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post #91 of 1335
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Originally Posted by RnB180
I dont see what the big deal is with these new tips. They provide inferior sound to the foamies.
What I like about them:
1. Filth and earwax doesn't stick to them.
2. I think they sound nearly as good as the foamies.
3. They insert significantly faster than the foamies.

I agree about the *pop* that you et when you pull them out, I don't much care for that. They are also not as comfortable as the foamies in my opinion, but significantly more comfortable than the other plastic tips. They are my "Out-and-About" tips while I prefer the foamies at home.
post #92 of 1335
Welcome to the boards Twombly.
post #93 of 1335
Ooh, Ooh,

Sorry about your wallet, Twombly...

(Boy, did I not heed that warning two months ago...)
post #94 of 1335
Thanks, guys. My wallet was never very full to begin with, so I'm damn surprised I got this much.
post #95 of 1335
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Originally Posted by RnB180
I dont see what the big deal is with these new tips. They provide inferior sound to the foamies.
I get zero seal with the new medium tips I never would have guessed that i needed larges, as the small silicones are a pain in my behind, and the medium foams are nice and snug.
post #96 of 1335
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Originally Posted by Twombly
Fear.
Gotta get a case for that lovely Karma!
post #97 of 1335
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Originally Posted by princeclassic
the altoids chewing gum tin is too small for the shuffle with the cap on and puts a good amount of pressure on the shuffle with the cap off (sorta kills the whole point of a case for it).

the regular altoids case is quite big compared to the shuffle. but, it's still pocketable and has enough space leftover for my mx500s.

could you not just make an additional 'slit' on the bottom so that the USB could simply pass through? would make it much more compact. also have you tried any other mint makers? i know that other companies make simmialr sized tins
post #98 of 1335
I really never realized how popular Rio Karmas are...
post #99 of 1335
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Originally Posted by UserNotFound
.... as the small silicones are a pain in my behind, and the medium foams are nice and snug.
I think you are supposed to put them in your ears.
post #100 of 1335
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Originally Posted by Moxwell
I think you are supposed to put them in your ears.
That's classic.
post #101 of 1335
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Originally Posted by eCs_LCS
I really never realized how popular Rio Karmas are...
Ordered min yesterday, can't wait to give it a try. Will post pics here of course.
post #102 of 1335
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Originally Posted by Moxwell
I think you are supposed to put them in your ears.
They dont sound nearly as "muddy" when i try it your way!
post #103 of 1335


I like to keep my music safe and those Pelican cases can take a beating.

The right pic is of my iRiver H320 sitting in an Outro case. You can see the red graphics of Giant Robots skin. The H320 and H340 now support skinning the graphics interface and some great skins are available.

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post #104 of 1335
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Originally Posted by saturnine

15gb Dell DJ, PX100, crap Sony Streetstyle when working around dust/chemicals.
hooray for quoting an old post

Do the Dell DJs and Creative Zens use the same software? BEcause my Zen Touch's screen looks exactly like that.

don't have a digicam but imagine a creative zen touch or a sony walkman hooked up ato a pair of ksc-35s
post #105 of 1335
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Originally Posted by M-317
Do the Dell DJs and Creative Zens use the same software? BEcause my Zen Touch's screen looks exactly like that.
Well actually... creative makes most if not all of the "guts" for the Dell DJ series.
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