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Earbuds Round-Up

  1. DBaldock9
    I agree with @golov17 - but one thing I have noticed about the Pure Blue Cable, is that it's handmade, and the clear heat shrink used at the 2-Pin connectors makes them longer than the stock molded connectors.
    Since I wear my earbud cables over-the-ear, these longer than usual connectors cause the wires to be high enough to hit the temple pieces of my glasses.
    Other than that one issue, the Pure Blue Cable is really soft, flexible, and light weight - which is good for earbuds.
     
  2. golov17
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  3. Hououin Kyouma
  4. palestofwhite
    Is that a Penon cable beside the Pure Blue?
     
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  5. Willber
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  6. Ira Delphic
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  7. seanc6441
    I listened to the kube bud for 30 seconds before drilling a bass port in each unit!

    Not because it's bad, but because I knew right away these buds sound best with no foams. Adding the bass port gives the perfect amount of tamed highs and bumped low end to wear these foamless without fatigue and I find myself blasting the volume with these and loving it.

    These are such fun earbuds, coloured but not peaky. Treble is rolled slightly but they are not dark.

    The soundstage is just fantastic, really enveloping and presents big like a full size can.

    I prefer the bass with the port open and foamless, it's full and hits with just enough authority but doesn't bleed into the mids at all.

    Mids are smooth and clear. They are nicely balanced in the mix and not recessed.

    The detail isn't outstanding but it's good enough. It's around vido/emx500 levels. I think i might prefer them overall, they are somewhere between those two tonality wise.

    These are slightly less detailed than the ry4s but more fun if you want a smooth enveloping sound rather than a drier analytical sound.
     
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  8. waynes world
    Nice! I'm not sure I would do it, but how does one go about adding bass ports to them?
     
  9. NymPHONOmaniac
    So...what happen with this TINGO brand?

    Just read on ''earbuds anonymous'' somebody that suggest TC200 for great bass and make fast google search and find this picture share ON THIS VERY THREAD like billions year ago (page 235 lol)

    After i became obsess making more search finding this very TC200...unsuccessful.

    Why....why....WHY! Anybody know a way to find them or...is it now the very Fengru Silver im excited about (yeah, they are called TC200 too sometime ugh)
    [​IMG]
     
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  10. DBaldock9
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  11. golov17
    Yep
     
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  12. golov17
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  13. kovik
    This cheap one is compatible too and flexible.
    US $7.79 48%OFF | AK TRN 8 Core Upgraded Silver Plated Cable 3.5 MMCX Earphone Upgrade Cable for SE846 LZ A5 MAGAOSI HQ5 HQ6 HQ8
    https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/9BGpdwD
     
  14. DBaldock9
    Well, that's an MMCX cable, whereas the VE Omega Earbuds use 0.78 2-Pin connectors.
     
  15. seanc6441
    My guess is IEM. Firstly it takes a much larger planar driver than dynamic driver to produce somewhat similar results in the bass if we look at most planar headphone or iem designs, they are usually much bigger. Also afaik most planar drivers need a good seal to measure well. Earbuds dont provide that.

    If you put that in an earbud shell I don't you would get any low end. Seems they are for iems where the seal is excellent and thus can allow that great linear extension.
     
    Last edited: Jan 31, 2019
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