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post #4501 of 5969
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Originally Posted by gnarlsagan View Post
 

​You're welcome. 

 

I got all four of mine here:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/251515463227?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649

 

The ebay seller seems nice and has good ratings, and my pair was excellent. I'l;l see how the next three sound. :-) He just got more in stock.

post #4502 of 5969
You got 4? Too funny.
post #4503 of 5969
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Originally Posted by Agharta View Post

You got 4? Too funny.
Yeah, i'm selling other iems. I NEED a backup or two of these. They're that good. And one for a gift or something later. :-)
post #4504 of 5969

I'm kind of nit picking here, but do they no longer come with an airline adapter? I just recieved my ER-4PT earlier fulfilled by Amazon, and I don't see it anywhere.

 

Not really that big of a deal, but I do want to know if I just missed it somewhere...

post #4505 of 5969
I received my ER4PT with the airline adapter. Try contacting Amazon regarding your missing adapter.
post #4506 of 5969

Looks like I gotta jump on the ZERO AUDIO Inner Ear Also :)

post #4507 of 5969
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Originally Posted by gnarlsagan View Post
 

 

Etymotic will fix out of warranty ER4's for a fee, prices found here. Also recommend the Zero Audio Tenore as an ER4 replacement. It has very similar FR with more bass. They can be had for ~$60 including shipping usually.

Thanks a million gnarlsagan. The right bud has stopped working altogether now. Is it possible to get the earbuds terminated so that i can use a detachable cable with the ERs? I would prefer this over sending back to get the cable redone. OR would i need to find somebody in Ireland to do this work?

post #4508 of 5969
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Originally Posted by luisdent View Post
 

 

I got all four of mine here:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/251515463227?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649

 

The ebay seller seems nice and has good ratings, and my pair was excellent. I'l;l see how the next three sound. :-) He just got more in stock.

These better be as good as you guys are saying!

post #4509 of 5969

I need help people. The left piece of my ER4 got soaked up in my sweat when I carelessly put them inside my shirt when I was working today. When I wanted to listen to it after I finished my job, only about 10% of sound came out of the left earpiece. I used small, pointy things to clear up the filter and it got to about 40-50% of volume now but not fully recovered. Did I just killed my beloved ER4 or will it return to its best after being left dry for a few days?

post #4510 of 5969
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Originally Posted by GN-0015 View Post

I need help people. The left piece of my ER4 got soaked up in my sweat when I carelessly put them inside my shirt when I was working today. When I wanted to listen to it after I finished my job, only about 10% of sound came out of the left earpiece. I used small, pointy things to clear up the filter and it got to about 40-50% of volume now but not fully recovered. Did I just killed my beloved ER4 or will it return to its best after being left dry for a few days?

Did you try new filters?
post #4511 of 5969
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Originally Posted by GN-0015 View Post

I need help people. The left piece of my ER4 got soaked up in my sweat when I carelessly put them inside my shirt when I was working today. When I wanted to listen to it after I finished my job, only about 10% of sound came out of the left earpiece. I used small, pointy things to clear up the filter and it got to about 40-50% of volume now but not fully recovered. Did I just killed my beloved ER4 or will it return to its best after being left dry for a few days?

Did you try new filters?

 

Definitely try new filters. I can't imagine sweat would get through them and damage the driver unless maybe you soaked them in a cup. :-P The filter probably dried a bit and the sound got better, but it's probably ruined. I would replace them.

post #4512 of 5969

Haven't tried yet, but I'll do it today. I'll let you people know when I done it. Thanks for now, people.

post #4513 of 5969

I switched to new filters today and my beloved ER4 is back to its best. Thank God. Thanks to you guys for reminding me of the filters. I don't know why I didn't thought of doing that. Probably I was to panicked that I could have killed it permanently. I'm still very thankful to this day that I got this for less than half the price when somebody was willing to sell it that cheap. I can never buy it in full price.

post #4514 of 5969
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Originally Posted by GN-0015 View Post

I need help people. The left piece of my ER4 got soaked up in my sweat when I carelessly put them inside my shirt when I was working today. When I wanted to listen to it after I finished my job, only about 10% of sound came out of the left earpiece. I used small, pointy things to clear up the filter and it got to about 40-50% of volume now but not fully recovered. Did I just killed my beloved ER4 or will it return to its best after being left dry for a few days?

Get a new job. Sounds gross.
post #4515 of 5969

Got the Wagnus amp today and like always I set down and pair all my IEM with the new toy and yes once again ER4S came out as a true winner on treble, it won all the other gears I had. It is because of this darn IEM that I cannot enjoy open sound, the forward vocal of ER4S is so addictive. 

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