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post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by dgriffter View Post



 

I have not heard either N3i or TD iii v2, so unable to compare, sorry. 

 

I ordered one pair of the xtreme, but liked the foamies that come with them, so ordered 5 pairs of those. I got an extra cheap iem with the xtreme, and a couple of extra pairs of the foamies with the 5 pairs of foamies. 

 

The bass certainly thumps with these - make no mistake. If the offer is still there, I would not hesitate. I was happy to pay 79€, but for that mad 25€ (still there, just checked), I would probably buy 2 pairs, if I was a basshead smily_headphones1.gif

 

I also listen to other music and sometimes am simply not in that same mood, so I use other IEMs and fullsize cans. I have the Denon ah-d2000 as my full size, and they are simply amazing.... but that is another story.

 

Good luck on your purchase. 
 

 



I just ordered a piar of the TD III v2. Was wondering what kind of foam tips xears use? 

post #17 of 19
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You can get a pretty good photo at http://xears.com/en/Xears_Highlights_3.html. I have never seen Shure Olives, but I imagine them to be similar to these: shiny, soft foam. However, unlike the Shure Olives, there is no hard plastic core and thus they fit easily over mid-sized nozzles such as the re0, re262, etc. They are physically much smoother on the surface than Comply t400s and I think therefore don't smooth out the treble so much, although they arguably soften any harshness just a tad. I find them extremely comfortable (as indeed I do the Complys), and I bought a hatful of them to make sure I don't run out.

 

I would be interested to hear other opinions regarding effect on the top end. 

post #18 of 19

I got a mail on the 17th of August stating I'd have it in 2-3 working days, so I should've had it by Monday, at the latest Tuesday. Should I be worried it's stuck in customs, or are delays like these common?
Will Xears be able to provide something which I can use to track the parcel?

post #19 of 19
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Originally Posted by aleex View Post

I got a mail on the 17th of August stating I'd have it in 2-3 working days, so I should've had it by Monday, at the latest Tuesday. Should I be worried it's stuck in customs, or are delays like these common?
Will Xears be able to provide something which I can use to track the parcel?



You can live chat with Thomas on www.xears.com. Since he used Deutsche Post to ship orders, he can provide you a shipment number to track your parcel.

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