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Sounds nice :). I'd be interested in demoing them ;).
 

 

Sure. I'll keep you in mind.

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Isn't the tralucent 1 plus 2 a hybrid?

 

It is, but how much is the 1 plus 2?

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The updated model is more pricey now. They are using high end dynamic drivers and silver wiring throughout the internals and a high quality silver cable comes standard with it. I think its slightly under $1,300 now. I'd say keep an eye out on the thread for impressions on it. Others have Custom IEMs to compare to it so this should be interesting. I have my older pair of tralucents to compare (which I am finding hard to believe this updated model is significantly better). We'll see :). FWIW I even prefer my current pair to the Fit Ear 334s & AKG3003 :).
 


Edited by lee730 - 11/18/12 at 1:49am
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Here's a link I found to original GR07 Hyrbid tips and a set of T400 comply for anyone interested. GR07 tips are indeed my all time favourite for H-100 and people may of seen me raving on about how well they worked.

Just randomly I stumbled across these on ebay, first time I've ever seen them actually.

You get X5 Vsonic tips (identical to GR07) and a pair of T400 comply.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/6-Sets-Of-Replacement-In-Ear-Earbuds-Tips-Ear-Tips-For-in-ear-Earphone-/170751881783?pt=US_Replacement_Parts_Tools&hash=item27c19af237
Edited by H20Fidelity - 11/19/12 at 11:23pm
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Here's a link I found to original GR07 Hyrbid tips and a set of T400 comply for anyone interested. GR07 tips are indeed my all time favourite for H-100 and people may of seen me raving on about how well they worked.
Just randomly I stumbled across these on ebay, first time I've ever seen them actually.
You get X5 Vsonic tips (identical to GR07) and a pair of T400 comply.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/6-Sets-Of-Replacement-In-Ear-Earbuds-Tips-Ear-Tips-For-in-ear-Earphone-/170751881783?pt=US_Replacement_Parts_Tools&hash=item27c19af237

 

Great find mate, I will pick up a couple of sets indeed, I love them VSONIC foam tips, not for my H-100 but for my other IEM's as I think they are slightly better quality than Sony's hybrid

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So.. I just listened to my H-100 with a 75 ohm adapter.  My iPhone 4 can still drive it effortlessly (though the volume needs to be bumped up more due to the increased resistance).

 

I enjoyed the sound of the H-100 without the adapter, but results with the adapter are very positive.  It might resolve a lot of issues for those who were less than enthused with the sound.. namely, the 'thin' midrange & upper midrange/lower treble peak.  I might even like the sound with the adapter even more than the 'stock' H-100.  More impressions coming later.


Edited by FlySweep - 11/20/12 at 12:53pm
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So.. I just listened to my H-100 with a 75 ohm adapter.  My iPhone 4 can still drive it effortlessly (though the volume needs to be bumped up more due to the increased resistance).

 

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Hmmm.... I am just in the process of buying a used Ety 4P with a 75 ohm adaptor, I believe I may have to get a H100 now too for ermmmm.... testing the adaptor with other IEM's.

 

Or somesuch excuse biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by FlySweep View Post

So.. I just listened to my H-100 with a 75 ohm adapter.  My iPhone 4 can still drive it effortlessly (though the volume needs to be bumped up more due to the increased resistance).

 

I enjoyed the sound of the H-100 without the adapter, but results with the adapter are very positive.  It might resolve a lot of issues for those who were less than enthused with the sound.. namely, the 'thin' midrange & upper midrange/lower treble peak.  I might even like the sound with the adapter even more than the 'stock' H-100.  More impressions coming later.


 Next time I get to the electronics shop I'll see what i can grab to try making a couple,

 

Thanks for the impressions


Edited by nick n - 11/20/12 at 5:47pm
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Originally Posted by FlySweep View Post

So.. I just listened to my H-100 with a 75 ohm adapter.  My iPhone 4 can still drive it effortlessly (though the volume needs to be bumped up more due to the increased resistance).

 

I enjoyed the sound of the H-100 without the adapter, but results with the adapter are very positive.  It might resolve a lot of issues for those who were less than enthused with the sound.. namely, the 'thin' midrange & upper midrange/lower treble peak.  I might even like the sound with the adapter even more than the 'stock' H-100.  More impressions coming later.

 

I would be keen on the impressions mate, 

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Hi Head-fi'ers.

I have a good news from CEO of SWT, South Korea.

The SWT is preparing new models inherited to H-100 and B-100.

Maybe it is H-200 or B-200 ? ( I don't know exactly what its model name ).

I will be in touch for information about new models if I have got them as soon as.

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Thanks for the info Raphael.. can you give us some info on what BA is used in the H-100?  Is the dynamic driver something developed in house or ?

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This news is totally awesome! etysmile.gif

Thanks Raphael.
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OWWWW...

 

H-200...dual BA + dynamic...or dare I dream, dual BA + dual dynamic?

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thankyou Raphael !

 Any information at all is welcomed !

 

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Edited by nick n - 11/21/12 at 4:11am
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