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post #1381 of 1920

so i read somewhere saying that the VSD1/S have adjustable nozzle, what does that mean and how i adjust it? 

post #1382 of 1920
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Originally Posted by imeem View Post

so i read somewhere saying that the VSD1/S have adjustable nozzle, what does that mean and how i adjust it? 

The nozzle can be turned in multiple directions so that it can fit better inside your ear.
post #1383 of 1920
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Originally Posted by Vain III View Post


The nozzle can be turned in multiple directions so that it can fit better inside your ear.

that's the problem, i can't turn mines. 

post #1384 of 1920

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so i read somewhere saying that the VSD1/S have adjustable nozzle, what does that mean and how i adjust it? 


Yes all the over-the-ear(behind the ear lobe) models have the nozzles that are swivable to better align yourself for easy fit. gentle force is all it needs to do that not our full finger power.

post #1385 of 1920

That adjustable nozzle is what made it possible for me to get a good fit with the VSD1S. Otherwise it would have been a wash, like the GR07 (yes the GR07 also has an adjustable nozzle, but the inherent shape of those made it almost impossible to get a good seal in my left ear). 

post #1386 of 1920
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that's the problem, i can't turn mines. 


Hmm...surprising......Are you little scared that you might break it while trying to adjust the nozzle? try little more gently. It shouldn't be a problem moving around at all. It might be little hard first time but easy going then.....


Edited by Shawn71 - 12/13/13 at 8:44pm
post #1387 of 1920
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Hmm...surprising......Are you little scared that you might break it while trying to adjust the nozzle? try little more gently. It shouldn't be a problem moving around at all. It might be little hard first time but east going then.....

i'm turing the grey nozzle right? cuz it wont budge at all. 

 

O got it. i was literally trying to turn it, never you're suppose to move it like a joy stick.


Edited by imeem - 12/13/13 at 8:49pm
post #1388 of 1920
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i'm turing the grey nozzle right? cuz it wont budge at all. 

 

O got it. i was literally trying to turn it, never you're suppose to move it like a joy stick.

There you go, You got it.

post #1389 of 1920

My nozzles took a pretty forceful push to get them moving. Worrying about breaking them was entering my mind but they finally moved.

post #1390 of 1920
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Originally Posted by IEMagnet01 View Post
 

the VSD1S is great for jazz and classical. Instrumental music and vocal music. If you listen to, or want them for metal/rock/punk/EDM/Rap/Dubstep/ect...then these are not for you. The bass doesn't articulate well with those types of genres, and the guitars become grainy. 

That list starting with Metal does not describe me, add country and pop and you pretty much have what I don't listen to. But I after that I cover from solo acoustic guitar to Linkin Park and as far back as Muddy Waters/Albert King

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Sounds like the VSD1S are my ticket If I was to pick a love child between the VC02 and the VSD1 , but my fit issues with that style of phones is holding me back. I'm having some luck with larger tips not pushed in as far for cable down. As bonus I'm picking up a little nicer mids not having them shoved is as far.

 

The VSD1 with it's warmer/sweeter sound and the VC02 (which I'm getting a replacement for) with it clarity and controlled bass might end up being a good combo for me since they somewhat cover different ground.

 

I think both my VC02 and VSD1 need some more breaking in at louder sounds to reveal their true sound.

 

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Different question for this thread. What are people doing to keep the ear-hooks on the VSD1? I come as close to losing those as I do the drivers on the VC02 (which are getting glued on this time)

post #1391 of 1920
Are there people wearing them up without switching channels? I'm wearing my VSD1's down because I found it to difficult and annoying to wear them over my ear.
post #1392 of 1920
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Originally Posted by ezas View Post

*the VC02 (which I'm getting a replacement for)

 

**Different question for this thread. What are people doing to keep the ear-hooks on the VSD1? (which are getting glued on this time)

* Did you have to pay any $$ to get the replacement?and you just getting like the lost earpiece or a fresh set(pair)?where did you buy them LMUE?

 

**LoL man! Very Good question......I have my LE's simply lying around but will be utilised one day soon.you serious getting wires glued to ear-hooks? :atsmile:

post #1393 of 1920
I sold my VSD1S today. Just not the right sound signature for my musical needs. Still a beautiful IEM with awesome aesthetics and build.
post #1394 of 1920
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Originally Posted by Vain III View Post

Are there people wearing them up without switching channels? I'm wearing my VSD1's down because I found it to difficult and annoying to wear them over my ear.


I wear my LE both styles and w/o ear-hooks for over the ear and also no flip mod.

post #1395 of 1920
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Originally Posted by Shawn71 View Post
 

* Did you have to pay any $$ to get the replacement?and you just getting like the lost earpiece or a fresh set(pair)?where did you buy them LMUE?

 

**LoL man! Very Good question......I have my LE's simply lying around but will be utilised one day soon.you serious getting wires glued to ear-hooks? :atsmile:

 

Yeah it was LMUE

They said an "entire replacement". I emailed them about getting a single driver and they directed me to open a support ticket, which I did, but no update to it yet so no further details.

 

I think I will just glue the wires over the top to my ears. Problem solved. When I want to listen to other phones I'll wear them cable down.

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