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post #3781 of 16802

I got two pairs of single-flange (black) and two pairs of bi-flange (clear), and 1 foamy squishy thing which is all I use.... I got mine from a guy in the UK so I have no idea.

post #3782 of 16802

i see. that's not the orignal package! i got mine directly from head-direct. seems that guy put some extras on yours. lucky you!

anyway, can you post a picture of that thing?

post #3783 of 16802

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Originally Posted by kanuka View Post

hello i need help!

i got the RE0 yesterday. i cant put the tips on the nozzle its just impossible

thanks


I use the end of a mech. pencil, to temporary widen the bottom of the tip. Then I put the nozzle behind it, and just slide it on.

post #3784 of 16802


 

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Originally Posted by Shufny View Post

Quote:

Originally Posted by kanuka View Post

hello i need help!

i got the RE0 yesterday. i cant put the tips on the nozzle its just impossible

thanks


I use the end of a mech. pencil, to temporary widen the bottom of the tip. Then I put the nozzle behind it, and just slide it on.


thanks for the tip!

 

post #3785 of 16802

Are there any iems out there which have the same shape/form factor as the RE252? They are so far the only iem I've worn that actually fit comfortably, but the seal just wasn't quite right and I lost all my bass response. The microphonics were also driving me crazy.

post #3786 of 16802
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Originally Posted by Armaegis View Post

Are there any iems out there which have the same shape/form factor as the RE252? They are so far the only iem I've worn that actually fit comfortably, but the seal just wasn't quite right and I lost all my bass response. The microphonics were also driving me crazy.



i havent seen any. but im surprised you find the re252 comfortable with that weird shape

post #3787 of 16802

I have to agree that I achieved a very tight fit and high isolation with the RE252 and great bass response, it feels like a custom IEM.

 

 

@kanuka, sure, I'll take a picture later.

post #3788 of 16802
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Originally Posted by kiteki View Post

I have to agree that I achieved a very tight fit and high isolation with the RE252 and great bass response, it feels like a custom IEM.

 

 

@kanuka, sure, I'll take a picture later.



thanks!!

 

btw, how do you wear the re252 to get that fit?

post #3789 of 16802

RE252 ------> EAR

post #3790 of 16802

funny -_- ...

over the ear or straight down

 

post #3791 of 16802

ohhhhhhh ^^

 

RE252... straight up, not over the ear, that's impossible, there are two pieces of err.... a very soft material, it's very pliable (fangoso), one will go up into the err... let me look it up.... Cymba Conchae (which is great! if I get a custom I'll get it made like that) and the other goes down into the Intertragic Notch which (for me at least) creates a really good fit, the first time I used them I had trouble getting them out of my ears Lol.

 

I also just a got secret extra cable that really improves the RE252 soundstage, I tried the cable on the RE0 and it didn't work =(  So I'm sad to say the RE252 has surpassed the RE0.


Edited by kiteki - 8/10/11 at 6:28am
post #3792 of 16802
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Originally Posted by kiteki View Post

ohhhhhhh ^^

 

RE252... straight up, not over the ear, that's impossible, there are two pieces of err.... a very soft material, it's very pliable (fangoso), one will go up into the err... let me look it up.... Cymba Conchae (which is great! if I get a custom I'll get it made like that) and the other goes down into the Intertragic Notch which (for me at least) creates a really good fit, the first time I used them I had trouble getting them out of my ears Lol.

LOL

thats very explainful. (?) blink.gifconfused.gif.

but i get the idea. pretty sure wont buy them before trying them ,at least not at that price
 

 

post #3793 of 16802

Or you can just get a pair of scissors and cut all that stuff off........ Hahaha.

post #3794 of 16802

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These guys must have a hard time fitting IEMs.

Hey how do you exactly insert and remove a custom piece? Apparently you can pull a muscle doing that?

post #3795 of 16802
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Originally Posted by kiteki View Post

RE252 ------> EAR



So I've been doing this wrong the whole time... ?

 

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