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Old 11-16-2010, 01:25 PM
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Thank you for your replies ! Thanks dfkt :P, I did not know you were using the IE8s that much !
I forgot to mention that with the Shure SE420 for instance I've never had this problem... And actually, I did not pay attention and I think I did push the IEM sleeve beyond the ear canal opening for a long time. I wasn't expecting such consequences !
Dfkt you already mentionned that UE Super.Fi tips but I did'nt find them. Anyways, I wanted to go to the ultimate solution with the molded sleeves, for confort, insane sound quality and no wax troubles . I asked the audiologist about the wax troubles but he wasn't even able to answer me , he just said it "should" be better than my actual sleeves...

Dfkt, if you're here by the way I'd like to run RMAA tests of the Sony Ericson W995 and post it here, could you tell me how to do this please ?

Originally Posted by me (not important)
I'd like to work in France for an informatic magazine in the audio part, I'm making the right studies for that (journalist) and having troubles with IEM kind of freaks me out. Obviously there's still a long way to go and I feel like a newbie but I have 4 years left and I keep testing new models, recently I tried the "Beats by Dre" headphones :P.
Portable Rig :
White Cowon J3 32Go -> Sennheiser IE8 Custom Sleeves basses at the middle / Shure SE420 Custom Sleeves / M-AUDIO Transit USB + JBL Duet 2.0
Home Rig :ASUS Xonar STX -> IE8 / Harman Kardon Soundsticks 2.
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