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Originally Posted by DrSheep View Post

It sounds more complicated then in pratice.  Since if you clean your ears daily at night or in the morning, your ear should stay decently clean.  This way you should not getting much wax on the tips and they will dry off fast and clean easily.  Step 6 and 7 is more for long term storage unless you got some wax that just won't come off.
I'll be sure to follow these instructions when I get my hand on some comply tips. Thank you!
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The R-400's come with this case now, minus the clip and the bag.

Oh really? That's nice! Haven't been able to find a picture on Google images though. Have you got a picture of it? Zipper? Magnetic strip? Sturdy? How does it seem?
post #32 of 39

Like I said, it's the exact same one that was posted in that Amazon link minus the clip and the bag.

post #33 of 39
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The R-400's come with this case now, minus the clip and the bag.

Ah, that was stupid of me. When I looked at the link I only saw the egg-shaped one, so I was wondering, if there was no clip and no bag, what are they giving us? Then I scrolled down and saw the velvet bag. So it's only the egg shaped case without the velvet bag nor the silver cilp. Thanks (: Lets see if my dealer has the RE-400s that have the bag (assuming that the earlier shipments didn't)... but even if it doesn't have the bag, it's still worth the price (I suppose).

post #34 of 39
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Laaast question (as there seems to be no other suggestions): I don't need an amp, do I?

post #35 of 39

Nope.
 

post #36 of 39

+1 For the Shure 215

post #37 of 39
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Seems like a never ending battle between the Shures and the Hifimans...

One more of my never ending questions: Is the Apple iPod nano 5th gen or Xperia SP better at playing music?
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Seems like a never ending battle between the Shures and the Hifimans...

 

 

There really shouldn't be a battle at all.   Two totally different sounding IEM's.   Two totally different IEM's from a physical standpoint as well.   The ONLY things they have in common are that they are both IEM's and they both sell for the same price, but other than that, they are soooooo different.  

 

The choice should be simple.   If you want an IEM that must be worn over the ear, has a replaceable cable and has a sound sig that has enhanced bass, rolled off highs and basically has a mid-centric sound sig, get the Shures.   If you want a more balanced and accurate IEM that doesn't favor any one frequency and can be worn both over the ear and straight down and has a much smaller shell, get the RE-400's.

post #39 of 39
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Seems like a never ending battle between the Shures and the Hifimans...
 

not a battle, just fan(boy)s spreading their loves

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