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post #3256 of 4412
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Originally Posted by luisdent View Post
 

What is this?  http://www.aloaudio.com/fitear-a111  it looks like the f111 modifier for more treble air????  

ALO's tech specs are off on their A111 they are saying it has 4 drivers.

post #3257 of 4412
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Originally Posted by luisdent View Post
 

What is this?  http://www.aloaudio.com/fitear-a111  it looks like the f111 modifier for more treble air????  

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Originally Posted by Mooses9 View Post
 

ALO's tech specs are off on their A111 they are saying it has 4 drivers.

 

Yes, but the ALO A111 text says:

 

"The A111 is the ALO audio edition of the popular F111 earphone.  It is comprised of a single full range balanced armature driver paired with a newly designed stem, machined from pure titanium."

 

The specs shown for the A111 are those from the TG-334 which is wrong obviously.

 

The ALO A111's "pure titanium" stem is similar (or the same) as the TG-334 stem. 

post #3258 of 4412

yeah thats what i was getting at, i wonder what their preorders are like? i have the f111 just wondered because they dont have any avail the tg334 or f111

 

the 000 cable is what seems like a long backorder too


Edited by Mooses9 - 2/9/14 at 8:37pm
post #3259 of 4412

The TG334 cannot be too deep into the ear canal else the mid become too much and also lost the magic of the TG334. The best tips and i am using now is this  http://www.meelec.com/ShoppingCart.asp?  much better then the stock dual flange tips

post #3260 of 4412

i agree, i push mine in just enough for a shallow seal, anything more than that imo creates positive pressure, and like you said detail is lost

post #3261 of 4412
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Originally Posted by nakedtoes View Post
 

The best tips and i am using now is this  http://www.meelec.com/ShoppingCart.asp?  much better then the stock dual flange tips

 

Toes, your link is just the Cart page.  Which tips are you using...they have zillions?

post #3262 of 4412

I suppose toes is referring to the triple flange tips.

http://www.meelec.com/MEElectronics_Eartips_p/ts3-tf-l-35-bk.htm

 

Ive tried them and they're good . Cant go any deeper because of the triple flange, and the seal stays at the ear periphery.

Unless theres something else he is using, which could be the case.

post #3263 of 4412
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Originally Posted by sup3r8 View Post
 

I suppose toes is referring to the triple flange tips.

http://www.meelec.com/MEElectronics_Eartips_p/ts3-tf-l-35-bk.htm

 

 

In this picture the center bore appears much smaller than the FitEar / Sennheiser size nozzle, which can do funny things to the highs, also the added length doesn't help. Some peps have cut off the top tier since it usually doesn't touch much anyway, or just buy double tiers in the first place - 2nd pic below.

 

 

post #3264 of 4412

Lots of people have wrote that Ortofon tips are the best.  Not true under my test.  Ortofon tips have narrow tunnel, it changes the frequency response.  The best tips are the wide silicone tips that comes with the phones, it keeps all the holes exposed.

post #3265 of 4412
I m using their dual flanges..
post #3266 of 4412
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Originally Posted by SilverEars View Post
 

Lots of people have wrote that Ortofon tips are the best.  Not true under my test.  Ortofon tips have narrow tunnel, it changes the frequency response.  The best tips are the wide silicone tips that comes with the phones, it keeps all the holes exposed.

That's what disappointed me about the Ortofon's as well, though they are comfortable.

post #3267 of 4412
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Originally Posted by SilverEars View Post

Lots of people have wrote that Ortofon tips are the best.  Not true under my test.  Ortofon tips have narrow tunnel, it changes the frequency response.  The best tips are the wide silicone tips that comes with the phones, it keeps all the holes exposed.

The main reason why I like the ortofon tips is because of the comfort they give.
post #3268 of 4412
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Originally Posted by SilverEars View Post
 

Lots of people have wrote that Ortofon tips are the best.  Not true under my test.  Ortofon tips have narrow tunnel, it changes the frequency response.  The best tips are the wide silicone tips that comes with the phones, it keeps all the holes exposed.

 

Really? I have (real) Ortofon tips in front of me now....their inside bore diameter is the same as the TG-334 inside bore diameter. The Ortofon bore is a wee bit smaller than some typical single flanges but only "a smigin" to quote Obama..lol. Can't imagine how this would obstruct much since it's straight though - i.e., when you look in the eartip you can see right into the IEM with no restiction or narrowing.

 

Please provide more info about your "wide silicone tips that comes with the phones".....what phones?  Ortofon doesn't make phones.


Edited by burtomr - 2/11/14 at 9:51am
post #3269 of 4412
^ The ones that come with the 334s
post #3270 of 4412
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Originally Posted by fiascogarcia View Post
 

That's what disappointed me about the Ortofon's as well, though they are comfortable.

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Originally Posted by KraftD1 View Post

^ The ones that come with the 334s

 

Oh, right, my bad, I imediately thought phone-phone not ear-phone...dah.

 

@fiasco, regarding 'your' SONY's from the previous page. Are they as comfortable as the Ortofon's?  And what's the difference between those SONY's and the stock tips that come with the 334's?

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