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Sorry to hear that. Yes, let's hope that the aluminum fix the problem.

 

 

Never mind the carbon fibre CIEM shells - I want aluminium CIEM shells!   (I'll try to pretend that aluminium isn't toxic :tongue:)

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How does this headphones compare to 13pro FreqPhase?  Which is more reference quality?

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Never mind the carbon fibre CIEM shells - I want aluminium CIEM shells!   (I'll try to pretend that aluminium isn't toxic tongue.gif )

Titanium could do the trick...right:p? I just think that it will be a bit more expensive than $500 extra...
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Titanium could do the trick...right:p? I just think that it will be a bit more expensive than $500 extra...

 

Joking aside, it's not far off - 3D printing can already make metal items.

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Joking aside, it's not far off - 3D printing can already make metal items.

Haha when I encounter a titanium IEM... It is seriously going to hurt my wallet.
About the 3D printing, it would be awesome to be able to reshell yourself:)!
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Haha when I encounter a titanium IEM... It is seriously going to hurt my wallet.
About the 3D printing, it would be awesome to be able to reshell yourself:)!

 

Yep.  There will soon be pre-configured kits available, of BA drivers + crossovers + couplers, filters etc. Then you'll 3D-print your shells at home, using a digital impression-scan file that you have saved on your hard drive from the last time you visited your audiologist.

 

A bit of careful gluing of the components into the new shells, and sealing the faceplate, thereafter, and you'll be good-to-go.  This will massively reduce the time it takes to obtain a new pair of CIEMs.

 

I expect to see this within the next 5 years or so.

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Haha when I encounter a titanium IEM... It is seriously going to hurt my wallet.
About the 3D printing, it would be awesome to be able to reshell yourself:)!

 

Reminds me of Suyama-san's titanium 334...

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Reminds me of Suyama-san's titanium 334...
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Yep.  There will soon be pre-configured kits available, of BA drivers + crossovers + couplers, filters etc. Then you'll 3D-print your shells at home, using a digital impression-scan file that you have saved on your hard drive from the last time you visited your audiologist.

A bit of careful gluing of the components into the new shells, and sealing the faceplate, thereafter, and you'll be good-to-go.  This will massively reduce the time it takes to obtain a new pair of CIEMs.

I expect to see this within the next 5 years or so.

Awesome:)
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I don't really fancy putting a metal IEM in my ear in the winter! Although as it froze & grafted with my skin I suppose the seal would be second to none so maybe the SQ would improve?

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How does this headphones compare to 13pro FreqPhase?  Which is more reference quality?

I don't know because I don't have the JH13 FP.  However, the sound (Setting 2oclock) it's very netural and smooth resovling so far...i'm still burning it since 1/30...it's very revealing generally.

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I wish someone loan me AK120 for a week, just like to test it out with Roxy.  :rolleyes:

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I wish someone loan me AK120 for a week, just like to test it out with Roxy.  :rolleyes:

 

Or an X5?

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Or an X5?

yeah...I'll take that too  :biggrin:

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I am sure it will play them fine jerry is using for the demo of the Roxanne. But there is so many choices in daps right now I would not know what to buy . As for me I am using a now old and outdated hibino HDP r10. You can get new ones now for half the price I payed for it about 1 1/2 years ago.

Al
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I am sure it will play them fine jerry is using for the demo of the Roxanne. But there is so many choices in daps right now I would not know what to buy . As for me I am using a now old and outdated hibino HDP r10. You can get new ones now for half the price I payed for it about 1 1/2 years ago.

Al

 

Still a superb DAP, from a strictly SQ POV. I'm sure the Roxys will sound superb driven by it :beerchug:

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