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post #76 of 86
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Originally Posted by delladood View Post

I seriously want to use the p-series badly... but it seems that my ears dont like.... and they try to make the p-series hurt >:( The problem here... is my ears.  I can only insert tips so far, until I reach a point where my ear canal just becomes DANGEROUSLY small.  It would be interesting to see a custom mold of my ear.


Why not just get a UM56?

post #77 of 86
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Originally Posted by Jeremypsp View Post


Why not just get a UM56?

I got the p-series to work.  The actually rubber nozzle was hitting my ear -_-

post #78 of 86
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Originally Posted by delladood View Post

I got the p-series to work.  The actually rubber nozzle was hitting my ear -_-


O_o good fer ya!

post #79 of 86

The Shure Olives on the UM3X are the best of both worlds - they give the comfort and isolation of the Complys but with the durability and sound of the silicones.

 

also THERE IS NOTHING I DON'T LOVE ABOUT THE UM3X! 

post #80 of 86
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Originally Posted by guhmo View Post

The Shure Olives on the UM3X are the best of both worlds - they give the comfort and isolation of the Complys but with the durability and sound of the silicones.

 

also THERE IS NOTHING I DON'T LOVE ABOUT THE UM3X! 

Luckily I have some olives coming in now!

post #81 of 86
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Originally Posted by delladood View Post

Luckily I have some olives coming in now!

nice! you'll enjoy them :)

post #82 of 86
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Originally Posted by Dragunov-21 View Post

Jeremy, have you tried EQing up the treble a little?

How do you EQing up that treble on an iPodTouch?  

post #83 of 86
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Originally Posted by Skullbox View Post

How do you EQing up that treble on an iPodTouch?  

http://osxdaily.com/2010/05/13/how-to-set-custom-equalizer-settings-on-the-iphone-and-ipod-touch/

 

I'd start by dragging 8k up to the first grey line above neutral (and maybe 1/3 of the way to the next), then cutting the preamp by the same amount.

post #84 of 86
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Originally Posted by Dragunov-21 View Post

http://osxdaily.com/2010/05/13/how-to-set-custom-equalizer-settings-on-the-iphone-and-ipod-touch/

 

I'd start by dragging 8k up to the first grey line above neutral (and maybe 1/3 of the way to the next), then cutting the preamp by the same amount.

Thx. But, if I go with W4, I will dont need all these EQing. Am comming from E4c-420-425-530-535, and now the big move toward Westone sig. I recently get the UM3Xrc, but, after 4 days, of session, and reading, I found kind a rumbling, that to bass forward to me, Maybe, I hope, that W4 will suit my taste. (Listeningto: Vocal smooth jazz, Krall, Leeonard Cohen. Depeche mode, Eagles, PinkFloyd, Delerium, DeepForest, electronica, softrock, Is W4 ideal for these?

Merci  thk

Happy Holyday!!

 

 

=>  I make a search to Apple iTunes store, and dont find that "iTunes Equalizer" app there. Maybe they remove or change name?! thx anyways!


Edited by Skullbox - 12/28/12 at 7:12am
post #85 of 86
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Originally Posted by Skullbox View Post

Thx. But, if I go with W4, I will dont need all these EQing. Am comming from E4c-420-425-530-535, and now the big move toward Westone sig. I recently get the UM3Xrc, but, after 4 days, of session, and reading, I found kind a rumbling, that to bass forward to me, Maybe, I hope, that W4 will suit my taste. (Listeningto: Vocal smooth jazz, Krall, Leeonard Cohen. Depeche mode, Eagles, PinkFloyd, Delerium, DeepForest, electronica, softrock, Is W4 ideal for these?

Merci  thk

Happy Holyday!!


Edited by Skullbox - 12/28/12 at 7:13am
post #86 of 86
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Originally Posted by guhmo View Post

 

 THERE IS NOTHING I DON'T LOVE ABOUT THE UM3X! 

Good point.  If you wanted to nit-pick you may want the treble a little more sparkly (but fixable with EQ).  You may also want a larger soundstage but it more than makes up for it in resolution and imaging (it shames W3 in this area).

 

Other than that I would damn near call it perfect.

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