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The difference is... those Germans are very efficient!
post #4292 of 7217
Wow relax. No CIEM can have rough edges. They would cut you. . JHAUDIO is very good too. UM is below both of them. You will be fine . Did you by CF. Or acrylic ?

The acrylic will be perfect.

Al
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- I am a BIG fan of ALRAINBOW.
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What about CF?
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CF. Is much harder to make perfect. That's why. So did you order CF ?
Al
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Pfft, did I order. I'm at college. Can't afford to but a MacBook, let alone fork out that kind of money for some earphones just yet..
Are the shells actually made of CF or just a thin layer under the acrylic, if so that's very gimmicky.. and cheap.
Oh, and pics please!
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You might want to try to get in touch with somebody who has device known as a computer. I personally recommends a website called Google, which could help you find images and other things. If you don't know how to use it just ask here or a friend familiar with it.

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How do you think I'm on the website..
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How do you think I'm on the website..

Power of thought (master) :D

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Yes I did, with detailed explanation. As I said, visibly, I don't see any work being done.
get a new impression for right ear..now they have no excuse but to remold it again. Maybe they did changed it a bit, but it's too small to db noticed..
But I am not surprised if they have done nothing. Because I sent back my jh16 for channel balancing before, they send them back to me, unchanged.
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May I ask you what as wrong with the iem,s ?

Al
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If it was too small you could always use plastic warp to add some thickness.

That's what I did with mine.

If it was too big, then the only way to do it is to sand it down but then you'll void the warranty.

(unless you're using a very fine sand papers even JHA can't tell the difference)

 

Edit:

btw this is not a permanent solution, it is just a way to find where the problems lies using easily accessible material.


Edited by ChainRazer - 3/7/14 at 4:52pm
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If it was too small you could always use plastic warp to add some thickness.
That's what I did with mine.
If it was too big, then the only way to do it is to sand it down but then you'll void the warranty.
(unless you're using a very fine sand papers even JHA can't tell the difference)
I have tried it before both by myself or a audiologist...the result wasn't good.. It can cause other area not fit... Fitting is a very strange thing.. Normally if I didn't get it right for the first time..I would never get it right no matter how many times I send them back...
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I have tried it before both by myself or a audiologist...the result wasn't good.. It can cause other area not fit... Fitting is a very strange thing.. Normally if I didn't get it right for the first time..I would never get it right no matter how many times I send them back...

What I found out after months of experimenting with plastic warp is that the canal & aperture are the area that affect isolation (probably comfort, too).

Especially the back-bottom area of the canal-aperture area.

Don't quote me on this though, this is just based on countless trial and error of using plastic warps.

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Or is it just a matter of giving it time until your ears adjust to the fit. But if the shell is small which affect isolation, there is no other way but to send them back for a refit.

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