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post #16 of 20
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Originally Posted by loki993 View Post

ok just got the she3590s from CVS, so far Im not seeing it....tell me they open up after some burn in. So far they sound very tight, a little thin and the vocals are recessed. I am definitely tell the clarity's there though. 

That is what they will sound like with stock tips. Try hybrids.

post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by carltonh View Post

That is what they will sound like with stock tips. Try hybrids.

I did.....helped a little..

post #18 of 20

Make sure you're getting a good seal. If you think you are then just shove em even deeper biggrin.gif

A good way to get a good seal is to open your mouth and relax your jaw, then pull up on the top of your ear while pushing the bud in wiht your other hand.

post #19 of 20
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I thought I had gotten them in there pretty good. 

post #20 of 20
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Originally Posted by jmoore914 View Post

Make sure you're getting a good seal. If you think you are then just shove em even deeper biggrin.gif

A good way to get a good seal is to... pull up on the top of your ear while pushing the bud in with your other hand.

^This…
Also they might sound a bit better with burn-in. I use this two hand ear-tugging technique when putting in tri-flange water earplugs for swimming or sleeping, and all my iems as well... They will sound warm and slightly bassy, not thin & recessed(except mids a little), but still with good clarity throughout the FR if you do, in fact, have a good seal.
Edited by Ap616 - 8/2/13 at 1:00pm
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