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Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by leylandi, Jul 30, 2016.
  1. iron2k
    What are your IEMs??? were they reterminated?? This was happening to me with one pair or earbuds that had some cheap 4.4 plug.
  2. ChaseDream
    I use Andromeda with Sony 4.4 mm balanced cable. I think you’r right, this only happens when I use the sony cable...
  3. Lookout57
    I would try cleaning the plug with something like the Deoxit Gold.
  4. ChaseDream
    Thanks for the information! I’ll try to clean the plug with WD40 Specialist contact version which I have already. Hopefully it works.
  5. proedros
    if you only get this imbalance thing with just one cable , and the others work fine , it has to be this one cable.

    which is way better than if the 4.4 sony dap jack had the issue....
  6. ChaseDream
    I hope the dap jack is fine. Yet I did hear from some of my friends having this issue with the jack previously.
  7. Holdmyown83
    Also happened to me with the kimber cables and the regular Sony 4.4.
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  8. animalsrush
    Happens to me on Sony kimber cables with z1R and wm1z but not issue with lionheart and k10 CIEM
  9. nc8000 Contributor
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  10. Liono
    So you wouldn't recommend getting the sony balanced cable? I was going to get the MUC-M12NB1 for my H3's.
  11. Silvano
    Wow!, nice, it seems a bulletproof coffer:grimacing:
  12. nc8000 Contributor
    Nothing is ever 100% but I reckon this is as close as it gets and with a Benks TPU cover on the 1Z it is a snug fit with no wriggle room
  13. iron2k
    Real nice cases, do you have any link for them??
  14. nc8000 Contributor
  15. gerelmx1986
    I dont know where are your stuff stored in a hospital. For example.my bag with my IER-Z1R and wm1A? And how do you get your stuff back in your recovery room?

    Better leave them at home
    Got a retinal detachment

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