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apple with a beet lol

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Originally Posted by Fizz View Post

If you're using the appropriate "unscrewing" motion they should slide out with ease.

However if you're pulling them straight out like rod on a Foosball table you're undoubtedly doing it wrong.

I screw them in, but it doesn't seem to work the same way out. Which puzzles me... I know I'm not the only one who must have or had this issue. I doubt it's the fault of my ciem, just lack of experience using them.

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Lefty loosey, righty tighty. Of course they don't screw the same way out ;)

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Sent in my order for Ice Blue V6's today! So pumped!

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Originally Posted by anoxy View Post

Lefty loosey, righty tighty. Of course they don't screw the same way out ;)

haha I understand this.. I'm just thinking once they are in and the seal is made they don't unscrew well at all. I'll figure it out after more usage. thanks!

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Got my V6's two and half weeks ago, sent it out for a refit and got them back yesterday. Perfect fit, first impressions.. I love the clarity, there definitely is a bit of an emphasis on the highs, but the lows kicks in when needed. Positioning of instruments and vocals is wonderful. I will put up a full review later. 

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Originally Posted by ucrags84 View Post

Got my V6's two and half weeks ago, sent it out for a refit and got them back yesterday. Perfect fit, first impressions.. I love the clarity, there definitely is a bit of an emphasis on the highs, but the lows kicks in when needed. Positioning of instruments and vocals is wonderful. I will put up a full review later. 

Glad to hear you're enjoying them. Switching from the Quads I wasn't too sure if I liked the V6 or not but now that I have spent at least more than 4-5 months with them, their clarity, soundstage and separation grew on me. For the price, they're quite a steal. 

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Sent in my order for V6s today. This wait is going to suck. It would be better if I was home (I live in Portland), but I'm at school at the moment...

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Sent my order and impressions today......looks like I will received it sometime in May?
 

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I sent in my order last week. smily_headphones1.gif

I listen through an iPod classic with no amp. Is the bass level acceptable with no amp or will I need an amp to get a decent level of bass?
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I use V6s with my iPod Classic as well! I find the bass unamped mostly satisfactory. When I am at home, I use an EQ on my computer to elevate the bass a bit, but this is because I am kind of a basshead, I listen to alot of elsctronic and rap. For every other genre, the bass is more than enough unamped, and with the iPod Classic, the v6s are powerful enough in the bass that I don't feel the need to lug around a portable amp
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Unamped, the v6s have a Sennheiser hd600 type bass - full, deep, audiophile quality, without drawing attention to itself. it is true that V6s have an audiophile, reference quality sound signature. I have never heard bass balanced so well in a headphone/iem before.

i eq at home to make the v6s sound like HD650's - i like just a tad too much bass,
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Anyone tried RWAK100 with the V6?

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hi, anyone order w soft tips?
r they vinyl tips?
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The soft tips should be silicone 

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