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post #2071 of 2378
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Originally Posted by dbdynsty25 View Post


Find the position you like and super glue it. Haha. I don't change the position of mine at all so if this happened to mine I'd definitely just glue it.

 

I suppose haha. I never move them. 

post #2072 of 2378

I use it on flat. If I listen for example R & Roll its not really fun, not smooth.

post #2073 of 2378
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Originally Posted by jaybird123 View Post

Had my gr07 BEs for 7ish months now and all of a sudden the right nozzle is very loose. Was completely fine a couple days ago, but now it will move by just putting the IEM in my ear. Not sure how much this is affecting sound or seal as I'm using foams right now, but it is overall annoying the hell out of me. Any suggestions? 

If I were you I open the shell and fix it if the ball inside(pivot sort?) out of its place and glue it back with mild not strong.little patience and little smart is all it needs..........biggrin.gif
post #2074 of 2378
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Originally Posted by Shawn71 View Post

If I were you I open the shell and fix it if the ball inside(pivot sort?) out of its place and glue it back with mild not strong.little patience and little smart is all it needs..........biggrin.gif

You can do it jay;) PS: it might not be glued but may be just plastick lock with small cylindrical plastic sitting inside a hole of that diameter by pressing firmly so try your nails than any spudger sort of...I opened my meelec m6 so and found no glue fit but just a plastic lock....again it might be the same case with gr07 im not sure.
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Yeah. Probably not a good idea to open it if you don't have to. Lol
post #2076 of 2378
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Originally Posted by dbdynsty25 View Post

Yeah. Probably not a good idea to open it if you don't have to. Lol

 

Yeah I definitely agree. The problem may be solved. I realized I always make sure the area around the filter is clean, but never really checked the rest of iem. There was some wax built up around the edge of the ball. I couldn't see it really but when i tried cleaning it there was certainly some there. It seems back to normal. 

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Originally Posted by jaybird123 View Post

Yeah I definitely agree. The problem may be solved. I realized I always make sure the area around the filter is clean, but never really checked the rest of iem. There was some wax built up around the edge of the ball. I couldn't see it really but when i tried cleaning it there was certainly some there. It seems back to normal. 

bad you wink.gif you got nasty wax collected in a wrong place than the usual......biggrin.gif past the eartips.
post #2078 of 2378

Don't know if I asked this before but can the metal filter on top of the GR07 be removed to clean out the wax? Can the wax go in there?

post #2079 of 2378
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Originally Posted by zamorin View Post
 

Don't know if I asked this before but can the metal filter on top of the GR07 be removed to clean out the wax? Can the wax go in there?

I have been asking myself this for the last few weeks.

I have to say it looks difficult that wax can go in there.

But will be interesting if anyone has done this

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The earlier GR07 mk1 model doesn't have that additional "hook arrester" like the BE model, thats why I'm curious.

post #2081 of 2378
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Originally Posted by zamorin View Post

Don't know if I asked this before but can the metal filter on top of the GR07 be removed to clean out the wax? Can the wax go in there?

Yes the grill can be removed as it is held against the inner wall of the nozzle.Make the 2 rounded ends together using a tweezer sort of, as it change the shape (oval) to take out easily.

But on the other hand I doubt whether the wax would past silicon tip shaft and metal grill to settle......very very rarely yes possible,if wide bore tips used,rolled to its max and the tip of the nozzle is closely surrounded by ear canal.......and that you didnt properly clean the canals with q-tips/cotton swab frequently if you use the iems more.wink.gif

I do every day or the next day if forgot the previous day and rub the silicon tips with my cloth all the time before and after use.
Edited by Shawn71 - 2/21/14 at 6:50am
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Briefly I wanted to add my impressions of the BE when paired with the ibasso dx50 dap. It's one of the best pairing that I've heard with iems or full sized hp's. The neutrality and refinement of the dx50, for me, has near perfect synergy with the vsonic. 

 

I should mention my experience with the gain control. It's a hard switch with three settings on the bottom of the dap. I always thought that iem's would not nee any extra gain...wrong. I found the middle setting to be about perfect for my gr07 be's. OMG that bass was just exquisite . The gain control as well as the volume control are very subtle and linear. It annoyed me at first because you have to run the volume up quite a bit to make noticeable changes. After a while I realized that this was actually a big bonus. 

 

If anyone who has this iem is look for a good dap to pair with the bass edition, then look no further. This is just a fantastic pairing. 

post #2083 of 2378
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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post
 

Briefly I wanted to add my impressions of the BE when paired with the ibasso dx50 dap. It's one of the best pairing that I've heard with iems or full sized hp's. The neutrality and refinement of the dx50, for me, has near perfect synergy with the vsonic. 

 

I should mention my experience with the gain control. It's a hard switch with three settings on the bottom of the dap. I always thought that iem's would not nee any extra gain...wrong. I found the middle setting to be about perfect for my gr07 be's. OMG that bass was just exquisite . The gain control as well as the volume control are very subtle and linear. It annoyed me at first because you have to run the volume up quite a bit to make noticeable changes. After a while I realized that this was actually a big bonus. 

 

If anyone who has this iem is look for a good dap to pair with the bass edition, then look no further. This is just a fantastic pairing. 

 

I use my X3 on high gain for my GR07 BE, I found this brings a superb alive sound.

post #2084 of 2378
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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post

Briefly I wanted to add my impressions of the BE when paired with the ibasso dx50 dap. It's one of the best pairing that I've heard with iems or full sized hp's. The neutrality and refinement of the dx50, for me, has near perfect synergy with the vsonic. 

I should mention my experience with the gain control. It's a hard switch with three settings on the bottom of the dap. I always thought that iem's would not nee any extra gain...wrong. I found the middle setting to be about perfect for my gr07 be's. OMG that bass was just exquisite . The gain control as well as the volume control are very subtle and linear. It annoyed me at first because you have to run the volume up quite a bit to make noticeable changes. After a while I realized that this was actually a big bonus. 

If anyone who has this iem is look for a good dap to pair with the bass edition, then look no further. This is just a fantastic pairing. 
I know what you mean, I have the same rig. You should really try the Ibasso D42 amp with all that, its simply mind blowing. Best combo I've heard in a long time as far as portable goes.
post #2085 of 2378

Are the vsonics the only offering with adjustable nozzles? Just wondering.

 

 

thanks...

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