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Ah.

 

 

I've been very impressed with these budget iems. Once you have a good seal, I think they sound very good. I like them better than the klipsch s4 and r6, which I returned to the store after getting these in.

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Originally Posted by indieman View Post
 

Ah.

 

 

I've been very impressed with these budget iems. Once you have a good seal, I think they sound very good. I like them better than the klipsch s4 and r6, which I returned to the store after getting these in.

Well, consider yourself fortunate (and a little bit richer).
The nozzle of these looks super long compared to the tips. Odd.

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I have sony hybrid tips which can sit further down the nozzle. It helps them seal better. The stock tips have a very shallow fit. I feel that the mee m6 have a clearer sound sig and more detailed bass than the klipsch. Very delicious sounding :)


Edited by indieman - 5/22/14 at 1:17pm
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@indieman

By the way , my english is not good , I think I am an upper intermediate :p

I did not use custom iem but I really say that sd3 is comfortable  but not very good  because I am getting used it :biggrin:
( maybe some people who has a small ear dont like sd3 ) 

Also you can buy  SD3 S   , small version  :)


Edited by heyysanadiyom - 5/22/14 at 2:12pm
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How does the isolation of sd3 compare to that of shures, er4?
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Originally Posted by yurisistable View Post

How does the isolation of sd3 compare to that of shures, er4?

 

I also have westone 3 ,  SD3 is much better than westone 3 

 

When I listen sd3 and walking on the city I cant hear anything :)   :L3000:

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I also have westone 3 ,  SD3 is much better than westone 3 

 

When I listen sd3 and walking on the city I cant hear anything :)   :L3000:

Agreed, the best isolation UIEM out there at the moment

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Fiio hs7 carry case


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Dude, nice case! where did you buy it and for how much? I use the same DAP and Amp too! thanks
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Dude, nice case! where did you buy it and for how much? I use the same DAP and Amp too! thanks
here http://store.treoo.com/main/fiio-hs7-dual-layer-hard-carrying-case-blue.html, u can also find it on eBay
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@Assy McGhee

 

Can I put in that case  DX100 ,  is it possible ? 

 

 

DX100 +  inear SD3

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Agreed, the best isolation UIEM out there at the moment

 

PLUS

 

design , sound ,  nozzle  all of them are amazing    :bigsmile_face:  I think 

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PLUS

 

design , sound ,  nozzle  all of them are amazing    :bigsmile_face:  I think 

Yeah I agree, but Im selling mine. Had some great times headbanging with it, but its time I let it go. Saddens alot

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I also have westone 3 ,  SD3 is much better than westone 3 

 

When I listen sd3 and walking on the city I cant hear anything :)   :L3000:

Be careful of the traffic!!  

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Here is my portible setup as I've been using it the last few days.
5.5G iMod, 128GB SD Card, Rockboxed, Mundorf Silver LOD, Leckerton UHA 6S.MKII amp, Bose IE2

udusa7u2.jpg

Completely capless. I do however need to invest in some good IEMs. MI probably going to set a budget of around $500-$600. Looking for something that seems less veiled than the Bose IE2s. They seem a bit bass heavy for me. I perfer clarity and crispness with regards to treble. The Bose are great for running, and working out and comfortable, but not my fav as far as sound sig.
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