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Thanks for help got another person to try and they said they herd it.It is only the right earphone 

post #3137 of 4109

Sad to say mine have failed. I loved them so much and used them all the time but suddenly one side just wouldn't work anymore. They're currently being repaired at Yamaha. I liked them so much I went and bought a second pair while waiting for my first pair to come back though,  but my dog at them after 24 hours... 

post #3138 of 4109

Lol, another one that let their dog have at these amazing IEMs... blink.gif

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Any one know any other iem that you can "feel" the bass like the eph 10 . I've tried the jvc 700 and although they have heavy bass- i don't "feel" it and it looses all the excitement of heavy bass.

post #3140 of 4109
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Originally Posted by docked seaman View Post

Any one know any other iem that you can "feel" the bass like the eph 10 . I've tried the jvc 700 and although they have heavy bass- i don't "feel" it and it looses all the excitement of heavy bass.

My senn IE7 has better bass, even after being eq-ed down. I imagine that the IE80 would be great.

post #3141 of 4109
Okay I really love my Eph-100's. Have owned them for almost a year now and the have been great. Problem is I lost the origional small earbud that came with it.
I bought some other earbuds. They have been okay, but they don't stay/fit well and move a lot.

Anyone knows good earbuds that fit properly, and offer good comfort?
thanks!
post #3142 of 4109
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Originally Posted by robboman View Post

Okay I really love my Eph-100's. Have owned them for almost a year now and the have been great. Problem is I lost the origional small earbud that came with it.
I bought some other earbuds. They have been okay, but they don't stay/fit well and move a lot.

Anyone knows good earbuds that fit properly, and offer good comfort?
thanks!

Search/read the thread back mate.

I posted a link to some foam ear buds that fit the Yamaha well.
post #3143 of 4109

Where can I buy these in the UK brand new?

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I finally received these from audioaffair today. I usually use the small ear tips of IEMs but I'm having the hardest time inserting even the smallest tip (SS) of these in my ear. They fit slightly better over the ear but I still can't get them to go more than a few milimeters inside my ear. I feel like they hit a bone after that and it becomes impossible to push them inside even by pulling back my ear and moistening the tips. 

 

After about 1 hour, my ears are painful to touch. Is this normal for the first few days or should I accept defeat and send them back?

post #3145 of 4109

You can buy them from here audioaffair http://www.audioaffair.co.uk/Yamaha-EPH100-Earphones/product_5924

post #3146 of 4109

Thanks. I shouldn't have any problems with fit should I? Had a pair of SoundMAGIC E10s and JVC HA-FX101s and they both fit perfectly with medium tips.

post #3147 of 4109
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Originally Posted by Mackem View Post

Thanks. I shouldn't have any problems with fit should I? Had a pair of SoundMAGIC E10s and JVC HA-FX101s and they both fit perfectly with medium tips.

 

I have quite weird ear canals and these are still the IEMs that fit me best.

 

Even my Ortofons don't fit as well as these Yamahas.

post #3148 of 4109

Great to hear. Are their any foam tips (Preferably from UK sellers) that fit these?

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Originally Posted by Mackem View Post

Great to hear. Are their any foam tips (Preferably from UK sellers) that fit these?

 

Search the thread next time mate. ;)

 

This is my post on page 207:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/577712/yamaha-eph-100/3090#post_9124446

post #3150 of 4109
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Originally Posted by Mackem View Post

Thanks. I shouldn't have any problems with fit should I? Had a pair of SoundMAGIC E10s and JVC HA-FX101s and they both fit perfectly with medium tips.


I have both the E10 and EPH-100, and the tips are interchangeable.

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