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post #61 of 98
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I feel the same..... plus with heir team posting and advertising in most threads containing word "custom iem" really a turn off for me. I mean there's no seller who says their product is bad, no? I trust credible reviews more than words that coming out of the mouth of the seller.

Glad that I'm not the only one who felt that. Their product is good enough (from most reviews) without the blatant advertising. Sometimes, when things are overdone, you can adverse effects. 

post #62 of 98
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I feel the same..... plus with heir team posting and advertising in most threads containing word "custom iem" really a turn off for me. I mean there's no seller who says their product is bad, no? I trust credible reviews more than words that coming out of the mouth of the seller.

Just forget those reviews. Only read multi comparison reviews, because those writer will be more fair and won't add some extra credits on their expensive IEM or CIEM.

Other than those persons who own a lot CIEMs, the majority of hifier won't give any negative comments on their CIEM or IEM, especially not on those IEM which cost them thousands of dollars.

They won't be stupid to say something bad to make themselves look like a squandering fool.

post #63 of 98

Yes most people will own one or two customs at most (some do not even own customs and still tell you which one is best...) and have a tendency to say the most expensive / the latest they bought is the best. So I only ask people I trust. And take into account what I understand from their tastes.

post #64 of 98
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I agree. I am not a.big fan of all the wood engraving etc but the simple.designs look gorgeous.
post #65 of 98
Yes the simple ones are nice. The only wood ones that I like are the grey ones.
post #66 of 98
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Originally Posted by Alias Gu View Post

Just forget those reviews. Only read multi comparison reviews, because those writer will be more fair and won't add some extra credits on their expensive IEM or CIEM.

Other than those persons who own a lot CIEMs, the majority of hifier won't give any negative comments on their CIEM or IEM, especially not on those IEM which cost them thousands of dollars.

They won't be stupid to say something bad to make themselves look like a squandering fool.

 

That's not really true, though. The thing is, most top-tier CIEMs are really good and will make most people satisfied. I didn't hesitate to knock on the Heir 8.A as I prefered the sound signature of my older JH16. But it was really hard to really fault the 8.A other than just admitting that the warm sound wasn't ideal for me. 

post #67 of 98
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I agree. I am not a.big fan of all the wood engraving etc but the simple.designs look gorgeous.

 

     I am not a fan of ingraved wood either, in fact if you take the time to look over the web site you will see a disclaimer that states we don't recommend it either, as we feel it detracts from the wood.

 

But if the customers request it, we follow through. It is also true that Heir Audio does incorporate a lot of wood in the CIEM designs but again, this is done by customer request. I would guess customers request it as it is something that brought Heir Audio to the table in the first place, and I would venture to say the use of exotic wood has become our "calling card" so to speak. 

 

That said, I will keep these comments in mind as I make future "Wizard Designs" and create  more concepts and mediums to use. But let it be known, I am not a fan of a decal printer....  I just don't find decals to really represent what Heir Audio is about.


Edited by FullCircle - 2/18/13 at 6:47am

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post #68 of 98
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     I am not a fan of ingraved wood either, in fact if you take the time to look over the web site you will see a disclaimer that states we don't recommend it either, as we feel it detracts from the wood.

But if the customers request it, we follow through. It is also true that Heir Audio does incorporate a lot of wood in the CIEM designs but again, this is done by customer request. I would guess customers request it as it is something that brought Heir Audio to the table in the first place, and I would venture to say the use of exotic wood has become our "calling card" so to speak. 

That said, I will keep these comments in mind as I make future "Wizard Designs" and create  more concepts and mediums to use. But let it be known, I am not a fan of a decal printer....  I just don't find decals to really represent what Heir Audio is about.
To each one his own taste and I am sure you guys serve your client well. It is just my tastes and some of your designs are lovely to my tastes. I like metal, simple colors, or clear shells. As you can see in my avatar. Sometimes I am puzzled how people put 1000 $ in an iem (of any brand) and chose a design so flashy they are bound to get tires of if quickly. Anyhow, keep on brigging New design ideas, it keeps changing the game and it keeps the competition needing innovate. Good job guys !
post #69 of 98
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Don't know whether to choose a glow in the dark or a simple dark blue transparent shell for the IEM

post #70 of 98

I really like this one

 

700

 

That is smoke with ingraved glow in the dark crown

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post #71 of 98
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I really like this one

 

700

 

That is smoke with ingraved glow in the dark crown


Those are nice, did Kozee do those? Hey Wiz, hows it going. beerchug.gif

post #72 of 98

How is it going....

 

Loooong days and short nights.

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post #73 of 98
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Those are nice, did Kozee do those? Hey Wiz, hows it going. beerchug.gif

WOW I WILL PROBABLY GO FOR THIS ONE THEN!

post #74 of 98
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how is the glow generated? IT looks as if it's electrically generated!

post #75 of 98
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What do people prefer the one above or this one? I reckon I might get bored of the earlier design even though it does look cool. But this one is so simple yet so gorgeous and the colour is so nice!

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