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FiiO FH1 || 1 Dynamic + 1 Balanced Armature dual drivers Hi-Res Audio certified

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  1. kleale
    Yes, I inserted a connector hardly and fully in IEM. Left ear iem didnt have visible mmcx metal part and inserted by 2 times hardly then right iem with problem. If I connect them on the contrary nothing will change.
     
  2. dpwolfordMD
    Just got mine: loved the sound at first until I realized both sides cut out with certain cable movements. I bought the MEE bluetooth cable that i’m considering trying out instead of the balanced cable or may switch out for the 3.5 fiio cable. will update with my results!
     
  3. KopaneDePooj
    Generally when too much force is needed it means you're doing it wrong. Stop, breathe, think, properly align, try again. I don't know if it is the same with all MMCX connectors, as I'm using it for the first time, but it seems a bit tricky to connect. My right earpiece also connected a bit harder but I didn't force it.
     
  4. FiiO
    Dear friend,

    You may try the method in this video to see if it helps:

    If not, please try to contact the seller for help. Sorry for bringing inconvenience to you.

    Best regards
     
    Last edited: May 9, 2018
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  5. kleale
    Ok. I tried it. But Nothing changed. Will send iem back to seller and get a new pair.
     
  6. FiiO
    Dear friend,

    Ok, please accept our sincere apology for bringing inconvenience to you. Hope the issue could be solved as soon as possible.

    Best regards
     
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  7. gazzington
    Has anybody got these and ibasso it01 that can compare both?
     
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  8. kleale
    Imho, fh1 is litle better - more clearer and crisp (knowles armature) little more v-shaped. Ibasso little softer. But of cause, try to listen both on your source and material.
     
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  9. Luigi Milazzo
    I am too sensitive to the 7khz spot, I sold it to a friend who loves this tipe of signature. Being a lover of the b150, is the pinnacle p1 a good upgrade to it?
     
  10. PacoBdn
    They are quite similar in their sound signature.
    For me the big difference in favor of FH1 is in comfort, here wins by beating the IT01. The FH1 you wear it and you forget.
     
  11. Mouseman
    IMHO, the P1s would be a significant upgrade to the b150s (they're also a lot more expensive). I've only listened to the Brainwavs once, but I think I remember them being a nice (if not particularly remarkable) IEM. The P1s are amazing, but you may have to experiment with different tips to find one that works for you. I'm partial to the Spiral Dots, they help the bass of the P1s and cut back on some of the brightness (or maybe that was the burn-in, who knows?). One of the comments I've seen several times on the b150s is "comfortable" -- the P1s will not disappoint in that area, I can sleep with them in very easily, until I remember that I have $200 stuck in my ears and I switch to the FH1s. But the sound is where they excel, and I think they'd handily beat your reference point.

    Did you try different tips with the FH1s? I am generally sensitive to highs, and I've never had a problem after switching tips and letting them burn in a bit.
     
  12. HUGO SILVA
    Message corrected below, I'm sorry. thanks
     
    Last edited: May 21, 2018
  13. HUGO SILVA
    Hello friend, I have the FH1. Is it worth buying the IT01 or are they so similar that it is not worth it? @PacoBdn
    @kleale
     
    Last edited: May 21, 2018
  14. Luigi Milazzo
    Yes, I did roll a lot of tips, and while the foam tipe tamed out the spike i hate, let the bass overwhelm other frequencies. Let me tell a little about my experience, I had a lot of in ears:
    Shure E2c 3/5
    Sony Mdr-ep50 2/5
    Sony Mdr-ex700 2,5/5
    Sennheiser cx300 II 2/5
    Sennheiser Ie7 4,5/5
    Sennheiser Ie8 3,5/5
    Yamaha Eph100 4/5
    Apple Earpods 2,5/5
    Sennheiser cx3.00 2,5/5
    Sony Mdr-ex650ap 3/5
    Shure se425 4,5
    Sony Xba-c10 2,5/5
    Hifiman Re-400 4/5
    VE Monk plus 3/5
    Audio Technica ATH-CKS550i 3/5
    Philips Fidelio S2 4/5
    Brainwavz B100 4,5/5
    Marshall mode 3,5/5
    Audio Technica Ath-E40 3,5/5
    Sony Mdr-ex110 3/5
    Sony Mdr-ex110ap 3/5
    Marshall Mode Eq 4/5
    Fiio FH1 3/5

    My evaluation is expressed in Sq/price ratio. When I say that b150 is my reference, I mean that I love his tonal balance for the casual listening a portable hp/ep is intended for. While I love it, I need the technical capabilities of the se425, for example. What i’m Searching for is the detail and the realism that the b150 can’t provide despite the musical enjoyment it can deliver. I am a classic tenor, and a good iem must be my ultimate weapon to steal the secret of the best. You surely know that in my list only the Shure can provide the accuracy i’m Searching for, but I have the self-limit of 150 euro-dollars for the iem, because I let a thief to steal my se425 due to my distraction. The p1 is priced 100 on massdrop, and while i’m very tempted by the b400, the 100 euro of difference are an obstacle. Some reviewers prefer the p1 to the mellower b400, and i hope i can be happy with the cheaper. What do you think?
     
  15. Mouseman
    Unfortunately, I can't comment on the b400 since I've never heard them. But the Pinnacle PX(P1) is a great value for the money, and I think that given my experience with some of the items on your list (not all), you'll be quite happy. They have an incredible soundstage, very good detail (more than a fair amount of things on your list), great mids and highs, and enough bass for me (with the Spiral Dots). They also definitely shine when you provide them with more power.

    I wish I could help more, but I will say that the P1s perform at a much higher level than the price range in my experience, and are also the most comfortable IEMs I own. I try to not listen to them all the time because I'm afraid I'll get spoiled, and sometimes I appreciate something with a little more "fun" sound signature. That, and because I like to take some care with them, since they're among the more expensive pieces of kit I own. I got them well before the Massdrop version came out.
     
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