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Lmao.
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I don't know what you are listening to, but I got the Sentry HO642 on sale directly from Amazon a few months ago for ~$2.

 

I listened to them for 30 seconds and threw them directly into the garbage. Maybe my pair is defective, but based on the pair I received, I give them a -1/5 on Sound.



30 seconds is not enough to form an opinion on anything, least of all a dynamic-driver earphone. Not sure what they sounded like out of the box but I give all my gear a fair chance. They like to be inserted pretty deeply and they don't like the stock single-flanges.

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Added reviews for the Westone 4 and Radius TWF21

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omg
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omg


exactly lol this thread is a work of art

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Love this thread... why no Shure?


 

 

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Ever consider doing a review on the Shure SE535's? I'm kinda set with my Westone 4's, but I'm definitely going to pick up the 535's in the future.

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Mike, did you ever get your custom tips from ACS via Etymotic? If you did I was wondering about if you used them with the W4 since I'm thinking about that and if it solves the issues of the short nozzle and how the sound changed compared to the tips you were using with them.

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Love this thread... why no Shure?


 

 



Lol, joker had a bad experience with shures and since then he hasn't really had an interest in reviewing them. The issue has been brought up several times in this thread so if you search for it you should be able to find the exact reason which I can't remember. 



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Ever consider doing a review on the Shure SE535's? I'm kinda set with my Westone 4's, but I'm definitely going to pick up the 535's in the future.



 

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whew! what an epic!


 

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Lol, joker had a bad experience with shures and since then he hasn't really had an interest in reviewing them. The issue has been brought up several times in this thread so if you search for it you should be able to find the exact reason which I can't remember. 

 

oh so that is why.  mad.gif

 

No Shure on any of his reviews.  (*cough* Shure 440 *cough*)  :P

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I'm sure if someone sends him the SE535 he will review them :P There's enough interest but I don't think he's going to go out and buy them.


 

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omg

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exactly lol this thread is a work of art

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whew! what an epic!


Thanks, everyone. And thanks to rawrster for the W4 loan - $450 universals are still too rich for my blood so this review could not have happened without him.
 

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Lol, joker had a bad experience with shures and since then he hasn't really had an interest in reviewing them. The issue has been brought up several times in this thread so if you search for it you should be able to find the exact reason which I can't remember. 

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Originally Posted by rawrster View Post

I'm sure if someone sends him the SE535 he will review them :P There's enough interest but I don't think he's going to go out and buy them.


Right on both counts. 

 

 


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Originally Posted by rawrster View Post

Mike, did you ever get your custom tips from ACS via Etymotic? If you did I was wondering about if you used them with the W4 since I'm thinking about that and if it solves the issues of the short nozzle and how the sound changed compared to the tips you were using with them.

 

Yep, have the tips. However, they are custom-molded for my Ety HF3 which means they will only fit on the HF3 (or ER4, I suppose). The tips actually go a good 1/3 way onto the body of the Etys so another earphone would have to have a very slim housing or very long nozzles for them to fit. The W4 obviously has neither of those.

 

ACS Custom Tips on Ety HF3.jpg

 


 

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Well it's rich for my blood as well but I don't have as many earphones as you do so it doesn't add up quite like it does for you although I did get it 2nd hand so it's not quite $450.

 

That's a shame about those tips. I would have liked it to be for the nozzle only and not the body of the earphone but oh well. I did get an opinion of the custom tips by another user but wanted more opinions.

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Hey joker,

 

How do you compare the treble of the M2 and M3?

 

I like treble and you said in reviews that the M2 have a better treble than M3. Is that true? They share the same sound signature?

 

Because i have more than $100 to spend and if the M3 is better than M2, then will be my choice.

 

I'm looking for a upgrade from my CKM55.


Edited by victorbrt - 3/27/11 at 7:51pm
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