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post #2956 of 4186

I owned the e10 with different headphones and felt it had too much of it's own sound and not a good one, but haven't heard the 11 and not with these iem's.

post #2957 of 4186

I have purchased 9 sets and they are consistent

post #2958 of 4186
FINAL EDIT: Bought a pair off amazon and bi-flange tips off buyincoins, all in all like 20$ so I'll survive even if they suck, can't wait to listen to them!
Edited by grandur - 12/24/12 at 5:57pm
post #2959 of 4186

i have the e11   and i just love it..  

700

post #2960 of 4186

Here are my EQ settings as of today. How does this compare to your settings?

 

700

post #2961 of 4186

I tried slightly boosting the 16k region for a while to get more treble detail/ airiness but overall I enjoy these just fine with a flat EQ.

post #2962 of 4186

i have mine flat all the way across on my PowerAmp..   with no eq on the e11 ... learned a long time ago from  this audio book i read in high school that you should try to avoid adding eq only subtract...  but that was back in 1990

post #2963 of 4186

I use no EQ either. not needed to my ears.

post #2964 of 4186
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Originally Posted by LaRzZa View Post

On the first page you can see how ScottFW have recable his 8320, he say the adhesive used from the factory is not strong, but I am so a piece of shell was broken but I could glue it back. biggrin.gif

hey, you can open the driver without scratch it, just use your hand to grip the nozzle then push the housing cable strain relief from inside out.

post #2965 of 4186

Anything better out there over the mono 8320??  How do the ME M9P compare which are also 9 bux right now on amazon?

post #2966 of 4186

For $7 ( plus the $2 for shipping) I don't think there's anything out there that will make me grin ear to ear like these things can.

 

It basically comes down to what Monoprice listed in the description of the 8320's: 

 

"What? You want Aerosmith to play at your birthday party? OK, you CAN ask for more!"


Edited by stillshot2 - 12/27/12 at 8:17pm
post #2967 of 4186
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Originally Posted by stillshot2 View Post

For $7 ( plus the $2 for shipping) I don't think there's anything out there that will make me grin ear to ear like these things can.

 

cant agree with u more..... 

post #2968 of 4186

How do yall deal with the crappy cords?   I like these but the inner wiring is starting to come out from the cord...Sooner or later the wiring will come out and stop working..

post #2969 of 4186
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Originally Posted by jaejw1 View Post

cant agree with u more..... 

+1. Skeptical at first until I tried them out myself. For the asking price, this sound really good.

post #2970 of 4186

I'm always especially careful with the cords, as with all iems which end up being rather fragile. I usually only listen to music while sitting at the computer which is convenient for me because I'm not moving/ snagging them on things, and because the microphonics are pretty bad from these. Earlier in this thread someone recabled theirs which may be a good solution for heavy intended use, or you could try applying super glue to the separating part and try to get it back together?

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