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Very good review buddy. Comparison part is very informative.
Superb in depth review, beautifully written!
Thank you my friends, highly appreciate that!
Dear lord, who says money doesn't buy happiness?
thanks liked review but I think sound quality level have to a little up in vektor graphic.
thanks liked review but I think sound quality level have to a little up in vector graphic.
Excellent comprehensive review. I especially liked the part about the carrying case
I had a pelican case, and, while it looked like it could get run over by a semi and come out with minor scuff marks, it wasn't practical. I much prefer a case that prevents strain on cords, compression protection doesnt matter too much for normal use.
These sound perfect except fpr the soundstage I love massive soundstages with pinpoint imaging, it really is a special experience
Wow, that last sentence's grammar was embarrassing, my apologies
That's a really useful review - thank you.
I'd like to see more pictures, especially the nozzle - is it a thin nozzle like Shure/Westone or thick like Sennheiser's?
[user=381512]@Wilderbeast[/user] It's thicker than Shure/Westones, 4.5mm wide if I remember correctly and has a three bore conception.
Great review, very detailed yet unboring. Why not compare to the Zeus, why the Apollo?
[user=163422]@Mimouille[/user] There is a Zeus comparison with S-EM9 in [user=410706]@flinkenick[/user] Zeus review : [url=http://www.head-fi.org/products/empire-ears-zeus/reviews/14716]http://www.head-fi.org/products/empire-ears-zeus/reviews/14716[/url]
A very helpful review, it makes me want to get one right now ! Good job !
Thank you everybody for the likes and comments, much appreciated. I live on a diet of compliments and praise, without them my skin goes pale and my hair falls out.
Mim; like David said I compared the S-EM9 to Zeus in that review. A second reason is that the S-EM9, Apollo and Solar are all similarly priced.
Another superb and very detailed review from your side => front page material (congrats) indeed!
I hope I'll get the chance to try this iem (with some others) myself sometimes :)
another great review , just one question for you oh wise one
if you could buy just one between solar or s-em9 , which would you buy and why ?
Please don't make me choose between the S-EM9, Solar and Zeus! I try not to pick favourites, they get very sensitive about it. But they are all very different, and brilliant in their own right :)
Thank you Kerouac and Proedros.
Please don't make me choose between the S-EM9, Solar and Zeus! I try not to pick favourites, they get very sensitive about it. But they are all very different, and brilliant in their own right
Thank you Kerouac and Proedros.
Please don't make me choose between the S-EM9, Solar and Zeus! I try not to pick favourites, they get very sensitive about it. But they are all very different, and brilliant in their own right.
I'm currently using a Dunu DN-2000J (with Comply tips, I really don't like the harsh sound with silicon tips) and I'm considering buying a Earsonics S-EM9.
However, I'm also looking at the JH Angie and the Empire Ears Solar...
I'm mainly listenning to POP/Rock, my male vocals are Mark Knopfler, Springsteen, Stereophonics... my female vocals are Adele, Sia, Jewel...
Whatever my choices are, would it have a jump in sound quality compares to the Dunu? The 2000J is really good in resolution and bass.
From what I see, it seems that flinkenick has also the 2000J, if he is around here I would appreciate its inouts.
flinkenick has also made interesting comparisons between S-EM9 and Solar, but I can't decide, Solar seems better for vocals if I understood correctly while the S-EM9 is more "fun"
One thing is sure, I want an IEM that is musical and fun but with great audiophile quality!
Thanks for all
Answered on the thread.
Great review! Compares to Solar, which is less V-shaped?
Thanks for this review ;)