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Gents, I'm almost ready to make my first IEMs, just waiting on the acoustic tubing to arrive.

 

Made these today as a bit of a practice.

 

Looks good man, Keep it up!

post #2957 of 2967
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Originally Posted by Silverprout View Post
 

 

If you can buy Sonion drivers you should try these ones.

 

That is some good info!

post #2958 of 2967

Some of those Sonion drivers have Knowles "equivalents" I believe

post #2959 of 2967
Silverprout,
Thanks, I've seen the brochures before and a lot of thought over them. I think the receiver 1723 acupass ill-suited for 3way crossover, because it uses sonion 1700 which is suitable weakly for midrange and also has a bad crossover frequency separation, i showed it in the picture. For midrange better to take sonion 2015 (analog ci22955) or 3300 (analog dtec)
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Originally Posted by grushaaa View Post

Silverprout,
Thanks, I've seen the brochures before and a lot of thought over them. I think the receiver 1723 acupass ill-suited for 3way crossover, because it uses sonion 1700 which is suitable weakly for midrange and also has a bad crossover frequency separation, i showed it in the picture. For midrange better to take sonion 2015 (analog ci22955) or 3300 (analog dtec)


IMHO, it's time to mail Sonion to see what they think about it !

post #2961 of 2967

Can anyone tell me a good dynamic driver that I can put a low pass filter on to use as a bass driver in a hybrid iem??

post #2962 of 2967

Luna shop has dynamic drivers on there site, shipping might take awhile from were its coming from.

post #2963 of 2967
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Originally Posted by acain View Post

Luna shop has dynamic drivers on there site, shipping might take awhile from were its coming from.

They ship from HK,just one place.....
post #2964 of 2967

Apologies if this has been posted before, but I didn't see it when I browsed all the thread images.

 

Thanks to Cymbacavum.com for the link, to this image posted by user 'Hardcorist', on the Player.ru forums

 

post #2965 of 2967

Personally, I'm not a fan of the man, but make of this what you will:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/746535/jerry-harvey-granted-dual-high-frequency-canalphone-patent

post #2966 of 2967

What would be a nice complete setup around 200-250$ (not including the case and mold stuff)? There aren't many prices in this thread! 

Also, a list of best up to date drivers would be great (I saw the google sheets one). A simple public google doc would be fine.

 

Also, best website to get all this stuff to canada?

post #2967 of 2967
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Originally Posted by Quackers View Post
 

What would be a nice complete setup around 200-250$ (not including the case and mold stuff)? There aren't many prices in this thread! 

Also, a list of best up to date drivers would be great (I saw the google sheets one). A simple public google doc would be fine.

 

Also, best website to get all this stuff to canada?

I'm not sure about sending the stuff to Canada, but here are the costs that I had (excl shipping).

Ballistics gel (1 lb) - $16 - Lightning Enterprises

Fotoplast Acrylic - $60 - Lightning Enterprises

Fotoplast laqour 3 - $30 - Lightning Enterprises

 

Knowles GK driver x 2 - $90 - Mouser

MMCX connector x 2 - $6 - Mouser

Green damper x 2 - $4 - Mouser

White damper x 2 - $4 - Mouser

Yellow damper x 2 - $4 - Mouser

Red damper x 2 - $4 - Mouser

Grey damper x 2 - $4 - Mouser

Orange damper x 2 - $4 - Mouser

 

Shure replacement cable - $35 - Amazon

33 AWG Litz wire - $19 - Amazon

UV Nail Salon curing machine - $60 - Amazon

 

#12 Acoustic tubing - $5 - Microsonic

Total - $345

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