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post #451 of 758

Sony hybrids will fit. Bigger bore tips won't fit.

post #452 of 758

You can also use meelec tips but you have to slide them over the last bump on the nozzle

post #453 of 758
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Originally Posted by Keller1 View Post

'Squze my ignorance, search didnt return anything, the VC02 siggy sounds more in the tone of what i'm looking for ( Details all the way ) And a 3mm dynamic might actually be good enough to satisfy what i want. 
Plus they look flat-out better and have a removable cable and come with tons of tips.
The price difference is 60 yuan or 10$, so there's that, but either way, thanks alot!

 

+1 :) that's true!

post #454 of 758

Surprisingly, my VC02 came today. I'm loving the sound so much. These fit my needs PERFECTLY. I love the huge selection of tips as well! 
I'm going to really enjoy these. Especially after coming from the Brainwavz R1. 

post #455 of 758

Yeah, the VC02 are very special phones for the price. I found them better than the R1's.

post #456 of 758
Guys... my VC02s just broke. I wanted to remove the cable to return the VC02 to its original polarity because wind noise was a problem with the vent facing up. However, when lightly pulling on the plug on the earphone end, the ENTIRE back housing of the Vc02 came out with it, exposing the internal wiring (which is as coppery as it gets). I snapped the back cover back together, but I am afraid the strength of the glue joints in the housing may be compromised already, along with possibly the sound. I baby the VC02s and have brought it out only once, so it doesnt seem as if I am treating them badly. Should I get a RMA with LendMeUrEars?
post #457 of 758

Yeah, you should get an RMA with LendMeUrEars. They're a reputable company and should be able to resolve the problem by repairing or sending you a new one.

post #458 of 758
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Originally Posted by Dissonant View Post

Guys... my VC02s just broke. I wanted to remove the cable to return the VC02 to its original polarity because wind noise was a problem with the vent facing up. However, when lightly pulling on the plug on the earphone end, the ENTIRE back housing of the Vc02 came out with it, exposing the internal wiring (which is as coppery as it gets). I snapped the back cover back together, but I am afraid the strength of the glue joints in the housing may be compromised already, along with possibly the sound. I baby the VC02s and have brought it out only once, so it doesnt seem as if I am treating them badly. Should I get a RMA with LendMeUrEars?

 

How long did you have them before this happened?

post #459 of 758

I've just ordered VC02 from lendmeurears. 

 

I was thinking about GR02 bass, Brainwavz R1, Sony MH1C, GR04 Flagship and GR06, too.

 

I hope I chose the right one. I listen to POP, Symphonic Metal, JPOP and KPOP. atsmile.gif

post #460 of 758

VC02 is a good choice. I'm sure you will like them.

post #461 of 758
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How long did you have them before this happened?

From the 27th of January. Less than a month. School forced me to use it at most once every 3 days for the last couple of weeks, so its a tad dissappointing.
post #462 of 758
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Originally Posted by zibax View Post

I've just ordered VC02 from lendmeurears. 

 

I was thinking about GR02 bass, Brainwavz R1, Sony MH1C, GR04 Flagship and GR06, too.

 

I hope I chose the right one. I listen to POP, Symphonic Metal, JPOP and KPOP. atsmile.gif

 

I've got the R1. The VC02 is much more clean and natural sounding. Plus, isolation is a lot better too.

The R1 is quite warm, while the VC02 is more neutral. 

post #463 of 758

+1. I prefer the VC02 over the R1. Everything is much more detailed and clearer.

post #464 of 758

|joker| already rated the VC02's at a high 8.1/10 sq rating, do you guys agree or disagree?

post #465 of 758

Quick question regarding microphonics on the VC02, can you just clarify how bad it is when worn straight down? I straight up can't wear over the ear headphones so it rules out a lot of the stand out IEMs at the 30-60 price range. I'm used to wearing a J-Corded set so I get almost no microphonics at the moment.
 

They'll be used to commute so I'll be walking around a reasonable amount in them (transfers between tubes) and microphonics would drive me up the wall.


Edited by RollerBall - 2/25/13 at 3:12am
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