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Multi-IEM Review - 352 IEMs compared (Pump Audio Earphones added 04/03/16 p. 1106)

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  1. D3Seeker
    I was thinking this lol, but no dice. Just loud and lifeless :triportsad:
     
  2. vipervick
    Have anyone tried the XD200 Multi Driver Deep Bass Noise Isolating Professional Earbuds? I got them free from The Modern Almanac, only paid shipping. My gut tells me you get what you pay for. However, they sounded decent if a bit weird upon arrival. I have them on my computer at home right now pushing pink noise. I figure a day or so of burn in could help. The fit is strange, as they don't come with any replacement tips. If feels as if they don't go all the way into the ear canal. And the sound was weird. It made recordings sound "live". I'm listening to FLAC on a FiiO x7 ii. I'm a headphone noob, so I really don't know what I'm hearing. I'll revisit when it's been on for a day or 2.

    Also, I listen to so much good stuff that I don't have 1 good song that I compare headphones to. I need one.

    XD200
     
  3. D3Seeker
    You know what I also noticed.... the ue500 gets very coongested. If you listen to anything that goes beyond the basic ensemble (symphonic death metals in my case) the drivers fumble. They just cant keep up with all that's going on. Things tend till pop in even at times. Thank goodness these are gym throw aways (and out of production lol) the ue days are gone.
     
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