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post #226 of 1315
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Originally Posted by ExpatinJapan View Post

Bought the app. Only ¥100.

You can get such tones free on YouTube.
post #227 of 1315
Thread Starter 
Thanks, ease of use of an app is worth $1, imho.

Anyway,.,..back to the DITA!

Anyone have any comparisons to high end multi driver IEMS?
post #228 of 1315

At the moment, with the best recording I have, I reckon The Truth is only a bit behind the UERMs on my AK240 (though we're talking SE vs. balanced output on that unit). The Roxannes are similarly better (though I don't listen loud so the benefit of the extra driver headroom is probably lost on me). I tend to reach for the DITA mainly because the FR suits me and it is easier to pull out than the UERMs.

post #229 of 1315
I wish someone doees the FR chart for dita truth. It suits my ears a lot.
post #230 of 1315

Can anyone tell me if the Westone Star Tips will fit on the DITAs sound bore. It says that those tips are for narrow bore IEMs and the DITAs are narrower than my other sets but the pictures of the star tips look narrower still.

Has anyone tried them ? 

post #231 of 1315
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Originally Posted by Sauntere View Post

Can anyone tell me if the Westone Star Tips will fit on the DITAs sound bore. It says that those tips are for narrow bore IEMs and the DITAs are narrower than my other sets but the pictures of the star tips look narrower still.
Has anyone tried them ? 

Nope they definitely don't fit. I haven't tried but I have true fit and star tips on hand and they are much narrower than the nozzle bore.
post #232 of 1315
Comply T400 should work
post #233 of 1315
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Nope they definitely don't fit. I haven't tried but I have true fit and star tips on hand and they are much narrower than the nozzle bore.

 

Damn that's a shame because i think i'm going to need something that shape and length to get a perfect seal. I really don't like any kind of foam tip. 

 

Foam tips irritate my ears. They itch and get sore. With Silicon tips i can wash them and get any residue off before insertion.


Edited by Sauntere - 5/2/14 at 11:22pm
post #234 of 1315
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Damn that's a shame because i think i'm going to need something that shape and length to get a perfect seal. I really don't like any kind of foam tip. 

Foam tips irritate my ears. They itch and get sore. With Silicon tips i can wash them and get any residue off before insertion.

Try and make some custom tips?
post #235 of 1315
Perhaps you could try the double flanges? Pull your ear up and back to straighten the ear canal then insert it. If the length is the issue the double flanges might just solve that problem smily_headphones1.gif
post #236 of 1315
Thread Starter 
Sony hybrids gave me a solid fit. They are silicon on the outside with foam inside. Best of both worlds.
post #237 of 1315
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Originally Posted by WCDchee View Post

Perhaps you could try the double flanges? Pull your ear up and back to straighten the ear canal then insert it. If the length is the issue the double flanges might just solve that problem smily_headphones1.gif

 

So far a large double flange is giving me the best fit but still not perfect.  Thanks for the suggestions all.

post #238 of 1315
Just did an AB with the K3003s, and I'm still firmly enamored by the DITAs. Vocals sound more realistic, and bass seems lighter on the DITAs. It seems as if the DITAs are more detailed as well, but that could be due to the poorer isolation on the AKGs and busy listening environment. Just quick impressions!
Edited by christrz - 5/3/14 at 11:48am
post #239 of 1315

So where are you guys buying your Sony Hybrid tips?

Trying to find some large-size sets, but so far it seems like Amazon is the only place.

post #240 of 1315

Haven't tried the hybrid yet but by the look of it the bore is the same size as the blue tip dita provides. The silicon mix of sony has always been the highest quality among all the rest, I will surely try it tomorrow and report back.

 

Has anyone had a chance to demo the dita with wagnus amplifiers?

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