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post #3841 of 4400

How's the new cable microphonics wise?

post #3842 of 4400
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How's the new cable microphonics wise?

 

Still checking on that. So far it seems pretty good, not perfect though. You'll definitely want to use the cinch if you are being active with them. Still better than the hard-wired cable they replaced on my particular set of Micros though. 

post #3843 of 4400

If a cable were worn straight-down and completely non-microphonic, it'd most likely be violating a few laws of physics...

post #3844 of 4400
Thread Starter 

Especially when I skip a day shaving. Stubble microphonics is the worst!

post #3845 of 4400
You don't have a beard?!
What kind of audiophile are you?
post #3846 of 4400
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You don't have a beard?!
What kind of audiophile are you?

 

 

That takes a few more days without shaving. Maybe 4. 

post #3847 of 4400
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Originally Posted by Q Mass View Post

You don't have a beard?!
What kind of audiophile are you?

 

That made me laugh :)

post #3848 of 4400
If you can achieve 'audiophile beard' in 4 days Movember must be a real money spinner.
post #3849 of 4400

Hi, i search an alternativ for my broken Triple Fi 10 Pro. Have some Westone UM 30 Pro, fits 500% better than UE, but

dont like the sound...

 

Is there any model from Cosmic Ears that sounds like an Triple Fi (That Deep Bass). Prices are very good for Customs,

alternative i buy an Fischer Amp FA4 E-XB.

post #3850 of 4400
If you like the tf10 you could just get it reshelled, assuming the drivers are fine.
post #3851 of 4400

My are complete broken (washing maschine....) and in germany you got no more (Paid 120€ for new 3 years ago) now

you pay for second hand +250. It's not worth it...

post #3852 of 4400
This is just a guess from what others have commented, but maybe the BA4 reference?

The best advice is likely available direct from Phil at Cosmic though.

Facebook? Or their website if you're not on FB.
post #3853 of 4400
BA4r has very nice bass and it does go very low, but the bass is rather of reference/linear type (rather not for bassheads).
Edited by shakur1996 - 4/29/14 at 1:22am
post #3854 of 4400
Actually, having had a quick look at Cosmic's website the BA5 is described as having a 'V' shaped sig', so maybe that'd be a better match?

I don't think it's available quite yet though.
post #3855 of 4400
Nice ! how much cost the modification ? It would be nice with my ba4f.
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