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post #61 of 126
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Sounds great with my NT6...X5 + TWAu + NT6 = :atsmile::atsmile::atsmile::atsmile::atsmile:


Calyx M (hurry up Calyx and bring on the pre-ordering already!!) -> VorzAmp Pure II -> TWau ref -> NT6 PRO, my body is ready :veryevil: 

post #62 of 126
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Originally Posted by zachchen1996 View Post
 


Calyx M (hurry up Calyx and bring on the pre-ordering already!!) -> VorzAmp Pure II -> TWau ref -> NT6 PRO, my body is ready :veryevil: 

Careful not to hit the brown note.

post #63 of 126

I just ordered mine for my TG334 too.

post #64 of 126

Got a Twau today for my TG334! I'm honestly both amazed and slightly afraid of how thin and incredibly flexible the cable is... 

post #65 of 126
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Originally Posted by Nopeudon View Post

Got a Twau today for my TG334! I'm honestly both amazed and slightly afraid of how thin and incredibly flexible the cable is... 
Did you get the 8-conductor Nopeudon?
post #66 of 126
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Did you get the 8-conductor Nopeudon?

Wouldn't the 8 conductor option make the cable harder to use for portable use?

post #67 of 126
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Originally Posted by zachchen1996 View Post

Wouldn't the 8 conductor option make the cable harder to use for portable use?
If you say that it is really thin then the 8-conductor should be fine.
post #68 of 126
Nah, I got the 4-conductor variety. The wire is thin but not to the extent that I'm not concerned with the ease of use of a 8-conductor wire... Had nightmares carrying around my JH13 with the hybrid wires back when it came out and I jumped on it.
post #69 of 126
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Originally Posted by Nopeudon View Post

Nah, I got the 4-conductor variety. The wire is thin but not to the extent that I'm not concerned with the ease of use of a 8-conductor wire... Had nightmares carrying around my JH13 with the hybrid wires back when it came out and I jumped on it.
I see. I ordered the 8-conductor anyway. Will let you know when it comes. smily_headphones1.gif
post #70 of 126
Quick question, mine is a 4 conductor and I paid the price on the site. Is that supposed to be the price for 8 or is 8 even more expensive?
post #71 of 126
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Quick question, mine is a 4 conductor and I paid the price on the site. Is that supposed to be the price for 8 or is 8 even more expensive?

8 conductor option is like 400$ more

post #72 of 126
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Yes 8 is an extra and one I couldn't afford so my full order is all 4 conductor. Hope it won't be long before it's finished
post #73 of 126
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Originally Posted by zachchen1996 View Post

8 conductor option is like 400$ more
Ouch...well makes sense as there is twice as much wire...but IMO not practical for iems. Plus close to 1k for a cable start to be a bit much even for loons like me.
post #74 of 126
I like to send my t5p for recabling , not sure what the process is can someone direct me to a link, thanks.
post #75 of 126
When I bought the Twau, I had the opportunity to try both it as well as the Twag v3 on my TG334. Having listened to it for a couple of hours now, I'll just like to say this: if you can afford this cable comfortably, don't hesitate and get it. Really. I'm willing to eat my phone if it leaves you disappointed! Compared to the stock cable, the Twau turns the TG334 into a different beast altogether.
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