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Do People Still Like the UE Triple Fi 10?

post #1 of 25
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There are great deals on the bay, but I don't see them discussed much here anymore. People still like them?

post #2 of 25

I like them

post #3 of 25

I still like the TF10. It was my first IEM. The thing is , the quest for the best possible sound from an IEM is why i sold mine. As of now my only IEM is the Sm3 from earsonics. It reminds my of the TF10 but IMO just does everything better than it, ie. Bass , Treble , Mid-range, Soundstage, Imaging, Clarity , and the list goes on. If your interested in it though, go for it. It is still a top tier IEM. All other choices after it are IMO sound preference. Cheers

post #4 of 25

Still love my Triple Fi, it's the perfect IEM for my tastes

post #5 of 25

The T10s sound appealing to me but I went with the Earsonic SM3s as it just seems to do everything the T10 does but better, judging by a lot of reviews. Other than that, the main reason is that the T10s are known to be hard to get a good fit and to be uncomfortable. Every review I read they complain about the design.


Edited by matthewh133 - 11/1/10 at 5:52pm
post #6 of 25

love my TF10 since it was my first expensive IEM. Lucky for me, it fits me nicely and i like the sound signature.

If it can fit you nicely, i think it's one of best bargain top IEM.

post #7 of 25

Even after using a ton of really great earphones, the TF10 is still a favorite of mine.  In terms of pure SQ, there are better and in terms of overall balance there are better, but the TF10 is still of a very high SQ, very refined, and even though the sound is colored, it's a heck of a lot of fun to listen to.  It's one of the few earphones that you don't really want to take off after you've put them on. 

post #8 of 25

I'm very pleased with the set that I got from the Amazon deal. They took a while to settle in, but once they did, I've really been enjoying them. I find them to be balanced and very musical. I'm strongly considering sending them to Fisher Audio to have them turned into customs.

post #9 of 25

As far as fit issues, just get them reshelled into customs from Fisher. Still cheaper than most top tier IEM'S and you have a custom phone.

post #10 of 25

Agreed, it took a while to finally part with them. Definitely fun to listen to.

 

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Originally Posted by mvw2 View Post

Even after using a ton of really great earphones, the TF10 is still a favorite of mine.  In terms of pure SQ, there are better and in terms of overall balance there are better, but the TF10 is still of a very high SQ, very refined, and even though the sound is colored, it's a heck of a lot of fun to listen to.  It's one of the few earphones that you don't really want to take off after you've put them on. 

post #11 of 25

TF10 may be out of fashion now, but it is definitely not out of quality. I still like it as I did on the first day I got mine.

post #12 of 25



No doubt there quality is still one of the top's. I'm sure you know ClieOS there's always a FOTM. I still rate them as you did in your review. IMO you cant go wrong with the TF10 for the price they can be had for these days.

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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post

TF10 may be out of fashion now, but it is definitely not out of quality. I still like it as I did on the first day I got mine.

post #13 of 25

the triple was my first triple driver iem until today. smily_headphones1.gif

(at that time the only opponent was the Shure 530, and the triple was better)

post #14 of 25

I like them enough that I bought backup pair last year when Amazon had their great sale.  To my mind, nothing beats them at $200 or less.

post #15 of 25

I still like them. A good change of pace from the Turbine Coppers. I find they sound best with the Monster SuperTips.

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