Yeah man I've started enjoying my IEMs for longer periods, now that I've got the large Auvio tips for the Icons too I dont really see what could beat them for me. You've been going a bit purchase crazy I see? How are those MusikMaker ones working out for you??
Yeah they've been ridiculously comfortable for me, I was kinda worried about this before I bought them back then but they've worked out to be some of the most comfortable IEMs I've ever owned. I watch Twitch with them quite a lot for hours on some occasions and dont notice any discomfort.
Yeah you're definitely on point there mate, I've resorted to just enjoying the IEMs I like for longer periods. Chasing the sound dragon is fun an all but if one doesnt have the funds or the time to do so, those have to look for other ways of sound satisfaction.
2 years but still going strong in our ears, apart from mine of course. My washing machine murdered them, don't worry though it's been questioned and awaiting sentence. Released on bail for now.That's weird, I owned mine for over 2.5 years and didin't get this issue.Extends the bass/midbass, makes the sound presentation fuller and more chunky.
A little update on as I've been away for a while.
The icons are still an amazing everyday driver for me, sound has opened up even more. Now that I've got the large Auvios on them it's really hard to fault these IEMs.
Hmm if you're put off by hot treble I wouldnt necessarily recommend the FXH30. However, most people here inc B9 would probably disagree. When I had my pair they showed a nasty peak to my ears in one of the higher frequencies. Sadly I cant remember exactly which region. Saying the above I dont think the bass in the Tenores is non-existent. I think the Tenores are pretty balanced while still remaining fun. Especially if you use the dual-flanges recommended in the thread. In...