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post #31 of 54
Tusen takk.

Sounds like the IEM for me, as I do like my bass, but still enjoy a bit of clarity as well and a wide-ish soundstage.
post #32 of 54
If youre actually norwegian and not just found that on some translator, check apple store norway - 1300 NOK with free shipping. Ordered mine monday, got them today.
post #33 of 54
I'm in Sweden at the moment, but live partly in the UK as well. I'll keep my eyes open for the best bargain on these, thanks.
post #34 of 54
from what i heard.. CX6 is essentially a closed IE6....cud be rumour.

what i am expecting is a bloaty bass but much better mids than other CX series.


also i like its brushed metal finish.
post #35 of 54
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Originally Posted by Captain Ødegård View Post
Just got mine, and what Merlin-PT has said here and on PM seems to fit on the spot. Still burning in, but the sound sig seem to fit my preferences perfectly. A little sibilance on a couple of tracks that by default are very sibilant, but nothing I can't live with. Using phonak cable guides with them as the included ones are crap in comparison, and also waiting for comply foam tips for them
I'm glad you got a good 1rst impression with the cx6.

I also noticed you mention phonak and because I'm looking for something with less bass, I've ordered them (still waiting for delivery). I'm just curious if you have them and were looking for more bass?
post #36 of 54
No i just have the silicone cable guides they make. They come with the audeo, but they also sell them seperate.

post #37 of 54
That is sexy. I actually prefer this design more than the IE 8.

I wonder if Sennheiser will release CX versions of the IE 7 and 8...
post #38 of 54
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Originally Posted by Captain Ødegård View Post
No i just have the silicone cable guides they make. They come with the audeo, but they also sell them seperate.
Nice photo, the cx6 are very beautiful and comfortable
post #39 of 54
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Originally Posted by walkingman View Post
That is sexy. I actually prefer this design more than the IE 8.

I wonder if Sennheiser will release CX versions of the IE 7 and 8...
Whilst I'm the opposite, I like the looks of the IE8's than the CX6... (Just my opinion here)
post #40 of 54
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Originally Posted by thechungster View Post
Whilst I'm the opposite, I like the looks of the IE8's than the CX6... (Just my opinion here)
Favourite is still the IE 7. Looks like Darth Vader's helmet from certain angles.
post #41 of 54
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Originally Posted by walkingman View Post
Favourite is still the IE 7. Looks like Darth Vader's helmet from certain angles.
Ah yeah, I like how it curves at the bottom. Very sleek in my opinion.
post #42 of 54
In the cx6, there's a channel that looks like it was designed to let a very small amount of air pass between the ear and the outside, just to equalize pressure.

Maybe this is usual but I've not seen it in the cheap in-ears that I'm used to.
It's an interesting detail and would like to know if this is common in other IEMs and if its purpous is realy what I thought... ?

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post #43 of 54
Interesting. I just checked my IE 8 and there is nothing like that. Perhaps it is one of those design features, like you said, to help equalise pressure. The CX 6 is marketed as a suitable airplane passenger's companion after all.
post #44 of 54
Some company over here in norway offer custom plugs for the Sennheiser canal phones. too bad theyre more expensive than the iems themselves
post #45 of 54
Got the comply tips today. They are a bit too "long", meaning the foam part sticks out too much so if I move my head they queeze over the canal hole and closes the path for the sound. I cut off a bit of the tips and it was much better

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