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Poll Results: Which one would you order??

 
  • 70% (131)
    Carbo Tenore
  • 29% (56)
    Carbo Basso
187 Total Votes  
post #871 of 4314
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Originally Posted by nekromantik View Post

Just got my fake hybrid tips today and while they sound good and provide better seal they are as uncomfortable as the stock tips!

Shame as they sound good!

Only tips which dont pain after a while are the double flanges.


Try Sony MH1C tips - they are very comfortable and sound great.

post #872 of 4314
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Originally Posted by drbluenewmexico View Post

how do you tune the bass on the BASSOS?  i heard they were adjustable in some way.  what to do?  thanks, drblue

Tip rolling did it for me. It doesn't change the bass much but bringing the upper half of the freq forward makes the Basso sound less warmer.
post #873 of 4314

If only my double flange tips didn't feel so uncomfortable in my ears..:(

 

I got the clear double flange tips from MEElec on eBay. I'm not sure what it is; they just make my ears hurt after like 5-10 minutes of having them in. I never normally use double flange tips though (Never have)

post #874 of 4314

 First impression is that the bass is very full and tight.

Anyone feel that the stock tips they gave are not the usual one you get from ATH or Sony? Or was it me? confused.gif

post #875 of 4314

Does anyone use them with the stock tips? I'm about to order these, but i guess it won't be that easy/cheap to get the most recommended tips in Europe.

post #876 of 4314
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Originally Posted by journeyy View Post

Does anyone use them with the stock tips? I'm about to order these, but i guess it won't be that easy/cheap to get the most recommended tips in Europe.


The best tips for these are the MH1C tips - you'll have to pay another 40$ for the whole earphone just to get the tips.

The stock tips sound and fit much worse.

post #877 of 4314
post #878 of 4314

That link looks like the same tips.  Also, if Sony hybrids are easier to get, those work well also.  

post #879 of 4314


Yes, the tips are exactly the same.

post #880 of 4314
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Originally Posted by DannyBai View Post

That link looks like the same tips.  Also, if Sony hybrids are easier to get, those work well also.  


The hybrids aren't as good, they are stiffer.

post #881 of 4314
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Originally Posted by BenF View Post


The hybrids aren't as good, they are stiffer.

Matter of preference but the hybrids are some of the better tips around.  MH1C tips are great also.  I actually use the stock tips and find no discomfort with them.  

post #882 of 4314
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Originally Posted by DannyBai View Post

Matter of preference but the hybrids are some of the better tips around.  MH1C tips are great also.  I actually use the stock tips and find no discomfort with them.  


It's not that they are not comfortable, it's just that MH1C ones fit better and stay in much longer.

post #883 of 4314
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Originally Posted by BenF View Post


The best tips for these are the MH1C tips - you'll have to pay another 40$ for the whole earphone just to get the tips.

The stock tips sound and fit much worse.

I thought the best tips were the meelectronics M6 double flange tips.

post #884 of 4314
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Originally Posted by Grayson73 View Post

I thought the best tips were the meelectronics M6 double flange tips.


They are good, but not as good.

post #885 of 4314

I've been asking around about a few IEMs and it seems like the Tenores would be a great choice for me. Can anyone here tell me how well they'd do with "busy" music (and how well they separate instruments)? Also, are they comfortable when worn over-the-ear?

Finally, is Tenso the best way to buy these? (from Europe, if that matters)

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