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wazzzzuuuuup dude!

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Aye! Me too :)

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Ali Tait wrote:I've a pair of the Ultimate Ears Triple Fi 10's, which I think are very good indeed, certainly better than the Sennheiser HD580's I used to have. They're not cheap though.
Hello Ali,
I've been using a pair of the triple fi's for a couple of years now and the sound they produce more than makes up for their bulk. I've swapped the ear pieces over in mine, they sit a bit flatter in your ear and seem to fit better. Are you using the stock cable? I changed mine for a braided one by Fiio which has really 'live' micro-phonics if anything touches it. Once the music starts playing the problem disappears and the sound is pretty good .... wouldn't buy it again tho' !!

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Hi,

Still using the original cable, only annoyance for me is I hear every footfall if I wear them on the move. I also swapped the ear piecs.
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