Originally Posted by FullCircle
You Sir are a "Collector."
Thanks for the info as well.
And you, Sir, are most definitely welcome, and to be complimented on creating all of them
I could add something more to my impressions of the N6, but I'm still in the process of "understanding" the N6, and I'm the habit of remaining silent, if I'm not sure of what to say
Edited by geagle - 1/18/14 at 2:35am
One small thing that I've noticed, and that I can say as it might also benefit others, is that shallow insertion seems to make the N6 brighter, though, of course, it's a very fine line: too shallow an insertion and you break the seal, sacrificing the bass. I'm currently using a pair of complies TS-400 for tips on the N6, which, I found, gave my ears -which are definitely NOT easy to find a good fit for, unfortunately for me- the best sealing and the best bass: a very deep insertion (to the point of having the outer shell of the N6 almost flush with the outer part of the ear) makes the N6 quite dark, and almost a bit "congested" to my ears, while a relatively shallow insertion (with the IEMs sticking out, a bit, from the ears, but with the tips still very much inside - meaning that, if you grab one and try to pull it out, it doesn't, unless you do exercise some force), makes things a lot "airier".
I use the same comply TS-400 tips with the Tzar 350, BTW, and I would definitely recommend those tips to anybody who would like to boost the bass on the Tzar 350 without sacrificing any of the treble (and no, the N6 definitely does NOT need a boost in the bass - it's just that, for my ears, the complies TS-400 are currently the tips that work best also for the N6, compared to the 4 different stock ones that I tried).
Edited, because what did appear on my screen was quite different from it should have been, with some parts missing :) ….