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Thank you. I appreciate hearing this from you. Maybe I should get used to having the IEM sit a bit outside my canal. It would be the only IEM that I do this with. 
I use the spinfits for 90% of the IEMs I own. Love them. Wish they would work on the K10u a bit better.
Spinfits were the first tip I tried using ;)     No luck there. I've even got all three sizes.
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Thank you, I've also tried using at least 5 different westone style cables (2 pin) and have not had much success. I am looking into different options. 
Thank you sir. I have used a few double flange tips...no luck there..I do have a few triple flange, and may give it a try. In the past the triple flanges have never given me much success. I have even tried using various comply models. Those babies always fit securely, almost too securely...and they still fall out of my ear. While sounding great, it is dysfunctional to have it fall out of my ears with ease...thanks for working with me guys. I don't like complaining, and...
They are heavy in bass when needed, which I do like. Very natural in that sense I feel. Nothing is overly colored, but I know the K10 is still far from neutral. If I may ask, and not only to you Buddhahacker, is the K10u supposed to fit shallow? Is this the preferred and optimal way, and easiest way to use the K10u? Even with the deeper fitting tips I use, I am still not able to have it sit in the ear securely. I don't have overly big or small canals. I always use...
I would say they are a size down from the gigantic "JH Roxannes" I also use. I may try (once again) finding another cable that has more stability to the memory wire. With universals it is all about the fit, and that usually comes down to tips that fit well. I've always had luck in finding proper tips, with the exception (and frustration) of the K10u...at this moment. 
The body is very well built. It is a shallow fit, that is for sure. I am more comfortable with a secure fit. I have been using universals for a while now, and feel it may have been a better choice to go the custom route with this particular model. When I am able to have the fit sit right, there is bass, but it is still not presented in the way I am used to, compared with my other IEMS I frequent. 
I received my K10u last night, new aluminum body. I have to say, I am not impressed at the moment. While they look nice, the shell is heavy and awkward side. I have probably close to a 50+ different tips collected over the years from various universal IEMS. I've had no luck with any of the tips but one so far. I've only managed to get one large mushroom style silicon tip to fit. The stem of the K10u creates such an awkward setting into your ear. You have to go up at least...
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