OK, so this question is for folks that have used the UE stock cable with their Triple.fi 10 Pros and have switched over to Westone EPIC cables. What difference did you noticed?
Sonically I can't tell the difference. But that is no surprise because I run mine from portable devices without the benefit of a high-end DAC and amp.
The thing I love about the Westone is it's flexibility and the look. The thing is so light it's like a thick piece of string, so it's very unobtrusive. One thing I didn't care for so much: The blue from the bodies of my TF10's bled into the clear sheilding. I stored them coiled around the ear-pieces in the metal box. In a hot car the color sort of migrated to the clear plastic.
EDIT: @ Swimsonny I guess I'm lucky that nobody ever told my TF10 Pro's that the Westone cable was incompatible
^^^ Well its incompatible in that it stretches out the pinholes on the TF10 since the westone pins are slightly thicker. So changing cables frequently would be bad since they would eventually stretch so far that they fall out easily. But if you just change cables once and forget (like i have with my UERM cable on my TF10) you shouldn't have any problems.
They're both too expensive for me right now. Why on earth are you preferring the stock UE cable on your blog? It's crappy!
Oh it sure is :D
The Westone EPIC is 100 times more flexible then the stock UE one.
But I don't think that it will improve the sound noticeable.
So I'm back to square one - between choosing these two:
Which one?? Oh the dilemma...