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post #16 of 23
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Originally Posted by Rebel908 View Post
I just recently came into possession of some Triple-Fi 10's which I find to be incredible in-ear monitors.

However......I don't feel like I really am WOW'D by them, just pleasantly surprised. By no means do I feel ripped off, because I did get them used and at an incredible price (thanks bilavideo).

This brings me to my question, is it worth it to keep going with them and find the right pair of tips that perfectly fit my ear, or go with a cheaper pair? I'm thinking Audeo or the Turbines.....but I still really like the UE's.


I NEED HELP PLZ!!!!
Rebel, if these IEMs don't do it for you, PM me. You can send them back to me for a full refund on the purchase price. I want you to be satisfied. I can also work out some kind of trade or credit on another IEM. I'm in the process of selling off my Er4p but I have a W3, an SE500PTH (the SE530 with the push-to-hear accessory) and a recently purchased-to-test Phonak Audeo PFE.
post #17 of 23
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Originally Posted by Bilavideo View Post
Rebel, if these IEMs don't do it for you, PM me. You can send them back to me for a full refund on the purchase price. I want you to be satisfied. I can also work out some kind of trade or credit on another IEM. I'm in the process of selling off my Er4p but I have a W3, an SE500PTH (the SE530 with the push-to-hear accessory) and a recently purchased-to-test Phonak Audeo PFE.
Wow what a great seller, what great customer service.

Relative to all IEM's having some type of flaw, I am a big fan of the TF10Pro's. VERY refined sounding all the way around.
post #18 of 23
I would advise you definitely keep them until you are not sick, then live with them for a few days, then go back to another phone, compare & make your choice. I do believe you will be blown away at the differences then. After all, you started off calling them an 'incredible IEM', non? It just gets better the longer etc....which to a greater/lesser degree is something that happens with a lot of other IEMs too. You'll acclimatise & then realise what a high-end IEM is actually giving you.

And BV's offer is really nice of him. If when you are well & made yr choice, his offer still stands, well, win-win.
post #19 of 23
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Originally Posted by Bilavideo View Post
Rebel, if these IEMs don't do it for you, PM me. You can send them back to me for a full refund on the purchase price. I want you to be satisfied. I can also work out some kind of trade or credit on another IEM. I'm in the process of selling off my Er4p but I have a W3, an SE500PTH (the SE530 with the push-to-hear accessory) and a recently purchased-to-test Phonak Audeo PFE.
That is very good customer services
post #20 of 23
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Originally Posted by Spyro View Post
Wow what a great seller, what great customer service. Relative to all IEM's having some type of flaw, I am a big fan of the TF10Pro's. VERY refined sounding all the way around.
Thanks!
post #21 of 23
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Originally Posted by Spyro View Post
Wow what a great seller, what great customer service. Relative to all IEM's having some type of flaw, I am a big fan of the TF10Pro's. VERY refined sounding all the way around.
Thanks!

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Originally Posted by gameboy115 View Post
That is very good customer services
You guys are giving me a big head.
post #22 of 23
If you arent happy with the TF10s, which is similar to me when I first got them, make sure they are fit properly to your ears. Try on each and every tip that was included in the package. I ended up using the tiny little tips, even though I thought I have pretty big ears. Remember, they are not designed to fit in your ear, but instead, inside your ear canal. Also make sure that you try both of fitting styles, they show two on the UE site. The over-ear one did not work for me at all.

After trying each tip, and are confident that you do not like the sound of the TF10, then sell it and go try something else.
post #23 of 23
you know , the triple fi 10s are a little source dependent . I have them and I don't like them at all with my cowon iaudio 7 but I do love the way they sound with my sansa fuze . you see the cowon is bass shy and very detailed up top and the sansa is kind of euphoric in that it has very good bass and does not have a tilted up treble respnonse like the cowon does . also not being blown away by an iem does not make it a bad phone , sometimes the best phones are the one's that grow on you . if you are new at this hobby , let me tell you that there is a learning experiance that goes along with this wonderful hobby and the more you learn the more you will appreciate the different things that different phones have to offer.
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