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post #8581 of 9565
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Originally Posted by Tranman409 View Post

Yes I finally have some disposable income and had these TF10s for 3 years from the first Amazon Black Friday sale. I'm getting ear impressions on the 26th and hoping to send them out by the end of the week to InEarZ. My standard cables would work with the inearz reshell right? Or would I have to send in my cables along with my TF10 

The pin size is different. My humble suggestion: ask for the standard pin configuration (the same inearz, jhaudio and westone use) and use the cable from inearz.

Stock Pin Size Chart.
Cable Size (inches) Size (mm)
Jerry Harvey Audio JH16 0.029 0.75
Ultimate Ears Triple.Fi 10 0.027 0.68

As you can see, the cables are not interchangeable.
Edited by squallkiercosa - 12/24/13 at 2:04pm
post #8582 of 9565
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Originally Posted by olddude View Post
 

How much are the impressions costing?  I'm still searching for a good price.

 

It will cost me $50, $25 for each side but theres no tax. I'm assuming that's the best I could get 

post #8583 of 9565
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Originally Posted by Tranman409 View Post
 

Yes I finally have some disposable income and had these TF10s for 3 years from the first Amazon Black Friday sale. I'm getting ear impressions on the 26th and hoping to send them out by the end of the week to InEarZ. My standard cables would work with the inearz reshell right? Or would I have to send in my cables along with my TF10 

 

Tell them to use the stock TF10 socket, you will be good to go.

post #8584 of 9565

Are you in the US?  Cheapest quote so far is 125-150 which is really out of line.

post #8585 of 9565
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Originally Posted by Watagump View Post
 

 

Tell them to use the stock TF10 socket, you will be good to go.


Ok thanks. if I order one of their cables, will I be able to use it with the TF10 socket as a backup cable? 

 

 

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Originally Posted by olddude View Post
 

Are you in the US?  Cheapest quote so far is 125-150 which is really out of line.

 

 

 

Yeah US. I checked the forums here and that seems to be the average price($50) for impressions. 

post #8586 of 9565
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Originally Posted by Tranman409 View Post
 


Ok thanks. if I order one of their cables, will I be able to use it with the TF10 socket as a backup cable? 

 

 

 

 

Yeah US. I checked the forums here and that seems to be the average price($50) for impressions. 

 

Never used the InEarZ cable, but I have used quite a few cables with my customs and the stock sockets. Best thing to do is talk with Kaysen and decide what cable and socket to go with. I recently had my cable in for repairs and had different connectors put on to make a tighter fit into the sockets.

post #8587 of 9565

What part/side of US. I 'm on West Coast near LA, wondering if that's why prices so high.

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The cable InEarz uses is the same as any other stock cable. That stock cable is just fine. I would use that cable if I was going to get something reshelled since that pin is what the majority of ciem uses and if you want custom cables there are many options for that. 

post #8589 of 9565
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Originally Posted by rawrster View Post
 

The cable InEarz uses is the same as any other stock cable. That stock cable is just fine. I would use that cable if I was going to get something reshelled since that pin is what the majority of ciem uses and if you want custom cables there are many options for that. 

 

 

Thanks. The next few weeks of waiting will be hard but worth it. TF10s have serve me well 

 

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What part/side of US. I 'm on West Coast near LA, wondering if that's why prices so high.

 

 

Texas. I don't see why they would cost so much considering it would only take the audiologist 30 minutes of their time and safely put in silicone in your ear.  $100+....damn 

post #8590 of 9565
Hey guise,what is the best reshelling service for he tf10? I'm in Canada,if that helps
post #8591 of 9565
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Originally Posted by olddude View Post
 

What part/side of US. I 'm on West Coast near LA, wondering if that's why prices so high.

 

 

I got mine done in Irvine for $50, a place near me wanted $75 per ear. Just call around and find the best price.

post #8592 of 9565

I found the sony hybrids to have too narrow of a bore opening thus effecting the mids and highs, if you look at the silicone tips that come with the tf10 they have a much more open design, thus highs and lows/ just my opinion

post #8593 of 9565
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Originally Posted by olddude View Post

Or these guys?  Or are they both wrong?  I'm in California so shipping could be slow, but if you can't find anyone closer who has 'em, let me know and I'll send them along to you.





These ones. What are you doing with them? Are they just hanging around? :-)
post #8594 of 9565

Yep, living on my couch and drinking my beer (I don't really drink beer, but it sounded better than ...my Cognac).

 

I use Comply tips.  These are just in a bag.  You want 'em, you can have 'em.  PM me your particulars if you wish, and I'll put 'em in the mail  You should get them in 2014 (normally a joke re snail mail but since New Years is fast approaching....).  Never mailed anything to Australia before, assume the snail will be very slow.

post #8595 of 9565
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Originally Posted by olddude View Post

Yep, living on my couch and drinking my beer (I don't really drink beer, but it sounded better than ...my Cognac).

I use Comply tips.  These are just in a bag.  You want 'em, you can have 'em.  PM me your particulars if you wish, and I'll put 'em in the mail  You should get them in 2014 (normally a joke re snail mail but since New Years is fast approaching....).  Never mailed anything to Australia before, assume the snail will be very slow.

Excellent news! 2014 it is. Pm sent. :-)
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