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I'm thinking of ordering Sonion drivers..

 

Still 5 drivers minimum of any type? 20 all together?

 

If so, which ones are worth ordering?

 

Planning to mix them with Knowles.


Looking for that Sonion-only sound...

http://www.head-fi.org/t/604851/chart-balanced-armature-based-in-ear-monitors-technical-characteristics

See above list and then you can do some research on your own and order.

post #2237 of 2242

Long time lurker,

 

  Ok so I have been a long time lurker here and gathered a lot of information by reading the entire thread.  What I have not gotten is a solid answer as to where people are getting their UV cured material from.  Can anyone please share a link to a source that can supply in the US?

 

Thanks

post #2238 of 2242

Egger, Dreve dont ship to individuals. Egger UV can be found on taobao  but they dont ship due to restrictions from shipping companies.

Some of people here used UV gel used for nails. I am not sure how safe it is for ears.

post #2239 of 2242
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Egger, Dreve dont ship to individuals. Egger UV can be found on taobao  but they dont ship due to restrictions from shipping companies.

Some of people here used UV gel used for nails. I am not sure how safe it is for ears.

 

UV gel used for nails = toxic

 

Medical grade USP Class VI, ISO 10993-5 and FDA compliance :

http://www.newark.com/loctite/36484/loctite-3921-light-cure-25ml/dp/22M2725

post #2240 of 2242
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UV gel used for nails = toxic

 

Medical grade USP Class VI, ISO 10993-5 and FDA compliance :

http://www.newark.com/loctite/36484/loctite-3921-light-cure-25ml/dp/22M2725

The item you linked to clearly states hazardous item. 

 

UV gel of any kind is not meant to be applied to your skin or to ingest in its liquid form. Once it is cured, it should be safe and inert, including the nail gel. 

post #2241 of 2242
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Originally Posted by CMOS1138 View Post
 

The item you linked to clearly states hazardous item. 

 

UV gel of any kind is not meant to be applied to your skin or to ingest in its liquid form. Once it is cured, it should be safe and inert, including the nail gel. 

 

Ultimate ears uses the loctite 3675 in their labs, the 3972 is the same material with the same certifications (a little bit more viscous).

 

PS : The 3972 is intended for contact with blood


Edited by Silverprout - 10/21/14 at 12:10am
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