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post #16 of 25
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If you happen to land in Bangkok, you may call (+66 or 0 in Thailand)846553548
post #17 of 25
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Originally Posted by WindowsX View Post
I was told the commercial product will have detachable cable but mine isn't because I wanted them to hard-wire it with apuresound er-4 cable to make the sound comes best (no loss from connector).
Nice pics, but the theoretical losses on the connector (about 50 mili-ohms) are not something you can hear at all
post #18 of 25
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If you happen to land in Bangkok, you may call (+66 or 0 in Thailand)846553548
Great, I will be in Bangkok for 4 days.

Is the location easy to go to? Do the people there talk in English? How much does this product cost? How long does it to take for them to finish this product? Can you post or pm me their address in Thai so that I may call a taxi to there?

Thank you.
post #19 of 25
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Bangkok is the main capital of Thailand, most people could hardly speak English fluently (but some can talk partially). This product is still in prototyping so forget about buying it and it takes like weeks to finish ones. Anyway, the product I haven isn't meant to be used for portability purposes. Each driver has over 20 ohm impedance (like 24-29) and consume quite current to make good sound (half volume of UE11Pro). It sounds quite good for potential revealing but not tasty at all for music lover. I can lend you mine for listening test though (and it sounds unbeatable when amped with good home amps)
post #20 of 25
Just show us the damn things already. What are you afraid of, the FC cops showing up and confiscating your IEMs?
post #21 of 25
Wow, I really like the look of those things.
post #22 of 25
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Originally Posted by pseudohippy View Post
Wow, I really like the look of those things.
Although I agree with you that they "look" great, to me it is more important how they "sound"
post #23 of 25
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Although I agree with you that they "look" great, to me it is more important how they "sound"
LOL, while I whole heartedly agree with you that sound is very critical, I would even say 99% is how they sound, but right now looks are all I got to go on, for now . Im just saying they are a good start.
post #24 of 25
hmmm is it just me or do some of those pictures of UE in them....

Oh ROFL I just noticed there's a person as well doing inappropriate things to the UE logo.
post #25 of 25
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hmmm is it just me or do some of those pictures of UE in them....

Oh ROFL I just noticed there's a person as well doing inappropriate things to the UE logo.
Although some of those customs look ok, the one of the guy taking a piss on the UE logo looks like possibly the saddest excuse for a custom IEM Ive ever seen. Its like having a Pinto with a bumper sticker of a guy pissing on a Bentley logo.
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