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Make sure you grab a 33 ohm impedance adapter too. They're good without it but I think they really shine with the added impedance. etysmile.gif
[/quoteWould a 75 ohm adapter be too much do you think ? I'm getting one soon for my er4p's. ??
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Originally Posted by TheGame21x View Post


Make sure you grab a 33 ohm impedance adapter too. They're good without it but I think they really shine with the added impedance. etysmile.gif
[/quoteWould a 75 ohm adapter be too much do you think ? I'm getting one soon for my er4p's. ??
Would a 75 ohm adapter be too much. ?? I'm getting one soon for my er4p's ??
post #288 of 393
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Would a 75 ohm adapter be too much. ?? I'm getting one soon for my er4p's ??


I've used a 100 ohm adapter on mine and I liked it but I thought the 33 ohm adapter was slightly better. 75 ohm should be fine.

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I've used a 100 ohm adapter on mine and I liked it but I thought the 33 ohm adapter was slightly better. 75 ohm should be fine.
Ok great thank you smily_headphones1.gif
post #290 of 393

UE TF 10. FA DBA 02 MKII. UE 700. 

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Custom: 1964 Ears V3

Universal: Westone W4

post #292 of 393

lemme divide it by the number of the drivers:

Universal:

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1:F111/ER4S (er4p+75ohm is also good)

2:SD2
3:TF10( although the fitting is abyssal, have to admit the good sound it has)

4:Fitear 334 Hands down for the universal.

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Custom:

1: never have..

2:JH5

3:1964 V3

4:Unique melody Mage

5:335DW

post #293 of 393
SE846
SM3
SE535 LTD
UM3X
W4
etc
post #294 of 393
TF10
W4
BA200
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TF10
W4
BA200

Hey Joe!

 

I think you just bought some IEM's from me, including the HiFiMan RE-ZERO???

post #296 of 393
Alien ears molded quad drivers they sound amazing especially when your ****ed up lol
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Hey Joe!

I think you just bought some IEM's from me, including the HiFiMan RE-ZERO???

Yessir!
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Yessir!

small world. hope you enjoy them, though I assume you'll resell most of them? I would. Especially the RE-ZERO's, due to the scarcity, though you might like their very neutral, transparent sound sig? They are detailed, but the bass lacks for me, plus I'm a fan of more lively "fun" iem's, so I parted with them. 

post #299 of 393

Yeah, I figured I'd give each a shot and sell/gift what doesn't make the cut!

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I forgot to mention the UE 7 Pros, but those were my customs. Similar to the UE TF 10's, but with more controlled highs and a little more bass extention, which diminished the sibilance issues of the TF 10's, BUT was also a more neutral sound with substantially more transparant sound and soundstage, BUT if I've come to learn something about my tastes in sound sig, is that I can't deal with neutral/analytical/flat EQ IEM's, and the UE 7 Pros lean more towards stage monitors and not every day digital player listening. I should have bought the UE 900's for what i paid for the UE 7's. 

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