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  1. sososerious
    That's basic audio wiring guys and while not ideal for the battery connection I doubt these draw enough current to overload it, if they did then the wires would simply melt / fail.

    It's enamel coated wire by the way, a real pain to solder as it's only the tiny inner cores in each strand that are conductive.
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  2. Midgetguy
    Seems like they've worked for you just fine so far, so I'd say probably just put something over to prevent shorting rather than soldering in new wiring
  3. harpo1
    You'll need a torx for the screw securing the board. Also the board is kind of glued down as well.
  4. Karendar
    That's what I expected. But then again, there have been multiple reports of the buds simply not charging anymore after a few uses, hence me being wary about the wiring shorting something out. It's either that or faulty batteries, so I want to ensure these work as long as I can get them to last. :p

    Should I send an invoice to Trinity for the copper foil and sticky tape I bought? :D
  5. rr12267
    I’ll gladly pay shipping if you want to throw away a pair in my direction. :beerchug:
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  6. Karendar
    I imagine Bob didn't tell you what those fixes were? :p
  7. harpo1
    Well the different batteries was one of them.
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  8. Darkestred
    I received tracking for my PM6s. I'm more curious to see how they sound. I read @Karendar review. I too have Tinnitus. Will be interesting to see how my ears fair vs his. If these are remotely decent maybe they will become my gym phones or i'll just sell them in anticipation for the AdvSound M5s.
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  9. Karendar
    They sound great... :) Hope they don't trigger your tinnitus.
  10. Layman1
    I'm thinking you could start your own 'Air Repair Inc.' service.
    Make some $$$ on the side and bring some joy to the Head-Fi community in the process :D
    HungryPanda likes this.
  11. Midgetguy
    Or just do it for free :p. The hero Head-Fi needs, but not the one TAE deserves.
  12. Karendar
    Pay shipping to me and back, I'll do it. No warranty. :wink:
    barondla and Watermelon Boi like this.
  13. TimeSnow
    I hate to ask... but... I have someone willing to sell me a pair of Icarus IIIs for cheap... a friend that bought them in the UK somewhere I think and then decided he can't do IEMs.... I can't REALLY read 1600 pages to figure out what the heck the story with all of this is... nor can I really find any reviews of them.

    Can anyone provide me a TL;DR version of what the story is and what these things sound like? Alternately, I'd take a link to any sort of explanation (that's not 1600 pages long) and/or a review.

    Thank you.
  14. Karendar
    Forget your warranty. The Icarus III is a really warm, playful IEM with decent bass. Comfortable to some, not all. They're worth 70£ max...
    bjaardker and TimeSnow like this.
  15. TimeSnow
    Thank you!
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