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Hey guys/gals i just got the e2c thrown at my doorstep a few moments ago and now im listening through an unamped ipod...

Well here goes, im listening to the foamies right now after the silicon tips and they seem to create a better seal and therefore better sound... im gonna give the silicon a better go at it soon but right now the foamies sound so much better.

Oh yeah this is very different sounding than the koss ksc 75 i have right now, so how long would this have to burn in? one more Q, how do the super soft flex tips perform in comparison?

thanks, im going to listen some more now!
(hmm theres still red and blue inside the e2cs lol)
 
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90 hours made a difference with mine, loud music and sine waves. Amped with a little EQ help fm my Muvo and they sound very good when i need isolation.

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hmm i dont think the flex sleeves are for me, i push them deeper manually and they sound better however i cant keep them in there, seems im a foamies person... god spend more money on foam lol

*edit i see now im a medium tip for silicon
 
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You can wash them. Dish soap or rubbing alcohol both work well.
 
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Quote:

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You can wash them. Dish soap or rubbing alcohol both work well.


Yup. With a little bit of dish soap and cold water, I think my foamies will go for months.
 
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