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In search of replacment Monster Turbine filters

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Mine are starting to get clogged and I am losing lots of sound quality. 

 

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Anyone?

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With filters, what you mean is tips? There are some different tips, What do you want? Foam, Silicone?

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the filter isn't really replaceable, pretty sure they're glued on. you could try dipping them in hydrogen peroxide and letting them sit a for a while to disintegrate the earwax but make sure you don't dunk the whole earphones in, just dip the nozzle with the filter in.

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Originally Posted by blackmarket View Post
 

the filter isn't really replaceable, pretty sure they're glued on. you could try dipping them in hydrogen peroxide and letting them sit a for a while to disintegrate the earwax but make sure you don't dunk the whole earphones in, just dip the nozzle with the filter in.


Thanks. That's something I will be trying. I have had the filters off of these before so that's not really a problem. I also ran across this post which is another thing I could look into.
 

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With filters, what you mean is tips? There are some different tips, What do you want? Foam, Silicone?


The little screen is the part I am looking for 


Edited by racer_x124 - 10/30/13 at 11:19am
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