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post #46 of 65
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Originally Posted by slayerx44 View Post

Searched on google "Shure Singapore" it's on the first page. Only other sites I know are rdmgear.com ( main importer of Aurisonic products ) and lendmeurears.com ( and the usual treoo , stereo and jaben. )
Hope this helped! Cheers!
Thanks bro!


Cheers!
post #47 of 65
I just got myself a pair of these.
Firstly, these are the first pair of in ears I have been comfortable wearing.
I hear that these require a lot of burn in, which I am hoping is true as on my first listen I would say that these would make hd650s sound bright.

In any case I will get some miles on these before forming an opinion.
Worst case I will upgrade them to asg2 later smily_headphones1.gif
post #48 of 65
Damn I'm envious of you, I still have to wait a few more weeks for mine to come.

How deep is the insertion for these? From pictures, seems like they require a rather deep insertion.
post #49 of 65
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Originally Posted by slayerx44 View Post

Damn I'm envious of you, I still have to wait a few more weeks for mine to come.

How deep is the insertion for these? From pictures, seems like they require a rather deep insertion.
I haven't had much time with them but judging from the 2 tips I have tried so far you can go either.
The double flange tips are quite a deep fit.
The medium singles are quite shallow.
I prefer shallow, and the shallower tips seem to tame the bass a little.
In saying that, this will all change with burn in.
Shall keep you posted.
post #50 of 65
Thanks for your reply! I really don't like deep insertion IEMs. They feel kinda weird in the ear.
post #51 of 65
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Thanks for your reply! I really don't like deep insertion IEMs. They feel kinda weird in the ear.
I am the same.
I much prefer the shallow fit. Because of the shape of the shells they always feel secure even with the shallow fit which is nice.
post #52 of 65
I finally got mine after waiting for 2 Months. But, does anyone have a problem with using a aftermarket cable? The stock cable is slimmer then my aftermarket one ( Null Audio Lune ) , the Lune is just too fat to fit. Oh btw, I'm talking about the part that connects to the socket in your Aurisonics.
post #53 of 65
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I finally got mine after waiting for 2 Months. But, does anyone have a problem with using a aftermarket cable? The stock cable is slimmer then my aftermarket one ( Null Audio Lune ) , the Lune is just too fat to fit. Oh btw, I'm talking about the part that connects to the socket in your Aurisonics.

I use moon audio silver dragon, works fine. You just have to make sure it's westone recessed.
post #54 of 65
Thanks for your input, didnt know that there were 2 type of westone jacks.
post #55 of 65
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by slayerx44 View Post

Thanks for your input, didnt know that there were 2 type of westone jacks.

 

There aren't. All Westone style jacks should be recessed. But some makers don't differentiate properly for the 2pin. I believe there is a thread somewhere for aftermarket cables that states what style termination the cables have.

post #56 of 65

Any word on the 1.2 to 1.3 upgrade that they said was going to happen?

post #57 of 65
Thanks for the help kyuuketsuki !
Edited by slayerx44 - 11/22/13 at 11:32pm
post #58 of 65

Sadly I moved on from these some time ago.

I probably didnt give them enough time to burn in but I found them to be almost muffled.

The bass was fantastic and the mids were great, but as much as I like smooth treble, it was just far too rolled of for me personally.

If they could add the ASG1.3 bass to the RE 400's I would be in heaven haha.

 

All the best and I hope you are still enjoying these!!

 

P.S.  Has anyone here upgraded to the ASG2?

If so what are the big differences?

 

Scott

post #59 of 65
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Originally Posted by Wyd4 View Post

Sadly I moved on from these some time ago.

I probably didnt give them enough time to burn in but I found them to be almost muffled.

The bass was fantastic and the mids were great, but as much as I like smooth treble, it was just far too rolled of for me personally.

If they could add the ASG1.3 bass to the RE 400's I would be in heaven haha.

 

All the best and I hope you are still enjoying these!!

 

P.S.  Has anyone here upgraded to the ASG2?

If so what are the big differences?

 

Scott


I actually partook of the upgrade program during the summer. And for me it fixed the biggest problem which was the treble. I have no regrets really. Some string instruments sound slightly metallic, but it isn't bad. Part of me wishes that I had kept the 1.3s but it was overall for the best.

I am going to be picking up the rockets though which will hopefully fill the slight gap left by the 1.3s
post #60 of 65

Hello.. can anyone assists me, how to differentiate ASG 1.3 between the other revision siblings? any physical differences? thank you in advance

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