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    TDK IE800 Dual High-Performance Dynamic Micro-Drivers IEM

    I don't perticularly pay attention to treble, but I think it's safe to say that it's not harsh.  When I tested both ha-fxt90 and ie800, the former extended very well and the latter rolled off gently when it reached 15k or so.
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    TDK IE800 Dual High-Performance Dynamic Micro-Drivers IEM

    Thanks for the impression Stuff Jones, Yes, I too think some instruments do not sound very convincing. For example, violin and cello as you've mentioned, won't sound as 'emotional' and realistic as akg701's. To compensate for this, you can try to mess around with equalizer like electri-q. I...
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    TDK IE800 Dual High-Performance Dynamic Micro-Drivers IEM

    Quote: Laid back to me is hard to say... I am not exactly sure what laid back means.  I would say that ie800 does not have fxt90's intoxicating low-rumble. However, ie800 is not lacking too much in bass presence compared to fxt90. Bass is more punch on fxt90.
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    TDK IE800 Dual High-Performance Dynamic Micro-Drivers IEM

    I had a chance to compare ie800 to my brother's ha-fxt90... Wow, Ha-fxt90s are a pair of very engaging headphones. I definately like them! I have to admit that I would prefer fxt90 over ie800 with most contemporary music.   Nevertheless, my impression is that ie800 is ahead of fxt90 in a...
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    TDK IE800 Dual High-Performance Dynamic Micro-Drivers IEM

    http://www.geocities.jp/ryumatsuba/ie800.html   I found the above website trying to gather info about the headphones. It's in Japanese, but you can still check the measurements out. I tried google translating the sound description. It seemed like the reviewer did not particularly love or...
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