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post #2206 of 2552

Will either of the cable upgrades be available with a mic button?

post #2207 of 2552
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Originally Posted by catcherfly View Post

Will either of the cable upgrades be available with a mic button?

I doubt it... It'll be nice if they could.
post #2208 of 2552

There are no options, no mics. The cables displayed in my post last page are what's available.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/642308/t-peos-h-200-new-triple-hybrid-iem-appreciation-thread/2190#post_9798254

 

post #2209 of 2552
How's the micro phonics on the pure silver cable H20?
post #2210 of 2552
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Originally Posted by d marc0 View Post

How's the micro phonics on the pure silver cable H20?

 

Next to no microphponics, when worn over the ear it's very well behaved. My only concern is it may not be suitable worn over the ear for some people as this morning on the go, I was having problems keeping a seal. I got mad and took a hair dryer to the earloops straightening them (took about 10 seconds each side) Now I wear the cable down as H-200 was designed to be and it's still well behaved regarding noise. Just a tiny amount around the cheek area if the cables slap against your face. 

I should add, the main concern for me needing to straighten the hoops was because I have a preferred tip I use on H-200 and it simply wouldn't seal with the housing upside down, other tips would seal fine worn over the ear.


Edited by H20Fidelity - 9/13/13 at 5:26pm
post #2211 of 2552
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 

 

Next to no microphponics, when worn over the ear it's very well behaved. My only concern is it may not be suitable worn over the ear for some people as this morning on the go, I was having problems keeping a seal. I got mad and took a hair dryer to the earloops straightening them (took about 10 seconds each side) Now I wear the cable down as H-200 was designed to be and it's still well behaved regarding noise. Just a tiny amount around the cheek area if the cables slap against your face. 

I should add, the main concern for me needing to straighten the hoops was because I have a preferred tip I use on H-200 and it simply wouldn't seal with the housing upside down, other tips would seal fine worn over the ear.

 

nice! I prefer wearing the H200 straight down as well. At least T-PEOS came up with a real quality cable this time!

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Originally Posted by d marc0 View Post
 

 

nice! I prefer wearing the H200 straight down as well. At least T-PEOS came up with a real quality cable this time!

 

It was very easy to straighten them.

Disconnect the earpieces.
Hold the cable up in the air by it's connectors.
Wave a hair dryer on medium over the hoops for about 10-20 seconds.
The weight of the cable/jack pulls the plastic hoops straight as they're not terribly thick.
Let them cool for 30 seconds while still holding the cable in the air.
 

post #2213 of 2552
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 

 

It was very easy to straighten them.

Disconnect the earpieces.
Hold the cable up in the air by it's connectors.
Wave a hair dryer on medium over the hoops for about 10-20 seconds.
The weight of the cable/jack pulls the plastic hoops straight as they're not terribly thick.
Let them cool for 30 seconds while still holding the cable in the air.
 

 

That's easy! thanks mate!

post #2214 of 2552

TPeos cables are good enough and look nice... but we, crazy audiophiles, cannot get enough and always want more, sadly so because our wallets take a hit :tongue:

post #2215 of 2552

$130 in Korea? I wonder how much that is in won. If it's like 150,000 won, I might give it a shot. To be honest though, there are modders in Korea that makes read good quality silver cables for H-200 for less than $100.

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The problem with the Korean cables we were getting earlier in the year is no-one wants to ship them for us anymore, but I agree they're good cables as I own one. If we can find cheaper alternatives by all means let's do that. I'm just reviewing what T-Peos have offered. People wanted high quality custom cable, T-Peos gave some options.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 9/14/13 at 7:48am
post #2217 of 2552
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

The problem with the Korean cables we were getting earlier in the year is no-one wants to ship them for us anymore, but I agree they're good cables as I own one. If we can find cheaper alternatives by all means let's do that. I'm just reviewing what T-Peos have offered. People wanted high quality custom cable, T-Peos gave an option.

 

I'm surprised by the fact that they actually made those cables. Not that many companies do that. I'll be in Korea in few month, so I have the option to purchase from Korean modders, but I'm aware that most head-fiers doesn't have the option to. Kudos to T PEOS for the cable.

 

I wonder what EXS is doing right now.

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Originally Posted by kimvictor View Post

I'm surprised by the fact that they actually made those cables. Not that many companies do that. I'll be in Korea in few month, so I have the option to purchase from Korean modders, but I'm aware that most head-fiers doesn't have the option to. Kudos to T PEOS for the cable.

I wonder what EXS is doing right now.

Well T-Peos don't actually make them. Mobynet who is a partner company of theirs is supplying these cables. However it wouldn't of happened without T-Peos help.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 9/14/13 at 8:09am
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I just got my H-200 and I had a hard time getting the right fit since I like to push my earphones deep into my ears. I managed to use a dual flange tip from my Meelectronics M11 and now they fit. However, I need to upgrade the cable, I dislike the red cable and I do not need a microphone so the black cable is no use to me. I thought someone mention these to be V-shaped, but the sound is more laid back. The bass is there but it does not give you the thump for hip hop tracks. Overall they sound neutrally flat to me. H20, those cables you posted look good, do you know when they will be for sale?


Edited by gav007 - 9/14/13 at 6:08pm
post #2220 of 2552
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Originally Posted by gav007 View Post

I just got my H-200 and I had a hard time getting the right fit since I like to push my earphones deep into my ears. I managed to use a dual flange tip from my Meelectronics M11 and now they fit. However, I need to upgrade the cable, I dislike the red cable and I do not need a microphone so the black cable is no use to me. I thought someone mention these to be V-shaped, but the sound is more laid back. The bass is there but it does not give you the thump for hip hop tracks. Overall they sound neutrally flat to me. H20, those cables you posted look good, do you know when they will be for sale?

I don't think I'd call them neutral. Etys are neutral, the H200s seem to lean towards V shaped. IMHO. Perhaps it's the tips!
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