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Embrace the pearl. This is actually made a for a dude...


Some well intentioned advice - You need to put some contrast in your pictures. Showing us white/clear cIEMs on a white background doesn't allow us to fully appreciate your work. But from I can see, they look excellent.
post #3692 of 3695
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Is the Knowles GR a similar version of the Sonion E50D? They seem to look the same size wise and measurements wise. 


No. GR is similar to E90D and E50D is similar to GD

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No. GR is similar to E90D and E50D is similar to GD

 

Oh, thanks! I would have thought 4400 and GD looked the same haha. Are there any adverse effects breaking their original connections and connecting them in parallel instead?

post #3694 of 3695
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Oh, thanks! I would have thought 4400 and GD looked the same haha. Are there any adverse effects breaking their original connections and connecting them in parallel instead?


4400 is smaller than WBFK.

You won't be able to change GD wiring. There's PCB-like path created on the driver so even if you remove solder it's still connected - I've tried that. Plus I think GD drivers are connected in parallel by default.

post #3695 of 3695
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4400 is smaller than WBFK.

You won't be able to change GD wiring. There's PCB-like path created on the driver so even if you remove solder it's still connected - I've tried that. Plus I think GD drivers are connected in parallel by default.

Oh no, I was talking about the GR. But its good to know about the GD too. However the GD is too expensive to get my hands on them...minimum order of 14.

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