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post #76 of 118
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Originally Posted by kiteki View Post

Yes, I've seen a picture of a B&K device and a G.R.A.S. device.

 

 

What do UM use?

 

 

Edit: I only saw a picture of the B&K, but they have written they use the G.R.A.S.



   What does UM use? According to the photos I have seen, the same thing that TS uses, which is a "home grown" Chinese made, built manufactured etc etc frequency analyzer specifically designed for Headphone (cans) and buds such as Yuin products and IEMs.  (that is if you purchase it with full options)  If you look at a Freq. print out provided by UM, it actually has the make and model number of the machine on the print out. (printed in Chinese)

 

 

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Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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post #77 of 118

My very lonely thread biggrin.gifhttp://www.head-fi.org/t/521606/sony-mdr-ed238


 

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Dogears which Fontopia did you want to reshell again? I can't find your post anywhere for some reason...



 

post #78 of 118

@FullCircle, please reshell our drivers. Please!!! biggrin.gif

post #79 of 118
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   What does UM use? According to the photos I have seen, the same thing that TS uses, which is a "home grown" Chinese made, built manufactured etc etc frequency analyzer specifically designed for Headphone (cans) and buds such as Yuin products and IEMs.  (that is if you purchase it with full options)  If you look at a Freq. print out provided by UM, it actually has the make and model number of the machine on the print out. (printed in Chinese)

 

 

The Wizard


I see, thanks, that's interesting... so TS have the same printouts?

 

 

 

I wasn't referring ot the FR analyzer computer system though, I was referring to their in-ear simulators f57.jpg

 

 

post #80 of 118

I'm not sure if TS provides the same print outs. I have seen photos on "erji" of TS doing reverse engineering type work, and it is there were I saw the same couplers being used on the machine the UM uses.

Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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post #81 of 118

     Dogears, if the force is willing, the Wizards hands shall dance again.....   this much I can tell you....  they are twitching for sure!

 

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@FullCircle, please reshell our drivers. Please!!! biggrin.gif



 

Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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post #82 of 118
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It's an honour to have an audio wizard in this thread.

 

 

 

post #83 of 118

I'll send some Je-dog force on your way biggrin.gif Something I learned from my Je-di master.
 

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     Dogears, if the force is willing, the Wizards hands shall dance again.....   this much I can tell you....  they are twitching for sure!

 



 



 

post #84 of 118
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If we don't get 6 willing people within let's say a month from now I'm just going to cancel this project Lol, maybe start a different project... like assembling my own DAC.

 

 

Edit: besides, I have quite a few different custom IEM ideas too, like the ER-4 custom, which shouldn't cost much more than this, sound awesome, and you don't have to sacrifice a universal IEM.

 

 


Edited by kiteki - 9/20/11 at 7:24pm
post #85 of 118

Augh, my Fontopia's 16mm :P

post #86 of 118
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I'm sure 16mm can fit in dog ears.

post #87 of 118

You can count me in for Radius DDM. I think the drivers are 15-16mm however.


Edited by s0lar - 9/28/11 at 3:28am
post #88 of 118
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Duly noted.

 

This will be awesome if we manage to pull it off.

 

post #89 of 118

Hmmmm.... I have an extra pair of Radius I could send in... but we're recovering financially from purchasing a house, so the wallet is a bit *empty* these days. I'll keep my eye on how this goes, and perhaps if there's a second round I can join a group then.

post #90 of 118

The question is, would a reshelled dynamic sound better then its original form? I swear kiteki your a girl with some crazy ideas such as this one, anyway me on the maybe list for now, GR07 and IE7.

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