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Overlord_Laharl
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Jul 19, 2017
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i have the 3.5 mm plug version (the original) and the sound quality is amazing on my LG-G4 (i optimise the sound with viper4android)
my only issues with these are: a) i keep losing the tips. so i sometimes had to call 1more and order some replacement tips (i was using the regular silicone tips, not the foam ones) they are not standard size tips so you cant just go and buy a replacement. b) it came with a leather case and you would have to stuff the headphone in there for storage or get a different storage method.
@massdrop should put some kind of notice in the listing that this is for apple crap (hense the lightning connector), so people stop getting confused. i myself thought these were the original IEMs and going to jump on the "its a $99 product not $150" train
for all who are concerned heres this product page on 1 mores site - https://usa.1more.com/products/triple-driver-in-ear-headphone-with-lightning-connector?variant=45922406087 heres the original product (with a 3.5 mm plug) https://usa.1more.com/collections/headphones/products/triple-driver-in-ear-headphones?variant=30401507399
Jul 19, 2017
rininjer
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Jul 19, 2017
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I own a pair of the original and love them. I've found I can order Comply tips directly from Comply for these and it's worth every penny. Units are more comfortable with them and the isolation is better so base response is better.
I just read a review on the lightning model and how the dac does improve the sound over the standard units. I might need to jump on this drop...
Jul 19, 2017
Overlord_Laharl
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Jul 21, 2017
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Yeah comply does sell them directly. But I like the silicone tips because I drop my pair too often on use foam tips (so the ability to clean and immediately use was a requirement)
If you do get them enjoy. I have since upgraded to Sony mdr 7506. (they are over ear cans)
Jul 21, 2017
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