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Originally Posted by jrwong28 View Post

TF10 is great for his price and sound but too bad i couldn't get the right fits it's keep falling off from my ears do you think Fitear 334 is good? or jh13/16?

They're probably outstanding, but easily out of my price range, haha.
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WOOO! a very nice cable how much is the cable costing you?

It was $85 USD. That is for a 4' 6" cable of OCC copper with a silver coating. I believe the 4' costs around $75. Chris and Ted of Headphonelounge.com are great to deal with on both the acquisition and customization of the cables.
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Originally Posted by spook76 View Post

It was $85 USD. That is for a 4' 6" cable of OCC copper with a silver coating. I believe the 4' costs around $75. Chris and Ted of Headphonelounge.com are great to deal with on both the acquisition and customization of the cables.

They've upped the price now; it's $85 for silver plated OCC 4', although chances are Chris will help you around with pricing. My cable cost $87.5 all up, with MDPC-X Color-X sleeving with a Neutrik right angle plug.
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They've upped the price now; it's $85 for silver plated OCC 4', although chances are Chris will help you around with pricing. My cable cost $87.5 all up, with MDPC-X Color-X sleeving with a Neutrik right angle plug.

Still an absolute bargain. The $85 did not include the $5 shipping and $6 for the DHC plug so a total of $96.
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i plan on supporting chris and ted when i get some extra funds....this cable will be for my tf10 though....but you cant beat his customization/ quality of the cable esp for the price

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Originally Posted by spook76 View Post

Still an absolute bargain. The $85 did not include the $5 shipping and $6 for the DHC plug so a total of $96.

Yeah, it's still significantly cheaper than most other options. My price included shipping, so I do believe pricing differs from case to case.
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Originally Posted by Mooses9 View Post

i plan on supporting chris and ted when i get some extra funds....this cable will be for my tf10 though....but you cant beat his customization/ quality of the cable esp for the price

When I pick up my TF10s (soon I hope) I'll probably get a cable from Chris and Ted as well.
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Originally Posted by elfary View Post

You do not really understand something unless you can explain it to your grandmother

 

LOL ...

 

I'm stealing that.

 

;-)

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Originally Posted by s1rrah View Post

 

LOL ...

 

I'm stealing that.

 

;-)

 

You'll be stealing from the thieves.

 

I stole it from Albert Einstein who must had a knack to explain things to his grandmother ;)

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Look what i brought today? The new Sony recorder SX-1000 is a mini Sony M10, small but powerful

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I have a pair of the 535 and the 315. Which I really like alot. The 315's I meant. I think they sound really good. I know some people on here have bought them but never really gave them a chance. Cause I think your brain really needs to get use to the sound. Anyways I had a problem with the 315's once the right ear cut in and out when u turned my head. All I did was unplugged it from the cable and plugged it back in and I've never had it happen to me since. It has never happened to me with the 535's. I think that they sometimes just don't fully engage I think. So just make sure that they snap on tight and that should work. Plus I heard that unplugging them and putting them back on like alot wears the connectors out in a hurry. And really for the price you pay for these I don't think that should happen that easy. So I think find the cable one likes and just leave it on. Maybe take them off periodically to maybe clean the connectors and that about it. Other then that I love the shure sound Sig.
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Originally Posted by pacman46 View Post

I have a pair of the 535 and the 315. Which I really like alot. The 315's I meant. I think they sound really good. I know some people on here have bought them but never really gave them a chance. Cause I think your brain really needs to get use to the sound. Anyways I had a problem with the 315's once the right ear cut in and out when u turned my head. All I did was unplugged it from the cable and plugged it back in and I've never had it happen to me since. It has never happened to me with the 535's. I think that they sometimes just don't fully engage I think. So just make sure that they snap on tight and that should work. Plus I heard that unplugging them and putting them back on like alot wears the connectors out in a hurry. And really for the price you pay for these I don't think that should happen that easy. So I think find the cable one likes and just leave it on. Maybe take them off periodically to maybe clean the connectors and that about it. Other then that I love the shure sound Sig.
You should had brought 425 Femal vocal is much more sweeter and clearer compare to 535
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You should had brought 425 Femal vocal is much more sweeter and clearer compare to 535

i dont know About that.

 

with my setup the 535,dream cable,p4 warbler,lme49990 the female vocals were insane, vocal decay was amazing, the vocals hung in the air and just seemed to float away. also vocals were insanely close. it felt like the artist was right next to you.

 

i dont doubt the female vocals are sweeter with the 425, but with the right cable and amp the 535 female vocals literally blew me away

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You should had brought 425 Femal vocal is much more sweeter and clearer compare to 535

 

And I'd take the 535 Ltd Edition (reds) over both.  Former owner of the 425 (and loved them).  535 LE has far better mid-range (IMO) and the tweaking of the treble to avoid the roll-off is just superb  - especially with female vocals.  I've never regretted stepping up the extra level.

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And I'd take the 535 Ltd Edition (reds) over both.  Former owner of the 425 (and loved them).  535 LE has far better mid-range (IMO) and the tweaking of the treble to avoid the roll-off is just superb  - especially with female vocals.  I've never regretted stepping up the extra level.

i went straight from 215 to the 535 ltd's. Not quite as articulate a jump, but a jump nonetheless. I love both sets pretty much. Also I had to google your location. Australia just has some terrible Terra Australis or what not. Nothing actually cool like NZ does biggrin.gif

Also, my cables from Chris arriving this week!
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Originally Posted by Swiftay View Post


i went straight from 215 to the 535 ltd's. Not quite as articulate a jump, but a jump nonetheless. I love both sets pretty much. Also I had to google your location. Australia just has some terrible Terra Australis or what not. Nothing actually cool like NZ does biggrin.gif

Also, my cables from Chris arriving this week!

Will be interested to hear your comments on the cables.  Am afraid so far (in my limited experience with full sized cans) I've failed to notice any real difference apart from aesthetics.  I am tempted to try one of Chris's cables though - just because the price is reasonable.  Then again - the $80-90 would buy a whole lot more music ........ wink.gif.

 

Let me know what you think when you get them, and pics please as well :)

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