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I got this little notice from the post office, so this either could be my C3, or my Amazon order with my baby girl's new xmas toy from Amazon, or even my wife's ASOS order...I'm really hoping that this will be my C3 so I can start enjoying it tonight...

Check if there's a tracking number on the slip, then match it to your purchase list in ebay which should have tracking.. That's what I do when there's several things arriving.

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Has Raphael hit up the H-200 yet... I've got to stop watching the clock


Edited by nick n - 12/11/12 at 7:59pm
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Has Raphael hit up the H-200 yet... I've got to stop watching the clock

 

Sorry, nick n.

H-200 still in veil of T-PEOS. (and I don't know how it is going ...)

 

I bought 1st released D-201NB product from T-PEOS. (before publish to global market.)

One more, D-202PRM(rounded cable of D-200 series) will be in beta testing.

 

And they gave to me a new Foam-tip of H-100 / H-200.

 

I will post some news as soon as ....

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Vlooienuker i wouldn't worry about the bass at all...actually I know you won't . Controls are a breeze, very intuitive. Also any questions on that post up and it'll get answered asap.

 

djvkool hold off on any extra PMP / Cowon purchase I don't think it will even cross your mind after getting a good listen to the C3 ( I've got a D2 and it's been sitting there ever since )

 

bcallen glad to have helped I just hope you will enjoy this, can't see how you wouldn't. ESPECIALLY the combination! Wow going all out.  The ultimate de-stressing combination.

 

jgwtriode excellent review/post. I need to slowly read through it again. One thing I am in agreement with is the detailing and speed of the H-100. I have a few electrostatic headphones( don't ask how manyph34r.gif ) -you mentioned the speaker equivalents-  and I agree they are on par I would say in that department, I was rather shocked at first and thought this was a particular trait of all balanced armatures, but having read more than my fair share on the sonic impressions of some other BA's it seems these H-100's are tuned to the max in this area. A direct comparison with some Stax Lambda Nova Classics, and some others , and i am not sure which i prefer better ( leaning on the H-100.)

 

digirato I too have settled on the Comply TX500 model foam tips! So I can second that choice. I will experiment again with the V-moda Bliss ones. The Bliss are medical grade silicone, maybe that makes them more pliable (?) for a great fit.

For those that don't know the T"x"500 ones have the added wax guard = some acoustically transparent foam in the holes.

 

phlashbios  that's a x4 on your x 3 wink_face.gif

 

Raphael thanks for checking back in and especially about their new FOAM TIP. Hope they can be bought aftermarket from them as an accessory also, because they do tend to wear out faster than silicone tips ( don't they?)

 

everyone else while I am at it  enjoy !


Edited by nick n - 12/11/12 at 9:43pm
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Vlooienuker i wouldn't worry about the bass at all...actually I know you won't . Controls are a breeze, very intuitive. Also any questions on that post up and it'll get answered asap.

 

Thanks, the more people telling me not to worry just eases my worries haha. I'm quite the basshead and was worrying if the C3 may take some of the bass away of my IEMs but it seems it doesnt. This just gets me more and more excited! Oh and to the people who have tried the C3 with the H-100 with the adapter, is it better with or without the adapter? On my S9, it seems to be better although for travelling, I might not take that extra bulk with me.

 

Edit: Anyone know how to remove driver flex? The driver flex on my H-100 is killing me.


Edited by Vlooienuker - 12/11/12 at 10:00pm
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There's no driver flex ......none. ph34r.gif Must be earwax crunching inside your canal.
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driver flex? enlighten me on this one.

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Yeah ...nah, I do have some minor flex on the left side, biggrin.gif only during insertion, if I lift my ear it's a non issue. There is no cure but only prevention.

Follow this video on insertion Vlooienuker.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRs9_RuBuNE
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What? No driver flex? Oh god, I'm the only one... I clean my ears everyday after the shower and no matter when I use them, I have major driver flex...

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guys, what the heck is driver flex.confused_face_2.gif


Edited by nick n - 12/11/12 at 11:52pm
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guys, what the hell is driver flex.confused_face_2.gif

Basically, as the nozzle seals with your ear, and you push it further in, pressure builds up in the IEM housing, the pressure is partially relieved by warping the least rigid wall of that chamber, (which would be the driver). This only happens on Dynamics because they have bigger drivers and armatures operate in their own sealed units, and not in the main IEM shell. It can be prevented by releasing the air before or after insertion. (usually by lifting your ear, breaking the seal allowing the air to escape.)
Edited by H20Fidelity - 12/11/12 at 11:58pm
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thanks i thought you  were all making fun of me * wipes tears from corner of eyes * ahem  ok then. 

 

 That's very interesting never heard of that before thanks for the lernin' lesson.  How noticeable is that not sure i have ever experienced it before. Just manifests as distortion?

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In bad cases like my Turbines here, they can flex right out of place and stay that way, you lose half the sound until you readjust them. Both sides on my Turbines are fairly faulty, I would call them a bad case of flex, which developed over time. if you turn the volume up to loud they'll pop into 'flex mode' because overtime flexing has weakened the drivers. It sounds like a popping noise, crackle or a click on insertion and can become worse.

But I have other IEM's that flex and never caused a drama sound wise. H-100 doesn't appear to be a big problem for me, it just quickly clicks and bounces straight back into position my left side only, and only if I don't lift my ear. But in some cases it will vary for others and if you're getting flex all the time you're surely worsening the problem each insertion or adjusting. Each time it clicks is feeding the problem.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 12/12/12 at 12:18am
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How do you guys not have it? Its crazy for me. Maybe its my tips? Or the IEM itself?

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How do you guys not have it? Its crazy for me. Maybe its my tips? Or the IEM itself?

What sides are doing it? Which tips are you using? I have a small case on the left hand side only, I stress small.... I have to force it to flex.

Did you watch the video? Are you lifting your ear? have you read any of the posts above? lol tongue_smile.gif
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