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HIFIMAN RE400

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: ₹6,070.45

₹4,689.07

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Really good on music quality and some issues on wire. Review by Jagan
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Really good sound quality headset for its price.
Neutral sound and details are super.
The wire is not of good quality. Easily prone to damage. Need to handle this headset carefully.
(Posted on 14/07/2018)
Awsome quality! Review by Tejas
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Its an all rounder, superb sound quality, not too bass, and warm fittings.
Credit goes to hifinage for introducing hifiman in india.
Tejas (Posted on 13/02/2016)
Never been so easy to become an Audiophile! Review by Saurabh
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Hail the new king RE-400!

Delivering unprecedented sound quality at this price point, HiFiMan's RE-400 is a premium quality, high-performance In-Ear Monitor (IEM) that sets the standard for others to follow. Featuring advanced ergonomics for superb fit, and premium materials such as a titanium diaphragm, neodymium magnet and OFC Copper cabling, RE-400 represents best-in-class performance and comfort. (Posted on 01/02/2016)
Great IEMs Review by Prashanth S
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These are the best IEMs I've used so far. Great sound quality for a great value. Beware these are not for the bassheads; They have a very neutral signature. Lots of eartips. I love the stock small biflanges. Delivery was great, recieved the package the next day of payment. (Posted on 01/02/2016)
Audiophile kill with a budget bullet Review by Agasthya Suresh
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*Keep in mind that this is my first neutral IEM. All my previous IEMs were V/U shaped.

Treble
I've always found sharp treble to be off-putting. There is a (false?) sense of enhanced clarity that comes with sparkly treble. But for me, the overall enjoyability dips.

I'm absolutely amazed by how smooth the treble is on the RE-400. Some may like a little more sparkle, its sooo perfectly where I want it to be. It may lack some bite with fast electronic music. I found no nasty peaks or dips. To me, the detail and clarity was eye widening (considering my experience or lack thereof).

Mids
I was expecting to be impressed. But not blindsided like this. It felt like I had suddenly switched from 64kbps to a vinyl track. The first thing that struck me was how much more life-like it felt. The vocals had a certain texture. Simply put, if that texture was absent, the vocals wouldn't be as immersive.

A striking feature was the depth to the vocals (not necessarily to the soundstage). It sounded wholesome(male and female alike). I'm finding this very hard to describe but I must persist, because its that important. I am able to gauge how much breath and effort the singer is taking. Apart from the core vocals I hear a lot of nuances and details that contribute to that sense of completion. This particular feature impressed me the most in this IEM.

Another thing I noticed is how untouched and unaffected the mids are. No matter how busy rest of the spectrum gets, the mids always come through unadulterated. Like I had a separate pair of ears for the mids. And it seemed like the bass and highs complemented it nicely. Like they were all on the same plane of preference.

Bass
I will have to divide this segment into two. Initial impressions and Brain burnt-in impressions.

Initial : Sub-bass was non-existent. Some tracks need that sub-bass to sound right. It adds to the natural, warmth feeling. Sub-bass is more of a feeling than hearing. Tracks that had a strong mid-bass component were handled beautifully. I couldn't believe the detail and how fast it sounded. But I would have liked some more punch. Sadly the mids keep grabbing the spotlight therefore I didn't get to try many bass heavy tracks.

Brain-burnt in : Sub-bass still non-existent. But I found out that at high listening volumes the RE-400 extends pretty deep. So it is capable (which will come in handy later on).

I feel the punch in the mid-bass now. And I find the quantity sufficient(not lacking) now. Surprisingly enough, I'm actually enjoying them immensely. I love the attack speed and the detail. I want to say resolving but I'm not sure if it is the correct term. I'm quite stunned to find myself enjoying this type of bass. The initial disappointment only surfaces when I find the sub-bass lacking.

ljokerl advised me to try a narrow lift of a few dB in the sub-bass. This improves presence without affecting the mid-bass. The RE-400 is a very capable iem in this respect. The overall tonality has warmed and I'm not disappointed as often. I still find myself wanting a bit more presence but I don't think EQing it in is the answer. (Perhaps a vent redesign, dampers coupled with a sub-bass lift)

Drums sound very natural (except the deepest reaching ones). It's easy to differentiate between the types of drums. The bass conveys that much detail.

Bottom line: Bass enjoyment is very track subjective. EQing helps because the drivers are capable.

Other miscellaneous rambling:

The soundstage isn't the widest. The Brainwavz R1 has spoiled me in this regard. But it isn't congested either. It conveys a good sense of space. Vocals can be very very intimate. And orchestras can be sufficiently spacious. No complaints there.

All the music components are clearly positioned and layered without any interference. I believe that is good "imaging"?

Like I mentioned before, I sense an overall "completion" in the music. Vocals will have a "bass" component and a "lower highs" component in addition to the core "mid" component. The RE-400 delivers all of it in equal measure (just a tad more in the mids).

I have observed that they sound even better at higher volumes (+1/2 dB above normal listening volume).

I am curious to as to how the RE-400 will perform when powered by a better source. That will have to wait as I don't have the resources :(

Some have reported good results by using dampers to add a little warmth and presence (even going as far to comparing it to the 400$ RE-600). I will try these mods later on. (Posted on 01/02/2016)
Best IEM for the price Review by Arunkumar Bupathy
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My first impression on listening to these was "wtf???" The quantity of bass was much less than the SoundMagic E30 that I have. After a few days of (mental) burn in I started to really enjoy the RE-400. No, the RE-400 is not bass-weak. There is just the right amount of bass. The bass of RE-400 is quick, never misses a beat and has very good extension. It will still be lacking for bass heads, but in terms of quality it's the best I've heard so far. My E30 now sounds bloated in comparison. The mids are the real strength of the RE-400, complemented by finely tuned treble. Overall, great balance. The presentation of the sound is excellent for the price. The RE-400 is moderately spacious and the positioning of the sound is very good. Instrumental separation is fantastic. Every song I throw at it is rendered with such effortlessness. The more I listen to it, the more I feel that this is the kind of sound that I have been searching for. With my other earphones I used to feel, "man, this song could sound so much better". With the RE-400, no more! (Posted on 01/02/2016)

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