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post #526 of 532

Just bought a pair of these off amazon. 

Does anyone know if these will have a problem fitting smaller ears? I tend to have a problem trying to fit IEMs in my ear canal. My previous set of RE262 were barely comfortable. 

 
post #527 of 532
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Originally Posted by noktekniq View Post
 

Just bought a pair of these off amazon.

Does anyone know if these will have a problem fitting smaller ears? I tend to have a problem trying to fit IEMs in my ear canal. My previous set of RE262 were barely comfortable.

 

you need to buy some smaller ear buds if the supplied one's don't fit, the phones comes with 3 size.

post #528 of 532

These headphones are far better then the GR07's.

Had a few months to get use to them and compared them today. The soundstage of these is so much better it's kind of funny. They also seem more balanced. 

post #529 of 532

I am loving these IEM's. Much more fun than anything I've ever owned - and the bass is the BEST I've heard yet. I will be using these for a loooong time. 

 

And as everyone seems to be saying, sony MDR-7550's super underrated 

post #530 of 532

I think with these 7550s/EX800STs (or pretty much other hi-end IEMs in general)... instead of discovering the limits of my IEM I end up discovering the limits of my source instead.  I wonder how 7550 will sound like if connected to pro-grade source.  My source so far is an iphone4, a laptop and a kindle HD tablet.

post #531 of 532
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Originally Posted by TheBoss View Post
 

I think with these 7550s/EX800STs (or pretty much other hi-end IEMs in general)... instead of discovering the limits of my IEM I end up discovering the limits of my source instead.  I wonder how 7550 will sound like if connected to pro-grade source.  My source so far is an iphone4, a laptop and a kindle HD tablet.

With AK100, there's definite upgrade, but not too much.

post #532 of 532

Has anyone tried other eartips that lower the mid-bass?

 

To my ears the mid-bass is a bit excessive on stock tips.  I know I can purchase Monster ear tips any time... but what are other cheaper ear tip alternatives that will slighly lower mid bass?

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