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Agreed on the westone 2, upgraded from q-jays to the W2 due to the q-jays lack of bass and comfort for me. The westones provide excellent comfort and from what others have said is a PFE with bass.
Once again nice reviews joker, I actually wonder about the difference in sound between the XB500 and XB700 with the only real difference in design that I can tell is that the XB700 have vents on them making them semi open.
That was a nice review on the 228s joker, you got it up rather quick!
Why do you keep reposting the same thing?   http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/498725/fiio-e5-hippo-vb#post_6733260
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I have found with supra-aural cans like the ES-7 that positioning on the ear matters for comfort, try moving the cups so the edges of the pad cover the lobe of the ear and the top of the ear and avoiding any raised parts of the ear, I find that it helps me wear them for a lot longer then the position I had previously. Also try stretched the headphones on a box that is slightly larger then your head for a night or two, should decrease the clamping force.
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I am also a big fan of radiohead, although I don't have the collection of IEMs others might be able to tell you about, I can say that the westone 2 is very good for their music I find. The overall signiture is more flat with a slight bump in the mids (makes the vocals come out). They also have a pretty good sound stage and separation.Only thing in your criteria that it might not satisfy is the deep bass, while the quality and quantity is there, it doesn;t go all the way...
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