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post #16 of 18

My audiologist told me sometimes sibilance has to do with the way the sound travels down your ear canal and hits the drum. I noticed that with my westone 3s I have fewer problems with sibilance if I use the long comply tips or the triple flanges rather than shorter tips. 

post #17 of 18
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Thanks for the outstanding replies everyone. I guess I'll try the triple fang tips. Are there any tips to get these in your ears? Last time I tried them I remember not getting any sound isolation

post #18 of 18
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The more I listen to different audio equipment, the more I'm convinced its a problem with my ears. On the up-side, I recently got my FiiO E17. To conclude, I think the DAC in it helps with the sibilance a lot, even more so than EQ'ing the sound. Instead of being unbearable, it's MUCH more tame and just there. It isn't a complete solution, but its satisfactory to me. Thanks for the outstanding replies to this thread everyone!

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