^Same here, all the recable just costed around 1-2$ from the cable up to the plugs. I just want to know how to do those things myself :D
Edited by kkhaha - 3/24/13 at 6:43pm
this is in inches..
Just ordered a pair, should be here sometime this week or start of next week. Noticed fit can be an issue, what tips do people recommend?
Was going to order some Over-Ear-Cable-Guides as well, but postage to Ireland. No thank you.
The Monoprice nozzle is too big for those I'd say.
How about these new custom earphone molds: http://www.decibullz.com/shop/custom-earphone-molds/custom-earphone-molds/
I have been following this company for a little while, but there first product was their heat moldable earphone tips that came with over-priced bad reviewed earphones. Now they just came out with new tips, that will work with other earphones for $15. What do you guys think about these for the 9927's?
I finished burning in my 9927s over the weekend. The fit is real finicky but I've settled on wearing the large tips with the LEFT-RIGHT swapped and the cables going up and over my ears.
The bass is very satisfying and the mids are excellent. For 7 dollars this is truly a fantastic set of IEMs. I will probably buy 2-3 more and keep them in a drawer for the future.
I think a pack of Comply T-400s might make the fit more solid. Hopefully they fit the 9927 well.
Thanks for discovering these IEMs.
just curious but can you reuse those custom molds? say if the 8320s break can you just buy another set from monoprice and insert them into the ur molds? or is it a 1 time thing for those headphones
Looks great though! Wish I had a friend like you to do mine!
As far as tips go, I don't know about the Etys, but the Westones will absolutely NOT fit. I'd recommend Comply T-400s. As far as Decibullz goes, I've been thinking about them for a while now. They look cool, but they are more like custom earbuds than custom IEMs-they don't go into you ear, so I don't know if they seal well.