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post #421 of 658
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Originally Posted by AmberOzL View Post
 

All I can say, I will never ever do any business with JHA and their un-etic customer service even if they brought the best-holy cow-awesome-over 9000 good sounding ciems. No way man. I prefer to throw my money in thrash rather than becoming their customer.


I've read about very good customer support experiences from some other people..

post #422 of 658
Its inconsistent at best. The jh3a and to a lesser extent the Roxanne probably didn't help them the way they handled orders and delays
post #423 of 658

I would like to have a cable with microphone for use with my Iphone. Does any one know of a 2 pin connector cable (JHA standard) that has remote control and microphone? 

post #424 of 658
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Originally Posted by Lindskog View Post
 

I would like to have a cable with microphone for use with my Iphone. Does any one know of a 2 pin connector cable (JHA standard) that has remote control and microphone? 

Was JH audio just normal 2 pin, or protruding 2 pin, like UE? UE offers 2 pin iPhone cable for their ciems.

post #425 of 658
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Originally Posted by kimvictor View Post

Was JH audio just normal 2 pin, or protruding 2 pin, like UE? UE offers 2 pin iPhone cable for their ciems.

Iirc UE has proprietary pins..... JH should be industry standard AFAIK
post #426 of 658
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Originally Posted by Lindskog View Post


I would like to have a cable with microphone for use with my Iphone. Does any one know of a 2 pin connector cable (JHA standard) that has remote control and microphone? 



Both westone and jha offered that type of cable, I'm not sure if they still do

Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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post #427 of 658
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Originally Posted by Lindskog View Post

 

I would like to have a cable with microphone for use with my Iphone. Does any one know of a 2 pin connector cable (JHA standard) that has remote control and microphone? 

 

This?

http://www.jhaudio.com/product/mic-cable-smart-phone

post #428 of 658

CIEM question. Have a pair that don't seem to sound quite 'right' and they seal fine with jaw closed but unseal when mouth moves say into a facial expression or opening and closing (impressions taken with jaw open about 1cm, no biteblock). I see now that many IEM makers require open mouth impressions to be taken, I can't recall which OEM instruction sheet I gave my audiologist but this did not mention it, I then gave my impressions to another company as I changed my kind about which IEMs I wanted.

 

Audiologist saw them moving and claims they're not meant to, but would like opinions from the wisdom of CIEM users here, thanks.

post #429 of 658
If I lose a lot of bass when I listen lying down is this normal or do I need a refit?
post #430 of 658
To my mind both of you need to reshell your CIEM with a better set of ear impressions. Losing bass is exactly symptomatic of losing fit.
post #431 of 658
Thread Starter 

Hmm... a quick question. So, will the sound quality change if I get my UE ciem reshelled by UM?

post #432 of 658
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Hmm... a quick question. So, will the sound quality change if I get my UE ciem reshelled by UM?

http://cymbacavum.com/2014/06/14/universal-to-custom-reshell-things-to-know-beforehand/

post #433 of 658
Thread Starter 

Hehe. Of course, Yeo wrote a review on it. I met him at Singapore and asked him that too :p

Though it was kind of unclear for how the custom to custom reshelling would work.

post #434 of 658
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If I lose a lot of bass when I listen lying down is this normal or do I need a refit?

 

 

if you feel you need a refit, due to the fact that you have sound leakage in the laying position....  be sure to get your new impressions, while you are in a laying position......

 

but don't be surprised if you have sound leakage when you are in a sitting up position after that.

Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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post #435 of 658
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Originally Posted by Useraid View Post
 

CIEM question. Have a pair that don't seem to sound quite 'right' and they seal fine with jaw closed but unseal when mouth moves say into a facial expression or opening and closing (impressions taken with jaw open about 1cm, no biteblock). I see now that many IEM makers require open mouth impressions to be taken, I can't recall which OEM instruction sheet I gave my audiologist but this did not mention it, I then gave my impressions to another company as I changed my kind about which IEMs I wanted.

 

Audiologist saw them moving and claims they're not meant to, but would like opinions from the wisdom of CIEM users here, thanks.

 

A simple test:

 

 

Place your pinky deep into your ear canal, and open your mouth, move your jaw around...   you will feel the ear canal changeing in shape.  Your ear canal is not static, it changes in shape with jaw movement, neck movement, head position etc etc.....   I'd be shocked if your audiologist didn't know this.

Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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