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Seems like mid side is your best bet.

post #212 of 384
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Seems like mid side is your best bet.



thanks. i'd try to get a single pair

 

also, should i consider the meelec m11 eartips' kit for the RE0 too?


Edited by kanuka - 8/14/11 at 2:49pm
post #213 of 384

Is there any other tri flange that fit monster turbine? will ety or shure/westone tri flange fit? or their "fit kits"

 

also will the small opening reduce the sound quality?

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Is there any other tri flange that fit monster turbine? will ety or shure/westone tri flange fit? or their "fit kits"

 

also will the small opening reduce the sound quality?


Ety or Westone tri-flanges are definitely too small for any of the Turbine, You can force them in (which won't be easy) but it probably won't sound good anyway. MEElectronics sells  tri-flanges that fit Turbine, but it is mostly the same as the stock version.

 

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Ety or Westone tri-flanges are definitely too small for any of the Turbine, You can force them in (which won't be easy) but it probably won't sound good anyway. MEElectronics sells  tri-flanges that fit Turbine, but it is mostly the same as the stock version.

 



Is the meelec tri flange same material as the meelec bi flange?

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Is the meelec tri flange same material as the meelec bi flange?


The MEE tri flanges are a lot softer than the bi flanges. 

 

I'm curious to how these eartips compare to the stock Ety small/frost tips for HF2/HF5.


Edited by tinyman392 - 8/18/11 at 10:55pm
post #217 of 384

If the large monster tri flange fit me which meelec triflange should i be looking at?

 

If anyone can link it'll be helpful the meelec website has so many different options

post #218 of 384
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If the large monster tri flange fit me which meelec triflange should i be looking at?

 

If anyone can link it'll be helpful the meelec website has so many different options


Get the one for M6 or M9. Basically all the tri-flanges in MEElec website should be the same. They only have one kind of tri-flanges.

post #219 of 384

they have a large and an original size which one should i be looking at if the monster large triflange works for me

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they have a large and an original size which one should i be looking at if the monster large triflange works for me


The large version should be the one you need. But just in case. you should write to MEElec to confirm.

post #221 of 384

clieos

will the pl50 decored foams fit the m11 ? if so, how to decore (and re-core) them correctly  ?

thanks


Edited by kanuka - 9/1/11 at 12:15am
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clieos

will the pl50 decored foams fit the m11 ? if so, how to decore (and re-core) them correctly  ?

thanks


Haven't tried that myself but I don't see why not. You can probably force it on even without decoring the foam tips. To decore, always start from the bottom (the side facing away you ear canal) and use your finger tips to slowly scrape away the foam around inner tube. You can also use a shape knife or razor to do it.

 

post #223 of 384

you are right, it fit without decoring , at least  the Medium size (i couldnt before...)

thanks

post #224 of 384

hi

i got some comply foam tips. i think the t400. large size if i'm not wrong.

but i guess i'm not using them correctly. i get no isolation. am i missing something? is there a right way to put them?

thanks

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hi

i got some comply foam tips. i think the t400. large size if i'm not wrong.

but i guess i'm not using them correctly. i get no isolation. am i missing something? is there a right way to put them?

thanks



you need to pinch/push them until they're on compressed state, then quickly insert it to your ear before the foam expand again.

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