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post #1156 of 2552
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After trying several options I've lost the stock supplied H-200 tips and gone for these Vmoda tips. I think the stock tips have to narrow bore using a larger bore helps open the presentation for me, lets the BA's breath a little.

This reminded me that I saw wide-bore tips somewhere in one of my drawers and I found them on the I-Digi freebies I got from Verizon a few years ago.  Oddly I get much less flex when I insert these and am able to push them in a bit more so they seal up nicely.  As you can see, they do have quite a wide opening (pictured next to the small, grey tips shipped with the H-200).  A quickie search shows they have a few tip types available on amazon.  For the last day or so of use they've sounded very good and having to adjust them less is a big plus. With a marginally deeper insertion I experience less of the relatively rare 'shouty' spot in the upper mids.

 

post #1157 of 2552
Glad you found the info helpful Tehol.

I think the wider bore definitely helps, as you said I don't get as much flex, also feel the presentation opens up a little. I've got another friend who has a pair and is sticking with a larger bore. I basically lift my ear a little on insertion, push.. (I can feel when it's right) then kind of roll the housings in a circle motion one or two rotation and they seat well.

Here's a photo of the bore size for peoples interest.



Btw: the SPC upgrade cable is fairly microphonic guys, I don't know if some will accept it. T-Peos might want to consider another cable type. The sound is great, but the cable noise is not acceptable especially considering the H-200 is worn down.
post #1158 of 2552

Well that is a concern since I often wear them while out and about.  Do the normal methods of mitigation like using a clip, wearing under the shirt, cinched-up slider, etc help? 

post #1159 of 2552
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Originally Posted by Tehol View Post

Well that is a concern since I often wear them while out and about.  Do the normal methods of mitigation like using a clip, wearing under the shirt, cinched-up slider, etc help? 

The majority of noise is occurring above the Y spilt, mostly around the cheek area / sides of the face, where the cable hangs down and flaps. You can pull the cinch right up under your chin to help minimize it though this will look a little funny. It's the material used for the cable, it's just not very friendly I'm finding. I can create noise with my cable simply rubbing it on my shirt or scratching the cable with my finger nail, this goes right up the earpieces. because of where it mostly occurs under the shirt or clips won't help because the noise is surfacing above those regions.

They need to use something different or sheath it. IMO.
post #1160 of 2552
Thanks for the heads up on the spc upgrade cables H20! I hope t-peos is following this so they can make the necessary changes...
post #1161 of 2552

Interesting.. Do these require an amp?

post #1162 of 2552

Not at all. They sound superb out of my Fuze, and I didn't find any real improvement using the BH.

post #1163 of 2552

Do they wear well over the ears?

 

If not, how are the microphonics cable-down?

post #1164 of 2552

Fairly microphonic worn cable down, especially the remote cable; but shirt clip helps. Cable up not a problem, for me at least. The long connectors could be slightly annoying, though.

post #1165 of 2552
It's Monday, so here is the update I promised. Earphoneshop gave me an email adress where head-fiers could direct their questions to. Email: 007dongwoo@naver.com

I guess my job is over now. Anyways, if you need help/ want comparisons of H 200, feel free to PM me. Good luck to all those planning on buying the H200.
post #1166 of 2552
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Originally Posted by kimvictor View Post

It's Monday, so here is the update I promised. Earphoneshop gave me an email adress where head-fiers could direct their questions to. Email: 007dongwoo@naver.com

I guess my job is over now. Anyways, if you need help/ want comparisons of H 200, feel free to PM me. Good luck to all those planning on buying the H200.

 

Cool!

 

So they will start shipping internationally?

post #1167 of 2552
Now it's buyers job to make deals with earphoneshop about shipping and taxes. But if language barrier is a problem, I can still help you out.
post #1168 of 2552
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Originally Posted by Lifted Andreas View Post

Cool!

So they will start shipping internationally?
They told me they would. I would ask them directly about shipping time and cost.
post #1169 of 2552
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Originally Posted by kimvictor View Post


They told me they would. I would ask them directly about shipping time and cost.

 

Fantastic!

 

All this info should be put in the OP. biggrin.gif

post #1170 of 2552
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Originally Posted by quartertone View Post

Fairly microphonic worn cable down, especially the remote cable; but shirt clip helps. Cable up not a problem, for me at least. The long connectors could be slightly annoying, though.
How do you keep them over your ears? They always fall off after less then 10secs.
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