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Welcome to Head-Fi. The Shure IEM's are nice, I had a cheaper pair of UE before but the wire broke, these were a nice upgrade from them. Mine are only 215. 

MJ, note that while the wires are a little fragile on the UEs, the TripleFi 10 has replaceable wires. Don't cross them out of your search just on basis of the cable.

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df mexico.
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My simple set up: Clip Zip(RockBoxed) + SR 80

Edited by juntom10 - 1/29/13 at 5:17pm
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How would you rate the sr80's against the sr60's if you know

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How would you rate the sr80's against the sr60's if you know

From my experience (I have sr 60...its broken now though), first thing i noticed was the harshness(?). SR80 has much smoother bass (both 60 and 80 have punchy bass). Also it has softer pads which helps too. I like sr80 more than sr60.

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I really didn't notice much of a difference between the 60 and the 80. I went with the '60, bought the bowl pads, and did a few mods (vent holes, rear grille).

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Very nice audio gear set up
I haven't heard sm 64[/quote]


Tx bro rudi smily_headphones1.gif
I thought u has already had one the sm64. Anyway i can say is worth to try. Sound is very good. Definitely is the refined product from earsonic. Especially when paired to mk3. It's just well matched.
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My Ortofon MHd Q7 and
my Go Dap DD1 with upgrade op amp : Muse 01 and Muse 02 and LME 49860
Just arrived this evening















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Looks awesome!!
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Originally Posted by juntom10 View Post

Looks awesome!!

Thank you juntom10
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Looks awesome!!

You hit another home run my friend. Am interested to know how the combo sounds.

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That yamaha IEM looks great. How does yamaha sound? 

For my use, iem are great. With trance, goa, progressive, or other type of electronique music with bass, the sound is so bassy. But, mid and high are really smooth. With rock, metal and pop, the bass is a little attenuated maybe a little too bright. For sure, this iem are not neutral.
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I really didn't notice much of a difference between the 60 and the 80. I went with the '60, bought the bowl pads, and did a few mods (vent holes, rear grille).

and I really need to look into mods

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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

My Ortofon MHd Q7 and
my Go Dap DD1 with upgrade op amp : Muse 01 and Muse 02 and LME 49860
Just arrived this evening
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 Good god

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I still can not believe Rudi has not given the myst 1866 portadac a go yet ;)

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Note 2 --> Apex Glacier --> Heir 8.A. Now I just wish I had a better otg cable to connect the two with, the red end loses contact too easily if the cable moves.


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