lol, we're two different people. syl0000 said that the treble is dampened quite a bit -- not me. I only wrote that the treble gets dampened slightly. I don't think the difference is large, or even all that significant. As I mentioned, the dampening has the added benefit of smoothing out everything in a liquid manner, such that everything actually sounds more pleasant. That's why I do like the Ts-100 --- it's my favorite tip for the BA200, it's just that I'm wary of having to buy new tips every three weeks or so. Also, with silicone tips, things sound very slightly more hard-edged, so it's easier to hear detail. I mentioned before, that it's also easier to hear the crossover between the low and high drivers with silicone tips.
I'm still in the hunt of a good pair of silicone tips. The included double flanges are sort of uncomfortable after a few hours, so I've switched them out for the default small black, single flange silicone tips that came included with my DBA-02. I know the BA100 single flange tips work well, but it's hard to get a hold of them without buying the BA100. I don't really want to use the Shure grey tips, because of its unnecessarily small opening, so I'm still hunting around. I have a hunch that q-Jays tips will work well.
Originally Posted by cute
First you say the Ts 100 tips "dampens the treble quite abit".
Here you say the Ts 100 "dampen the treble a little bit, but not much"....how much critical listening have you really done with the Ts 100 tips....and which explanation do you believe....they contradict each other??
Edited by tomscy2000 - 12/26/11 at 7:54pm