Dayton IMM-06 measurements of 325 IEMs

Discussion in 'IEM Measurements - La Cenric's IEM Playhouse' started by La Cenric, Dec 29, 2016.

  1. Francisk

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    Thanks for sharing the F1 and F3 frequency graphs La Cenric. The F3 sure looks very similar to the Vsonic GR07 and probably will give them a good run for the money.
     

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    Being in the spirit of free information, I'll be including @malvinvnv's measurements into the first post as well, just as I did with nmatheis but highlighted in green. While they are done on separate microphones and by separate people, they should be comparable to mine to a reasonable degree based on my analysis of measurements performed with the same exact earphone. The new entries are as follows:

    A-Jays 3
    Audio Technica ATH-CKB50
    Avara AV1
    Avara AV2
    Avara AV3
    Campfire Polaris
    FiiO F3
    FiiO F9
    Intime Sora
    KZ ZS5
    Radius HP-HHR11R
    Sennheiser CX 3.00
    Warbler Prelude
     
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    The FiiO F3 sure looks more linear than the F9. I wonder if the F3 actually sound better.
     
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    My Shozy x AAW Hibiki just arrived today. It comes as my additional reward option for supporting the AAW Capri cable Indiegogo.

    Shozy x AAW Hibiki

    Initial impressions
    • Thin and shrill sounding midrange. Vocals not of the right timbre.
    • Treble also sounds off, in a way that is quite piercing yet lacks the upper octave air.
    • Bass is decent but nothing exceptional.
    • Unacceptable channel matching. Left channel has more treble than the right by a significant margin of error. (Measurement above is taken with the right channel)
     

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