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[Review] InEar Stage Diver 3 - An experience - Page 47
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Do you have a picture? It does not sound like the stock cable at all - or any default CIEM-like cable for that matter.
Did you purchase the SD3 new or used? Maybe somebody replaced the cable?
Huh? Please show an image. I wrap around my Itouch and may spin a little whilst unwrapping but nothing of concern.
You forgot to mention that these are probably the best non CIEM that you could possibly buy.
take your time mate, glad you finished moving must be pain in the rear all this stuffing packing and unpacking.
Migo, do not worry, from all i heard SD3 must be very interesting IEMs. will see what they up to. just remember i am not professional reviewer and Headphone supremus status for me is akin an umbrella for a fish.
i am just crazy audiophile who loves find something special in music and gear, you know this is like with pianos, you will love many them like Steinway (my favorite), Bosendorfer, Fazzioli, Yamaha, Bechstein and similar.... they are all lovely pianos and i would be happy with any of them.... but they are different beasts too and for me Steinway tops all them. Even old Estonia grand piano will wow you because it is a good one.
same goes about IEMs, i can happily live with all IEMs i like and can see which IEM does best particular things... but if i do not like then i do not like. this does not mean anything in sense bad or good, it just means my ears were not impressed.
so do not expect me to be a judge, i am just a humble rambler here
It's the same for me but with guitars, I'm a Fender fan with a preference for the Stratocaster
The SD3 are not tuned for classical music, they are done for modern music and with my style of music they move really well.
Anyway there are many different taste for music and sound and everyone can find the best IEM for their own preference. /Thanks Headfi
If everyone liked the same it would not be funny !