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anyone here own a pair of Jack's EE Savage 9?
His thoughts between the R and the XIV are here:
Cool. I remember seeing it, just didn't search far enough to find it.
I think they're a lovely start. Helbros, nice choice.
what is that?
What is that unicorn dust?
Time for the skills to be put to the test.
Jack BASS IEM, if you need BASS get with him, he has the Savage 5 and 9, just send in my impression for the 9, @Sound Eq owned a pair of 5
Dude.....we should have continued to it for a while! LOL
Hi guys, for anybody who are interested in reading about a tour at the EE office, feel free to go here.
Sweet write up!
And thanks for the little shout out. I haven't been forgotten yet haha
Credits must always be given to where its due.
Shane, I know what I am about to ask is not a fair question, as it has been a while since you owned the U10, but off your memory, would you be able to comment, how the Z-R compares to the U10 in terms of tuning and technical capabilities?
Thanks for your help!
Nice write up. What I don't completely understand is the demo model of Zeus with the switch; Zeus-R should have a different crossover and added resistors against the hiss compared to the original XIV. So I'm guessing the switch would be between Zeus-R and a tuning resembling XIV, though not exactly the same thing (Jack?).
Anyways, that would be an insanely cool production feature like the Vision Ears V6xcontrol. Please consider that in the future EE!
The easy things I remember: the U10 is much, much bassier than the Zeus-R. Zeus's bass will be more tactile and firm compared to the airy Adele bass. Also the U10 didn't have a lot of treble presence. Treble detail could be masked by the prodigious bass. Treble is one of the Zeus-R fortes. Really nice sparkle and timbre, as well as very resolving. So overall the Zeus-R is much closer to neutral.