or Connect
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Portable Headphones, Earphones and In-Ear Monitors › T-PEOS H-200 - new triple hybrid IEM - Impressions thread
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

T-PEOS H-200 - new triple hybrid IEM - Impressions thread - Page 98

post #1456 of 2592

Driver flex is very evident on my pair. Doesn't affect listening but very obvious on insertion

post #1457 of 2592

Have you tried changing tips? I found the black tips less prone to it than the grey.

post #1458 of 2592
Both tips have it. Black is less than grey, but the H-200 are prone to driver flex.
post #1459 of 2592

I haven't got mine yet, but I have had good luck with the R1 double flanged tips (or Mee double flanged) to reduce driver flex on various iems, and often they also seem to work well soundwise.

 

Has anyone tried them with the H-200's?

post #1460 of 2592
Quote:
Originally Posted by waynes world View Post

I haven't got mine yet, but I have had good luck with the R1 double flanged tips (or Mee double flanged) to reduce driver flex on various iems, and often they also seem to work well soundwise.

 

Has anyone tried them with the H-200's?

 

I haven't tested them, I'd have to dig them up from my millions XD  I do want to say that driver flex will be most influenced by the way the tip will seal with your ear.  Your ear has a distinct shape, so a solution for you may not be a solution for someone else. 

post #1461 of 2592
Quote:
Originally Posted by quartertone View Post

Have you tried changing tips? I found the black tips less prone to it than the grey.

You're right, the black tips do reduce the flex.

post #1462 of 2592
Quote:
Originally Posted by Emospence View Post

You're right, the black tips do reduce the flex.

 

They are softer, the translucent ones are harder...  A softer seal allows for air to escape a little easier while inserting the IEM, which reduces flex.  I still prefer the fit with the translucent ones unfortunately, it seals better with my ear. 

post #1463 of 2592
Quote:
Originally Posted by tinyman392 View Post

I read a bit that the tips made a difference with these...  I do hear a slight difference right now, but nothing major.  I finally did find time to measure them after work, differences are minor, but there.  It may be the driver flex and seal that is physically making the bigger difference rather than just the tip itself for the people who hear the differences. 

 

Basically no difference, try Meelec triflanges.

post #1464 of 2592
Quote:
Originally Posted by Inks View Post

Basically no difference, try Meelec triflanges.

 

I'll wait for Rin to do his analysis when he gets his loaner...  I know that someone said they sent him one.  I just wanted to put that graph up because people said the differences were huge.  The only major differences I saw was in group delay in the ultra sub-bass...  There was also a shift in group delay response as well from the midrange on up (two little bumps; it may have been my system's flaws though).

post #1465 of 2592
Quote:
Originally Posted by quartertone View Post

Funny, I have almost zero driver flex.

I have no driver flex either, and different tips have made a huge difference in the sound. That's why I always say, people, don't take my word or anyone else's word about the sound. Sure, you can use people as a guilde to kind of guess whether an IEM fits your sound signature preference, but ultimately you need to hear these products for yourself. I'm not suggesting buying everything and testing it, but get to audio stores or area meet in greets to get a listen. 

post #1466 of 2592
Quote:
Originally Posted by waynes world View Post

I haven't got mine yet, but I have had good luck with the R1 double flanged tips (or Mee double flanged) to reduce driver flex on various iems, and often they also seem to work well soundwise.

 

Has anyone tried them with the H-200's?

Why is it taking so long bro?

post #1467 of 2592

I've tried the doubles, found them a bit too bassy.

post #1468 of 2592
Quote:
Originally Posted by ericp10 View Post

Why is it taking so long bro?

 

Three words: Shipping to Canada. With USPS priority post, they quote 6-10 business days. Shipped on Jun19, it is 7 business days so far. They`d be here on Monday, except that it`s a holiday (Canada Day), so they will be here on the 2nd.

post #1469 of 2592
Quote:
Originally Posted by quartertone View Post

I've tried the doubles, found them a bit too bassy.
Wayne's gonna like that even more...
post #1470 of 2592
Quote:
Originally Posted by tinyman392 View Post
  The graph about is a graphical representation of the use of cables on the T-Peos H-200.  People have stated hearing differences.  I didn't hear any, neither did my microphone unfortunately. 

 

Shocking!  wink_face.gif

 

Thanks for the work you did with the measurements.  I'm eagerly anticipating Rin's comments and measurements. 

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Portable Headphones, Earphones and In-Ear Monitors › T-PEOS H-200 - new triple hybrid IEM - Impressions thread