Jul 30, 2017 at 6:43 AM
- Aug 2, 2013
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- Aug 2, 2013
I don't think it's a seal issue because even with the largest silicone tips, the sound stays the same. I guess it could perhaps be my ear canal that makes the hole of the spinfits smaller that it should be and thus starts to act as a filter?Its impossible to classify what tips will do generally, because everyone has a different ear canal. Typically for me, Spinfits will cut bass, and enhance upper mid-range and treble - but I'm almost certaint hat this is seal related. I've modified a pair (foam inners, spin-fit outers, and they are much better. I guess what I'm trying to say is that you can't classify a tip saying they will "do this" generally. Things like insertion depth, insertion angle and seal will all have a far greater influence on frequency. They could be related to the tip (for you personally) but vary from person to person.
I am experiencing the opposite indeed. If I take the Sennheiser HD 650 as reference, with the silicone and foam tips it is quite close. But with the spinfits it is way too bassy and dark on the Mojo.Spinfit tips tend to make bass leaner and attenuate upper-mid~treble, but YMMV.
Due to mojo's extremely low zout, Andromeda will sound a little too bassy and slightly lacking in upper mids~treble which spinfit tips might just do the job.
You are experiencing the exact opposite of what you said.
Is there a impedance graph available for the Andromeda by any chance?