Originally Posted by Saraguie
The material is definitely not the same as the double flange or any of the other tips that come stock. Itchy happened to me too on the doubles and with the singles I could not get a good fit/seal.
Hey man, that would be great. This way you AND I would both have a pair are the same time and we could A/B them
So is it similar to the white tips that comes with Westone IEMs? I've been trying to find similar tips for my 334 but no dice.
Originally Posted by lee730
For me EX1000 a bit too wide (felt thin). I think the tips are what really did it though as on my MDR-7550 I hate using Hyrbid tips. I use V-moda bass tips (same I used on FX700) and I get a fuller more dynamic sound stage instead of a compressed and artificial sound. I don't mind compact myself but I expect there to be really good depth or in other words the presentation stretches from down and up. I think that may be a little different from depth though but I felt the 334 had that as well. When I interpret depth it's when you can go deep into the recording.
Similar to me with my EX1000 and IE80. I couldn't get "details" with IE80 and EX1000. They are fun IEMs but was looking for something with more details. They are wide, but just didn't have the micro-details I was looking for if that makes any sense.
I find that BA does better job with micro-details than dynamics in general. Surprisingly 334 had wide range for BA IEM while keeping things transparent. Although I consider 111 to be more neutral but lacks in the sound-stage department.
Edited by Bokyung - 11/9/12 at 7:39am