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post #46 of 55
Just bought a pair...
post #47 of 55
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Originally Posted by Syan25 View Post

Just bought a pair...


how are you getting on with them?

post #48 of 55

I'm still waiting on i-parcel to deliver....I feel annoyed. I bought these based on your review. I am looking forward to hearing them,,,,how long do you recommend for burn-in?

post #49 of 55
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well i personally always do 100 hours for a burn in.  its my standard just do regardless because somethings want a burn in and some dont at all.  its been said taht a burn in tames the edge on the highs here which i can kinda go along with.  i also swapped to the nice foam tips they come with so i put it down to that myself.

 

really though, for most things a burn in is an icing thing.  its really not something you need, you certaily dont need to worry about it but if you want to use them as normal do so.  if you want to burn them in, then use as normal and when your not listenedng to them, let them play for a handfull of days to let their legs loosen up.

post #50 of 55

With these, I just couldn't get a fit. The smaller single-flanges did not isolate properly. The larger ones simply did not go into my ear without pain. Only the large double-flange kinda worked, but it still took frequent readjustment. Guess my ears are weird. With regular style IEMs (Panasonic RP-HJE120, Klipsch S4 II, Soundmagic E10), I can safely use any small, single-flange tip and it works fine.

post #51 of 55
I normally do 40 hours on headphones....thanks for your tips and I'll let you know when I get them.
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With these, I just couldn't get a fit. The smaller single-flanges did not isolate properly. The larger ones simply did not go into my ear without pain. Only the large double-flange kinda worked, but it still took frequent readjustment. Guess my ears are weird. With regular style IEMs (Panasonic RP-HJE120, Klipsch S4 II, Soundmagic E10), I can safely use any small, single-flange tip and it works fine.

 

did you try the foam tips?  i liked them greatly myself.

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I normally do 40 hours on headphones....thanks for your tips and I'll let you know when I get them.

 

grand, fingers crossed you like them :beerchug:

post #53 of 55

GRAND...it finally came. Burning in now...

 

BTW  - what part of Edinburgh are you from? I am from Leeds - but have spent lots of time in Edinburgh,,,especially Leith. 

post #54 of 55

With Comply foams, I found that I needed a smaller size for my slightly smaller left ear.  The have fairly large nozzles.  I haven't had to do that with other earphones, such as the Ety4S, which obviously have a small nozzle.  

Love the sound, don't appreciate the driver flex though.

post #55 of 55
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Originally Posted by Syan25 View Post
 

GRAND...it finally came. Burning in now...

 

BTW  - what part of Edinburgh are you from? I am from Leeds - but have spent lots of time in Edinburgh,,,especially Leith. 


well im not really from edinburgh, am from stirling.  atm in edinburgh im in Granton but have lived in a few places in the city.  if you google the new telford college im more or less across the road from it.

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