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post #121 of 195

Lol, makes a little more sense now, Didnt know GB Audiobase was your shop Marine Pilot I guess you had just posted those up as I dont remember seeing them last night. So how long does it take to ship to NewYork ?

post #122 of 195

Not so long, approximately two weeks)

I ask you to contact me through email, eBay or other private messages with such questions, because i'm the MOT and this is not my own thread.


Edited by Marine Pilot - 6/3/10 at 10:36pm
post #123 of 195
Thread Starter 

Omega v2 and Eterna v2 review added to the 2nd post.

post #124 of 195

after reading the 2nd post i'm glad i ordered the V1 eterna off ebay

 

that fun sound that ClieOS described in his first review was what really attracted me to the eterna, and i'm gonna have it this week probably!

 

post #125 of 195

thanks for the review ClieOS :)

post #126 of 195

Thanks for the updated reviews.

I wonder if FA will eventually release a v3 for eterna to go back to the roots if it turns out v2 is not as well received as v1 by the masses.

post #127 of 195

Thanks for the review ClieOS, as always your reviews are greatly appreciated. Now if I can get your to review some Westone's ill be set =p

post #128 of 195

Thanks for the excellent review ClieOS. We have been waiting for it 

 

Do you think that the Eterna v2 suffers more of problem on that lack of sparkle and lack of soundstage air when compared to the v1?

post #129 of 195

regardless of the reviews, i ordered the eterna v2

If v1 is dedicated to fun 110%

I hope v2 is dedicated to accuracy + a bit of fun 100%

v2 also has better tips they say

post #130 of 195
Thread Starter 

Here is a simple mod for both Eterna v1 and v2: There is a vent on the back of the earpiece right under the strain relief, just seal it off with a small piece of transparent tape. It clams down the bass and bring the treble and detail more forward, making the whole signature more balanced and enjoyable. I have been listening to it for a few hours now on my v2 and actually quite like it this way.

post #131 of 195

Great review ClieOS!, I went for the 1st version as well, i can't wait for it to arrive

post #132 of 195

I don't think V2 added that much details or more accurate, it's barely noticeable.

post #133 of 195

Ok, so I got the old eterna from ebay, I really wanted the DBA-02 but those are nowhere to be found and I couldnt wait.

The question is, what is the best tip for the eterna, I am between the sony Hybrids or the comply t400, which one would provide me the best isolation and confort?

What size of comply should i buy? The tips that I use on my senn cx400 are the smallest, so whats the best size of comply for me?

Finally, does anyone knows the whats the difference between the tx400 vs t400?

 

Many thanks in advance.

post #134 of 195

*[Double post] sorry


Edited by sinquito - 6/17/10 at 8:30am
post #135 of 195

If you have the old Eterna, good tips are needed to tone down the mid-bass to a more acceptable level. Either the Complys or Sony hybrids will work. The Tx-400 has a wax guard built in, that's the only difference.

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