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post #1651 of 2394
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Originally Posted by Duncan View Post
 

Jacket pocket, almost certainly...  Jeans pocket, with phone, keys and whatever else...  hmm...  not so sure?!

Not sure right ? I think same about CX case.But,thanks.

post #1652 of 2394

i have never used a case in the 15 months i have owned mine and i use them daily, they go everywhere with me. 

there not as fragile as they look and have stood up to being knocked, snagged, plonked on desks, bed side tables, car centre consoles etc. 

If i am out and about and not wearing them in my ears i just use a shirt clip and tuck them inside my shirt or in the shirt pocket if there is one

post #1653 of 2394
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Originally Posted by hedphonz View Post
 

i have never used a case in the 15 months i have owned mine and i use them daily, they go everywhere with me. 

there not as fragile as they look and have stood up to being knocked, snagged, plonked on desks, bed side tables, car centre consoles etc. 

If i am out and about and not wearing them in my ears i just use a shirt clip and tuck them inside my shirt or in the shirt pocket if there is one

Thanks for your answer.You didn't use case 15 months,and IE800 didn't have a damage right ? 

post #1654 of 2394
Correct no probs at all. I'm not recommending not using a case just pointing out they are tough little iem's so no need to treat them like glass.
post #1655 of 2394
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Originally Posted by hedphonz View Post

Correct no probs at all. I'm not recommending not using a case just pointing out they are tough little iem's so no need to treat them like glass.

Understood.You say they are not sensitive like they look like right ?

post #1656 of 2394

they have ceramic housing, carbon fibre cable, just the 1 x dynamic driver to go wrong and they are small and very lightweight - all good reasons why they are durable and less likely to suffer permanent damage.

 

If your the type of person that doesnt mind bringing a case at all times and doesnt mind folding them up and packing into the case several times a day then dont take the risk - just use a case

 

if your like me and find that procedure annoying then just enjoy them

post #1657 of 2394
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Originally Posted by hedphonz View Post
 

they have ceramic housing, carbon fibre cable, just the 1 x dynamic driver to go wrong and they are small and very lightweight - all good reasons why they are durable and less likely to suffer permanent damage.

 

If your the type of person that doesnt mind bringing a case at all times and doesnt mind folding them up and packing into the case several times a day then dont take the risk - just use a case

 

if your like me and find that procedure annoying then just enjoy them

Thanks. :smile_phones:

post #1658 of 2394
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Originally Posted by high-fidelity View Post
 

Thanks for feedback.But I can't carry it(pelican case) in my pockets.I mean cloth case,or something.For easy carrying.Are Shure cases good for IE800 ? 

 

I ask,good or bad.Because I don't know it can hurt the cable or not.I worry about the cable sometimes.And I ask for cable.

 

I personally use the bundled case with mine and it's fine but then again I don't pocket carry mine.  For that I'd probably look in to something from Tom Bihn.  The mini padded pouch or regular pouch (I prefer the dyneema fabric over the cordura) would do for pocket carry I think.  I've owned both and they are great quality.  I'd probably pick the padded one for a little bit extra protection if you really think you need or want it.

 

Padded Pouch - http://www.tombihn.com/accessories/TB0318.html

 

Non-Padded Dyneema Pouch - http://www.tombihn.com/accessories/TB1216.html

post #1659 of 2394
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Originally Posted by tangfj View Post
 

 

I personally use the bundled case with mine and it's fine but then again I don't pocket carry mine.  For that I'd probably look in to something from Tom Bihn.  The mini padded pouch or regular pouch (I prefer the dyneema fabric over the cordura) would do for pocket carry I think.  I've owned both and they are great quality.  I'd probably pick the padded one for a little bit extra protection if you really think you need or want it.

 

Padded Pouch - http://www.tombihn.com/accessories/TB0318.html

 

Non-Padded Dyneema Pouch - http://www.tombihn.com/accessories/TB1216.html

Thanks.What do you think about Shure cases ? 

post #1660 of 2394

I'm wondering if the bass ports at the back would cause the driver inside to get dirty if you live in an area with lots of air pollution (smoke from cars or other sources etc.), although this is only when I'm commuting. Does anyone know if this is the case?

post #1661 of 2394

is it durable due to the undetachable cable

post #1662 of 2394

I use the Shure zipper case sometimes.

 

I usually don't use cases as I put the IEM's in my front shirt pocket.

post #1663 of 2394
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Originally Posted by high-fidelity View Post
 

Thanks.What do you think about Shure cases ? 

 

I have the oval Shure case and the IE800's would fit just fine in there.  If you're looking for a hard case, you may want to look at the Westone Monitor Vault.  I have my IE800's in there now and they fit as well... getting them in there can be a little tricky, as with any hard plastic case, but the case is pretty small.

post #1664 of 2394
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Originally Posted by tangfj View Post
 

 

I have the oval Shure case and the IE800's would fit just fine in there.  If you're looking for a hard case, you may want to look at the Westone Monitor Vault.  I have my IE800's in there now and they fit as well... getting them in there can be a little tricky, as with any hard plastic case, but the case is pretty small.

Yes,it is plastic and hard.But,it can be useful for me,because it is small enough for carriying in pocket right ? Trouser pocket ? 

 

I think about Shure oval case or Westone Monitor Vault.

post #1665 of 2394
do the IEMs come with a mic/controls for smartphones? I might pick this up as an upgrade from my IE8i
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