TRI earphone impressions - I4 and I3, Starlight, NEW Starsea
Jan 30, 2021 at 11:38 AM Post #1,906 of 3,471

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I think I can stop dispute. I found ePro suitable for this earphone. I must buy them more, cuz I see that they are helpful in many ways. Those are most "unsealing" and light tips which I have.
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My right ear is notorious for causing driver flex with almost all of my DD-containing IEMs, but using the tips as stated by @baskingshark has been effective in preventing it with all of them.

I like ePro ear tips as well.
 
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My right ear is notorious for causing driver flex with almost all of my DD-containing IEMs, but using the tips as stated by @baskingshark has been effective in preventing it with all of them.

I like ePro ear tips as well.
I'm not new in this hobby. Even in this moment I have about 16 iems with no problems.
ePro are light and pressure unsealing them immediately.
 
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I'm not new in this hobby. Even in this moment I have about 16 iems with no problems.
ePro are light and pressure unsealing them immediately.
Do ePro tips run true to size, i.e. if I am medium with most standard tips should I buy these in medium?
 
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Do ePro tips run true to size, i.e. if I am medium with most standard tips should I buy these in medium?
Yes, width-wise they follow that size. But bear in mind they are about 3 mm longer than standard, so depending on the IEM you'll be using them with the depth of insertion may be different (shells may protrude from your ears more than usual).
 
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Do ePro tips run true to size, i.e. if I am medium with most standard tips should I buy these in medium?
Size:
  • S - 9,9 mm
  • M - 12,3 mm
  • L - 14,3 mm
Normally I'm using L size tips, but ePro M is most comfortable for me
 
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Size:
  • S - 9,9 mm
  • M - 12,3 mm
  • L - 14,3 mm
Normally I'm using L size tips, but ePro M is most comfortable for me
I also usually use large size tips, and the large ePro have the largest diameter, at 14.3mm, but the material is very soft, and not stiff at all, so I can’t use the large size tips, as the fold when I insert them. The medium size with a deeper insertion works well for me.
 
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Can you guys recommend a cable which brings out the maximum from the TRI I3?
I went with Dunu Blanche, pricey but worth it to me for for 2 reasons:
1. Pure silver adds a bit of top end sparkle, the one area I3 felt lacking in for my taste
2. Versatility with the multiple connectors
 
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Can you guys recommend a cable which brings out the maximum from the TRI I3?
I Found the KBEAR Limpid Pro works well, pure silver and helps to bring a little more brightness up top.
 

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