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That's a really awesome looking dap! Would look awesome with the vibro Aria. What is it called?
it is called Explorer X1 by Echobox.
It already has a complement to it in Finder X1
Thks to @Gilly87 and the team for these good stuffs
super cool! Wonder how that sounds
finder x1 sounds like a mini ie800
explorer x1 due to my short auditioning, I cant comment much but is on par with the likes of fiio x5ii
Best slight V-shaped iem i have heard to date ☺
My all time favourite iem
I can't help myself but I really love how that composition/picture turned out, so I cannot resist and must post it here.
Spoiler: Making of:
Yep, all is legal and what one is actually seeing are old, polished blank ammo shell casings and wheat flour to create that "Breaking Bad theme" atmosphere.
@HiFiChris : shouldn't you use a blue stuff to stick with BB theme?
Btw, congrats on Contributor status!!!
Unfortunately I don't have any blue crystals or blue stuff around (except for IEMs and headphones), else I'd have made a second composition (that Breaking Bad idea just came into my mind when I imported the pics and already made two edits (one regular and one with vignette), before that it was just planned as a "boring" composition of an "audio rig with pretended drugs and blank ammo shell casings" as seen in the "making of" spoiler).
I've also got a few more compositions, especially made for @masterpfa in the Finder X1 thread.
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
"Gotta Catch 'Em All":
"These go to 11":
I love these things.
What component of sound do you guys think will affect whether it is the top sound
I cannot deny at all that I thoroughly love the Fidue A83 (actually its OEM version for UPQ, the Q-music QE80), and totally see why others love it as well. During my critical listening phase, it even happened quite often that I was just sucked into the music and totally forgot to take notes or compare it.
Reviewed here: http://www.head-fi.org/products/upq-q-music-qe80/reviews/15744
Though it is not the technically best compared to the DN-2000J and FLC8s, I personally find it the overall most harmonious and a heck of fun.
FLC8s: extreme versatility, excellent midrange, bass speed and separation
DN-2000J: the most "magical" with fast yet tactile bass and a really good soundstage
PRIMACY: the smoothest and most easygoing, with a quick bass response
A83/QE80: extremely enjoyable, v-shaped with bright yet very even treble
personally i go for mid range only so flc8s hehe
Yep, I was very surprised that the FLC8s is even very slightly more detailed in the mids than my UERM - it's the first time for me a cheaper IEM has surpassed the UE's midrange resolution. Treble and bass refinement definitely go to the UE though.