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This is amazing. I live in Lansdale... Would LOVE to come and hang out.
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Well said. Truly we all need to smell the roses sometimes. I think about the first pair of headphones i used in my life. A clunky, old full size pair that made you look like a 1960s nuclear missile radar operator… the technology is progressing at such a breakneck pace, it's almost insane to think what we will be putting in our ears in 20 years. Maybe we won't be putting anything in our ears and music will be holographically projected by laser beams on sharks heads. And we...
 
I'm just using the stock bi-flanges right now. They penetrate deeper somehow on the v2s. That's what she said, right? I've played around with a few other tips (olives, complys) but the bi-flanges really do the trick. I'd be interested in trying some TRI-flanges for even more penetration, as my ear canals are rather whoreish. On a side note, I listen to all genres of music on the sm3s, even kidzbop, and they perform magnificently across the musical spectrum, but where they...
Wow thanks for clarifying. I'm quite pleasantly surprised that the improved tips/fit are creating what I consider to be a sizable improvement in sound quality. What this means is that I wasn't getting all that great of a seal with the v1s and I didn't even realize it! Crazy.
My v2s sound quite a bit different (and BETTER) than my v1s. Maybe it's just my brain playing tricks on me, but I'm hearing things that cannot simply be explained by the wider holes in the tips or a more precise fit. A wider sound stage and more detailed instrument separation for starters. Anyone else?
  Does anyone besides me wear their SM3s over the ear, but with the y-splitter in the front? When I do this with my v1s, the cable somehow always gets twisted in such a manner that turning my head left or right will create a "bubble" in the cord right behind my ears. This is extremely bothersome, to the point that I will take them off and attempt to straighten out the cable. For some reason I find this quite difficult. Sometimes I just cannot get it to lay like it...
Does anyone besides me wear their SM3s over the ear, but with the y-splitter in the front? When I do this with my v1s, the cable somehow always gets twisted in such a manner that turning my head left or right will create a "bubble" in the cord right behind my ears. This is extremely bothersome, to the point that I will take them off and attempt to straighten out the cable. For some reason I find this quite difficult. Sometimes I just cannot get it to lay like it should...
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