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So i'll be honest i dont know much about audio however recently i started buying a bunch of iems: alpha & delta ks3's, shure tapes & fiio fa1's
i also own hd 6xx's
I decided to buy these cause i thought the whole interchangeable nozzle thingy looked cool, thats really the only reason.
Anyway - once they arrived i decided to line up all my earphones (& used my 6xx as a baseline, expecting it to be the best) and omg to be honest i actually think i prefer these to my hd 6xxs. I havnt really played around with the nozzle thingys very much but i chucked on both of the red ones and wow so far it has been amazing. Really clean and smooth and the audio feels like its all in the "right position" in my head. I think the biggest thing ive noticed is the lyrics in songs are very clear and not muddled at all, i didnt even think that what i was listening to sounded muddled until i plugged these in and it made the other iems and hd6xx sound bad
I’m sorry for the troubles you’ve had with Trinity but IMR is a different reality. I’ve purchased several iems from them. They represent quality way above their price point and IMR has provided extraordinary excellent customer service. Read reviews of IMR and you’ll see time after time of sock popping customer service. So I can unequivocally recommend IMR and their products.
Thank you. I didn't lose much but others lost quite a bit. People need to know where IMR came from, their history and their foundation. People claim Bob just worked there and was an engineer and has nothing to do with what happened with Trinity Audio. When people say this apparently what they DON'T know is that Bob's wife was co-owner, same building. IMR is just a continuation of Trinity; built on the bone heap of bad customer relations and ripped off people that Trinity left behind.
Go to the IMR website, you will NOT find any company history info like many companies have. No how we started, who we are, our history, who is the owner, etc. Does anyone ask why that is? No. I wonder why. Most all (honest) companies show who is the owner and their owner or founder etc. Example, Campfire Audio:
Go to IMR:
Nothing, on Instagram nor Facebook either. Why?? They know what their history is and where they came from but do not want to advertise the truth. They may have good service and products but remember it's important to know who you support and if something happens down the road what to expect and or not be surprised. Some will not care I guess but should be aware nonetheless.
Aún así... Los IEM que fabrica son geniales.
@Hi-Fier @Camook time to Give it a rest. IMR is not Trinity. You don't know, I don't know, and BGGA doesn't know the full story of what happened at Trinity. Several years have passed and Bob and IMR have been consistently delivering home runs both in terms of the IEMs delivered and the customer service that backs them. Time to drop your vendetta. The accolades here on drop and all over headfi are the true attestation as to what customers of IMR can expect
Hey, even at Drop's price, the 6xx are still worth less than these (not that price means everything, but these are almost 40% of what was legitimately their retail price, not to mention at the retail even vs the HD650 these are still more valuable). Don't forget, IEMs can be as good as full sized headphones; they're just different.
Why buy a bunch of low tier iems and not go for the big boy FA9? My FA9s are totl headphones.