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post #3601 of 3763
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Originally Posted by burtomr View Post
 

 

These?

   

   

 

If so, there's some on Amazon:  LINK  

 

$60, but hey, if you really want 'em...;) 

 

Edit: $26 here:  LINK

Thanks, but don't want the phones(also don't want to pay $60 for something I won't use).  Want the official tips only. 

post #3602 of 3763
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Originally Posted by SilverEars View Post
 

Skull Candy FMJ.  If people are happy with Ortofones, they are happy.  I'm just throwing out what worked best for me.

I'm with you.  I wear large, and the Ortofon's are slightly smaller than standard large of other tips.  Also, good or bad, the narrower port diameter changes the sound signature, IMO.

post #3603 of 3763
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Originally Posted by fiascogarcia View Post
 

I'm with you.  I wear large, and the Ortofon's are slightly smaller than standard large of other tips.  Also, good or bad, the narrower port diameter changes the sound signature, IMO.

Sometimes what happens if you insert very large tips I have pictured deeply is, it squeezes it.  What happens when you squeeze it?  It shapes ovally.  What happens when you shape ovally?  It coves some of the bores is my guess.  I did notice with deep insertion with squeezing the tips, I lose vocals or mids.  Although that tip was larger than my canals need, I only inserted it just right to make a good seal, but not to squeeze it.  The material was of very high friction so with the combination of the memory metal, it stayed in place when I moved, unlike the stock tips.  They were my favorite, and when they worked, I started to feel better about the cost of the iems.

post #3604 of 3763
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Originally Posted by SilverEars View Post
 

The material was of very high friction so with the combination of the memory metal, it stayed in place when I moved, unlike the stock tips.  They were my favorite, and when they worked, I started to feel better about the cost of the iems.

 

The SC FMJ tips had metal in them?? 

post #3605 of 3763
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Originally Posted by burtomr View Post
 

 

The SC FMJ tips had metal in them?? 

Sorry, the memory metal on the TG.

post #3606 of 3763

I guess it may be time to rename this thread to TO GO! series since FitEar just tweeted this TO GO! 335DW test!! Very exciting news!

 

https://twitter.com/kindo3/status/478849472068206592/photo/1

 

post #3607 of 3763

I have been waiting for this. Universal 335.

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Awwww heck... why so many super pricey top tier IEMs lately that I can't afford (I'm sure this will be in the $1300-$1500 range)?  :angry_face:

post #3609 of 3763
just saw the twitter.

so its confirm? omg. titantium bores?
post #3610 of 3763
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Originally Posted by charlie0904 View Post

just saw the twitter.

so its confirm? omg. titantium bores?

I don't understand why it's 3 tinanium bores now.  It was 1 for the high freq bore correct?  What does the titanium bore add?  Why the mids and lows now?  I hope they start providing better set of tips.  The stock didn't work out for me.  For the price, I don't see a reason why they can't do a Sony hybrid like selection of tips you get with the Sony EX- series.


Edited by SilverEars - 6/17/14 at 6:17pm
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I missed this. Where did it say 3 titanium bores on Twitter?

post #3612 of 3763
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post
 

I missed this. Where did it say 3 titanium bores on Twitter?

Oh, didn't check out the tweets, but I recall seeing 3 titanium bore version of 334.  Not the 335, I got them mixed up I guess unless the 335 have 3 titanium bores.  Which ever model has the 3 titanium bores, it would be nice to have an explanation why Suyama San goes for it.

 

If it's for looks that's fine, but if it's for sonic quality, an explanation would be nice.


Edited by SilverEars - 6/17/14 at 6:33pm
post #3613 of 3763
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Originally Posted by SilverEars View Post

 

If it's for looks that's fine, but if it's for sonic quality, an explanation would be nice.

 

IEM & CIEM manufacturers seldom explain the design methologies of their products with one exception: the # of drivers.

 

I would have thought you knew that already?

post #3614 of 3763
:-(

https://mobile.twitter.com/kindo3/status/479867627272015873

"The Rumor of the universal version of MH 335 DW is rumor. Please refrain from asking questions about my drivel. smily_headphones1.gif"
post #3615 of 3763
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

:-(

https://mobile.twitter.com/kindo3/status/479867627272015873

"The Rumor of the universal version of MH 335 DW is rumor. Please refrain from asking questions about my drivel. smily_headphones1.gif"


Sad news is sad :frown:

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