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post #316 of 574
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Originally Posted by tomscy2000 View Post


Never tried them together, but I've used both at length. I can't imagine them being a bad pairing. The T1 is mostly neutral, but imparts a warmish midrange undertone, and very good bass control. The UERM's "weak spot" is in the bass, so perhaps it'll help even things out. However, the T1 has fixed 3x gain, so it's a bit loud for an IEM as sensitive as the UERM. Try toning down the source volume first.

Great. Looks like that will be my next move. Get the UERM
post #317 of 574
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Originally Posted by JaRGoNzZ View Post  Great. Looks like that will be my next move. Get the UERM

 

Good call!

 

post #318 of 574

All of my friends that know how much I paid for my UERM think Ive lost my mind. And there are moments when i too question the investment. Then i put them on.....

 

Worth every penny!!!!! :D 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYgdwU_Sl50

post #319 of 574
I lie.
post #320 of 574
Free UERMs plz, thx...
post #321 of 574

I liked the quality but cant overcome the fact that the shape of these IEM's really make my ears start hurting after a hour of wear :(

post #322 of 574
That sounds like it could be a fit issue?
post #323 of 574
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Free UERMs plz, thx...

Wish you were at CanJam!  The odds of winning one of the three free pairs was amazing...

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post #324 of 574
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Wish you were at CanJam!  The odds of winning one of the three free pairs was amazing...

Ugh, if I didn't have an exam to study for, I would've been there.
post #325 of 574

Any chance of getting a universal demo for review? ;)

 

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Wish you were at CanJam!  The odds of winning one of the three free pairs was amazing...

post #326 of 574

Is anyone here using a C&C BH2? 

post #327 of 574
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Originally Posted by harkohark View Post
 

I liked the quality but cant overcome the fact that the shape of these IEM's really make my ears start hurting after a hour of wear :(


You should probably send them back to UE, and use this form to diagnose your problem areas.

 

http://pro.ultimateears.com/en-us/custom-in-ear-monitors/custom-support/troubleshooting 

post #328 of 574

@harkohark, PM me about your UERM and fit...  

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post #329 of 574

I've been noticing interesting things with UERM in Korea. There are close to 0 users. Everyone goes for UE18. How can I explain that UERM is better than UE18? Damn. People take my word too lightly on Korean forums.

 

Alright back on topic. Now that we were talking about refits, I have to say UE does an amazing job. No need for new impressions, and very quick turn around time and shipping.

post #330 of 574
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Originally Posted by kimvictor View Post
 

I've been noticing interesting things with UERM in Korea. There are close to 0 users. Everyone goes for UE18. How can I explain that UERM is better than UE18? Damn. People take my word too lightly on Korean forums.

 

Alright back on topic. Now that we were talking about refits, I have to say UE does an amazing job. No need for new impressions, and very quick turn around time and shipping.

 

Try appealing to Hidition users, i.e. the choir.

 

+2 on the turnaround time --- it was 30 days on the dot, from the date of the initial e-mail sent to receiving (international shipping). The improvements on meeting turnaround targets that I spoke to Mr. Depallens are indeed being felt.

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