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Originally Posted by UNOE View Post


I want as much bass as possible should I open the vented black ports? I think that is what they are right ? The black things under the wire are mess ports on GV ?

 

Yes, the black thing is the mesh Knowles used on the Hodvtec driver for the GV. I recommend trying hearing it first without removing them and see if you like the sound before messing with it. 

There is a fine balance already established with it's combination with the twfk. Removing it will add bass but might mess with lower mids also. I guess you will have to play with it.

If you remove the mesh do it carefully so you can apply them back if you don't like the outcome.

 
Originally Posted by Elnurjin View Post
 

No one will help? =(
Guys who knows whether this polymer is suitable for manufacturing?

https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=a1z0d.6639537.1997196601.369.VayMl5&id=547279488592

 

You could try to wire it first in parallel to the GK and see how it sound. From there maybe control it with a resistor only, or do a high pass filter doing so might result in dips in the response because of phase...you will have to experiment.

 

That polymer is for SLA 3d printing, don't think it's safe to put in the ears, also how will it react to your DIY UV curing...

 
Originally Posted by ziixtreme View Post


By the way, made this good for bass head iem. It's a 3 drivers 3way crossover. Who can guess what is this? It's gonna be a tough guess to get 100% accurate on my configuration. Hehe

 

Low passed X2 CI with an high passed 2389/ED?

post #6437 of 6443
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Originally Posted by ForceMajeure View Post

Yes, the black thing is the mesh Knowles used on the Hodvtec driver for the GV. I recommend trying hearing it first without removing them and see if you like the sound before messing with it. 
There is a fine balance already established with it's combination with the twfk. Removing it will add bass but might mess with lower mids also. I guess you will have to play with it.
If you remove the mesh do it carefully so you can apply them back if you don't like the outcome.

You could try to wire it first in parallel to the GK and see how it sound. From there maybe control it with a resistor only, or do a high pass filter doing so might result in dips in the response because of phase...you will have to experiment.

That polymer is for SLA 3d printing, don't think it's safe to put in the ears, also how will it react to your DIY UV curing...

Low passed X2 CI with an high passed 2389/ED?

Wrong. 2389 or ED would not give anything at all over 20k, this is over 20k. Plus, I am not a fan of ED. This is also not 2389. You do not need 2 CI for bass like this.
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post #6439 of 6443
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Originally Posted by ziixtreme View Post


Wrong. 2389 or ED would not give anything at all over 20k, this is over 20k. Plus, I am not a fan of ED. This is also not 2389. You do not need 2 CI for bass like this.

So what is it then?

33AJ007i/9 and wbfk?

post #6440 of 6443
I know this off the current topic but wondering what you guys prefer to use between mmcx and 2-pin. I wish I could find a place to get 4 pin connectors like JH 😩 But I've made iems with both 2-pin and mmcx. On one pair my pins got bent but I still made them work with no sound issues. Had one mmcx cable that didn't connect great and made sound intermittent. But I replaced the cable and the issue was fixed. So just wondering if you guys prefer one over the other for any certain reasons.
Thanks!
post #6441 of 6443
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Originally Posted by ForceMajeure View Post

So what is it then?
33AJ007i/9 and wbfk?
WBFK yes. Not sonion this time. It's a single 22955 + 26805 + wbfk a little bit of tweaking it will sound like UERR with a little bit more bass texture due to modified 22956 hehehehe
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Here you go, Fitear MH334 successfully copied. Bwahahahahahaha
post #6443 of 6443
Hey guys! Was wondering if you have any tips for me, I'm using the Klarsil H for the impression casting and there's always a ton of small bubbles in it, I've tried poring it slowly but still has quite a bit of bubbles in it. Would love any info ! 😎
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