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Not to mention the secondary things like: design, materials and build.
home rig WM1A + IER-Z1R, mobile rig NW-A55L + IER-M7 with fiio Pigtail converter 4,4mm female to 3.5 minijack
Oh man, please unkink that cable, you are making me sweat over here!
I found out why! For some reason, the MS tips are shorter than the S or M tips.
The first letter in the size designation describes the diameter; the second letter describes the height. Doesn't anybody read the manuals?
Clearly not. Too busy listening.
More like too busy tip rolling... amiright?
Some pretty wide soundstage:
I am currently jamming tia trio and ier-z1r.
I have to say its a big battle, there a lot of punches and blows going on lol.
I cant confirm yer the winner but ier-z1r is a hell hard opponent and hes being the king atm
I like the Trio, and much preferred it to the rest of the 64 Audio line up, including the Forte. It was going to be my choice until I heard the Z1R. Should be fun to have both!
It is amazing indeed to have them at the tips of your fingers and pick the one you feel for )
It is also true trio is way more appealing and balanced then forte . I had them before and didn't get along...
But for now I also find ier-z1r to be a higher tier in audio segment.
But damn I still can't get it comfortable zzz
Buttt that sound wow paired with wm1z oouulala. )
Someone in the combined m7, m9 and z1r thread suggested something that seems to have finally solved the comfort issue for me, so I figured if you havent seen it I will post it here. Basically, swap the left and right earpices and wear them backwards, with the cable side in the front and pointing pretty much straight up. Truthfully, with as big as these already are, it doesnt look any more silly than otherwise, and I was pretty much immediately able to go from discomfort or pain after 10-15 minutes to wearing them for 2 hours with only the slightest discomfort that was easily fixed with some readjustment.
Hmmm I will try. But indeed sounds contradictory swapping left to right side.
Seems like the weight will be distributed differently that way...
Instead tilting from top heavy.
It will be pulling downwards.
I will try thanks for sharing
Well if you swap the cable sides, then you are still getting the correct channel to the correct ear, you are just using the "wrong" earpieces. I find for me the earhook fits much better over my ear which supports it better, and it has basically eliminated most of the pressure points that were causing issues. Worst case scenario, it doesnt help and you have lost nothing for trying. But I know for me its made a massive difference.