First CIEM Recommendations please - hybrid (which one?) or BA (how many drivers?)
Nov 16, 2012 at 1:33 PM Post #16 of 19

Jazzkammer

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To be honest, I am kind of terrified of having fit problems when I get my customs. I am wishing I would have gone with 4.ai, because it would be exactly what I want, with no fit problems, and detachable cables to boot. I understand now that the artwork and craftsmanship is a huge factor in price, especially with Heir Audio. I suppose I just do not care about the aesthetic/artistic element of Iems.
 
Nov 16, 2012 at 6:05 PM Post #17 of 19

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If you ever wanted to try a hybrid design for cheap, cosmic ears HY3 has made its name due to its low cost CIEM
 
Nov 16, 2012 at 6:44 PM Post #18 of 19

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See, I have a huge problem with this.
 
Your products are fantastic, and I'm a new fan of Heir. However, the fact that you can post things like this blows my mind, because other members of the trade can't even post picture of their products on the forums. You've been promoting the products for a company that you're the CEO of, and it just doesn't seem right to me.
 
That's all I'll say on the subject

 
       Head Fi has "levels" of status. One is an MOT, a step above that is "sponsor" and different regulations apply to the different levels of status.
 
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Nov 16, 2012 at 6:51 PM Post #19 of 19
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       Head Fi has "levels" of status. One is an MOT, a step above that is "sponsor" and different regulations apply to the different levels of status.
 
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        Wizard

 
This is just something I can't wrap my head around. You and the MOTs do the exact same thing, so why are your own regulations different? 
 
Either way, I doubt anything will come of this so there's no point in me coming.
 

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