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New Closed Back Flagship!

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Pros: Comfort, Smooth sound, build, looks, most things.

Cons: Slight lack of isolation(when compared to pleather or leather)

Full Review Here. http://www.head-fi.org/t/702042/shure-srh1540-full-review

Very good performer

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Pros: Neutral sound without peak/dips. Detail, Clarity, Sound...

Cons: Cable? Deep insertion?

http://www.head-fi.org/t/696216/tdk-ba200-review

Great little DAP!

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Pros: Rockbox, Portability, SQ, Battery life

Cons: Easily Scratched, Availability

About myself: http://www.head-fi.org/t/674373/story-of-a-new-reviewer-kimvictor   If anyone followed my thread or Pic of Portable Rig thread, I bought a Sansa Fuze v2 8GB recently. I bought it at a thrift shop for $28 new. Heck of a deal.   Info: Sansa Fuze v2 is a updated version of Sansa Fuze, and has better battery. Other components remained the same. They are currently replaced by Fuze+, which imo, is not good. Fuze and Fuze v2 both have physical volume wheel while Fuze+ has really annoying touch pads. I also had a Sansa Clip Zip, but I prefer Fuze v2 over it. If you want one, you should search on ebay. Amazon sells them for $150, but that's not a fair price. Ebay has...
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T-PEOS H-200

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Pros: Very good clarity and bass impact

Cons: Soundstage and Dip and Peak

About myself: http://www.head-fi.org/t/674373/story-of-a-new-reviewer-kimvictor   So, as I promised on H-200 tread, I'm writing a review on the H-200. H-200 has been controversial because some claim it to be the greatest thing ever created, while some say they don't measure well. These are my impressions on them. I'll start with a pic.   Priced at around 230,000won, or roughly $200USD, it is a very good iem. However, availability is limited. Also, pricing in US and countries besides Korea is rather high. They are still worthy of the cost imo.   H-200 is a 3 way hybrid design iem, with a dynamic driver for bass, and a TWFK for mid and treble. Considering that other...
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Budget IEM of Wonder from T-PEOS

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Pros: Cheap. Clean. Light. Fashionable. Soundstage

Cons: Hard to fit, Lacks bass extension

About myself: http://www.head-fi.org/t/674373/story-of-a-new-reviewer-kimvictor   So, I'm used to reviewing more high end things, and I don't have much experience with lower end iems. However, when I bought the T-PEOS H-200, I was given a B-100. I was too busy with H-200 till recently, when I tried the B-100. I was surprised, in a good way. So here comes my review:   I'll start with pics. B-100 and its contents. AK100 and Leckerton UHA-6S.MKII are sadly not included. Comparison with T-PEOS's flagship, H-200. B-100 is on the right. As you might notice, they are fashionable, unlike most BA iems that I know. B-100 with AK100+Leckerton UHA-6S.MKII. A...
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Simply one of the best portables

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Pros: Spectacular bass, rich mids. Supreme clarity and detail. Isolation.

Cons: Small soundstage, clamping

Simply spectacular phones.   DT1350 is a very unique headphone with a warmish natural sound. I am yet to hear anything like this. It has very punchy as satisfying bass, rich yet not too forward mids, and smooth and extended highs. However, what is important is the clarity and detail. DT1350 is better than SE535, costing $200 more, in terms of detail and clarity.   About myself: http://www.head-fi.org/t/674373/story-of-a-new-reviewer-kimvictor   Here is by break down: Sub bass: Well extended and deep Mid bass: Punchy and impactful Lower mid: Slightly thick and rich Upper mid: Clear and slightly forward Lower treble: Clean and detailed. Upper Treble:...
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Why not the UERM?

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Pros: Great SQ, Sound stage, Case, Customer Service, Refit, Driveablitiy... more

Cons: Some air bubbles in ciem

I wonder why UERM is often disregarded when picking from $1000 range. I'm guessing that it's due to "only" having 3 drivers, versus having 8 drivers per side. I can say with confidence that driver number does not equal sound quality(for the most part). Another reason I see why UERM might not be picked is its sound sig. It's perfectly flat. Personally, I love this. Reference sound with naturalness. Call it "the Neutrality King".      About myself: http://www.head-fi.org/t/674373/story-of-a-new-reviewer-kimvictor   Gears used in this review: Leckerton UHA-6S.MKII, AK100, Modi, Magni, E7, GS3, Clip Zip.   Intro: UERM is a ciem that is heavily dependent on...
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