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post #7531 of 9069
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Originally Posted by gambit300 View Post

That's what I'm afraid of  tongue.gif. Customs are an expensive thing to get hooked on.

 

So is heroin.

post #7532 of 9069
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Originally Posted by eke2k6 View Post

 

So is heroin.

When you put it that way... Guess I made the right choice? Maybe..

post #7533 of 9069
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Originally Posted by KimChee View Post

Hes right I dont even look at universals anymore..except that Heir audio 3ai/4ai looks pretty nice


So you DO look at universals. wink_face.gif

post #7534 of 9069
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Originally Posted by gambit300 View Post

I just made an appointment to get my impressions done next week ksc75smile.gif

 

Did my impressions by myself and it turned out pretty good. Should consider trying to do it yourself if your a bit low on funds hahaa. 

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Did my impressions by myself and it turned out pretty good. Should consider trying to do it yourself if your a bit low on funds hahaa. 

I thought about it, but impression kits are what? $15-20? The place here charges $30, I figured $10-15 was worth not risking me screwing up my ears.

post #7536 of 9069
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Originally Posted by gambit300 View Post

I thought about it, but impression kits are what? $15-20? The place here charges $30, I figured $10-15 was worth not risking me screwing up my ears.


Yes, they run in the $15 to $20 range. At $30 for yours, I agree with getting them done by an Audiologist. I paid $50 to get mine done.

post #7537 of 9069
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Originally Posted by KimChee View Post

Hes right I dont even look at universals anymore..except that Heir audio 3ai/4ai looks pretty nice

 

Go Heir customs.. solid price hookups for Head-fi people yo!

post #7538 of 9069
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I thought about it, but impression kits are what? $15-20? The place here charges $30, I figured $10-15 was worth not risking me screwing up my ears.

Wherever you live...must be nice cause that's pretty cheap. The places i asked around ranged from $50 to $80 -_-"

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Originally Posted by jono454 View Post

Wherever you live...must be nice cause that's pretty cheap. The places i asked around ranged from $50 to $80 -_-"

Yea, I read that some places were kind of expensive, so I was worried. The place I am going has a pretty professional looking website that even has a picture of some CIEMs and says that they do fits for them; the website also leads me to believe that you can order CIEMs through them also. So, hopefully that means they are also competent at taking impressions for CIEMs.

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I had one place in my area quote me $80 per ear.

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What kind of discounts are we talking about here?

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Go Heir customs.. solid price hookups for Head-fi people yo!

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Ahh the TripleFi 10, no other iem has ever given me more bang for my buck portable audio pleasure (not counting the free SE530 I got).

 

Too bad I had to sell it once it's poor midrange became too much for me.

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Originally Posted by ProjectDenz View Post

Ahh the TripleFi 10, no other iem has ever given me more bang for my buck portable audio pleasure (not counting the free SE530 I got).

Too bad I had to sell it once it's poor midrange became too much for me.

It was super when I first purchased my TF10, they were the first BA I'd ever heard I was pretty blown away, but as time went on, I tried other IEM's such GR07 MK2, Yamaha EPH-100 I began seeing their flaws. To me the mids are cloudy and you lose a lot of crispness in vocals, there's a lack of bite. Treble however is spot to me bare the wacky timbre. I enjoy them for their detail and energy with EDM. But for acoustic or vocals they sound off.
post #7545 of 9069

I can't help it, you add exotic woods to any piece iem/headphone, and audiophiles are automatically drawn to it.  Same thing applies to braided cables..

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So you DO look at universals. wink_face.gif

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