I'm a musician who play on stage regularly.
I love my TF10 in-ears (moved from Super.Fi 5 Pro in the early days to these). Been using these for years.
The cable is wearing out though and I figured this is the time to upgrade.
However, the UE900 - the next logical upgrade is not for me. 1. I'd rather splurge and get customs if I was going to spend that much money... 2. The triple.fi's sound is good enough for me (I always snicker when I see comments that say musicians NEED 'special' extremely flat IEMs...In truth, in ear monitoring is never perfect, often dirty and noisy, and sometimes even mixed in mono - that 1db hump in the midrange is not going to matter for real onstage use..). The TF10 is perfect: extends well, bumps the mid-low perfectly to let me 'feel' the bass drum and keep me in time, and the treble is incredible to hear hi-hats and the electric.
What I want is a good fit! I'm sick of the triple fi's fit and the way they look on me when I'm on screen, lol. I look like a frankenstein.
So: my compromise is to get the Triple.Fi reshelled.
What's the best way to do it for me, who lives in Vancouver, Canada. How much money am I looking at if I want to do this??
Also, will it change the sound signature at all?
Thanks all for your help in advance!
Edited by teknikal90 - 5/27/13 at 4:15pm