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Originally Posted by slntdth93 View Post
 

It's the fact the adapter was not designed for the TRRS plug (a few things designed for 3.5mm TRS dont work well with TRRS headsets in general - depends where they put their ground pin)

 

I used a small 3.5mm to 3.5mm extension cable and problem solved for me.

what you said is prob true but like i said, i tried about 4 1/4 adapters not just the one that comes with it, and none of them made a difference.

and just the fact that this is priced around $350, i was expecting they could have designed it better.

but i guess i can live with that trick that i discovered and still get stereo out from it.

 

on the other hand.... this booted mid range is just killing me.

cannot use it without bringing those mids down.

post #1742 of 1744
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Originally Posted by zkkzkk32312 View Post

what you said is prob true but like i said, i tried about 4 1/4 adapters not just the one that comes with it, and none of them made a difference.
and just the fact that this is priced around $350, i was expecting they could have designed it better.
but i guess i can live with that trick that i discovered and still get stereo out from it.

on the other hand.... this booted mid range is just killing me.
cannot use it without bringing those mids down.

Sounds like maybe the Turbine Pro Coppers aren't the IEMs for you?
post #1743 of 1744
Seems to be that case. Was hoping it will be my endgame cans.
Still burning in with my custom U shaped whitenoise but it prob won't change much in the end.

Don't get me wrong. Once I EQed out those freq I really liked them. Great separation, quality bass, smoothness across mid to mid-high freqencirs, and that big headroom.

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post #1744 of 1744

There are two pairs of adapters, out of the one million included with the these IEMs, that actually fit my ears. When I found them, it completely changed the sound of the Turbine Pro Coppers for the better. Much more precise and tighter sound with a proper seal. I don't know that I would have paid $350 for them, but my local Best Buy price matched them to $65, so they were well worth it.

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