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Hifiman RE-262
7.9 out of 10

Hifiman RE-262

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Overall 10
10

User Review

angevoi, head-fi.org
30 September 2011
  • Summary: I liked them much with instrumental music or whatever that does not require a large soundstage. Others mentioned that it has a large soundstage for an IEM, i agree. It doesn't have the crisp, lively sound my most of music requires so i sold them.
  • Pros: Well detailed, never harsh, sweet midrange
  • Cons: Rolled off treble, not an all-rounder, not as engaging
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Overall 10
10

User Review

TheGame21x, head-fi.org
30 September 2011
  • Summary: Introduction First, I’d like to thank Fang at Head-Direct once again for generously providing me with a RE-262 review sample.   HiFiMan has come a long way in just a few short years.
  • Pros: Warm and fluid midrange, delicate highs, large soundstage, excellent vocal reproduction, exceptional detailing
  • Cons: Heavily microphonic cable,
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Overall 9
9.0

User Review

shotgunshane, head-fi.org
30 September 2011
  • Summary: I’m a little late to the Hifiman RE series party but I thought it was time to get this party started and I did with the RE262.  Wow!  This level of musicality and refinement was not expected.   The RE262 is an odd shaped phone.  It is made to wear down or up.
  • Pros: Lush and inviting midrange; Very musical
  • Cons: Bulky modular cable; requires and amp to shine
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Overall 9
9.0

User Review

Kojaku, head-fi.org
30 September 2011
  • Summary: Packaging These IEM's come in a pleather casing with a mount for the earpieces as well as 3 adapter plugs (balanced, unbalanced regular polarity, unbalanced reversed polarity), 5 sets of replacement filters and 5 sets of earpieces (1 large bi-flange, 1 small bi-flange, Small olives, medium olives,...
  • Pros: Lush, Articulate, Well-Extended, Very Reasonably priced
  • Cons: Comes out of the box with forward mids, should be carefully amped (Though an amp isn't really necessary).
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