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Many of you have expensive IEM's. Many of you have also purchased aftermarket cables for those IEM's. Have any of you purchased a nice storage case for the cable / IEM combo that fits nicely in a briefcase or backpack?

 

I am not looking for a pelican case or anything that large or stiff to be honest.

 

Thanks in advance

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Originally Posted by theque View Post

Many of you have expensive IEM's. Many of you have also purchased aftermarket cables for those IEM's. Have any of you purchased a nice storage case for the cable / IEM combo that fits nicely in a briefcase or backpack?

 

I am not looking for a pelican case or anything that large or stiff to be honest.

 

Thanks in advance

 

I normally just use the supplied cases.  Except in the case of my Heir Audio headphones, those go traveling in a spare MEE case I have when on the go.  At home, I use the large Otterbox-like case they came with. 

post #3 of 9
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I only ask because I stubbornly ordered a custom cable for my SE535. I do not know the pecs but it looks like the bend radius is much larger than that of the stock cable. I did not know if it would fit in the stock case without exceeding its proper bend radius.

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Altoids tin?
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I got a Shure EAHCASE on Amazon along with my EPH-100s, been working wonderfully so far to protect them from small impacts and from being crushed in my backpack. It's not exactly rigid like metal, still a bit flexible if you put some force on it, but it's significantly harder than just fabric. It's an oval, shy of 4cm at its shortest radius, shy of 5.5cm at its longest radius biggrin.gif

 

http://www.amazon.com/Shure-EAHCASE-Weave-Pouch-Earphones/dp/B001P5HL42/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1352350159&sr=8-1&keywords=eahcase


Edited by ablahblah - 11/7/12 at 8:55pm
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^^ I think we have a winner.
post #9 of 9
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Aye,

 

I believe its the case that comes with the SE535's. I just didn't know if anyone had anything else better. Guess not. Thanks for all the replies.

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