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  I sent my SM3 to EarSonics asking for repair, because I realised that bass from the right earpiece is louder then the left. EarSonics confirmed that there is some problem on the left earpiece and they are going to solve them.   I know another head-fier who had this problem as well. So, in my opinion you might want to mail EarSonics to tell them your problem.  
SM3 and UM3X is not the same, but I find that this chart is very useful.   When playing tips on IEMs with narrow nozzles, just like the UM3X, it is good to prepare a set of 'spacers' (the plastic tube you can find in the comply tips), so that you can fit tips of different aperture on your UM3X.
The Radius is not Terrans-ears friendly :)   TWF21 is a dual-driver, but currently I get no information on the driver size.
    To sum it up: TWF21 has less bass quantity (not anemic though), more forward mids, more treble quantity, compared to TWF11 (the current DDM). The article also said that TWF21 has very good resolution/detail :)  
I thought shigzeo gets most of his stuff for free?! $150 for SM3 is an incredible deal :)   Take care shigzeo.
This should be more comfortable :)
I just digest what MKang25 said about the treble, since there are a few owners of SM3 said that the treble of SM3 is very detail though laid-back :)
    To tell you the truth, I am seriously tempted. I like them very much during my short auditioning. I refrained myself from saying this earlier, but... The RH-PM5 has a monitor-like sound signature, very similar to the SM3, and perhaps to the UM3X as well, though I am yet to try the UM3X. By the way my SM3 is not with me so I can't say for sure.   Another 'coincidence' is, on the same day I auditioned the RH-PM5, HeadphoneAddict posted an awesome review of UM3X, which,...
I think the Roland's came out before the Ortofon's, both around spring/summer of 2009.   RH-PM5 is a traditional single BA, e-Q7 is a moving BA. RH-PM5 is made in China, e-Q7 is made in Japan.   Based on my limited memory, and I don't have a chance compare them side by side, they don't sound the same. RH-PM5 is quite 'boring', or in other words neutral.   Just some additional information :)
slaters70, if you read this...   For your information, the cable is 2.2 metres looong.   I just tried them for around 20 minutes, and didn't actually do a direct comparison with CK10, so I can only describe how they sound but not how good they sound for $300 ^^;   However I have read things like they have a spacious soundstage, good resolution, and some say that they sound close to the Shure SCL4. An IEM designed for onstage.
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