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Thank you for your answer. I now have to wait for my local Future Stop to re-stock this IEM.
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I've found a couple of iems that don't work with the Supertips: Radius - no way, but they don't fit with anything. Fiddly earphones IMO.
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I've found a couple of iems that don't work with the Supertips: Radius - no way, but they don't fit with anything. Fiddly earphones IMO.
When can we get a little bit more about the Radius @ shigzeo? I'm really curious. How are the mids? Decent bass? Do they sound like or close to any other iem? Does the dual dynamic drive concept really work? Throw out a little bit more of something please!!
post #94 of 103
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@eric - I think I'll be reviewing them next. This weekend? I have work all day today, so I am sick and tired of writing, but if I have energy left, I'd like to finish my review of the radius (better than I thought) earphones.
post #95 of 103
Alright @ shigzeo. I'll be looking forward to it.
post #96 of 103
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Thanks for the kind words.

I will be reviewing the e-Q7, but more importantly is a totally unique earphone called the Radius, a dynamic earphone with two drivers! I've been messing around with them (get your minds out of the gutter) for a couple of weeks and may be ready by next week to write a lot.

One driver is 15mm and the other 7mm - excellent, and surprisingly, not too bassy!
Hello Shigzeo,

I am looking forward to learn more on Radius W HP-TWF11. When is the review coming, any time soon?
post #97 of 103
almost everything is good about these tips other than their core looks weakly attached to the foam. Checking mine, i could see some parts of the core is not sticking to the foam
Let's hope they would last long.
post #98 of 103

Bumpin' a somewhat aged thread, would the SuperTips fit the Triple.Fi 10? Using stock silicon tips, I hear a severe imbalance/pan with the Triple.Fi, and the stock Comply foams are way too small to fit.

Side note: I also heard a severe pan with grey silicon tips on the SE530, but with large black olives the sound pans no more, so something is up with those silicon tips.

post #99 of 103
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Bumpin' a somewhat aged thread, would the SuperTips fit the Triple.Fi 10? Using stock silicon tips, I hear a severe imbalance/pan with the Triple.Fi, and the stock Comply foams are way too small to fit.

Side note: I also heard a severe pan with grey silicon tips on the SE530, but with large black olives the sound pans no more, so something is up with those silicon tips.



The Monster Supertips foam version fits the Triple. Fi 10 very well. I prefer them fit and soundwise to the Comply foams or anything else.


Edited by Jupiterknight - 10/12/10 at 11:09am
post #100 of 103

are these available yet? best buys website shows coming soon. i'd like to try a pair of the medium foam hybrids on my M2's.

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are these available yet? best buys website shows coming soon. i'd like to try a pair of the medium foam hybrids on my M2's.



You can purchase them from Amazon. A trial packet with all sizes of foams an gels (10 pairs) for around $20 or buy individual sizes in six-packs.


Edited by Jupiterknight - 10/12/10 at 12:01pm
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I am look to buy the supertips that come with the Monster Turbine Pro Copper. Please let me know if you have the foam and thank you.

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