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post #316 of 323

I just recently made a thread asking the same thing. I ended up taking them apart myself. It doesn't seem difficult at all from what I see. Just some soldering required. http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/524641/need-new-iem-s-or-some-recabling-advice#post_7094649

post #317 of 323

Thanks for that! One side on mine stopped producing sound too so I was thinking of a recable. All I need now is a 3.5mm plug...

post #318 of 323

Can anyone tell me how does the Denon makes other IEM sound "wrong"? What's so special about the highs of the Denon??

post #319 of 323

Hello a quick question.

would pairing c710 with e7 result in too much bass and hiss ? run from an ipod classic 09

 

Thank you

post #320 of 323

it might cause hiss but you can get an impedance adapter to help resolve that issue and probably help tighten the sound up even more. Here is a thread discussing the 710 with posts about the impedance adapter.

post #321 of 323


Indeed it does solve the problem!

 

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Originally Posted by dweaver View Post

it might cause hiss but you can get an impedance adapter to help resolve that issue and probably help tighten the sound up even more. Here is a thread discussing the 710 with posts about the impedance adapter.

post #322 of 323

After having these for less than a year, I'm a bit bummed for two reasons.

 

1. The right side earphone is not producing sound anymore. Well it does occasionally. It's an internal connection problem.

2. I LOVED the sound they gave me... AND I had just found a way to prevent them from tangling so much!

 

To prevent these from tangling so much, draw the little thing for the y-splitter up all the way to the earphone when you're putting them away. Then wrap them (properly and carefully) around in loops.

 

I guess I could try recabling them...ergh.

 

 

post #323 of 323

Not Impressed, I bought a replacement pair in April this year, and less than 5 months now the right ear is dead!

I will have to look for an alternative now. I love the sound of these, but it's just not worth it sadly...

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