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post #31 of 36

The Westone UM3X sit flush in your ears so sleeping with it should not be a problem.

post #32 of 36

I wear my W4 to bed most nights , just not in my ears when I wake up 

post #33 of 36
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post


of course but the se535's have a big housing so in reality no matter our ear shapes it still might stick out/be uncomfortable. I could be wrong however.

 

 



Well the reason that I suggested it was, for me, the SE housing doesn't create any issue.  It goes far enough in that it doesn't stick out.  I have the SE215 but I believe the higher end ones also use the same housing?

post #34 of 36
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Well the reason that I suggested it was, for me, the SE housing doesn't create any issue.  It goes far enough in that it doesn't stick out.  I have the SE215 but I believe the higher end ones also use the same housing?


se215's have a smaller housing (due to them having less inside them so to speak) than the se535's for example.

At least this is what i remember - i could be wrong.

 

post #35 of 36
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se215's have a smaller housing (due to them having less inside them so to speak) than the se535's for example.

At least this is what i remember - i could be wrong.

 



You may be right even though they look similar.  Though DDs are larger than BAs so hence me not being sure!  And if that's the case, I wonder how that affects the size of the 315 and 425.

post #36 of 36
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You may be right even though they look similar.  Though DDs are larger than BAs so hence me not being sure!  And if that's the case, I wonder how that affects the size of the 315 and 425.


depends on the DD's too though :)

 

 

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