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I’m not saying I wouldn’t happily take the SI24’s, just saying if it was my money and I could pick anything, I probably would go that direction. If we were talking about limiting them to below 50hz, then it wouldn’t matter in the slightest. The greater excursion and power handling would likely favor the SI drivers.
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More specifically, there’s 3.5 hours of listening possible from each earbud. The soundscape behind these earbuds tends to be pretty neutral. They didn’t go overboard with bass tones, and they didn’t amplify the treble beyond recognition. IF you’re looking for headphones with a little more pep to them, you can always head over to an equalizer and adjust things a little. But it’s probably fair to say these earbuds end up sounding about average for their price.
Their HT driver has such high inductance that odd order distortion rises like crazy as output increases. JTR subs don’t show this behavior nearly as much, there distortion above 50hz is actually low enough to be near as good as it gets. AND since you mention Jeffa drivers, I wish Eminence would introduce new Subwoofer drivers based on a new deeper frame. Their current frame can’t support much more than 8-10mm of Xmax and so they would need to add spacers to gain extra Xmax, which is not something they offer in an off the shelf driver. Jeff uses a custom Eminence driver in his lower end subs and I understand it uses a custom spacer to achieve higher Xmax. I like the SI24 drivers, but for the money, I prefer the funk made drivers such as the Focusworks line. They seem to have a more linear motor with otherwise similar performance.
Expect some future articles related to La Voce drivers. I have already talked with Loudspeakers plus about coming out to their facility and touring the drivers once they arrive.
Comparing how these earbuds sound, both end up pretty close to average for this price range, though the HELM Headphones will be a slightly better choice for people who really love bass. And neither pair of buds have serious sync problems, but only HELM Audio True Headphones have the ability to extend a signal out towards 80ft. Of course, there are also some tradeoffs to running extra strong bass tones, as with the Helm Audio True Wireless Earbuds. In this case, those tradeoffs have to do with raw audio power leading to a slightly diminished battery lifespan.
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These drivers seem to offer many of the things I love at more favorable pricing. What I look for is a driver with at least 10mm of linear XMAX and preferably quite a bit more. A linear motor design which makes use of good linearizing techniques such as the downlad free software voice coil itself, inductance rings, etc. Finally, that it be a high quality and well built driver, preferably one that can be readily rebuilt if damaged. Beyond that, I like good sensitivity, but using better terminology, one that can be designed to have high system efficiency at the frequencies it will be utilized at. Low distortion, including in the upper bass frequencies.
The 21SW152 is my top choice as it is almost exactly the same price for me as the DS115. And the 18SW115 is also the same price as the DS115 so the same for the 18. I think Funk’s drivers would be my choice also based on opinions and simulations. But I also would love to own TC 5100 but they are no longer for now.