- Jan 11, 2019
- Reaction score
- In front of my computer
Picked up a pair out of curiosity (and I was a bit shy of free shipping on Amazon and wanted to try out Spinfits anyhow and for a few bucks more sure I'll get a random IEM to poke at why not), hadn't realized before ordering they are cable-down. Oops. They fall right out using stock tips (though they sound quite nice if I hold them in place), but while I'm not wild about what the Spinfits do to their treble/balance they stayed in reasonably well. Haven't bothered trying out the Spiral Dots I've got (I'm betting tip length is the important thing here) but the pair of small KZ Starlines I had spare from the CCA C10 (which I replaced with said Spiral Dots because the added driver weight kept pulling them out and I needed to wedge 'em in closer) work just as well as the Spinfits and sound better too. I'll have to experiment with the Spinfits on the couple other IEMs I've got, see how they fit/sound/yaddayadda.There’s a nice selection of silicone tips, including a set of Spinfits. However, I’m using Starlines at the moment.
The EX500 are a great buy at $13, especially for the included Spinfit and wide bore tips.
The Rosewills are an inexpensive way to check out ceramic driver technology to see if you like it. If I had paid >$40 for the Artiste DC1 version, I probably would be more upset.