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post #1801 of 2461

I have understood that the gr07 doesn't come with an hard case, only soft pouch.. i assume its not good enough protection to just throw them in my bag.

Have any of you guys bought an Hard Shell Case for them ? 

do you have any recommendation for a proper size? not to big not to small ? ( not looking to put it in pocket or something just in bag)

 

how about this ? 

http://www.amazon.com/Slappa-SL-HP-09-HardBody-Earbud-Case/dp/B00DC2V3T0/ref=sr_1_3?s=audio-video-accessories&ie=UTF8&qid=1386366659&sr=1-3&keywords=slappa

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000PIYTEK/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A2O1709E31Q2KL

 

and of course there is always the cheap cases from ebay.. 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Earphone-Headphone-Carrying-Hard-Hold-Case-Storage-Bag-PT426-/360593171160?pt=AU_Lighting_Fans&hash=item53f50722d8


Edited by atraf - 12/6/13 at 2:04pm
post #1802 of 2461
Just get a case from mp4 nation (brainwavz) or meelectronics, they both get the job done and are cheaper.
post #1803 of 2461
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Originally Posted by metabaron View Post

Just get a case from mp4 nation (brainwavz) or meelectronics, they both get the job done and are cheaper.

 

+1. My favourite case came with the cheapo R1's. Hard shell with lots of space.

post #1804 of 2461
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Originally Posted by metabaron View Post

Just get a case from mp4 nation (brainwavz) or meelectronics, they both get the job done and are cheaper.


+1 > Dont waste $12 for just case alone. Instead buy the Jlab J3 which has sturdy case and you get 4 spare tips+J3 atomic which is nice IEM for female vocals,Jazz for that same price tag.

 

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Delectronics&field-keywords=jlab%20J3

 

small and compact,worth paying.

 

or get Meelec M6/M9 older gen under $12 or so....


Edited by Shawn71 - 12/6/13 at 6:23pm
post #1805 of 2461

thanks guys sounds good :)

post #1806 of 2461

hey guys, do you think it's alright if i use these headphones only for 2 weeks in a gym? I only ask cause of sweating, i am very careful otherwise. I just don't want them to degrade in any way..

post #1807 of 2461
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Originally Posted by Alpina View Post
 

hey guys, do you think it's alright if i use these headphones only for 2 weeks in a gym? I only ask cause of sweating, i am very careful otherwise. I just don't want them to degrade in any way..


Well if it's just for 2 weeks(14 days) in a Gym workout with proper wipe off sweats after each use, it's ok. For any IEM cables, if it's a non-kevlar reinforced, non-sweat resistance blah blah, for that matter.

And since you said you are careful in handling rest is assured, no worries.

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Well if it's just for 2 weeks(14 days) in a Gym workout with proper wipe off sweats after each use, it's ok. For any IEM cables, if it's a non-kevlar reinforced, non-sweat resistance blah blah, for that matter.

And since you said you are careful in handling rest is assured, no worries.

yeah just 2 weeks, until my GR02 BE arrives :) I just hope sweat won't break them :o

post #1809 of 2461
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yeah just 2 weeks, until my GR02 BE arrives :) I just hope sweat won't break them :o

I workout in mine and I sweat a LOT. So far no problems and I've had them for 3 weeks. They sound great too.

post #1810 of 2461
I use my GR07be and VSD1s at the gym all the time and no issues so far.
post #1811 of 2461
Been using mine for almost a year at the gym and running and I haven't had any issues at all. Definitely a well built earphone.
post #1812 of 2461
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Originally Posted by Imamuppet View Post
 

I workout in mine and I sweat a LOT. So far no problems and I've had them for 3 weeks. They sound great too.

 

 

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Originally Posted by howdy View Post

I use my GR07be and VSD1s at the gym all the time and no issues so far.

 

 

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Originally Posted by dbdynsty25 View Post

Been using mine for almost a year at the gym and running and I haven't had any issues at all. Definitely a well built earphone.



You guys obviously aren't working out hard enough.....


Edited by H20Fidelity - 12/8/13 at 10:26pm
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You guys obviously aren't working out hard enough.....

LOL right --- well maybe saving a bit of fat on your belly is a worthwhile tradeoff when it comes to preserving your earbuds, eh?

post #1814 of 2461

So, compared with the Shure SE215 the GR07 SE are somehow better regarding the mid-lows? I listen to dub techno/deep house music and I'm interested to buy myself a small present for Christmas :o2smile:

post #1815 of 2461
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Originally Posted by lukasbayern View Post

So, compared with the Shure SE215 the GR07 SE are somehow better regarding the mid-lows? I listen to dub techno/deep house music and I'm interested to buy myself a small present for Christmas o2smile.gif
Are you trying to ask if the GR07be are better than the Shure SE215s?
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