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  • marozie commented on marozie's instructable DIY In Ear Monitors5 months ago
    DIY In Ear Monitors

    Those new (ish?) Knowles multidriver packages are nice, and cheaper than buying the drivers and making a crossover. I used the GQ-30783-000 2 ways in a Shure SE shell re-fit that sound fantastic. I have the GK-31732-000 on my bench waiting for a home.

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  • marozie commented on marozie's instructable DIY IEMs (w/ hollow shells)9 months ago
    DIY IEMs (w/ hollow shells)

    I tried using a rotator to make a hollow shell with a two part acrylic, but couldn't get good results. Yeah, because you need to tilt it back a little to keep the material from pouring out you get thicker walls in the canal and thinner walls in the body. Another option to think about... I recently made a pair of earphones using Shure SE shells (linked to an ebay listing below). They actually came out really well (unfortunately I didn't document the process otherwise I would have made a new Instructable). You don't get the same isolation as a true IEM, but the process to make them is significantly faster and easier.http://www.ebay.com/itm/C0-Repair-DIY-Unit-Housing-Shell-for-SE535-se425-se315-se215-W40-Earphone-/131499238359

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  • marozie commented on marozie's instructable DIY In Ear Monitors1 year ago
    DIY In Ear Monitors

    I'm not saying you can't, just that you'd be better off without.

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