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post #46 of 2748
Does Inearz have their own customs available? or I am forced to send in another iem?
post #47 of 2748
They have some for sale.. but thats for the fisher remold thread, this is the owners thread..

I never added my photo's. Sorry guys. Will take care of that asap



There's one, Original Reserve post updated. and more will come tomorrow
post #48 of 2748
Great pic. Some here have said that staying with the stock cable doesn't work because the pins are different. Yours appear to fit well - what are your thoughts?
post #49 of 2748
Thread Starter 
You can't tell how the pins look from there, they're on the inside. If you send in your TF10 with the stock cable, it'll fit the stock pins with some modification by Fisher.

Once I get my refits back I will post more pics in the first post of this thread.
post #50 of 2748
New UE11 Cable arrived today, so now these are done











post #51 of 2748
as you can see, this cable winds easily around two fingers, allowing you to use the UE box with room to spare!
post #52 of 2748
Yea, the UE custom cable is probably the best cable that I have ever used. I wish there was a vi version
post #53 of 2748
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Originally Posted by AVU View Post
Dude... I was like wow beautiful earpiece.
Great photos!
post #54 of 2748
Those are so icy!!!
post #55 of 2748
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Originally Posted by piotrus-g View Post
Dude... I was like wow beautiful earpiece.
Great photos!
Thanks!
post #56 of 2748
I went with the Westone ES3 clear cable. Kinda wish I would bought the UE instead because the memory wire on the ES3 is very short....anyhow here's my pics! Enjoy!







post #57 of 2748
Thread Starter 
Nice pics! Same here, I went with the ES cable but I miss the longer memory wire of the UE cable. Also, the slider thing on the ES cable seems a little tight on the wires, kind of like it could damage/separate the wires over time. I prefer the simple (but not as cool looking) clear tube that the UE cable uses.
post #58 of 2748
Here are the pics of my customs:





I have a couple minor complaints on the aesthetics - if you look closely you can see imperfections at the joint of the faceplate, tool marks and little bubbles. Also - I'd intended fo the whole body of the earphones to be transparent black, with a clear face plate. As you can see - the inside surface is clear as well. That said, the color pattern has grown on me. Also - the fit is outstanding, I love the sound of these Triple Fi Quads.
post #59 of 2748
Thread Starter 
Looks nice! So you flattened the pins right?
post #60 of 2748
So, I busted out the gear tonight and snapped some photos. Excuse the dust on the sensor, I don't ordinarily shoot at that small of an aperture so I don't see it. Out of sight, out of mind, right?

Anyway, you can see some rough edges along the lip between faceplate and some tool marks on the faceplate. These things aren't obvious on casual viewing and don't bother me in the slightest. They fit, and they sound great. That's all I need. Here are the photos.





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