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  Did you use the same audiologist? Maybe should try another one.   Based on some graphs here, http://sonove.angry.jp/FitEarToGo334.html, it does seem like the ER4S rolls off to close to 6dB SPL down to 30Hz.   Are you running stock green filters? I have some red 2.2kohm coming today, maybe that'll make the bass slightly more prominent.   I am talking about amps with flat response. ER4S has 100 ohm impedance, so an amp is somewhat needed.   Earphones are good, but they...
  Then you might have had a bad earmold done. I am talking about custom tips, not custom earphones. And the material that's used to make the tips makes quite a bit of differences too. There're acrylic, vinyl, silicone, etc. Mine are heat activated vinyl tips from Westone. I got 2 pairs for the price of 1, and that's nice of Westone. I once had the JH16, and the fit on that was awful. So in regards to custom stuff, there're more variables that affect the fit, one...
Why not just get custom tips and be happy?     Less discomfort than rubber tips, and no itchiness on the skin. It's not the easiest thing to achieve the same seal everytime and therefore, same SQ everytime listening to the ER4 using conventional tips. With the Westone tips that I have, once it heats up to body temp it just disappears. It's just easy peasy pop and go.   The velour pad on the HD600 is supremely comfortable too. I could sleep with it.   The...
  First post in like 9 months.   ER4S with HD 600. In recent years I have gone a bit old school. Nothing much really surprises nowadays. Some of the newer BA earphones are decent, but most have some obvious flaws, and the measurements tell. Some are grossly overpriced.   I once heard the UERM, and I like it quite a bit. I heard the HD 800 with a very special DIY'ed amp with tube as big as my fist, and that was amazing too. Most amazing was the Staxes. I was...
Does anyone know where can I buy the TG 334 new? It's out of stock on PriceJapan, and out of stock at ALOaudio.
I am going to sell my Stax T1 soon.   It has universal voltage, although the bottom plate needs to be unscrewed to change the voltage.   I bought it here from a fellow member some time ago: http://www.head-fi.org/t/591678/fs-stax-srm-t1-spritzer-mod-sr-507#post_8109211   which was previously owned and modded by the Stax guru, Spritzer: http://www.head-fi.org/t/555130/fs-stax-srm-t1   In Spritzer's words: "It was modded to take ECC99 tubes, placing it...
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