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post #3676 of 4177
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Originally Posted by valtopps View Post

I just got my 8320, without reading 245 pages what are some of the mods done on these, first thing is what tips are best for them. I was told to try comply 400 but theres 4 different 400 models


Comply T-400.  cool.gif

 

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post #3677 of 4177
I like them with Sennheiser double-flange style tips. Easy to get off ebay. I find them very comfortable. Them or Sony hybrids.
post #3678 of 4177
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Originally Posted by valtopps View Post

I just got my 8320, without reading 245 pages what are some of the mods done on these, first thing is what tips are best for them. I was told to try comply 400 but theres 4 different 400 models


I personally like to use MEElectronics M6 style tips. They're really easy to get online. 

Like here.. 30 pairs for $6.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Replacement-silicone-earbud-replacement-tips-50-types-30-PAIRS-Black-/151016674505?pt=US_Replacement_Parts_Tools&hash=item23294b94c9
 

post #3679 of 4177

i created my own molds using silicone mix and double flanged tips (removing the flanges and using just the tube)  check the pics related to this thread on the right of your screen

post #3680 of 4177
I currently have a friend working on a new mod for the housing. I'll probably post it in the next week or two.
post #3681 of 4177
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Finally done the housing mod yesterday. Want to share it with everyone:

 

 

sorry, Bad pictures..just do with these for now
 


What happened to this  housing mod??

I was looking forward to some instructions or details

post #3682 of 4177
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What happened to this  housing mod??

I was looking forward to some instructions or details

As was I

post #3683 of 4177

im still trying to find a set of new tips. comply 400 t are to expensive , the ones on ebay , what im I going to do with 60 tips plus are they any good or there just as bad as the stock tips? there gotta be something that's in between?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Replacement-silicone-earbud-replacement-tips-50-types-30-PAIRS-Black-/151016674505?pt=US_Replacement_Parts_Tools&hash=item23294b94c9
  

post #3684 of 4177
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Originally Posted by valtopps View Post

im still trying to find a set of new tips. comply 400 t are to expensive , the ones on ebay , what im I going to do with 60 tips plus are they any good or there just as bad as the stock tips? there gotta be something that's in between?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Replacement-silicone-earbud-replacement-tips-50-types-30-PAIRS-Black-/151016674505?pt=US_Replacement_Parts_Tools&hash=item23294b94c9
  


Those are the tips I use, the ones you just linked to. They're very nice in my opinion. Comfortable and a better seal. 

post #3685 of 4177

oh ok , ill order them ,  thanks pro


Edited by valtopps - 7/2/13 at 10:53pm
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Hey guys, I pretty much joined Head-fi just to comment in this thread. I just bought a pair of these headphones (black colour though, I think the silvers look butt ugly). I just wanted to know if the quality or the internals have been changed, so they don't sound as good as the very first batch that dsnuts bought from in the beginning (I'm no audiophile so all I look for is driver size for punchy bass). And finally, when I get them I'm going to put in those foam things in the rubber bud as suggested, and was wondering, because I don't have any foam buds, so could I cut up foam earplugs (used when going near diesel generators lol) and put them in?
post #3687 of 4177

I was told there the same and to buy these tips (link below) the foam tip are to expensive . they sound very nice I think you will like them, just break them in for a while they will sound even better.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Replacement-silicone-earbud-replacement-tips-50-types-30-PAIRS-Black-/151016674505?pt=US_Replacement_Parts_Tools&hash=item23294b94c9
   


Edited by valtopps - 7/3/13 at 8:00am
post #3688 of 4177

I used the tips from these with great sucess: 

 

http://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-RPHJE120K-In-Ear-Headphone-Black/dp/B003EM8008/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1372881448&sr=8-1&keywords=earbuds

 

You get 3 different sizes of a longer lasting rubber type of tip material compared to the complys foam for less than half the price, and also includes a pair of back up phones. 

 

What's not to like?

post #3689 of 4177

are these 4.5mm stems on the monoprices?

 

also any other mods that will improve the sq besides the tips.


Edited by valtopps - 7/5/13 at 1:21pm
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There is one that supposedly does, but only one person has done it. Too much work for 99% of people. Requires removing the nozzle and adding cyanoacrylate to the drivers. But if you don't do it all properly you could damage or unbalance the drivers. I wouldn't bother unless you have time/money/patience/skills. 

 

I'm working on a housing mod with a friend of mine. When it's finished and I have time to test it out, I'll post it here. We'll probably sell it for those that are interested, if we get to that point.

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