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post #256 of 2761
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Interesting, what would you say is the mechanism responsible for the crackling sound? You say there's no pressure, so there's nothing acting on the diaphragm, so unless you're mistaken, it's not flexing. Does that make sense?

 

Maybe try releasing the pressure again. The only way a foam tip wouldn't have any pressure is if there weren't any seal, wouldn't you agree?

 

Perhaps a short in the cable instead or something else.


Why don't we wait until we hear from Aurisonics, Matt has contacted Dale.  Instead of you trying to troubleshoot the problem for me!
 

 

post #257 of 2761
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Have someone else try them, and see if they get the same cracking sound.  If so, I'd say there's a problem with the phones, otherwise maybe you should get new ears  :)



 So, which one do you think is replacable, my ears or my ear phones?

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Originally Posted by Kunlun View Post


Interesting, what would you say is the mechanism responsible for the crackling sound? You say there's no pressure, so there's nothing acting on the diaphragm, so unless you're mistaken, it's not flexing. Does that make sense?

 

Maybe try releasing the pressure again. The only way a foam tip wouldn't have any pressure is if there weren't any seal, wouldn't you agree?

 

Perhaps a short in the cable instead or something else.


I switched ears with the ear pieces, and the squishy/crackling moves with the ear piece, now are you convinced it is not "my ears/jaw crackling"?
 

 

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Edited by shotgunshane - 4/2/12 at 10:42am
post #260 of 2761
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Originally Posted by shotgunshane View Post

My understanding is you should get that driver flex sound. There is some kind of pressure valve that is creating it and you are getting a good seal. 



Is it your understanding that it is only suppose to happen on one side.....and it moves when the ear piece is moved to another ear....same for my daughter....good seal with the Comply Ts500 tips, but not air tight like the silicone tips.....very annoying.....I would like to try another ear piece, have to wait for a reply from Aurisconcs.  Someone even suggested it was the cable!  Do you think someone would buy these from me knowing about this issue?

 


Edited by cute - 2/14/12 at 10:23am
post #261 of 2761

still a newbie.. but maybe a lack of vent in the asg-1 is the cause of driver flex? 

post #262 of 2761

cute, this is NOT an issue, this happens with many dynamics when you get a good seal.  If it bothers you, push them in slowly.  Read through some of the other dynamic threads and you will see this come up time and again and people getting all upset.  It will not affect the driver or driver longevity.  When you have a good seal and insert them, the air has to have somewhere to go so it causes pressure to move the driver and in the case of the ASG-1, it's a big driver.

post #263 of 2761
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cute, this is NOT an issue, this happens with many dynamics when you get a good seal.  If it bothers you, push them in slowly.  Read through some of the other dynamic threads and you will see this come up time and again and people getting all upset.  It will not affect the driver or driver longevity.  When you have a good seal and insert them, the air has to have somewhere to go so it causes pressure to move the driver and in the case of the ASG-1, it's a big driver.


If it is not a problem, why does it move with the earpiece....am I just suppose to sit and listen and not move my head or jaw?  No problem with left earpiece in either ear....that is what is unusal....right ear piece in either ear, and movement causes the faint squishy/crackle!  If that is normal, would you or anyone like to buy them from me?
 

 

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As someone said, they use a pressure valve in the ASG-1 which is supposed to relieve the pressure after insertion, after which the driver flex should no longer be audible.

 

If that isn't the case, and the problem is limited to one earpiece, that tells me it is likely a defective valve. Should be simple to fix, and I imagine Aurisonics will contact you shortly to let you know the procedure. 

post #265 of 2761
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If it is not a problem, why does it move with the earpiece....am I just suppose to sit and listen and not move my head or jaw?  No problem with left earpiece in either ear....that is what is unusal....right ear piece in either ear, and movement causes the faint squishy/crackle!  If that is normal, would you or anyone like to buy them from me?
 

 


Just contact Dale directly, I'm sure he'll work with you to have the issue resolved.

 

post #266 of 2761
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I switched ears with the ear pieces, and the squishy/crackling moves with the ear piece, now are you convinced it is not "my ears/jaw crackling"?
 

 

You don't seem to be interested in understanding the issue. In that sense, it's you.
 

 

post #267 of 2761

Sorry, did not realize it happened with all movement, I thought it was just when you were putting them in.  Are the ear pieces moving inside your ear (antihelix)?  

post #268 of 2761
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You don't seem to be interested in understanding the issue. In that sense, it's you.
 

 


That is a really good answer.....thank you for that!
 

 

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As someone said, they use a pressure valve in the ASG-1 which is supposed to relieve the pressure after insertion, after which the driver flex should no longer be audible.

 

If that isn't the case, and the problem is limited to one earpiece, that tells me it is likely a defective valve. Should be simple to fix, and I imagine Aurisonics will contact you shortly to let you know the procedure. 



Thanks for your post @project86 good find!  Didn't see a vent hole.....and haven't heard from Dale, left a message.  But I did a little tweek, I loosened the screw to about half way out, (screw closest to the tip).......the problem has dissappeared, I can now put them in, take them out move my head/jaw, no squishy/crackling now!

 

Put that to bed.........resolved thanks to another headfi member @project86!

 

post #270 of 2761

Did that affect the bass?

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