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post #61 of 2748
Thanks! The very detailed pictures above have helped me identify the extra driver that Unique Melody had added to my triple fi's. The picture above shows two distinct driver housings. The one on the right (with 3 solder points) has to be the treble driver. The bigger housing to the left (with 4 solder points) must hold the two bass drivers. Mine has a 3rd even bigger housing, wrapped together with the bass housing. That bigger housing must contain the mid driver.

You can see the clear wrapping I'm referring to in my pictures above. The medium sized housing has the "UEXXX####" print as above.
post #62 of 2748
polloloco, what is the combination of color for your custom? translucent black with clear faceplate? i have the exact color for my custom, but its made by UM and on its way
post #63 of 2748
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Looks nice! So you flattened the pins right?
The funny thing is that the cable I show - currently doesn't work with those iem's. I sent it into Fisher hearing, but they didn't mod that cable - though I specifically asked them to. It's tricky because the pins are recessed in their own socket - and if I crimp the pins, I may still not get sound because the pins may not go in deep enough.

I've been trading e-mails with Kaysen to see how this can be resolved - because that's the cable I plan to use day in and day out. I'd also sent a cheaper cable along - and that's what I'm using in the meantime.

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Originally Posted by LionPlushie View Post
polloloco, what is the combination of color for your custom? translucent black with clear faceplate? i have the exact color for my custom, but its made by UM and on its way
That's the color combination I asked for. I'm curious to see how yours looks - if the center of the body ends up clear like mine. Are you getting a mid driver from UM - or even a TF18?
post #64 of 2748
nope. just pure remolding. looks like yours only have the translucent black on the outer layer of the shell?
post #65 of 2748
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Originally Posted by LionPlushie View Post
nope. just pure remolding. looks like yours only have the translucent black on the outer layer of the shell?
The outer layer, and completely around the nozzle and the part that locks into the top of your ear. I'd asked for everything but the face plate to be translucent black - so I was surprised that the inner layer ended up clear as well. Like I said - I still think it looks good.
post #66 of 2748




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They didn't turn out as pretty as I was hoping. The fit is good. Maintains a seal when I open my mouth and move my head around. It does sound right-heavy. For instance, voices seem to be slightly right of center.

Sound is good. Nothing about the sound seems super impressive. The bass is there, but not huge. The highs are there, but again, not screaming. The mids are there, and for some reason slightly right of center. It is probably a good thing that I don't notice anything right away. I'm sure my appreciation will grow when I relax a bit to listen to the music (I just got home from work.)

Oh, and to give you guys an idea on the wait, I shipped them out the 30th of December, and just got them back today.

Overall cost:
$99 for triple.fi 10s
$50 for impressions
$97 for reshell
So, less than $250 total, I'd say it was a pretty good deal; especially since I was considering the UE10s.
post #67 of 2748
Sorry these pics aren't the best quality but I wanted to post them anyways. I've boxed mine up for some fixing by Fisher and they are on the way back to them today. I posted my whole experience in the original thread.
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post #68 of 2748
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Sorry these pics aren't the best quality but I wanted to post them anyways. I've boxed mine up for some fixing by Fisher and they are on the way back to them today. I posted my whole experience in the original thread.
Sorry to hear about your problems with them. Here are pictures of mine and they're back at Fisher as well to hopefully be fixed.

FWIW, anyone with sounds seeming to be off to one side or the other, it probably is. Fisher seems to have trouble balancing their IEMs and doesn't check them on the SPL machine unless you specifically request it (multiple times).
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post #69 of 2748
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Sorry these pics aren't the best quality but I wanted to post them anyways. I've boxed mine up for some fixing by Fisher and they are on the way back to them today. I posted my whole experience in the original thread.
Danny, what color is that? Also, can everyone who has posted photos please specify which color they got? It would really help people like me who are trying to decide which color to get. Thanks.
post #70 of 2748
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Sorry these pics aren't the best quality but I wanted to post them anyways. I've boxed mine up for some fixing by Fisher and they are on the way back to them today. I posted my whole experience in the original thread.
Jesus, where are the stems?!
post #71 of 2748

Color

For my color, I just told Kaysen Dark Transparent Blue and also referred to Gunther's. I like the way they look when they are in my ears. I was going to go one red and one blue - I'm glad I didn't.
post #72 of 2748
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Jesus, where are the stems?!
I know, right? I was wondering the same thing. Mine don't go deep at all. I was going to bring it up to Kaysen but figured maybe it's just my ear canals are too small. Do you guys think they should go deeper?
post #73 of 2748
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Sorry to hear about your problems with them. Here are pictures of mine and they're back at Fisher as well to hopefully be fixed.

FWIW, anyone with sounds seeming to be off to one side or the other, it probably is. Fisher seems to have trouble balancing their IEMs and doesn't check them on the SPL machine unless you specifically request it (multiple times).
that's very ugly. lol.
post #74 of 2748
I was one of the bad people that put a placeholder early in this thread. (front page, to be precise)

Seeing as I just now edited it with pictures and some thoughts, here's a link to it for those of you that dont check the earlier pages. Next time I wont do the whole placeholder post thing, bad idea. :P

http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f103/i...0/#post6288651
post #75 of 2748
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Nice pics everyone! I'm still waiting for my refits to post more pics.
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