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post #3556 of 4182

Would it help with fitment if the blade where the cord comes out of the earpiece was cut off? I'm anticipating that might ruin the acoustics of the earpiece. Especially if you don't seal it right

I'm looking at the teardowns, and it doesn't seem like the blade serves any real purpose other than an outlet for the cord...

 

If it was cut off, and you sealed it up properly and rounded it out, it would just be a regular round IEM that's somewhat larger than most.

post #3557 of 4182
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Originally Posted by jaejw1 View Post

i totally agree..  i bought a 10 packs of mmix from westone that cost around 12 bux,,,  with each pack i could ake one pair of large earmmolds,,, or 2 pairs of mediums or 4 pairs of sall tips...

for an extra 6 or 8 bux i bought a pack of 50 ear canal dams..  


LARGE




MEDIUMS
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SMALL




the small ones  can be used as tips for your other universals
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for the over the ear guides...
post #3558 of 4182
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Originally Posted by heavyharmonies View Post

So is the rubberized one. No escaping tangles and cursing on these unless you custom mod it.

Wow, I would have though it being rubberized would make it less tangle prone. Is the tangles as bad?
post #3559 of 4182
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for the over the ear guides...
Just have to say, these earbuds aren't the finest looking to begin with, but the last thing I would want sticking out of my ear walking down the street is flash-colored goo...
post #3560 of 4182
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Originally Posted by jackgopack4 View Post


Just have to say, these earbuds aren't the finest looking to begin with, but the last thing I would want sticking out of my ear walking down the street is flash-colored goo...


I would think that using the sealing material would be for home listening only - if you were to go out in the crowd, most folks would think you had an awful ear infection. Yech.

post #3561 of 4182

not if you have long hair that covers your ears like me! biggrin.gif

post #3562 of 4182
well im too old to care about what others tgink... they are.great even in public.... the smaller mold is less obvious
post #3563 of 4182
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Originally Posted by jaejw1 View Post

well im too old to care about what others tgink... they are.great even in public.... the smaller mold is less obvious

My response was a bit tongue in cheek - but I would have to say going out with white blobs in your ears would have to be considered the pendulum swinging to the opposite end of someone who bought Beats because they look "cool" biggrin.gif

post #3564 of 4182
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Originally Posted by Ivabign View Post

My response was a bit tongue in cheek - but I would have to say going out with white blobs in your ears would have to be considered the pendulum swinging to the opposite end of someone who bought Beats because they look "cool" biggrin.gif

I bought the silver ones based on looks...I love having miniature hair dryers stuck to my ears :D

post #3565 of 4182
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well im too old to care about what others tgink... they are.great even in public.... the smaller mold is less obvious

It'd be nice if they made the mould in different colors
post #3566 of 4182
I didnt take the comment as serious... it would be nice.if the mold was different colors... I still havent tried coloring mine
post #3567 of 4182

For the nozzle size of the Monoprice IEMs, what model of Meelec tips will fit in?

post #3568 of 4182

http://www.dickblick.com/products/cirius-silicone-pigments-and-paint-medium/

 

This might work for dying your silicone molds. Kind of gives you an idea. There are also some different instructions here and there that describe how to do the dying. 

Doesn't seem the most cost effective, but perhaps you can find the same materials elsewhere for cheaper. 

post #3569 of 4182

I was trying to figure out how to make the housing smaller. some step would be open and trim the housing, figure out how to mount the cable, and replace the lid with something smaller. I was already trim the housing but messed up when remove the yellow glue where a wire supposed through.....I still have one pair for daily use but that's no for mod. I'll need to wait for another pair to arrive.. 
 

post #3570 of 4182

So, I'm trying to find a frequency response chart for these. Does anyone know where I can find one?

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