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I guess we all have different ears, to me, Westone's IEMs are the most comfortable, SE846 aren't bad at all but if the cable and the ear rests weren't so stiff, I wouldn't be able to keep them in my ears for long.SE846 are built like a tank, they'll probably survive even if they got run over by a lorry, but they are heavy but not too uncomfortable to wear, but nowhere near as comfortable as Westone IEMs in general. But then do they need to be built that tough? I used many...
  
All these arguments! Let's settle them with a blind test, download the 4 files from the links below.   https://www.dropbox.com/s/4wszs6k2s146c4g/GA%2024A.aif https://www.dropbox.com/s/v78d6asrlckhwzf/GA%2024B.aif https://www.dropbox.com/s/16xm59jjgwv6ds2/QR%2024A.aif https://www.dropbox.com/s/5duud72ih4ftc6u/QR%2024B.aif   There are 4 sound clips from 2 songs, 2 different mixes from each clip, A&B. One of each is a true 24bit 96kHz mix while the other one is a 16bit...
I mentioned before I never owned the UE900 but I remembered demoing them when they first came out and I didn't like the sound signature then. When I demoed the UE900s last month, I liked them straight away and got a pair before I even knew about this unibody scandal. I did an A/B test a couple of weeks ago with a pair of UE900 and my UE900s in a shop. The UE900 sounded very bass heavy in comparison, whereas the 900s were tight with a lot of clarity and details. And compare...
My W60 sounded fine right out of the box with only a little bit of harshness in the treble, and totally good after 48 hours of burning in. If yours don't sound right even after days of burning in you should go to demo a pair somewhere for comparison. When I took my AKR03 back to the service centre because I didn't think they sound right, the staff was initially unconvinced there was anything wrong with them after a brief listening, but after some more testing they found...
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