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Poll Results: Which one would you order??

 
  • 74% (281)
    Carbo Tenore
  • 25% (98)
    Carbo Basso
379 Total Votes  
post #1951 of 5986
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Originally Posted by Pastapipo View Post
 

Wow! Ordered ZA Tenore on 18 May , received them today (26 May)!

That's what I call fast shipping, my turds take longer to arrive that this! :ksc75smile:

Ordered from amazon.com (Comtachi Japan) to the Netherlands. 

 

I'll post my impressions soon.

Lol, I also ordered mine that date and they came today as well. Got my from an  Japanese eBay seller though :beerchug:

post #1952 of 5986
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Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
 

Lol, I also ordered mine that date and they came today as well. Got my from an  Japanese eBay seller though :beerchug:

:beerchug: They must have used the new JSF to deliver us these kittens.

post #1953 of 5986
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Originally Posted by Pastapipo View Post
 

:beerchug: They must have used the new JSF to deliver us these kittens.

Yes, for sure.

 

First impressions are very good. Haven't got this WOW factor since I got my Havi B3Pro's. They're in the same league.

post #1954 of 5986
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Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
 

Yes, for sure.

 

First impressions are very good. Haven't got this WOW factor since I got my Havi B3Pro's. They're in the same league.

 

Yeah I love their balance and detail already.

 

Listen to this: http://youtu.be/fIg5tf5wLTk :deadhorse:

 

From down deep to crisp highs without effort.

post #1955 of 5986

For those who were looking for more airy vocals and punchier/tighter bass, try the Meelectronics M6/A161P tips from the first post.  I've tried Sony Hybrid , Comply S-200, and stock tips.  To my ears, there is less treble extension with S-200, but if you're going for a smoother sound, then you might prefer this.  However, I don't find them nearly as airy.  If you have M6/A161P double flange tips, would like to hear your impressions.

 

I've tried the same tips on the KC06 that I just received and they make KC06 more airy and punchy as well, compared to stock, sony hybrid, and v-moda bliss.

post #1956 of 5986
Sold most stuff because of the tenore and keeping some such as doppios dn2000 , dn1000 , cardas ....etc..😅
post #1957 of 5986
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Originally Posted by Grayson73 View Post

 

I've tried the same tips on the KC06 that I just received and they make KC06 more airy and punchy as well, compared to stock, sony hybrid, and v-moda bliss.

 

Indeed they do. Digging the combo very much! Won't work when I'm sleeping because the tips are too long for that. But otherwise, great!

post #1958 of 5986
Mh1 tips on tenore is awesome and great for sleeping as well😃
post #1959 of 5986
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Originally Posted by Samehada View Post

- cable seems to be the weakest link on these

Maybe someone should ask ZMF if he wants to / can recable the tenore.
Is there something wrong with the cable? I think it's superb as long as it holds up well... I haven't heard anyone report otherwise. :-o
Edited by luisdent - 5/26/14 at 3:35pm
post #1960 of 5986
Need thicker cable I think 😌
post #1961 of 5986
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Originally Posted by mochill View Post

Need thicker cable I think 😌
But it's so compact and supple!!! Lol
post #1962 of 5986
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Originally Posted by luisdent View Post


Is there something wrong with the cable? I think it's superb as long as it holds up well... I haven't heard anyone report otherwise. :-o

 

They are extremly thin. Iam afraid that I will tear them in an unlucky moment with the zipper of jacket or something along those lines.

post #1963 of 5986
Cardas clear cable on it will be epic😱
post #1964 of 5986
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Originally Posted by Samehada View Post
 
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Originally Posted by luisdent View Post


Is there something wrong with the cable? I think it's superb as long as it holds up well... I haven't heard anyone report otherwise. :-o

 

They are extremly thin. Iam afraid that I will tear them in an unlucky moment with the zipper of jacket or something along those lines.

 

I wouldn't call them "extremely" thin. They are fairly average for small earphones. And I have a bunch of other iems with the same size wires that hold up just fine. Maybe they aren't the thickest, but it really does make them light, flexible and comfortable. I wouldn't change them personally unless they ultimately fail often, but again, I haven't heard any bad reports. :-)

post #1965 of 5986

On another note, I've modified my storage again. :-P I know, what a geek... The mini altoids is awesome, but then I'm carrying two separate things everywhere, which might be nice in some situations, but I prefer simplicity and over preparedness. haha. As if those went together. :-P Here's my current setup, which I find excellent.

 

I put a piece of foam lengthwise in teh normal sized altoids case. The clip zip fits so perfectly bottom to top in the case, that the foam simply keeps it from sliding around and messing with the earphones. That leaves a space that is actually slightly larger than the mini altoids case still. Wrap the 'phones and put them there, and I then put my little emergency 3.5 interconnect I made with a bag of assorted tips on top of everything. The bag of tips keeps everything snug but not tight. I might be able to use the bag in place of the foam. Still playing around, but nothing moves and everything is compact. :-) And my 128gb microSD card should be here tomorrow!!!

 

 


Edited by luisdent - 5/26/14 at 4:06pm
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