

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post #5168 of 5173
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Originally Posted by snip3r77 View Post

I don't know about you . But you seem like to eq a lot.
I think purist usually do not tweak with eq , but at times a slight tweak with bass boost is ok.

But a match in heaven with a lot of tweaks do not go hand with hand imho.

Whatever path you need to take to reach your goal imo. Being a "purist" doesn't guarantee you'll enjoy your music more than someone who uses EQ.

post #5169 of 5173
In this case you can buy any iem and tweak it no need to spend more . Congrats
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Originally Posted by crabdog View Post

Whatever path you need to take to reach your goal imo. Being a "purist" doesn't guarantee you'll enjoy your music more than someone who uses EQ.

Edited by snip3r77 - Today at 5:29 am
post #5170 of 5173
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Originally Posted by snip3r77 View Post

In this case you can any iem and tweak it no need to spend more . Congrats

You spend endlessly so that you never have to touch EQ?

All the music you listen to is mixed the same? Or you quickly change IEM's to compensate (avoiding the great 'EQ sin'...)?
post #5171 of 5173
Yes I don't touch eq. You can't afford another monk ?
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Originally Posted by JazzVinyl View Post

You spend endlessly so that you never have to touch EQ?

All the music you listen to is mixed the same? Or you quickly change IEM's to compensate (avoiding the great 'EQ sin'...)?
post #5172 of 5173

anybody know what is memory wire in chinese. I am looking for a cable and i want to tell the maker, not to make the cable to have memory effect near the connect.

post #5173 of 5173
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Originally Posted by snip3r77 View Post

Yes I don't touch eq. You can't afford another monk ?

Different strokes for different folks. Let's just leave it at that. No need to start slinging insults. If you think your way is right then just do it. Don't try to belittle people who do it differently.

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