Protip: Before I complain about something's audio quality, I should make sure that the issues aren't possibly being caused by something else.
Case in point, I just discovered today that my white 9963 IEMs seem to have a noticeably lesser amount of bass in the right channel than the left channel; not only that but the tone in the right channel seems lower as well. I compared against my black 9927 IEMs which I think exhibit a little bit less bass in the right channel but nothing noticeable in normal listening not to mention it had no noticeable (or very minor) tone difference, and even then that may just be placebo. It's definitely not my audio source since I also tested by physically swapping the left and right channel going into the headphones via some adapter cables, and even then the right channel had weaker bass. It's not my physical ears either because when I swapped the actual IEM speakers to the opposite ears, the weaker bass was still on the right channel IEM, even when it was in my left ear and was being fed the left audio channel. Lastly, it's also not the tips because I swapped those around a bunch between nearly all the tips I got in my LostEarBuds tips sample pack.
Anyone else have the issue of weaker bass in the right channel IEM speaker?
Edited by Nintendo Maniac - 1/9/14 at 2:18am