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I'm getting a bit impatient, but I'd rather they take the extra day to not rush and half ass it.

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+1
 

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I'm getting a bit impatient, but I'd rather they take the extra day to not rush and half ass it.



 

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I emailed and confirmed with Matt. If not, 2nd batch buyers would have gotten their tracking numbers by now. They close at 5pm i believe.
 

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I haven't heard anything like that from Matt...then again I haven't heard anything at all. Are you sure?
 



 



 

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This thread is ridiculous, lol 026.gif

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I know, I feel like a crackhead...confused_face.gif
 

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This thread is ridiculous, lol 026.gif



 

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What tips are you using with the ASG1?

 

Has anyone had a positive experience with loosening the screws on the faceplate? I'm just wondering if they would sound better with some type of venting as opposed to the closed design.
 

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Plz do give them more time, i also have the Atrio m5 and Coppers, and i think the asg-1 is the better iem. Maybe the atrio has the better bass but i haven't compared that department thoroughly yet. But in terms of midrange, the asg-1 have more texture and detail, they also have a unique soundstage which sounds very spacious to me. Try listening to songs with an echo in the vocals, i get all giddy to how the asg-1 handles them.   



 

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I know, I feel like a crackhead...confused_face.gif
 



 



Hi buddy, i hope ASG can give u, what you are looking for. wink.gif

 

 i went in SM3 house to be a little different, as well I'm afraid of custom fit in my ears.

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Originally Posted by Rip N' Burn View Post

What tips are you using with the ASG1?

 

Has anyone had a positive experience with loosening the screws on the faceplate? I'm just wondering if they would sound better with some type of venting as opposed to the closed design.
 



 


I usually don't like them, but the Comply Tx500 and Ts500 are wonderful ont he ASG-1. Of course, I like the double-flange Senn. While the sound is probably a bit drier than you're use to, it sounds like you're not getting the proper seal, or you putting the tips in too deep (they shouldn't sit in very deep). Then again, it just may not be your sound sig (I recall you selling the 1964-Q and a couple of others I thought were great). Everything isn't for everybody. But I hope you hang in there with them a little while longer so that you might begin to hear what I and several others are hearing...

 

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I usually don't like them, but the Comply Tx500 and Ts500 are wonderful ont he ASG-1. Of course, I like the double-flange Senn. While the sound is probably a bit drier than you're use to, it sounds like you're not getting the proper seal, or you putting the tips in too deep (they shouldn't sit in very deep). Then again, it just may not be your sound sig (I recall you selling the 1964-Q and a couple of others I thought were great). Everything isn't for everybody. But I hope you hang in there with them a little while longer so that you might begin to hear what I and several others are hearing...

 

 

Well that's a good news -> I ordered the TX-500's just for them :)

 

Went for the TX over the T's due to seeing the huge hole they have into the earphones...do the earphones in fact (ASG-1's) even have filters?
Could we PFE style it lol?

 

 

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Eric, is the "double-flange Senn" a Sensorcom tip?

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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

 

Well that's a good news -> I ordered the TX-500's just for them :)

 

Went for the TX over the T's due to seeing the huge hole they have into the earphones...do the earphones in fact (ASG-1's) even have filters?
Could we PFE style it lol?

 

 

 

Nope, no filters on the ASG-1.

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I've tried the T500 tips, which I assume would be similar, and it didn't sound good to me. I've also tried the Sennheiser double-flange tips which also didn't sound good. I get a great seal because I notice the bass presence and isolation but I will try adjusting the insertion depth. To tell you the truth, so far, they are driest sounding iems I've heard by a long shot. I actually liked the 1964-Q but for me it didn't have that something special in the sound signature to justify me keeping them, whereas my custom TF18 and JH13 do. I'm gonna hang in there because I've learned my lesson about dismissing and iem too soon.

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Originally Posted by ericp10 View Post


I usually don't like them, but the Comply Tx500 and Ts500 are wonderful ont he ASG-1. Of course, I like the double-flange Senn. While the sound is probably a bit drier than you're use to, it sounds like you're not getting the proper seal, or you putting the tips in too deep (they shouldn't sit in very deep). Then again, it just may not be your sound sig (I recall you selling the 1964-Q and a couple of others I thought were great). Everything isn't for everybody. But I hope you hang in there with them a little while longer so that you might begin to hear what I and several others are hearing...

 



 

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The lack of filters is another worry lol.

 

The bore is so wide that earwax is gonna be a problem. But i guess this increases transparency and honesty from the audio reproduction.

 

I'm using a small (i rarely use S, normally M or L) spherical monster tip. Comfortable but the echoes are still apparent. I'll give these a week or two before proper judgement.

 

 

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Originally Posted by treal512 View Post

Eric, is the "double-flange Senn" a Sensorcom tip?



No it's not, treal512... Sennheiser...

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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

 

Well that's a good news -> I ordered the TX-500's just for them :)

 

Went for the TX over the T's due to seeing the huge hole they have into the earphones...do the earphones in fact (ASG-1's) even have filters?
Could we PFE style it lol?

 

 



Yes, the lightly dense earwax guard of the Tx500 doesn't seem to affect the sound of the ASG-1.

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