New Custom-to-Universal IEMs: InEar StageDiver 2/3
Dec 7, 2016 at 10:15 AM Post #1,367 of 1,401

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I'm enjoying the SD-2.
 
Dec 12, 2016 at 11:22 AM Post #1,368 of 1,401

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Since the stagediver come with a wax guard do I order comply foam tips without the wax guard?
 
Dec 14, 2016 at 10:23 PM Post #1,370 of 1,401

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Thanks.

What type of ear tips do you guys recommend ?
 
Dec 15, 2016 at 9:02 PM Post #1,372 of 1,401

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What are you looking for? What's your experience with the stock tips or any other tips that you have already tried?


The stocks tips cause so much painful pressure. I tried some generic Sony hybrid tips and it helped a lot with the pressure but come to find out the hybrids did not come with the foam, just silicone. So not I'm on the market for new tips
 
Dec 16, 2016 at 2:59 AM Post #1,373 of 1,401

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The stocks tips cause so much painful pressure. I tried some generic Sony hybrid tips and it helped a lot with the pressure but come to find out the hybrids did not come with the foam, just silicone. So not I'm on the market for new tips

I always recommend the Ortofon tips. They are softer than stock, have a mellower shape and a larger nozzle for better clarity.
 
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I always recommend the Ortofon tips. They are softer than stock, have a mellower shape and a larger nozzle for better clarity.


Can I have a link with model number that fits the stagediver?
 
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The stocks tips cause so much painful pressure. I tried some generic Sony hybrid tips and it helped a lot with the pressure but come to find out the hybrids did not come with the foam, just silicone. So not I'm on the market for new tips


I tried lots of tips and most silicone tips were fine, if their size was right. That includes the (large) stock tips. My current favorites are Sony hybrid (w/o foam) and Spinfit. Since the stock tips caused you pain, I'm hesitant to recommend any of them, though.
 
Dec 17, 2016 at 2:25 AM Post #1,376 of 1,401

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I tried lots of tips and most silicone tips were fine, if their size was right. That includes the (large) stock tips. My current favorites are Sony hybrid (w/o foam) and Spinfit. Since the stock tips caused you pain, I'm hesitant to recommend any of them, though.


I would like to try the spin fits, which model work with stagediver
 
Dec 17, 2016 at 2:29 AM Post #1,377 of 1,401

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the stagedivers have a funky sound signature that I cant quite get into but the shape of the IEMs are so awesome! the comfort is second to none, maybe even comparable to CIEMs if you want a good resale value, beater IEMs for the gym and not kill ur wallet the SD2 is the way to go.
 
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  the stagedivers have a funky sound signature that I cant quite get into but the shape of the IEMs are so awesome! the comfort is second to none, maybe even comparable to CIEMs if you want a good resale value, beater IEMs for the gym and not kill ur wallet the SD2 is the way to go.

I wish I could think of $450 iems as beater ones for the gym 
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 They are durable if thats what you meant 
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