1964 Ears
Jan 13, 2013 at 4:52 PM Post #3,631 of 7,417

ScreenKiller

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I think having it shipped to your friend is the best bet. There may be some legal issues if they were to lowball the value.

i asked vitaly and they said they declare the value of the product a tad lower then the price.
they declare the value of the resources in the product. so v3 would be around 300usd that's what vitaly told me.
still waiting for my v3's
 
Jan 27, 2013 at 4:10 PM Post #3,634 of 7,417

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Not sure if anyone can help me here but I'm wondering how the 1964 quads compare to the ultrasone edition 8s. I have the latter and love them but am looking for a similar OTG iem.

Cheers!
 
Jan 27, 2013 at 6:03 PM Post #3,635 of 7,417

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Not sure if anyone can help me here but I'm wondering how the 1964 quads compare to the ultrasone edition 8s. I have the latter and love them but am looking for a similar OTG iem.

Cheers!

never tried the ultrasone edition 8s . but the quads are the most bass heavy all 3 of them.
 
Jan 28, 2013 at 5:33 AM Post #3,636 of 7,417

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Definitely bass heavy - too much so for me, hence my signature.
 
 
Jan 29, 2013 at 9:26 AM Post #3,641 of 7,417

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Has anyone had their earphones re-cabled, or know if there is an option for a straight stereo jack?

 
You don't have to recable your Customs, you can just get aftermarket cables and select straight plugs.
 
Jan 30, 2013 at 12:32 PM Post #3,645 of 7,417

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hi guys,
1964 are starting to ship their 1964 ears CIEM with new cases.
instead of using the pelican 1010 case they are transfering in using sigar caddy 3400.
 
both very good cases. but personally i find the sigar caddy 3400 better looking.
i also prefer the latches of the sigar caddy over the transparent plastic latches of the pelican.
the specs and size are almost the same but the sigar caddy is more rectangular.
pelican 1010
 
 
 
[size=small]1010 Micro Case


[size=x-small] Exterior Dimensions
(L x W x D)
[size=x-small]  [/size][size=x-small] Interior Dimensions
(L x W x D)
[/size]
[size=x-small] 5.88" x 4.06" x 2.12"
(14.9 x 10.3 x 5.4 cm)
[/size]
[size=x-small]  [/size][size=x-small] 4.37" x 2.87" x 1.68"
(11.1 x 7.3 x 4.3 cm)
[/size]
[/size]
[size=x-small]
  1. GREAT FOR RUGGED SPORTS - NOT FOR SWIMMING OR SUBMERGING
  2. Available in clear with color liner or solid
  3. Easy open latch
  4. Rubber liner for extra protection doubles as o-ring seal
  5. Stainless steel hardware
  6. Carabiner
  7. Lifetime Guarantee of Excellence
  8. Water resistant, crushproof, and dust proof
[/size]
[/size]  
 
sigar caddy 3400
Features: 
  1. Holds up to 5 Churchill Cigars
  2. Made from Super Strong ABS Molded Plastic
  3. Floats on water
  4. Airtight seal
  5. Waterproof to 100 feet deep
  6. Crushproof
  7. Case can withstand temperature range -10° to 175° Fahrenheit
  8. 2 Removable/Replaceable Locking Clasps
  9. Stainless Steel Latch Hinges
  10. Molded Lock Ring for Added Security
  11. Coin Release for Air Pressure
  12. 1 Humidifier Disc in Lid
  13. Custom Urethane Foam Protects Cigars
  14. Lanyard with clip for easy transportation
  15. Removable Retail Hanger
  16. Sleek Matte Finish Design  
    Capacity: 5 Cigars
    Dimensions (Inside): 7.88" x 3.97" x 1.55"
    Dimensions (Outside): 8.80" x 5.18" x 2.08"

 

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