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  1. Hawaiibadboy

    Head-Fi Basshead IEM thread (lists page 1)

          THE BEST IEM FOR BASS ARE.. .       The 10 Best....(impact)     Hawaiibadboy's list   1.  Sony MDR EX800ST/ 7550 *taped vent + 500mW max input. Studio tuned,mids stay relatively clean with elevated bass - Need to tape vent, stock cable SUCKZ * I own this     2. Aurisonics...
  2. Basilius

    Good bass with forward, airy mids (max $300)

    I'm looking for a new universal iem for $300 max, but I'm not sure what to get.  I've tried the Rockit R-50 and liked the instrument separation and details, but it there wasn't enough bass and it sounded lifeless.  I also didn't really like the Vsonic GR07.  I'm looking at the RE-400, but it...
  3. TheBoss

    Sony's New 2014 flagship IEM - XBA Z5

      http://cdn.head-fi.org/7/78/78eaa07a_XBAZ5.jpeg   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdpYCIbVHAU Looks like Z5 is the successor to the XBA H3 with improvements to the dynamic and BA drivers I wonder if XBA Z5 will be a new model above XBA H3 or a replacement to H3...   ... and imo the Z5...
  4. kevms89

    Sony ex600 vs ex800 vs ex7550 vs ex1000

    As far as sound quality what are the major differences?
  5. autumnholy

    Balanced cable for Sony EX600/800ST/1000

    Does anyone know where I can find a balanced cable for the Sony EX600/800ST/1000 series IEM? I'm interested in going balanced, but so far I haven't encounter a balanced cable for this IEM.
  6. HiFlight

    Sony EX800ST impressions

    I recently acquired a set of Sony EX800ST IEM's from a Head-Fi member who had originally purchased them from a Japan dealer, as these phones are not distributed in the US.    The EX800ST is marketed by Sony as a studio monitor.   That is a term that I have found to be much overused in the...
  7. roanmy

    Sony MDR-EX800ST?

    So, I have the Ultimate Ears 700, and I do like them. However, they are frail, and I do not think they'll last much longer, and I'd like something better. Also, while I like UE 700's sound, they're a little lacking in bass.   So I heard about the MDR-7550/MDR-EX800ST, and they seem good...
  8. roanmy

    Sony MDR-EX800ST alternative?

    I recently acquierd the Sony MDR-EX800ST, and while I do love them, they leak a bit more sound than I can have at certain arenas. Therefore I was wondering if anyone had a recommendation of a pair of IEM's with a similar sound?
  9. gnarlsagan

    What are the biggest flaws of your favorite iems?

    This is one of the most useful questions imo. I'll start.   DBA-02: Sub-bass roll off   FXT90: Too much mid-bass    FXD80: Recessed mids   GR07 mkII: Slight treble roll off     Also does anyone have any iems they consider to have no flaws? I've never heard one.
  10. kimvictor

    Review: Sony MDR-7550

    About myself: http://www.head-fi.org/t/674373/story-of-a-new-reviewer-kimvictor   Intro: Sony's current flagship IEM is XBA-4. However, it's bass heavy tuning and lacking transparency made me disappointed in Sony. Last year, I also noticed that Sony had a line of dynamic IEMs, tuned for...
  11. Sony MDR-EX800ST

    Sony MDR-EX800ST

    Sony's new audio monitor in inner ear style. As an In-Ear Monitor (IEM), MDR-EX800ST is strictly for musicians, sound engineers and audiophiles to listen to music or to hear a custom crafted mix of vocals and stage instrumentation for live performance or studio mixing. There are instructions on...
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