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UHG_InsertingIEM_Wearing

 

alternatively, you can wear it like the third picture with the cable cinch to make a snug fit. I personally prefer the third way of wearing since the cables disappear behind me and I'm free to do my things. My ears are of a weird shape that doesn't conform to the ear guides so those become more of a bane than a boon for me.

 

Edit: I forget to credit this picture. I took it from here. 


Edited by Artem - 4/1/14 at 6:02pm
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Hey guys, I'm starting to hear some microphonics from these IEM's. What can I do to reduce the noice when moving about?

Assuming you already route the cable around your ears, use the cinge and use a shirt clip.

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Yeah, I'm going to try and use the ear guide as well as a shirt clip and see what happens. 

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The cinge will do most of the work as it will merge the split cable into one, closer to your neck thus reducing the chances of it touching your clothes/jacket. Also it will be more efficient to use  that way with a clip.
goodluck :)
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Ok, what's a cinge?
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Ok, what's a cinge?
Chin Slider.......
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the cinge

 

PS: I had no clue it was called the cinge but I've seen few people on headfi naming it that way so...

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owning a gr07 for 4 months and i like it except that i can always hear serious sibilance from some recordings. 

Although sibilance is still there, i more or less got used to it. 

Curious to know, is there any higher-end IEM that has sound signature similar to gr07 but with much less sibilance?

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the cinge

 

PS: I had no clue it was called the cinge but I've seen few people on headfi naming it that way so...


I though it was "cinch"? :confused_face(1):

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Hey guys (and girls), I am still hearing some microphonics/static noise regardless of what I do. The GR07 MK2 still sounds wonderful for the most part but sometimes when I'm moving around I get artificial noise and it drives me crazy. I am considering sending these out for warranty replacements but am not sure if merely hearing microphonics/static noise will compel vsonic to honor the warranty. I guess I could get the MK2's re-cabled but I wouldn't know who to contact for that. Should I just suck it up and wait for the VSD7's to drop? Any advice would be appreciated. 

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Hey Head-Fiers,

 

I am wondering if any Comply Tips work on Vsonic Gr07, MK1 or Classic? Or if any other tips work with them. The ones provided don't seem too comfortable.

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Hey Head-Fiers,

 

I am wondering if any Comply Tips work on Vsonic Gr07, MK1 or Classic? Or if any other tips work with them. The ones provided don't seem too comfortable.

I don't own a GR07 right now, but I know that Sony hybrids and the grey/red "Heir" tips work well. There are a few different sizes of comply tips and one probably fits. 

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Originally Posted by Suopermanni View Post
 

Hey Head-Fiers,

 

I am wondering if any Comply Tips work on Vsonic Gr07, MK1 or Classic? Or if any other tips work with them. The ones provided don't seem too comfortable.

I squeezed a pair of tips from my pfe111s onto mine. Comply t130. They only go to the last ring, but I think that's also the way the stock ones are. The comply foam is much softer and provides a much better fit (at least for me). Got some sony hybrids and while they fit too, they still have the same problems with other silicone tips (mostly I can hear my own heartbeat during quite passages. while it is assuring that I don't hear any funny cardiac noises, it still is a little distracting)

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The Phonak PFE022 grey silicone tips works very well on my GR07 Classic and makes the highs more transparent than the stock tips. I just ordered the Sony hybrid tips and will be testing them out once I receive it.

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The Phonak PFE022 grey silicone tips works very well on my GR07 Classic and makes the highs more transparent than the stock tips. I just ordered the Sony hybrid tips and will be testing them out once I receive it.

very interesting, how do the classics sound to you?

 

let us know your impressions on the sony hybrids,

 

i felt they give a more bassy punch warming up the sound more

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