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I used this combo for a few weeks and love everything about it. You'll be extremely happy with it.
Just got my unit; it's a thing of beauty.
Sounds great too!
I wish I can say same for isolation/fit
I have an X5mkII, I will have a pair of A83's on friday. I will let you know how they sound.
Oh, when I said 'my unit came in' I meant I received the X5II already.
So far, I've really been enjoying it
The X5II solves all of my problems from my DX50, and it also sounds noticeably better! With the A83's, I find there is for some reason less harsh treble on my X5II than my DX50 and a noticeably more 'refined' sound. It's not something I can put well into words exactly, but in conclusion, it brings new life into my music experience.
Currently listening to as I type:
Clocks Go Forward by James Bay
The guitars... :O mesmerizing...
I wanna say mine was a dead left side, but can't be sure off the top of my head. It turned out to be the socket itself in the body that was loose and wiggly. I tested my left and right connector in the working socket and it was tight in it and worked. But my current version 1 is the loose cable connection Brooko had which was just the cable needing to be swapped out.
I currently have a pair of dn2000, jvc850, and ma750. All have very different signature, does anyone know how a83 compare to any of these? I'm curious if I should add a pair of a83 or I should wait the new dunu 4 or 5 driver iems.
I am enjoying my new A83's, however I am experiencing severe driver flex in the right IEM.
I do the same thing that H20Fidelity does when putting in my IEMs. This is not making a difference.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how to dress this (besides returning them).
I have already parted ways with my UE-900(s) and returning them would leave my without any headphones, which would be very sad
I apologize, I had been responding to an earlier post of yours.
I have really been loving the A83's on my X5 mk II (although the driver flex is annoying as all get out...)
Listening to Joe Satriani has been simply amazing. I have been losing myself in the music.
Comply Sports Tips (S400). Porous foam basically allows them to breathe a little. Should eliminate all driver flex.
I will try that.
I will also say the my Norne Audio Therium cable sounds a heck of a lot better than the stock cable.
I picked this up at the July Seattle meet-up for my UE-900s.
If I have to RMA my a83's I am afraid of getting the 3rd edition of them. I don't want to be stuck using the stock cable when I have this one...
Sadly I have discovered that comply tips irritate my ears, My ears are still itching after taking the tips out half an hour ago.
I have emailed the retailer about this, Their response was rather flippant that driver flex is normal for these iems and that I should use comply tips as well.
They do not wish to take responsibility for this problem.
I am really loving these iems, but this is really frustrating.
I had the exact same issue. The first pair of A83's that I received had some EXTREME driver flex on only the right unit; this proved to be very irritating to the point where I couldn't properly use them.
I was able to request a replacement pair at no additional cost from my seller on Amazon, JCN Digimart, and the second pair that I received turned out to be conpletely flex-less on both sides. I still use this same pair daily with no flex at all.
No matter which foam/silicon tips I used, no matter what angle I tugged my earlobe on insertion, no matter what my first pair had frequent and extremely loud driver flex.
I strongly recommend that you ask for a replacement from your seller. Best of luck!