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post #3751 of 16803

Would wish for Sunrise X-Cape IE review, I will get them from gd-audiobase (authorized Sunrise dealer) in some time to compliment my CK10.

post #3752 of 16803
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Originally Posted by Cortlendt View Post

Would wish for Sunrise X-Cape IE review, I will get them from gd-audiobase (authorized Sunrise dealer) in some time to compliment my CK10.



you can get them cheaper at shop.frogbeats.com they have some discounts

post #3753 of 16803

CALLING ALL MEELEC IEM USERS:

 

Meelectronics finally have their own Cable Guides:

 

http://www.meelec.com/MEElectronics_Over_the_Ear_Cable_Guides_p/ep-cableguide-bk.htm

 

Enjoy! cool.gif

 

post #3754 of 16803
Thread Starter 

Those should fit more than just MEElec IEMs. Good alternative to the thinner Phonak ones that come 6 per pack.

post #3755 of 16803

The guides I use are from the dollar store. They had cheap buds attached, but yank 'em out and voila brand ear ear guides.

post #3756 of 16803

 

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Originally Posted by Heret1c View Post

It is? I cant wait to see your impressions on that one! biggrin.gif
 


I'm looking forward to his impressions on EX600 vs EX1000, too...

 

 

post #3757 of 16803

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Originally Posted by Niyologist View Post

CALLING ALL MEELEC IEM USERS:

 

Meelectronics finally have their own Cable Guides:

 

http://www.meelec.com/MEElectronics_Over_the_Ear_Cable_Guides_p/ep-cableguide-bk.htm

 

Enjoy! cool.gif

 


But not for my CC51 (which was to be expected...)

 

post #3758 of 16803
Thank you so much for this thread joker! It helped me decide on my first pair of armature iems (Melec A151), and I'm in love with the sound. Everything I've used before had too much bass emphasis and I couldn't be happier with these. That being said, my girlfriend has also fallen in love with them and I'm looking to get myself a second pair of armatures in the $100-$200 price range. I've been reading up on DBA-02 and Brainwavz B2 as potential candidates and was wondering if these would be a step in the right direction. Needless to say, I'd probably go with the B2 due to their current sale price ($129.50), but was wondering if you might have any other suggestions prior to making a purchase. Thank you smily_headphones1.gif
Edited by Jocelyn84 - 8/5/11 at 6:19pm
post #3759 of 16803
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Originally Posted by PinkysBrain View Post

 

But not for my CC51 (which was to be expected...)

 


     The weird thing is that I can wear my CC51 Over-the -Ear. So I don't know why they excluded that.

post #3760 of 16803
Thread Starter 

 

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Originally Posted by Jocelyn84 View Post


Thank you so much for this thread joker! It helped me decide on my first pair of armature iems (Melec A151), and I'm in love with the sound. Everything I've used before had too much bass emphasis and I couldn't be happier with these. That being said, my girlfriend has also fallen in love with them and I'm looking to get myself a second pair of armatures in the $100-$200 price range. I've been reading up on DBA-02 and Brainwavz B2 as potential candidates and was wondering if these would be a step in the right direction. Needless to say, I'd probably go with the B2 due to their current sale price ($129.50), but was wondering if you might have any other suggestions prior to making a purchase. Thank you smily_headphones1.gif


The DBA-02 is what I'd have if I wanted to try a well-balanced high-end BA-based earphone without spending a fortune. Runner up would probably be a simple HF-series Ety considering the prices we've been seeing lately. Still one of my favorite sets around $100.



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Originally Posted by Niyologist View Post

The weird thing is that I can wear my CC51 Over-the -Ear. So I don't know why they excluded that.


I think the end of the cable guide will overlap with the strain relief of the CC51 because the stem is so long, resulting in a less-than-perfect "fit". Probably depends on the size of the wearer's ear, too.

post #3761 of 16803
This was a great help to me. Perhaps you'd like to make a minor update to the value of the MEE M6, though, as they're now approximately $22 on Amazon.
post #3762 of 16803
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Originally Posted by kanuka View Post
you can get them cheaper at shop.frogbeats.com they have some discounts


Thanks, they really have some nice discounts, but still I don't pay import taxes from Russia so it is gd-audiobase for me. They are quite slow in shipping by the way.

post #3763 of 16803
Thread Starter 


 

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Originally Posted by Reutan View Post

This was a great help to me. Perhaps you'd like to make a minor update to the value of the MEE M6, though, as they're now approximately $22 on Amazon.


I'll move them up a tier one of these days.

post #3764 of 16803
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Originally Posted by Cortlendt View Post





Thanks, they really have some nice discounts, but still I don't pay import taxes from Russia so it is gd-audiobase for me. They are quite slow in shipping by the way.

who?
 

 

post #3765 of 16803

I'm just going to TR;DL on the 252 pages and ask, would you review Sony's higher EX-tier IEMs?

As in EX600, EX800ST (MDR-7550) and the EX1000?

 

Thank you very much.

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