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Yeah, I did that to a pair way back when... This is actually the second pair. What I ended up doing was pulling out the strain relief and resoldering where the break was without opening the casing. It's all nice and heat-shrinked, but now I'm trying how to replace the strain relief...
I've been inactive for a couple years because I was satisfied with my GR07s, but now the left earbud is starting to give out. Definitely a cable issue. Has this been a problem for anyone? Is there any recourse? The price is now like half of what I originally paid so I won't be heartbroken if I have to buy a new pair, but I'd like to avoid that if possible.
What's the condition of the strain reliefs on these? I ask because I had one from the first batch that broke recently, and it started when the strain reliefs detached from the main housing.
The E10, at least, is supposed to be pretty good.  
  At any rate, I think the SP51 is all-around better in sound and build, and has adjustable bass levels, so I would go with that.  
Maybe check ljokerl's review thread for more bassy IEMs, but I think he mentions the idAmerica Spark, Soundmagic E10, DUNU Trident, and MEE SP51 as decent choices. All are on Amazon.  
Are those separate questions? Some of the higher-end Sony Monitor IEMs like the EX600 or EX1000s have pretty good reputations around here, and tend to have a neutral-ish sound. They have some bassy IEMs that are somewhat less well-regarded. As far as bassy goes, a common recommendation is the Atrio MG7 with a 50% off coupon.  
Probably, but they won't absolutely require it. The E10 would be a good investment, though, if you want to upgrade.  
FYI, apparently the FXT90s can be had for $99 in Canada, as FutureShop is selling them...
Well, from everything I've heard, the HM5s isolate well and are comfortable, so that's why I suggested them.  
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