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post #16 of 2816
He could do it though, easy stuff. Just ups the clarity and reduces the crowding of the sound reproduction.
post #17 of 2816
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Originally Posted by MaoDi View Post
...Problem with not changing anything though is that since the TF10s use a single bore, you can't fit dual bores on without moving the drivers into a different position. which is a down side...

I asked Scott Tarlow if his custom TripleFi's use dual bores. He said the following:

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Originally Posted by Scott_Tarlow
of course they are dual bore.... just like the tf 10 is... and most other multi iem...look at the tip of your TF10, do u not see two sound tubes ? that means it is dual bore...
So I'm guessing he's right?
post #18 of 2816
f00fighters, please ask me before you quote me from a private message, but yes the TF10 pro is a dual bore universal IEM, and it might be the only dual bore universal IEM.
post #19 of 2816
It's not really a true dual bore, the bores join in the sleeve/tip on the monitor and doesn't carry the bores all the way through. The silicone mold over the soundports of the drivers also doesn't help the output of the drivers, degrades it. Reduces decibels and detail.
post #20 of 2816
What's the point of getting a custom remold if it already fits perfect? If I remold my W3 for 130 and lose all of its resale value (approx. $250)... basically I am paying $380 for the remold.. well, I think Ill rather add $19 bucks and get a UE4 pro~ which I did ^ ^
post #21 of 2816
Because i have yet to here a universal that can match a custom, as the advantages of a custom monitor is just that much more.
post #22 of 2816
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Originally Posted by Feather225 View Post
basically I am paying $380 for the remold.. well, I think Ill rather add $19 bucks and get a UE4 pro~ which I did ^ ^
Now why would one buy the UE4 when there's the JH5?
post #23 of 2816
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Originally Posted by Feather225 View Post
What's the point of getting a custom remold if it already fits perfect? If I remold my W3 for 130 and lose all of its resale value (approx. $250)... basically I am paying $380 for the remold.. well, I think Ill rather add $19 bucks and get a UE4 pro~ which I did ^ ^
The sound quality/signature of the TripleFi is almost perfect for me. But the fit is not. I can get a good fit with comply foam tips, but it's not very comfortable, and I can't wear it for a long period of time. The custom fit is supposed enhance the experience. It would be nice to simply slip the customs into my ear for a PERFECT fit. Not to mention a slight improvement on what is already wonderful sound. Anyways, that's what I'm hoping to achieve with the custom fit.
post #24 of 2816
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I wonder how the UE4 / JH5 compare to the Custom TripleFi
post #25 of 2816
Hmm i wonder about that too...
post #26 of 2816
Could anyone kindly direct me to any reviews for a remoulded TF10P and/or a remoulded TF10P with extra driver? I daresay I've read 90% of all the UM/remoulding threads and I have yet to find a decent review of it. Would greatly appreciate it! Thanks!
post #27 of 2816
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Originally Posted by Paradoxus View Post
Could anyone kindly direct me to any reviews for a remoulded TF10P and/or a remoulded TF10P with extra driver? I daresay I've read 90% of all the UM/remoulding threads and I have yet to find a decent review of it. Would greatly appreciate it! Thanks!
I agree. The reviews with the TF10 and extra driver are not detailed enough. Which is why I'm a bit skeptical to request the extra driver. I figure, since I enjoy the TF10 sound so much, I'm not changing anything, with the exception of the custom reshell.
post #28 of 2816
Any idea if this guy is able to do custom sleeves?
post #29 of 2816
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Originally Posted by squid+ View Post
Any idea if this guy is able to do custom sleeves?
I'll ask. I'll put everyone in touch with this company, once I verify that they do good work. Because I do not want to mislead anyone or be responsible for any f-ups
post #30 of 2816
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Originally Posted by f00fighters View Post
I'll ask. I'll put everyone in touch with this company, once I verify that they do good work. Because I do not want to mislead anyone or be responsible for any f-ups
Please quit posting in this thread... Every time I see this thread come up I think you are posting your finished product review!




Joking of course...
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