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Actually, when I discovered all the many sets of ref1s that have had quality control problems (more than the 3 I've mentioned), I was extremely careful with the set I was loaned. But yes, you're right. With the ref1, I did feel I was lucky they didn't break while they were in my hands.
Well, I remember they had the 846 and k3003.
The folks at Airport Inmotion in JFK let me listen to their 846 for an hour. They were really nice--and also interested in the K10s I was comparing them to.
I was talking to an audiophile in Hong Kong who had 3 (three) of his friends buy the Ref1 and all three had what they thought were driver failures. Perhaps they had cable failures, but the end result is that their Ref1's had serious quality control issues.   That's really too bad. I had a chance to listen to a set of Ref1s for 10 days and it's not bad to my ears. I may do a super brief review later.
Good advice, Coupe.
I like the apex glacier as an amp that suits Noble ciems.
You're welcome. I have CIEMs from different companies and what is usually done is that you print out a CIEM company's instructions and bring it to the audiologist. What you find in practice is that, at least in the U.S., an audiologist who does musician's earmolds will be an official dealer of several different CIEM brands. For example, Julie Glick here in NYC is a dealer and audiologist for UE, Sensaphonics, JHA, and Westone.To your point, I have also worked with an...
What is best in life? Listening to good music through high end earphones wearing comfortable underwear.
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This is indeed true. They really do have a special training program and only those audiologists who attend get to be a Golden Circle member.
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