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Try foamies the brand. They have them with a plastic tip inside the foam and they are pretty long. So do not push them on all the way at first . Then squeeze them while rolling them to compress them. Incert. I would not try gels as they make things warmer and they fall out of your ears after a while .
Al
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The cable smells horrible! Need to air it out for a few days.

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Anyone making aftermarket Cables yet? Where can I get my hands on some of those connectors? I'd like to make my own.
post #4684 of 8306
I believe plus sound has made one and i know double helix is on its way as well!
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Originally Posted by Cotnijoe View Post

I believe plus sound has made one and i know double helix is on its way as well!

I don't see it listed on plus sounds website.
I guess they're getting the connector right from jh?
post #4686 of 8306
I know they had one showing at the recent socal headfi meet. Idk much more than that. Id email christian directly if u wanna know more about availability and pricing
post #4687 of 8306
The one they had there was a prototype. It looked nice but needs a little work. It needed a wire guide on the earpieces end to hold the cable in position around the ear. I won't speak to the sound as it was pretty noisy in the room when I tried it.

Edit; it had the clear plastic collars on it, also.
Edited by bearFNF - 3/28/14 at 12:17pm
post #4688 of 8306

received my roxannes today, luckily everything is fine , ordered cf on bf but switched to acrylic. will post pics soon ,

now waiting for ak 240 and dhc cable 

post #4689 of 8306

So the universal version I received  includes only one set of tips and not even one cheapo cleaning tool. Shure even includes two cable 48 and 64 inches with their less expensive SE846 universal IEM.

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JH replied... They aren't going to provide the 4 pin plug to the general public. Approved aftermarket cable makers only.
That's not good....
post #4691 of 8306
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JH replied... They aren't going to provide the 4 pin plug to the general public. Approved aftermarket cable makers only.
That's not good....

My heart just sank. Really, JHA?
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Originally Posted by wickson View Post

JH replied... They aren't going to provide the 4 pin plug to the general public. Approved aftermarket cable makers only.
That's not good....

 

That's not how Jerry answered the question last December's Mook festival. He said they will provide all the necessary materials for those who goes DIY.

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That's not how Jerry answered the question last December's Mook festival. He said they will provide all the necessary materials for those who goes DIY.

Maybe they've changed their position, I was definitely told that I couldn't buy them.
Already purchased 45ft of litz and a bunch of resistors. Not impressed.
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Maybe they've changed their position, I was definitely told that I couldn't buy them.
Already purchased 45ft of litz and a bunch of resistors. Not impressed.

 

I have the same plan, build 3 cables with fixed resistor which will give different bass settings. Oh well, there goes another slap on the face from JH.

post #4695 of 8306
The only silver carbon resistors I could find. They are huge though!
http://www.duelundaudio.com/Resistors.asp
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