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post #151 of 162

^perhaps, but not fakes. i find no OEM versions of this beauty.

about quality control, well, the sellers let you try em all you want, of course your ears will know if the description from reviews fits the sound you are hearing in the said sale pair.

 

i saw about 3 sellers online, they say it came from UK, one said from JAPAN.

post #152 of 162
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Rockboxed iPod Classic with the Pico Slim used to be my rig with the Heaven VI. It is a very good combination, and a lovely diminutive package. Get the Whiplash right exit Twaag ipod cable from Headanp when you order the Pico Slim. It's a perfect fit.


I got a secondhand Pico Slim… the synergy with my iPod is amazing… the DX90 has great synergy and better overall technicalities and spaciousness but the tonality of the iPod/Pico Slim pairing is just closer to perfect. I love my DX90 but if got the Pico beforehand… I probably wouldn't have bought the DX90. Thanks again cooperpwc.

post #153 of 162

Guys, sorry for asking here, but I have no idea on where else to find this information and FADs support is being silent.
Are these IEMs customizable? I mean, is it possible to get the driver off of it, or is it potted in there?
Thanks
 

post #154 of 162
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Guys, sorry for asking here, but I have no idea on where else to find this information and FADs support is being silent.
Are these IEMs customizable? I mean, is it possible to get the driver off of it, or is it potted in there?
Thanks
 

 

Hi - I'm not quite sure about your question but the only customization that can be done with this is changing the tips.  If you're also asking if the cable is removeable, they are not.

post #155 of 162
You could have custom tips made for them.
If you are thinking of re shelling, I suspect not as I believe that the construction is an integral part of the sound. I could be wrong.
Edited by krismusic - 12/24/14 at 10:07am
post #156 of 162

Yes, I meant reshelling
 

post #157 of 162
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You could have custom tips made for them.
If you are thinking of re shelling, I suspect not as I believe that the construction is an integral part of the sound. I could be wrong.

 

100% agree. The VI is rather expensive to begin with and a lot of cost for a single BA transplant. Even if you did reshell it in a custom shell, it most likely wouldn't sound like a VI anymore, but who knows.  To each their own.  I say "go for it."  The outcome would be at least entertaining to read.

post #158 of 162
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100% agree. The VI is rather expensive to begin with and a lot of cost for a single BA transplant. Even if you did reshell it in a custom shell, it most likely wouldn't sound like a VI anymore, but who knows.  To each their own.  I say "go for it."  The outcome would be at least entertaining to read.


Well, yeah, I know, but the question is - is that possible at all?

post #159 of 162
You could contact these guys.
http://www.uniquemelody.co.uk/
post #160 of 162
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Well, yeah, I know, but the question is - is that possible at all?

 Anything is possible.  The challenges are 1) Finding a place that'll do it; 2) Ensuring that the after sounds remotely close to the before.

post #161 of 162
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Well, yeah, I know, but the question is - is that possible at all?


It will be extremely hard to make it sound close to FAD with reshelling in my opinion, as FAD always mentioned their key point of sound tuning, will be their exclusive BAM technology, and how they utilise the material of the housing for sound resonance.

 

post #162 of 162
In addition... I believe that this is the same balanced armature as the Heaven IV and V. With the VI, you are paying for the tuning of the chrome copper shell. So if you want to try such an experiment, consider doing it with the IV and save a bundle. But I would not expect the results to have the unique wonderful qualities of the Heaven VI at all.

Honestly it strikes me as a terrible idea but - if you want to take one for the team - I will be curious as to how it turns out. :-)
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