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Hi, yes but they look like confort Comply foam (spherical shape),anyway i fell them not large enough for me, they don't help...

 

The spherical Comply (Ts) is the best one IMHO, it doesn't colour the sound, unlike the standard T-series Comply which tames the treble a bit...

 

For the record, I think UE700 is one of the bassiest dual-BA around, but if you are used to bassy dynamic IEM, then stay clear of BA-based as it will never give you enough bass-hit

post #17 of 21
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UE spherical Comply are not larger enough for me... Which eartip to test so ?
post #18 of 21
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UE spherical Comply are not larger enough for me... Which eartip to test so ?
post #19 of 21
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Maybe interesting !,i do have a large ear hole..., i  just do a test with largest eartips stock silicone eartips of UE700 placed on Clarity One and because C1 have larger nozzle size then UE700 that make me feel a little pression on my ear which make me ear some bass i didn't ear before with C1, that don't change the EQ, i just now ear some bass i didn't ear before,  so if i use some eartips who make me feel this little pression on my ear with UE700 they should sound great, which eartips can do that ?

 

 

 

Complys will definitely add some bass into the mix. On the go, I can't deal with the UE700s though. It's too thin in its signature. I got it as a back up when it was on sale. Glad I don't have to use it much!

post #20 of 21
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For the record, I think UE700 is one of the bassiest dual-BA around, but if you are used to bassy dynamic IEM, then stay clear of BA-based as it will never give you enough bass-hit

 

So we go back to my first impression (title of this thread),dual- BA IEM have less bass, then maybe for some it's just lack of inpact of bass or whatever there is a difference for bass.

post #21 of 21
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Originally Posted by lerio View Post

So we go back to my first impression (title of this thread),dual- BA IEM have less bass, then maybe for some it's just lack of inpact of bass or whatever there is a difference for bass.

The UE700 is supposed to be one of the bassist around? Gee. I know coming from the IE8s it's a totally different ball game though. There is bass punch, but it's like someone is hitting it miles behind where you are and so by the time it reaches you its just a pop or light thud. No resonance, just a note.

That said it may suit someone better smily_headphones1.gif
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