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post #796 of 32904

If you find shallow insertion better, you might want to adapt your x10's tube size up to use bigger core tips from other headphones:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/586276/de-cored-comply-tips-eartip-adapter-ring-philips-tips-instant-win

post #797 of 32904
Thanks for the input. I'd love to read comparisons of the TT to Soundmagic's PL30.

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Have a soundmagic on order. Will let you know.  I have to tell you guys I am definitely now sold on the GR07. I'm a fan! For me these got it.

 

@ guys getting the Jlab bi flange tips. Important tip I forgot to mention. You have to put the entire tip to be flush with the driver. 011812120436.jpg


Edited by Dsnuts - 1/18/12 at 11:18am
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So, which actually is the better sounding headphone of the Thermaltake and Phillips?

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Thread Starter 

One is a bit analytical detailed, leaning a bit on the fun side energetic sound with solid bass. AT sound signature and even some pioneer fans will relate to sound signature, has the wider stage and clarity. You have to have a medium to large ears to have some comfort on these. Almost similar size to the MP8320. Big drivers.

 

And the other is a smooth sounding clean awesome bass earphone a solid balance for a bass heavier phone. Is the most comfiest earphones on the planet while doing your music justice for $10 or less..Both are great deals hence the title of the thread. Both are completely different it just depends on what signature is more your flavor..


Edited by Dsnuts - 1/18/12 at 11:57am
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Originally Posted by marlonmarabe View Post

what tips fit best guys? im using genuine sony hybrids now. Seems like a good match ;)

+1 on the sonys. i got the jlab tips, they don't work for me. fit is everything, what works for you may not for others.

 

 

post #802 of 32904
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Sorry to hear those didn't work out for you..That kind sucks oh well back to the drawing board for tips. I will flow you the next set since I had you get them to try out. I will get us some foam tips. Mean while hybrids work.

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it's fine, i'll find an iem the Jlabs work on, or maybe i should have tried the large; i use medium for almost everything.
 

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Originally Posted by Dsnuts View Post

Sorry to hear those didn't work out for you..That kind sucks oh well back to the drawing board for tips. I will flow you the next set since I had you get them to try out. I will get us some foam tips. Mean while hybrids work.



 

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The large works but it kinda feels like you are stuffing some loose cabbage into your ears..

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For guys that are getting the Jlab tips. The large ones seal in the sound but this is how to do it to hear what I am hearing on them.  Throw the Medium sized tips on there all the way in and not resting on the groves on the tip of the TT. Then shove the whole thing into your ear canal.. Even though you aren't gonna get 100% sound seal what you will get is the 100% of the sound.

 

I don't know if this makes sense but the Jlab tips biflanges sit long onto the nozzle there fore even though you aren't getting an air tight seal you will get the full sound because the tips, at least for me sit closer to my eardrum. So when I say they sound like the sounds are amplified a bit this is what I mean.. I am not getting 100% seal but I am getting 100% sound. Try this and see what happens.

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So Im getting some mixed opinions here.

Which ones are actually better the SHE 9700 or the SHE 3580?

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I don't think one is necessarily better than the other. I like em both. The SHE9700 is more extended physically and sonically but both will do your music complete justice. I was listening to my SHE3580 today and it is just amazing to me how awesome the bass is on these. Once you have bass this good you can tell how lacking other phones are in bass once you get used to the sounds of these two. Try out the SHE3580 and see how you like em.. If you like one and become a fan of their sound. You can always try the other..For me I like em both equally.


Edited by Dsnuts - 1/18/12 at 9:40pm
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Is there any other site beside Ebay that sells the philips she3580 cheap and ships to the Netherlands?

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Originally Posted by Majin View Post

Is there any other site beside Ebay that sells the philips she3580 cheap and ships to the Netherlands?


Watch amazon.uk and look for the SHE3580, SHE3581, SHE3582 or SHE3583

 

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In the meantime, fed up with mine i've thrown caution to the wind, and totally stuffed them with epoxy putty.

 

Interesting, mids are more forward and the bass is more prominent, and the sibilance i hated has reduced a bit.

 

They are still uncomfortable so double flanges will be on the way soon.

 

But at last the sound is now more to my liking, they have a bit of body to them.


How did you that?


Can you show us a pic of then.

Thx
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