Home-Made IEMs

  1. ForceMajeure
    GK has been confirmed
     
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  2. Shilohsjustice
    GK uses 22uf cap not a 0.22uf cap
     
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  3. cjxj
    Just wondering if the TWFK version used in the GV was confirmed?
     
  4. Shilohsjustice

    I have not yet confirmed which model TWFK it is.
     
  5. ForceMajeure
    Good eye, correct I got confused. Thanks for correcting.
     
    Last edited: Jul 1, 2017
  6. tomekk
    OK, post edited with valid values.


    I'm not convinced of "4" sound. They have been dismantled.
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    Last edited: Jul 6, 2017
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  7. cjxj
    Just went to look at GV availability at Mouser and they now show it as a "new" product and no longer indicate it being discontinued.
     
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  8. tomekk
    1. I'm looking for a cool schematic for CI + DTEC + TWFK (2xTWFK:sunglasses:?)

    2. Reshell in the UE900: Which filters did you prefer? (white+ red?), (white + orange?)
     
  9. MuZo2
    Please dont post schematic of reversed engineered products. This thread might get locked.
     
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  12. Shilohsjustice
    Luke from DIYearphone.com has GV's for $50 each with dampers.
     
  13. ForceMajeure
    :thumbsup:
     
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  14. SVTong
    Does anyone have any experience in 3D printing their shells? I'm thinking of investing in a Form2 SLA printer for an unrelated project, but it seems like a viable option to also use it for printing CIEMs. Thoughts?
     
  15. jbr1971
    I have been thinking of doing the same, but I have concerns about putting the resin pieces in my ears. Applying a coat of Dreve Fotoplast Lack 3 (or similar) to the shells would probably be a good idea as well.
     

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