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post #8341 of 9031

Remold is defintely worth it, I use my TF10 customs to work out in.  I had mine with a set of universal TF10, and they sound almost identical, the reshell had a little better mids and slightly better bass extension.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Hellkitchen View Post
 

Hi guys.. would you suggest to re-mold my TF? I've found a place to do this in Italy for approx. 165 €. I still don't know how much the ear molds will cost for me (I thought 15 to 50 €).

 

I'm pretty insecure... Are the sound of the remolded TF different from the normal one? There's any noticeable difference between the two?

post #8342 of 9031

Thanks you reply!

post #8343 of 9031

Is anyone else looking for aftermarket cables with built-in mic/remotes? For ages it seems the Logitech cable was the only option, but it was/is expensive and really crappy.

 

This item on eBay looks like a good alternative: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Logitec-Ultimate-Ears-Replacement-Cable-w-Microphone-46-TripleFi-10-10Pro-10vi-/400586819295

 

It also looks like the Null Audio Lune cables are now offered with a mic/remote: http://www.null-audio.com/store/lune-series-earphone-cable-c-65/lune-series-mkiii-replacement-cable-for-ue-triplefi-10-tf10-p-227.html?zenid=mn6ia8u9u81eodqmnq7qf4eo82

 

Does anyone have any others, and/or experience with the above?

post #8344 of 9031

Just bought the FiiO replacement cable, reading a lot about it being heavier, but I know that's what I'd prefer. Just need some complys. 

post #8345 of 9031
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Originally Posted by marko93101 View Post
 

Just bought the FiiO replacement cable, reading a lot about it being heavier, but I know that's what I'd prefer. Just need some complys. 

Lemme just say how beautiful the TF10 look with the FiiO replacement cable and blue comply tips

post #8346 of 9031

So I have to share this experience of mine with Sunricky's cables. In short, they SUCK. I bought one for around 30 € on eBay. It wasn't only a couple of months it started dying on me - the left side. Once it died completely, I sent it back to them and I waited for over a month to get it back. So I got back the replacement cable two months ago. Well, now, after two months, same thing happened - the cable suddenly died on the left side - the same as the first time. I let him know that the cables suck. Luckily, I am getting my impressions on 23rd Oct for a pair of 1964 V6-Stage CIEMs.

 

-J

post #8347 of 9031
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Originally Posted by St0rMl0rD View Post
 

So I have to share this experience of mine with Sunricky's cables. In short, they SUCK. I bought one for around 30 € on eBay. It wasn't only a couple of months it started dying on me - the left side. Once it died completely, I sent it back to them and I waited for over a month to get it back. So I got back the replacement cable two months ago. Well, now, after two months, same thing happened - the cable suddenly died on the left side - the same as the first time. I let him know that the cables suck. Luckily, I am getting my impressions on 23rd Oct for a pair of 1964 V6-Stage CIEMs.

 

-J

 

For what it cost my Dark Lord cable has probably met my expectaions for longevity, I've had it for about 9 months and had no issues at all.

I store mine loosely in it's own jacket pocket due to the type of wire they use and that may be the reason why I've had no failures. Do you wrap your cable around your player when not in use?


Edited by Ari33 - 10/15/13 at 4:04am
post #8348 of 9031

No, I circle wrap it around itself. Anyways, I disconnected the plug from the cable and see if anyone here at work can re-solder it.

post #8349 of 9031

I went through 2 Fiio RC UE 1 cables and 1 Dark Lord. All 3 wore out at the RCA connection, started losing sound in my left ear piece. Those cables have a straight RCA connection, my current cable has a right angle and so far has zero issues.

post #8350 of 9031
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Originally Posted by hojomojo96 View Post
 

Lemme just say how beautiful the TF10 look with the FiiO replacement cable and blue comply tips

 

 

Those tips are my next purchase. Just trying to source them in Ireland :dt880smile:

post #8351 of 9031

HIfiheadphones.co.uk have them as I imagine would amazon.

post #8352 of 9031

Well finally I've decided to sold (again) my TF's and buy a pair of used UE 900 for 185 € . I havn't time for take ear moulds etc.

post #8353 of 9031

I have been enjoying my TF10s with Comply Foam Tips, but I seem to be running through them pretty fast. I recently ordered my 3rd pack (3 pairs) and it's been only a little over 3 months since I bought my TF10 !!

 

Could someone suggest some place to buy them at relatively cheaper prices...?

post #8354 of 9031
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Originally Posted by BadBoySimran View Post

I have been enjoying my TF10s with Comply Foam Tips, but I seem to be running through them pretty fast. I recently ordered my 3rd pack (3 pairs) and it's been only a little over 3 months since I bought my TF10 !!

Could someone suggest some place to buy them at relatively cheaper prices...?

Do you roll em before insertion? As opposed to just shoving em in there. Shouldn't be wearing out that fast...
post #8355 of 9031
Quote:
Originally Posted by BadBoySimran View Post
 

I have been enjoying my TF10s with Comply Foam Tips, but I seem to be running through them pretty fast. I recently ordered my 3rd pack (3 pairs) and it's been only a little over 3 months since I bought my TF10 !!

 

Could someone suggest some place to buy them at relatively cheaper prices...?

I suggest you to try the Sony Hybrid tips. They aren't made of  foam but they are pretty comfortable and cheaper than Comply's

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