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Tf10 earguides

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I saw some pics of tf10s with earguides, can anyone tell me how to make them.
Or tell me where I could get these.
(I don't remember where I saw them...)
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Ive seen someone use Sennheiser IE80 earguides.  Cant think of any other ones off the top of my head but I know there are other ones out there.

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Me and another headfier were talking about the senheiser earguides. But I don't think they sell them separately, but i saw ones that were like the vsonic earguides but didn't find a place I could order them.mad.gif
Edited by kkam2283 - 10/22/12 at 1:47pm
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Hey if you go on ebay and search for earhooks or ear hooks I found a couple of results...

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Thanks, I ordered a pair off eBay, if anyone is interested in what I got:http://r.ebay.com/FsSAjw
Hope they work out
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Originally Posted by kkam2283 View Post

Thanks, I ordered a pair off eBay, if anyone is interested in what I got:http://r.ebay.com/FsSAjw
Hope they work out

my question may be stuoid but what is that thing work for?

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MEElectronics also sells earhooks in black and clear.

http://www.meelec.com/category_s/393.htm

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my question may be stuoid but what is that thing work for?
Not everyone needs it, but I have to keep moving the memory wire on my tf10 cable every time wear it. The weakest point of the tf10 cable is where the memory wire meets the normal cable.I also have glasses and the cable seems to come in contact with the glasses when I turn my head, and makes a scraping noise. The earguides will help get a better fit around the ear faster and easier, and protect the cable. It should also help with the scraping noise(I am not completely sure it will solve it, and it also depends on your glasses)

Plus it looks better smily_headphones1.gif
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