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I dont think those graphs are real...
Mmmmm. More like 10 days.
or ten hours...
I've taken the ZS7 on a plane and it did really well, good isolation and the extra bass helped keep out the airplane noise. I think the CA4 would be a good travel IEM-it's got a good amount of bass and if something happened to it it wouldn't be a huge loss...
Also, I meant to ask, do you think it is worth buying a V2 rev 3 if you already have a V2 rev 1 and a CNT-1?
And is the DT6 really that horrible? I am looking for a transit IEM to test against the V80 / KZ7, and the DT6 are cheap right now.
Wow, take a look at this new IEM:
Look familiar? Dual dynamic drivers, same side vents, same little recessed flat spot at the bottom intended for a logo/model name, and it even has the internal wall that separates the 2 drivers for better frequency separation.
I’ll give you 2 hints:
oh but it was never that expensive was it?
Nope, it was in the ‘good ol days’, when KZs were $4, $7, $9, etc.
I remember when the 1st KZ hit $13-$14, and we all thought the world was gonna end! Now they’re hitting $40, $60, even $100+!
a tiny bit less than what they want now for this other thing... lol
DT6 are great fun to listen!
The stage is perceived as hugely spacious (spatially distorted for me, but I do enjoy listening to piano duets sounding three-dimensional); the timbre is off.
As long as you do not expect DT6 to be 100% realistic, it can be most fun IEM experience ever and for under $20, it is a winner for me in a "fun" category.
If you're not scared to try foams, I would try the Newbee foam tips. I use em on all my iems, except for my TFZ NO.3 (Spinfit CP145 large on those...because I find this set kinda dark sounding and like a bit more upper mids and treble). For everything else I own, Newbee foams are the best for me. Very soft, spongy memory foam, that is smooth in the ear, unlike Comply or Dekoni, which I find very rough and uncomfortable. The Newbees are like a cross between a silicone and a foam, imo. Great comfort, clean up easy, and can be worn for hours. They also seem to tame any peaks in the highs, yet still allow all the details to come through.
I like the Newbee eartips as well, includes a carrying case too which is pretty nice for how cheap they are.