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post #31 of 49

My test procedure for this is to put them in the freezer for a few minutes. Since metal cools down much faster than plastic, they're easy to tell apart. But of course that's strictly amateur, nothing fancy like licking or heated needles. wink.gif

post #32 of 49

I licked the fake chrome of the Soundmagic E30 too, and it was noticeably warmer than the Pro900. Of course that was no double-blind licking test, so the results are biased and invalid. :D

post #33 of 49

This IEM is better worn with the cord around the ears than dropped down because of the microphonics. 

post #34 of 49
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Originally Posted by ironstar View Post

This IEM is better worn with the cord around the ears than dropped down because of the microphonics. 



As are 95% of all IEMs. The fact that they're able to be worn cord up or down easily due to the nozzle articulation is a brilliant thing

post #35 of 49

I agree with you wilzc. The rotating nozzle is a charm wink_face.gif

 

I wonder what tips could be good as a replacement for the stock ones.

post #36 of 49

I put Sony Hybrid tips on them. Works very well for my ears.

post #37 of 49

Yeah sony hybrids are good but expensive. Only the large ones fit in my ear. Did you test the shure olives in them? 

post #38 of 49
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Originally Posted by ironstar View Post

Yeah sony hybrids are good but expensive. Only the large ones fit in my ear. Did you test the shure olives in them? 



Those fake Sony Hybrids you find on eBay are pretty much the same thing as the real ones - they go for much less money, and most sellers sell them in single sizes, unlike the official 'sample pack' with all sizes. Worth a try, IMO.

 

No, didn't try foam tips with the Feels - they already lack some clarity, and I guess foam would make that even worse.

post #39 of 49
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Fake Sony hybrids just aren't as soft as the real deal. IMHO that is.

 

I have both, naturally, being a true blue head-fier  :P

 

I love them with aftermarket clear bi-flanges. eBay.

 

 

post #40 of 49
I tried the sony hybrids. They are a perfect fit. I think they sound better with the hybrids. What do you think? biggrin.gif
post #41 of 49

Hey everyone,

I'm planning to get this model coupled with a Fiio E6 for Trance(priority) and mainstream music listening. I mainly use it for commuting around and listen from my Blackberry. Will this IEM provide enough punch for progressive trance?

post #42 of 49
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Originally Posted by orenzai View Post

Hey everyone,

I'm planning to get this model coupled with a Fiio E6 for Trance(priority) and mainstream music listening. I mainly use it for commuting around and listen from my Blackberry. Will this IEM provide enough punch for progressive trance?


If you can get these for 30 bucks like me. Yes.

If not, get some dynamic iem for the same price
post #43 of 49

Im from Malaysia and it is selling for an eq. of 56USD. Im also looking at RE0 which is about 100USD. Are there any IEM for trance thats below 100USD? or maybe I should start a thread for some suggestions?

post #44 of 49
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I feel sad for headphone enthusiasts in Malaysia.

 

Being a Malaysian as well, I was shocked to find the Klipsch Image X10 selling for RM1500..   T_T

post #45 of 49

Hey everyone, just got mine. Is it me, or is the bass really lacking?

 

I mean seriously lacking. I've never owned BA IEMs before, so this is my 1st pair, and if these have more bass than most BA IEMs, I think i'ma stay away from BA IEMs. I mean i like them, don't get me wrong, they're so light, and feel like nothing in my ear, so I feel as if I'm surrounded my music, because sounds feels like more then left and right, but I need my bass :S

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