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post #4921 of 7980
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Originally Posted by spkrs01 View Post

Just trying them now....

 

The 8A look awesome!!! I never realized the shells has swirls in them, looks great.

 

Fit seems perfect so far......


Come on you have me in suspense does the sound blow you away?

post #4922 of 7980
So so jealous of all this 8.A talk!!!!

Unfortunately my 4.A are at my China address and I won't be going til the 5th.

But cannot wait.
post #4923 of 7980
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Originally Posted by chiman View Post

So so jealous of all this 8.A talk!!!!

Unfortunately my 4.A are at my China address and I won't be going til the 5th.

But cannot wait.

 

 

Back in Hong Kong yet?

post #4924 of 7980
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Come on you have me in suspense does the sound blow you away?

 

Hi Buddy. 

 

PM you later. Can't post thoughts due to MOT status. 

 

Sweet in the best possible waynormal_smile%20.gif

post #4925 of 7980

Macro shot of my 4A in the dark.

 

post #4926 of 7980
Woah slick!
post #4927 of 7980
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Macro shot of my 4A in the dark.

 

That is awesome.

post #4928 of 7980

Seeing that there have been recent queries about how those who own the 4A think about its overall sound as "neutral" --

 

I would agree that the 4A is neutral, and you hear what is in the track. But it is not a "boring" kind of neutral.

 

Having come from the Westone W3 and W4, the W3 is "fun" in that there it is designed to be more bassy and the mids are also more emphasized I think. Whereas the W4 is, well, just "boring" and perhaps even "lifeless" to me.

 

With the 4A, I now and then notice something in a track I had not heard before. Then I think to myself "alright! great!" and get back to the music.

 

A sale on the 8A cannot come soon enough...

post #4929 of 7980
Glow in the dark + circuit board is quite awesome!
post #4930 of 7980

8A & 6A ...........

 

 

post #4931 of 7980

Does anyone use some form of ear lube with their Custom IEMs? I'm curious because I've heard of others doing such thing in the past....
 

post #4932 of 7980
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Originally Posted by spkrs01 View Post

8A & 6A ...........

Wow! Which CIEM did you try first? 8.A or 6.A?

post #4933 of 7980
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post

Does anyone use some form of ear lube with their Custom IEMs? I'm curious because I've heard of others doing such thing in the past....
 

 

 

 

      I don't

Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

post #4934 of 7980
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Originally Posted by Rainman26 View Post

Wow! Which CIEM did you try first? 8.A or 6.A?

 

Thanks, I tried both with the 8A first, I think...haven't seriously listen yet. They are playing/burning in on my desktop stack. 

 

However, I have been practising putting them on and off, but ears are getting a bit sore ATM. I am looking for some lubricant too. 

post #4935 of 7980
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post

Does anyone use some form of ear lube with their Custom IEMs? I'm curious because I've heard of others doing such thing in the past....
 

 

Audiologists recommend it for difficulty with insertion of hearing aids, i can't imagine it being any different for ciems.

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