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  1. Further information: Purchased from (Mass)drop a few years ago. I bought aftermarket tips and an aftermarket (64audio 2-pin professional) cable for them (included). Used approx. 3-5 times; I simply couldn't get used to how they feel inside the ear canal and chucked them in a drawer thinking I'd come back to them/use them again. Since then I've purchased several cans and don't have a use-case for IEMs any longer. The included accessories are unused. Photos:
  2. Further information: This exact cable in the XLR 4 pole Male, 1.25m variant. Photos:
  3. Further information: Purchased from (Mass)drop a few years ago. I bought aftermarket tips and an aftermarket (64audio 2-pin professional) cable for them (included). Used approx. 3-5 times; I simply couldn't get used to how they feel inside the ear canal and chucked them in a drawer thinking I'd come back to them/use them again. Since then I've purchased several cans and don't have a use-case for IEMs any longer. The included accessories are unused. Photos:
  4. Further information: Purchased from (Mass)drop a few years ago. I bought aftermarket tips and an aftermarket (64audio 2-pin professional) cable for them (included). Used approx. 3-5 times; I simply couldn't get used to how they feel inside the ear canal and chucked them in a drawer thinking I'd come back to them/use them again. Since then I've purchased several cans and don't have a use-case for IEMs any longer. The included accessories are unused. Photos:
  5. Further information: Revised version "The use of an AK4493 (previously 4490) improves the signal-to-noise ratio from 117 dB to 120 db (123 dBA). At the same time the distortion decreases by about 10 dB, to a fantastic -120 dB at full digital level. The sensational -118 dBu, which resulted in complete freedom from noise at the IEM output, is now even better at -120 dBu." "The remote control is an extended version of the previous one, with additional buttons designed for the most commonly used functions, namely switching loudness, parametric EQ, and bass/treble on and off. In addition, there are keys for direct control of bass, treble and balance." Photos:
  6. Further information: Purchased from (Mass)drop a few years ago. I bought aftermarket tips and an aftermarket (64audio 2-pin professional) cable for them (included). Used approx. 3-5 times; I simply couldn't get used to how they feel inside the ear canal and chucked them in a drawer thinking I'd come back to them/use them again. Since then I've purchased several cans and don't have a use-case for IEMs any longer. The included accessories are unused. Photos:
  7. Further information: Purchased from (Mass)drop a few years ago. I bought aftermarket tips and an aftermarket (64audio 2-pin professional) cable for them (included). Used approx. 3-5 times; I simply couldn't get used to how they feel inside the ear canal and chucked them in a drawer thinking I'd come back to them/use them again. Since then I've purchased several cans and don't have a use-case for IEMs any longer. The included accessories are unused. Photos:
  8. Further information: This exact cable in the XLR 4 pole Male, 1.25m variant. Photos:
  9. Further information: Revised version "The use of an AK4493 (previously 4490) improves the signal-to-noise ratio from 117 dB to 120 db (123 dBA). At the same time the distortion decreases by about 10 dB, to a fantastic -120 dB at full digital level. The sensational -118 dBu, which resulted in complete freedom from noise at the IEM output, is now even better at -120 dBu." "The remote control is an extended version of the previous one, with additional buttons designed for the most commonly used functions, namely switching loudness, parametric EQ, and bass/treble on and off. In addition, there are keys for direct control of bass, treble and balance." Photos:
  10. Further information: This exact cable in the XLR 4 pole Male, 1.25m variant. Photos:
  11. Further information: Revised version "The use of an AK4493 (previously 4490) improves the signal-to-noise ratio from 117 dB to 120 db (123 dBA). At the same time the distortion decreases by about 10 dB, to a fantastic -120 dB at full digital level. The sensational -118 dBu, which resulted in complete freedom from noise at the IEM output, is now even better at -120 dBu." "The remote control is an extended version of the previous one, with additional buttons designed for the most commonly used functions, namely switching loudness, parametric EQ, and bass/treble on and off. In addition, there are keys for direct control of bass, treble and balance." Photos:
  12. When doing it years ago, I found Mp3tag to be better than MB Picard. IIRC, I used a combination of Mp3tag and Bulk Rename Utility to get everything perfect.
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