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post #286 of 423
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Any recommendations for tips that can be bought in-store or online? I don't have other IEMs to try switching tips with.

 

 

I've found that the UE900 silicon tips work best. I was using the MA750 tips on it, but that actually gave it more bass (it doesn't need anymore bass...lol).

post #287 of 423
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Originally Posted by ericp10 View Post


I've found that the UE900 silicon tips work best. I was using the MA750 tips on it, but that actually gave it more bass (it doesn't need anymore bass...lol).

Are those available to buy online? I think I found them here http://mobile.logitech.com/en-gb/promotions/6423 but they are £10!
post #288 of 423

You guys were right, the stock tips are bad. I'm using Sony hybrid tips now and the bass is more controlled.

post #289 of 423

I actually like the stock tips, but the only issue i'm having is that the left one doesn't stay inside, my ear keeps rejecting it, and it's only the left side. Might as well order me up a pair of those Sony Hybrid tips...

post #290 of 423
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Originally Posted by Kukyo View Post

I actually like the stock tips, but the only issue i'm having is that the left one doesn't stay inside, my ear keeps rejecting it, and it's only the left side. Might as well order me up a pair of those Sony Hybrid tips...

Does the samething for me, but both sides, no matter how deep I insert the headphones. I've tried using some triple-flange and they still fall out. frown.gif They sound great, but I think I'm going to end up selling my pair.
post #291 of 423

I use a very shallow insertion with these. I'm used to going much deeper, but with these I push in enough to get a seal and they somehow stay like that.

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RadioShack big bore tips work best for me. Sony tips are short btw.
post #293 of 423
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RadioShack big bore tips work best for me. Sony tips are short btw.

Auvio tips are my favorite; they're the radioshack tips you're referring to. However, I've tried every size from xs to xl and only the smallest tips will fit comfortable in my ear, but still manages to allow the headphones to slide out. I think I might pick up some Sony Hybrids to see if that helps.
post #294 of 423
Anyone in the US looking for IM70's I have decided, after much anguish, to part with mine. Hit up the signature. I'll probably be spending time with my TH-7BB & Ol' Trusty VSD1 until I find a new IEM. I'm thinking the AX-35 looks nice.
post #295 of 423

Tips from Philips SHE3590 works very well for IM50.

post #296 of 423
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Originally Posted by Gee Simpson View Post


Are those available to buy online? I think I found them here http://mobile.logitech.com/en-gb/promotions/6423 but they are £10!

 

 

Those are the tips. I think you can only buy legitimate ones from Logitech.

post #297 of 423
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Originally Posted by Vain III View Post

Anyone in the US looking for IM70's I have decided, after much anguish, to part with mine. Hit up the signature. I'll probably be spending time with my TH-7BB & Ol' Trusty VSD1 until I find a new IEM. I'm thinking the AX-35 looks nice.


The AX-35 is $69 bucks as well(free shipping depending where you buy from as well). AX-35 vs. IM70 is a very intriguing potential comparison. Different takes on the dual driver set up. 

post #298 of 423

DrGroove....how's the isolation with these iems?

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The isolation is only avarage.

post #300 of 423
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The isolation is only avarage.

 

Yep, average

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