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    1MORE Dual Driver In-ears

    [page=Introduction] Introduction 1MORE's portfolio of midrange budget in-ears is ever expanding. Today, we will be taking a look at their new Dual Driver design with an exterior based on the wildly successful Triple Driver In-ears. The Triple Driver design surprised us pleasantly both in...
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    Fixing Headphone driver

    If you can find the wire that the solder point was supposed to be hooked up to you can probably just solder a wire directly to that and then glue it in place for strain relief. Be careful though the wires that are attached to the solder points outside the driver housing is very thin as it hooks...
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    1MORE Triple Driver Over-Ear Headphones

    [page=Introduction] Introduction 1MORE is continuing to produce some very interesting designs. Not long ago, we were mightily impressed with the Triple Driver in-ears, and today, we will be taking a look at something as unusual as 1MORE's Triple Driver Over-Ear headphones. While having...
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    Etymotic ER3XR

    You can upgrade to the new ER4 cable, but they are a little costly. Definitely still a bargain in-ear if you are into neutral sounding in-ears.
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    Etymotic ER3XR

    [page=Introduction] Introduction Etymotic was one of the first companies to produce a really great-sounding in-ear with the ER4S. That was over 20 years ago and now, they have released a new "baby" ER4 dubbed the ER3. Last year, we had the pleasure of reviewing the new ER4XR and ER4SR which...
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    Ultimate Ears Blast Smart Speaker

    [page=Introduction] Introduction Ultimate Ears was one of the first companies to build some great all-around Bluetooth speakers when they released their UE BOOM several years ago. Today, we will be taking a look at their newest and smartest speaker yet: the BLAST. The BLAST is a full-on...
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    HiFiMAN HE-400i Planar Magnetic Headphones

    There are some insane HiFiMAN deals around right now. Also check their clearance sale just saw brand new 400S for $299 and HE560s for $499.
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    *TPU's Gaming Headphone/Headset Thread*

    HE-560s used is about 350. You can also get Sennheiser HD660S used for about that.
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    *TPU's Gaming Headphone/Headset Thread*

    Maybe a used set of HiFiMAN HE-560s with better pads. Better bass, better midrange, but only a little better imaging. HD800S is also better on all accounts but is also probably too pricey.
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    HiFiMAN RE800 In-ears

    xorbe how big is your room? People tend to forget the physics when buying subs :) And you get a long way with one of the open source designs in thick plywood, as long as you can source the correct parts. In-ears are very tricky to design and require a lot of expensive tooling, especially with...
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    HiFiMAN RE800 In-ears

    Agreed on the looks thing, but some will probably like the gold coating. Making a sub woofer that performs well is pretty straight forward compared to designing an in-ear and a high performance 9.2 mm dynamic driver.
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    Brainwavz introduces its Quad Balanced Armature B400 to the UK

    It is very few people that cannot get a good fit with in-ears with proper tips, but there will always be some where the design does not fit. The ones that do get seal will get very similar sound quality.
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    HiFiMAN RE800 In-ears

    [page=Introduction & Specifications] Introduction HiFiMAN's in-ears have always pushed great sound quality at a price that left many bigger companies struggling to compete. Today, we take a look at a new high-end offering from HiFiMAN. It is dubbed the RE800 and features a brand-new driver from...
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    Brainwavz introduces its Quad Balanced Armature B400 to the UK

    Hopefully! In-ears is probably one of the types of headphones that has less variance as long as you get them to seal towards your ear canal. So as long as you get a good fit sound quality should be the same. Only thing that changes is the geometry of the ear canal and otoacoustics which should...
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