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post #76 of 4463
Whats the difference between twin and dual? Twin has two identical drivers, but dual one for lows and other for highs and mids?
post #77 of 4463

Could be that the "twin" is a TWFK. 

post #78 of 4463
Project states the twin isn't the usual TWFK in his first post.
post #79 of 4463
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Originally Posted by rikardoliepa View Post

Whats the difference between twin and dual? Twin has two identical drivers, but dual one for lows and other for highs and mids?

https://m.facebook.com/home.php?refsrc=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2F&refid=8&_rdr#!/cosmicears?__user=756194391

If you scroll down the Facebook page they have a picture and quick description about the differences, also they've posted a photo of the different sizes they do and how it will look in ear if any one is curious.
post #80 of 4463

Looking at Cosmic Ears customs lineup pricing, I really hope they consider amking and selling universal versions of their lineup in the near future! very_evil_smiley.gif

post #81 of 4463

omg i live in stockholm really excited for this as most ppl here just use ibuds

 

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post #82 of 4463
OP what do you think should i take it safe and get the 1964-Ds or get the flex with 2BAS and 1 dynamic?
post #83 of 4463
So if I had a set of old impressions, would I be able to use those?
post #84 of 4463

Wow they have nice product range and prices & situated in EU, shipping should be no hassle.
I am wondering whats the option in Flex (Dual Hybrid & Triple Hybrid)

post #85 of 4463

It seems that Cosmic Ears can provide buyers with a DIY ear impression kit. This seems a very interesting feature for those like me, who don't have easy and/or nearby access to an audiologist: http://cosmicears.com/support/ear-impression-guide/

post #86 of 4463
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Originally Posted by putente View Post

It seems that Cosmic Ears can provide buyers with a DIY ear impression kit. This seems a very interesting feature for those like me, who don't have easy and/or nearby access to an audiologist: http://cosmicears.com/support/ear-impression-guide/

yeaa....inexp audiologists do horrible impressions. idk what sort DIY kits do.
post #87 of 4463
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Originally Posted by svyr View Post

yeaa....inexp audiologists do horrible impressions. idk what sort DIY kits do.

 

 

Well, for a price of £15 and with a good insctruction set on how to use it, I don't see why it can be a valid option... wink.gif

post #88 of 4463

http://www.head-fi.org/t/581834/word-of-caution-custom-iem-ear-impressions#post_8008484

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ould recommend  to go to audiologist , its safe and you can also be assured of better fit.

post #89 of 4463
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Originally Posted by MuZo2 View Post

http://www.head-fi.org/t/581834/word-of-caution-custom-iem-ear-impressions#post_8008484

W
ould recommend  to go to audiologist , its safe and you can also be assured of better fit.

 

 

From what I've read in that thread, I got the impression you didn't use the compound inside your ear, and just mixed it "outside" at room temperature. Have you considered that it may need body temperature inside the ear to get solid?

 

 

I also believe that going to an audiologist is safer, but for me it means a trip of 200+ kms (and back), plus availability as during week days I'm busy, working. Add all that to the ear impressions cost alone! Anyway, those DIY ear impression kits seem pretty safe and easy to use (the ones with the oto-stops) with someone to help in the process, and many use them without problems... 

post #90 of 4463
Has anyone ordered the 2xBA+1xDD model, either Flex or HY3? Would love some input on those.
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