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Old 01-22-2012, 08:28 AM
aleex aleex is offline
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Well, I've had them for a while now, if anyone's interested. I've had some (expected) fit issues in my right ear, so I changed to my Xears N3i's foam(I think...?) tips, and it's a bit better. May be getting aftermarket, but this'll do for now.

If you have small/differently shaped ear canals, I'd look for alternatives as the nozzles are a bit on the large side. On the other hand, I haven't tried any aftermarket tips so it's hard to say. It's not that huge of a problem for me, but may be for others.

As for sound, I like them. This is a rookie's opinion and without A/B comparison, but I'd say N3i and Eterna are close signaturewise . SQ-wise it's hard to say as I haven't listened to my N3i for 12 weeks, but they're (at least) not worse.

Over-the-ear works great, though I only wear them like that when walking.

Overall a good purchase if you want something bassy and fun. People with small ear canals may want to look for alternatives, but apart from that, I recommend them.
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