Oriolus IEM Measurements

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    Oriolus (Gen 2) IEM Measurements

    See subjective impressions / succinct review here: http://www.superbestaudiofriends.org/index.php?threads/oriolus-iem-succinct-review.2068/#post-52382

    Oriolus Frequency Response (0dbREL = 100db SPL)
    Ori FR.png
    I screwed around for a bit trying to get the channels to match to no avail. IEMs can be difficult to measure. I do suspect that the drivers are a bit off since I am usually able to get the matching closer with other IEMs. Driver matching for UERM and Andromeda was essentially perfect. The Oriolus drivers being off so much is a bit disconcerting and as often the case, could be a reason why I found the sound a bit disjointed throughout the spectrum.

    Orilous Distortion (per levels above in FR measurement)
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    Orilous Impedance and Phase (electrical)
    Ori Z.png
    Note: There is a 20 degree phase shift at 20kHz (starting at 10kHz) and 10% impedance roll off at 20Hz (starting at 50Hz) inherent with the impedance measurement apparatus. When I have more time, I'll build a proper system for this measurement; but the current results should still give us the gist of things.
     

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