Im obviously knew to this haha. Care to explain?
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My JH5 came with them and I tried it and didn;t like them. They left a sticky residue like certain kinds of tape do and was annoying to clean.
The music coming from custom IEM's tend to sound more cohesive and , yes, tuning has a lot to do with it. I've probably spent $5,000 on IEM's and the JH5 was probably the best bargain, sound for dollars
Edit: Depending on the tips used with W3...I am using complys and the JH5 is a little brighter sounding versus W3 with complys.
I currently own both W3 and JH5. I use the JH5 for execising which is an everyday affair for me and I have done this now 19 months since I owned JH5 and no problems whatsoever. I have sweated gallons over this time using the JH5. I am very pleased wityh no quality issues. Comfort is the same. While a custom comfortably fits in your ears lets not forget it is engulfing (fitting) you entire ear cavity so may feel a bit weird the first few days. Also the acrylic customs weigh 2-3 times more than a universal. But overall comfort is same as with complys and W3. But W3 certainly significantly lighter. I enjoy the sound of both equally. It just depends on the type of music and recording.
Well, I tested the JH5 demo and I think I prefer it over the W4, to the point that I may have regretted getting my W4R. Well, that just leaves you more time to reconsider and think! Cheers.
JH audio, they're the ones that'll be making it after all.
go through the ordering process, assuming you already have your impressions. there are detailed instructions on their site.