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Got my fedex tracking number last night...eta is this friday...woohoo... now lets hope it actually fits..
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Would anyone owning a pair of JH Roxanne that has also auditioned the ES5s be kind enough to make a comparison between the two?
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so...my left monitor has four sound bore holes and my right has three.. Is this something I should worry about or is that something that happens depending on size of the monitor and I can take comfort that its tuned individualy anyway?


Not sure, maybe better email JH about it...maybe take some pics of it and send them in. (the pics that is)

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so...my left monitor has four sound bore holes and my right has three.. Is this something I should worry about or is that something that happens depending on size of the monitor and I can take comfort that its tuned individualy anyway?

 

They should only have three so it seems like they may have misdrilled one... each hole has a tube connected to it, and as long as the 3 are hooked up you should be good - only cosmetic.  Are yours translucent?

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Originally Posted by PunkDad View Post

so...my left monitor has four sound bore holes and my right has three.. Is this something I should worry about or is that something that happens depending on size of the monitor and I can take comfort that its tuned individualy anyway?

Wow~! didn't see that coming....

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Maybe they gave him extra drivers. Lmao. I am sure they will send him a replacement . Is it CF or acrylic ?

Ps I am changing my avatar.
Otto is this one ok. Or do you know Kenny G or miles Davis.
Al
Edited by ALRAINBOW - 3/3/14 at 4:37pm
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I wouldn't worry. I'd assume they drilled three and had to change the position of one, so drilled the fourth. So, you still have 3 driver holes coming through each side. The extra hole shouldn't affect anything. <---- my assumption only. I'd still call and ask them if all is well. 


Edited by robm321 - 3/3/14 at 6:10pm
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Does anyone have good advice for a successful refit?

 

I get a good seal but my right earpiece is slightly large to the point of being a bit uncomfy... JH Audio asked ot give specific info on where it's tight, but I can't for certain point to anything specific.  It feels like my jaw must have been slightly shifted when I took the impressions - just larger overall.

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Shouldn't it be just 1 for each (treble, mid, bass)?
I've never heard of one that has more than 3 bores.
Fewer bores eg. 2 are usually for those who have a smaller ear canal.
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Does anyone have good advice for a successful refit?

 

I get a good seal but my right earpiece is slightly large to the point of being a bit uncomfy... JH Audio asked ot give specific info on where it's tight, but I can't for certain point to anything specific.  It feels like my jaw must have been slightly shifted when I took the impressions - just larger overall.

Feel where the pain is coming from after use, then use JH Audio's online tool to identify the problem area.

 

Also - you sure you are inserting it correctly? Search it up on youtube for how to properly insert the IEM.

 

In the mean time, keep wearing them as long as you could even not listening. I had the same issue but it disappeared.

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FYI, if you have impression with JH, and ur current JH IEM is good fit, don't have to redo impression again. I use the same impression from my JH16FP build and still perfect this time for my Roxanne.

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Feel where the pain is coming from after use, then use JH Audio's online tool to identify the problem area.

 

Also - you sure you are inserting it correctly? Search it up on youtube for how to properly insert the IEM.

 

In the mean time, keep wearing them as long as you could even not listening. I had the same issue but it disappeared.

 



Same thing happened to me with JH16. It's also the right ear where I had the soreness. But it disappeared after a week. However I never have that experience yet with Roxanne. It's been 2 weeks now. Give it some time.
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Y be concern if you can't hear the difference?
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