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post #286 of 316
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Originally Posted by midnightwalker View Post

Yes, that is the one. I am looking for the purple sleeving :D

 

I got mine here:

 

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/6-4mm-x-3m-Length-Techflex-Flexo-PET-Expandable-Braided-Cable-Sleeve-/331015585306?pt=AU_Building_Materials&var=&hash=item4d1210fe1a

 

pretty sure you'd be able to find one nearer your area.

post #287 of 316

Have you seen the new Cypher Labs Piccolo? (I couldn't find a thread and don't feel like making one)

post #288 of 316
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Originally Posted by Ultrainferno View Post
 

Have you seen the new Cypher Labs Piccolo? (I couldn't find a thread and don't feel like making one)


yep saw the Piccolo, looks promising, waiting on first impressions.

post #289 of 316
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Originally Posted by midnightwalker View Post

Yes, that is the one. I am looking for the purple sleeving biggrin.gif


Lol you rather *beep* me first and then your nt6pro beerchug.gif  boom boom boom on bass =))

U used a very wrong term to describe my "1 to rule all" ciem,its bass should be broom broom broom(due to the boost section is 40hz and below lol)
post #290 of 316
If i go balanced for my ciem with 720,will i get more hiss as the voltage swing x2???anyone experience theorem with balanced ciem plzzzz
post #291 of 316
I am curious about this as well - I plan to convert one my iem cables to balanced.
post #292 of 316
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Originally Posted by hotfever View Post

If i go balanced for my ciem with 720,will i get more hiss as the voltage swing x2???anyone experience theorem with balanced ciem plzzzz

Absolutely no hiss with my HE400 skuld4 balanced but with IEM Miracle TCSW SE.
post #293 of 316
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Originally Posted by singleended58 View Post

Absolutely no hiss with my HE400 skuld4 balanced but with IEM Miracle TCSW SE.

So ur saying : balanced with absolute no-hiss,se with absolute yes-hiss lol,doesnt matter how many ohm ur iem is,if it is balanced termination we ll be in hiss free zone ????
post #294 of 316
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Originally Posted by hotfever View Post

So ur saying : balanced with absolute no-hiss,se with absolute yes-hiss lol,doesnt matter how many ohm ur iem is,if it is balanced termination we ll be in hiss free zone ????

I think more hiss mostly with sensitive IEM such as Miracle.
post #295 of 316
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Originally Posted by singleended58 View Post

I think more hiss mostly with sensitive IEM such as Miracle.

...and Heir 4ai with TCWW balanced which is weird and I guess it depends to the 3rd party cable (?)
post #296 of 316
I think we just miss my concern : balanced vs se on theorem for the hiss issue
post #297 of 316

just 3 more weeks to wait, and I'll be able to test both the theorem and the heir audio 5.0, I must admit that patience is a hard virtue to learn:)

post #298 of 316
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Originally Posted by deanorthk View Post
 

just 3 more weeks to wait, and I'll be able to test both the theorem and the heir audio 5.0, I must admit that patience is a hard virtue to learn:)

 

Congratz on your decision. Theorem is a great choice.

post #299 of 316
Any of You have tried another lod câble between iPhone and the theorem to see if it really improve things?
post #300 of 316
You kind of have to otherwise just amping iPhone headphone output. If you are doing that might as well save money and get a fiio.

But your ears as to what you hear and perceive.
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