Etymotic ER-4 Maintenance Cycle
Apr 28, 2004 at 11:41 PM Post #2 of 4

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nope, sorry. here's a bump for you though.
 
Apr 29, 2004 at 12:07 AM Post #3 of 4

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I don't think there are any "rules," per se. You should just look at your filter occasionally. If you can't see green (i.e., you see orange) then it's time to change. Also, if the sound is veiled, then it's time to change. Keep in mind that, before you decide the sound is off-kilter, you should make sure the Etys are positioned correctly. (Argh!)
 
Apr 29, 2004 at 5:45 AM Post #4 of 4

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Quote:

Originally Posted by gradofan
I don't think there are any "rules," per se. You should just look at your filter occasionally. If you can't see green (i.e., you see orange) then it's time to change. Also, if the sound is veiled, then it's time to change. Keep in mind that, before you decide the sound is off-kilter, you should make sure the Etys are positioned correctly. (Argh!)


Right. Filters when the sound deteriorates; foamies when they don't seal properly (or too sloooowly if you are impatient).
 

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