I really want to jump in and get a pair of UE PRO IEMs, but I can’t for the life of me decided which model to get. Should I just be frugal and get the cheapest one, or break the bank and get the 18s? I looked at the specs and it all makes some sense, but what can I expect to hear?
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Somethings off. I’m hearing a buzzing in both sides of my in-ear monitors. Any clue as to why? Something is off. But based on what you’re saying, I don’t suspect that it’s the monitors themselves. You see, since the sound is generated by balanced armatures rather than by dynamic coils like most typical headphones, there are a few tell-tale signs to listen for when diagnosing an issue.
I’m a drummer and I want to use a click track. I’ve heard in-ears are good for this. Any advice? Ideally you want to be hard-wired. If you’re drumming and playing to a track and lose signal in the unlikely event of RF (radio frequency) interruption, at least you’ll still keep the beat and the rest of the band can keep the groove! There are multiple in-ear solutions.
Running a pretty big production where you have to take care of a lot of IEMs? Some are custom fit, and some are universal? Here are some tips on care and storage.