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post #5551 of 7380

The BE version is the one I own (never owned the MkI or MkII) and I'm really pleased with it... (I come from a Westone UM2 which stopped working).

post #5552 of 7380

Is it like this, sire?

post #5553 of 7380

Exactly! :-)

As a second thought I think you should repeat the process three times, one for each cable segment. The first segment is from the mini jack connector to the plastic that host the wire channel separation (you can use the same tecnique illustrated above) and then you should repeat the process once for each cable channel (left and right). This is because in the image you attached the last segments of the cable can't move freely.

post #5554 of 7380

I see, so leave them as like that overnight? :evil:

post #5555 of 7380

That would be fine, I think

post #5556 of 7380

Hm, guess it did not help. But on the bright side, Gr07 fits more comfortably when it's worn down. I wish they made Gr07 cable like Westone's....the beefy and springy cable won't let to stay over my ear (even if I had followed the instruction and the ear guide). 

post #5557 of 7380
I bought gr07 used and the cable is getting more and more annoying/springy with each use :/ I didn't get cable guides with mine so they don't help much? I was thinking about picking a pair.
post #5558 of 7380

Tried taping over the vents for the first time - definite improvement. Anyone who finds them a bit lacking in meat or warmth should try it.

post #5559 of 7380
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Originally Posted by quartertone View Post

Tried taping over the vents for the first time - definite improvement. Anyone who finds them a bit lacking in meat or warmth should try it.

That is to pass the air through the iem -.- it isn't recommended sealed
post #5560 of 7380

Well, I'm recommending it.

post #5561 of 7380
It is there for more than one reason otherwise Vsonic wouldn't put a hole in their iem if the only reason is to tame the bass. But it is your iem, do what you want
post #5562 of 7380
Pretty sure it's been said doing this could/would effect the life of the driver...but go nuts!
post #5563 of 7380

It's also been recommended by Inks, who knows a thing or two about the technical side of things.

post #5564 of 7380

Rin actually measured it with either front or rear vent blocked and with both of them blocked and yeah, the bass changes depending on the blocked vents but he also said he wouldn't recommend it coz the vents prevent over-pressurizing of the iem.

post #5565 of 7380

OK, I see he did say that. I'm only covering one of the vents, though (under the nozzle). If it makes the difference between me using it and not, I think it's worth trying.

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