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Originally Posted by DUBS73P View Post

I think ill keep the order for the TTs, i am a fan of real detail

 

How much difference is there between the 3580, 9550 and the 9700 because i think i fancy another pair just to compare to my Senns and UEs

 

Do you know of any super cheap headphones that'll be good for the gym?

 

Thanks again DSNUTS, you're a legend



lets see you want one for the gym. You want a serious bass heavy strong iem for the gym I think these will be good for the gym the SHE9750. 31mNpM8BG-L._SL500_AA300_.jpgThough I will clearly tell you the other Philips phones either the SHE3580 or the SHE9700 sound better, this SHE9750 wins in the build department over the others.. These are bass all the time always.. The other phones have a way smoother and proper balance but lack the build quality of these.. Since you probably aren't going to be doing any critical listening in the gym these are a good cheaper better built and bassy alternative.


Edited by Dsnuts - 1/13/12 at 2:39pm
post #692 of 32858
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I would like to buy that tips, but Jlab \ Amazon.com don't ship to EU, and amazon.uk don't sell too.

 

 

:(

 

 

Did you still  have 3D effect,  with those tips? Same or better than Stock Tips?

 

 

That kinda sucks. I would definitely try out different tips with the isurus. They don't sell Jlab earphones in the UK through Amazon.co.uk? That is kinda surprising.. Hmm. The Meelec double flange tips do a good job balancing out the sounds on the isurus but it doesn't amplify the sound like these Jlab tips do. I haven't heard comply tips on the isurus but those should work good but again I don't know if those will throw out the sounds like these Jlab tips do.
 

 

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That kinda sucks. I would definitely try out different tips with the isurus. They don't sell Jlab earphones in the UK through Amazon.co.uk? That is kinda surprising.. Hmm. The Meelec double flange tips do a good job balancing out the sounds on the isurus but it doesn't amplify the sound like these Jlab tips do. I haven't heard comply tips on the isurus but those should work good but again I don't know if those will throw out the sounds like these Jlab tips do.
 

 


Ye, ive been looking all over for the JLabs tips in the UK but no luck, I can get some comply s-400 but i have no idea what theyre like compared to the Jlabs, for when i get them i love the UE tips but ill definatley order some more tips to try

 

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That kinda sucks. I would definitely try out different tips with the isurus. They don't sell Jlab earphones in the UK through Amazon.co.uk? That is kinda surprising.. Hmm. The Meelec double flange tips do a good job balancing out the sounds on the isurus but it doesn't amplify the sound like these Jlab tips do. I haven't heard comply tips on the isurus but those should work good but again I don't know if those will throw out the sounds like these Jlab tips do.
 

 


amazon.uk dont have this tips.

 

I dont understand why you do not like the stock tips ....I have experienced some kind of tips, and did a double flange mod as you know, only slightly changed the signature.

.... but I ended up in the Stock tips, deducts one sound from another world, but as I said yesterday I delight in me , with Isusrus, in a place with no noise,  and not force in the tips, and took the metal mesh from nozzle.


You talk about amplify the sound, for me is a wonder, all SQ ....... but also, for me the Isurus has grown day by day, perhaps because i use the IsoTek Full System Enhancer Disc  during burn-in, in the middle of the playlist.

 

I'm thinking start sell TTs, for 150$ to my friend.....eheheh

 


Edited by pack21 - 1/13/12 at 3:19pm
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Well I think if you are happy with the sound of the tips you are using then I can't say it will be worth your while to get more just to try. I just know that these Jlab tips add a plus to the sound that I wasn't prepared for. I have had tips that up the bass or tame the highs but never one that actually amplifies the entire sound. I loved the sound of the isurus on even the stock tips even before I started experimenting with different tips but these Jlab tips. Oh man.. Lets just say I can't stop listening to my tunes with these isurus.. I will force my self to start listening my new GR07 and get used to that sound. I will be doing some more A/Bing soon after burn.

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ehehe .... if I had not liked so much of Isurus, the subject of cheapo would endfor me .... was just start thinking, about  buy an GR07.

 

:D

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I wanna order these jlabs tips anyway to just order large vs ordering small medium and large? or anyone wanna trade there large jlabs for the other sizes that I have no use for?

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Here is the thing about the large tips on the Jlabs tip kit.. Look at this350x467px-LL-e2b5195e_350x467px-LL-2101bd20_011212182425.jpg Both these are large sized tips. If you use large standard tips on earphones. Just get the 3 Medium tips for the Jlabs and not the Variety sized kit. Just look at the LARGE.. I usually use large on the standard ear tips but these.. The mediums work great if you use the standard large size the one on the right.. If you have dumbo ears then the large will do just fine.

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Nutman, I'm glad you enjoy the GR07 as much as the isurus. There's no greater satisfaction than getting an amazing product for a ridiculous price. I'm not even mad that you find the Isurus just s enjoyable, afterall, I found the slightly eq'ed 8320 better than the TF10. Happy listening bro beerchug.gif

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I can clearly understand why you like these so much..I can detect that lower treble spike that is on them but the comply foam seems to tame them..Very nice earphones I can tell a lot of care went into the design on these..I need to get used to their sound and I have a feeling I will enjoy these as much as you have.  I was surprised they came into my shop so quick. I gave a great feed back on the sellers profile. Thanks again for the link to get them at that price.

 

By the way guys the comply foamies seem to do almost the same as the Jlab tips so if you have a hard time getting the Jlab tips for some reason get yourself some comply foams. I just threw them on my isurus and they have almost the same sound as the jlab tips..


Edited by Dsnuts - 1/13/12 at 8:03pm
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I can clearly understand why you like these so much..I can detect that lower treble spike that is on them but the comply foam seems to tame them..Very nice earphones I can tell a lot of care went into the design on these..I need to get used to their sound and I have a feeling I will enjoy these as much as you have.  I was surprised they came into my shop so quick. I gave a great feed back on the sellers profile. Thanks again for the link to get them at that price.



Oh what you need for the GR07 is the Jays large silicone tips. There's a member on here, dweaver, who sold me a pair. I've never used anything else. The funny thing about the GR07 is that it's not an earphone that wows you on first listen. When you let them show you what they can do, it's just awesome. Yeah, they're great sellers! I sent in my pair to them for repair, and I got them back in 5 days! From China! Although I think I got a brand new pair. I'm just trying to work my way back to the >300hrs that I had on my old pair. When it gets past 200hrs, it's just beautiful.

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DSNUTS I 'm going to need you to self-ban yourself! I was perfectly happy with my RE262, W4, 7550, 1964-Q, FXT90 and GR07, and here you go having to brag about the Isurus stuff. I'm hoping I don't like it so that I don't ever have to listen and believe what you say on this forum ever again!! LOL.. We will see...

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Well let me tell you guys. Phones like the GR07 and the EX600 have their fans for a reason. I can appreciate their qualities for sure. So why do I think the Isurus is almost as good? I did plenty of listening on my EX600 and now since I have the GR07. I was surprised they didn't just leave the Isurus in the dust. In fact and these are out of box impressions on the GR07. They didn't out detail or sound like the upgrade I was expecting. Now I think both these Iems have a very nice balance and are closer to that flat response that is ideal for all types of music more so than the isurus But again the isurus isn't that much far off from this either.. With out a doubt there is no replacing quality of sound on these phones.

 

I got used to the sound of the isurus and are now even better with the Jlab tips I was surprised these tips just made them sound that much better. I think eke2K6 is right in that I have to spend some quality time with the GR07 to really understand an appreciate them. I do plan on doing just that. Because the isurus compares so well to higher end earphones that cost so much more I am very confident in my claim that the drivers used in them are not your average cheapo made in china stuff but one that belong to an AT one. But again that is just a theory more than anything. By themselves I am happy to report that they do hold their value and sound truly awesome for the price. Heck I ended up buying 8 earphones just to make sure that what we are getting is a real find on the isurus and the SHe3580.. 

 

Ya check one out eric. A bit brighter out of box on them but better tips and some burn will bring out some higher end sound and detail. Once you get used to the sound signature and change up to other phones you can tell what is lacking or missing on other phones. I know this is not a proper method to gauge earphones but once you have better and then go to ones that are lacking. It is easier to tell.. The only phones so far that wasn't lacking after listening to the isurus. You guessed it. The EX600 and The GR07s..But to my ears. Both of these sound like a proper side grade than a clear upgrade. I am sure this might change once the GR07 is properly burned and I get used to their sound.. Looking very much forward to it..


Edited by Dsnuts - 1/13/12 at 11:38pm
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The CKM99 does use cheapo drivers made from China. The CKM77 and 99 are made in China and I'm sure there's nothing noteworthy of the diaphragms being used as they aren't mentioned or marketed. Even then, that's assuming these use the same  drivers which is still mere speculation. 

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Well I finally ended up donating my Isurus to a workmate who's an avid gamer, since they just weren't my cup of tea. I really like the SHE3580 on the other hand and think they're great budget IEMs for the price, especially for low volume listening.

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