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post #31 of 103
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Originally Posted by my.self View Post
i believe the cables on the ie7 and ie8 are not swapable right?
You can swap the cables on the IE 8.
post #32 of 103
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Originally Posted by DeusInvictus7 View Post
Not for the 7's though. I'm pretty sure they don't have a replaceable/swappable cable.
Oops, my mistake.

-Ed
post #33 of 103
my friend is willing to sell me his used ie7's... he wants 135

is that a good price? they're in pretty good condition, he doesnt use them much
post #34 of 103
that seems like a good price. thats almost half off. and since hes ur friend, u can try it on and then check out the build quality/damages or w/e there may be before u buy. basically, u can look for urself if their good or not and wont need other ppls opinions. 135 is very good price for it. especially if its in pretty good condition according to u. new is about $230.
post #35 of 103
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Originally Posted by koven View Post
my friend is willing to sell me his used ie7's... he wants 135

is that a good price? they're in pretty good condition, he doesnt use them much
Nice price, you should go for it IMO.
post #36 of 103
Is that USD? If so I think it is a pretty good deal if he can provide a receipt for warranty coverage. They cost around $230 new (or £120/US$170 over here).
post #37 of 103
Yes that's USD.


Thanks guys, I think I'm gonna get them... will go pick them up this week from his house


I'm also looking for a good place to get the Turbines.. so will be curious to see how they sound vs each other.
post #38 of 103
Interested in seeing your turbine vs. IE7 comparison once you get them. For me it was IE7 hands down.

Also, I wear the IE7s straight down, don't have to reverse the right to left.
post #39 of 103
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Originally Posted by Slides View Post
Interested in seeing your turbine vs. IE7 comparison once you get them. For me it was IE7 hands down.

Also, I wear the IE7s straight down, don't have to reverse the right to left.
Cool, glad to hear IE7 is a clear win. Also, VERY glad to hear that they can be worn straight down. I CANNOT wear things over my ears, just doesn't work for me.
post #40 of 103
Looking forward to the IE7 vs IE8 comparison
post #41 of 103
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Originally Posted by ChroniCali View Post
Anyone got a comparison between the IE7 and the Turbines?
x2
post #42 of 103
@Slides

Why did the Ie7's win hands down vs the turbines? Which has more bass?
post #43 of 103
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Originally Posted by R3SET View Post
Looking forward to the IE7 vs IE8 comparison
I own both and have over 300 hours of burn in on both of them. Bass is a lot more present with the IE8's (and that's with the lowest knob setting!). Soundstage is much wider with the IE8's and have slightly better treble. The IE7's are more neutral and have more forward sounding mids. Insertion is shallow (ie7), but I manage to get a good seal with both of them using the medium dual flange tips. The IE7's sound sorta like a cross between the IE8's and the SE530's. The IE8's are the most exciting iem's that I have heard and it doesn't need an amp!
post #44 of 103
does anyone know where i can find the IE7 accessories?

like everything in the box, except the actual ie7's? lol
post #45 of 103
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Originally Posted by koven View Post
does anyone know where i can find the IE7 accessories?

like everything in the box, except the actual ie7's? lol
I had to contact Sennheiser directly to get some additional tips.
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