Here you can find answers to the most commonly asked questions. Have a look and if none of these answers your questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
Is T2 and IPX compatible?
Yes, the T2 and IPX are fully compatible. The only thing you need to be aware of is if your earphones are recessed. Some cables with T2 and IPX may be with a larger house than the standard Linum cables. A standard Linum cable T2 house is 3.4mm.
Does your 2-Pin Connector and/or MMCX Connector fit my IEM/CIEMS?
Our 2-Pin and MMCX Connectors are standard connectors and thus fit most leading In-Ear Monitor brands. 2-Pin and MMCX Linum cables are discontinued.
Special attention to some MMCX IEM/CIEMS?
We have learned that a few Linum owners using MMCX earphones experience compatibility issues. Unfortunately, this is a well-known issue in the industry, and something you may experience with other cables as well. With MMCX no one can guarantee a perfect match between cable plug and earphone.
Star washers can solve most cases of compatibility issues, though not all. Read more about it here.
Is it normal that there is a gap between the IEMs and the Linum MMCX connector?
Some manufacturers, e.g. Westone, use a flanged socket. In this case it is normal you will see a gap between the In Ears and your Linum MMCX cable connector/plug.
Are the MMCX Connectors supposed to be loose / cause intermittence?
We have heard of some models being a bit loose with the Linum MMCX and though it does not necessarily influence the sound, a star washer may help for a better fit and less risk of intermittence.
How do I ensure correct fit of the 2-Pin plug and my IEM?
The plug with the red dot is for your right ear piece (red for right) - and the blue goes to the left. Make sure the colored dot side of the plug turns upward. Then you should be set for the best possible sound experience - at least from a "cable point of view" :-)
I wonder, if your Linum 2-Pin is compatible with recessed sockets?
Our 2-Pin connector being one of the smallest in the market fits most recessed sockets. If you experience the connection is too tight, we have learned that others use a nail file and carefully file a bit on each side of the 2-Pin, and then it fits perfectly. Linum cables with 2-Pin have been phased out, it may be possible to find them second hand.
I have a specific request for an individual solution, do you think you can help me out?
If possible we would love to help you, yet we get so very many requests for individual solutions, that we mostly have to decline on this. Therefore, if your request is not in our standard programme, then we will most likely not be able to help you out. Unless of course we talk large volumes. Nevertheless, you are always welcome to send us a request as we are interested in knowing what you are looking for. And perhaps we are working on just what you are looking for.