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Originally Posted by Dsnuts View Post

It is called throwing all your winter coats and blankets on the phones. Your gonna have to do just that in the closet. Lol.

Sounds like a plan, good thing these have a long cable rolleyes.gif So, the only thing I can complain about is the bass response with these. I can hear all the bass, it just has zero impact. I have a feeling this will improve a lot with burn in, is that an accurate assumption?

post #11897 of 26087
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Originally Posted by 7S Cameron View Post

I have to burn them in in my bedroom. When I'm at work I don't reeally care if it's loud, but I like to burn my headphones when I go to bed too. I fall asleep with the TV on, so they don't have to be completely silent, but I don't wanna hear them over my TV. I tried wrapping them in a blanket and it didn't do anything xD

I'm in the same predicament as you. Pillows and blankets are still not enough.
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Thread Starter 

Yup @ approximately 150 hours..They don't have a beefy bass end to them but the bass fills out nicely with burn in. .Get at it. They will only get better sounding from this point forward.

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Get the S1 from there and save €30. The sound is virtually the same according to joker, it's mostly the build and tips that differ. 

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Originally Posted by DannyBai View Post


I'm in the same predicament as you. Pillows and blankets are still not enough.

How do you like them anyway?

 

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Originally Posted by Dsnuts View Post

Yup @ approximately 150 hours..They don't have a beefy bass end to them but the bass fills out nicely with burn in. .Get at it. They will only get better sounding from this point forward.

I don't need beefy bass, that's what the WS99 is for wink_face.gif Now I just need to find a way to muffle these when burning them in...

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Originally Posted by quartertone View Post

Get the S1 from there and save €30. The sound is virtually the same according to joker, it's mostly the build and tips that differ. 

Yeah, I know - but these look so pretty 

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Thread Starter 

I did read that the S2 has a slight increase in bass and and does have the premium looks and build over the S1.. I was telling Danny in a PM that if the S2 had less bass I don't know if I would be as happy with their sound..

post #11904 of 26087
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Originally Posted by Dsnuts View Post

I did read that the S2 has a slight increase in bass and and does have the premium looks and build over the S1.. I was telling Danny in a PM that if the S2 had less bass I don't know if I would be as happy with their sound..

Well, I'll take that into consideration. I might just wait for now. To be honest the one iem I really want to hear is the cks1000 but why did it have to stick out like that - I just need to get over this and bring myself to getting one.


Edited by kova4a - 7/12/13 at 2:04pm
post #11905 of 26087
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Originally Posted by 7S Cameron View Post

How do you like them anyway?

 

I don't need beefy bass, that's what the WS99 is for wink_face.gif Now I just need to find a way to muffle these when burning them in...

I really like them.  I'm not a fan of the fit.  It's a little loose on me but manageable.  It lacked bass at the beginning but I find it really nice now.  Biggest open sound I've heard.  

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What I find is effective in blocking out the sound of loud burn in is bubble wrap. If any of you guys have any of that lying around then try and wrap your IEM's/Headphones in that.
post #11907 of 26087
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Originally Posted by Gee Simpson View Post

What I find is effective in blocking out the sound of loud burn in is bubble wrap. If any of you guys have any of that lying around then try and wrap your IEM's/Headphones in that.

 

With IEMs, I usually remove one tip and then insert both drivers into the same tip, one in each end. At first, I wondered if providing this very stiff, air-tight resistance to the drivers might hurt them, but so far, so good.... 

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Originally Posted by Gee Simpson View Post

What I find is effective in blocking out the sound of loud burn in is bubble wrap. If any of you guys have any of that lying around then try and wrap your IEM's/Headphones in that.
I dont have any, but thanks for the tip; I'll keep that in mind.
post #11909 of 26087
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Originally Posted by Gee Simpson View Post

What I find is effective in blocking out the sound of loud burn in is bubble wrap. If any of you guys have any of that lying around then try and wrap your IEM's/Headphones in that.

Awesome tip. 

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Im laughing so hard right now. I just solved the d r iver "flex" problem. Guys, just reinsert the original tips of the bassos/tenores and this "driver flex" problem leaves. I tested it on bot u sides of the phones. It hurt like an inferno when I inserted the earphones with bruteforce, but it was for you guys!
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