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I wouldn't be able to say...I've never tried the HTF600s
Selling my ATH-ES55BK's. No physical or audio related issues, I simply do not use them enough to warrant keeping them. I am the second owner of these headphones. They will come with the original box with the carrying case/bag.   PM me with any questions or offers. Shipping is not included in asking price.   Pics will be uploaded soon.   EDIT: Pic uploaded   EDIT2: Price drop.
Selling my like new Vsonic Gr07 MK1s. All accessories except the super tiny buds will be included as well as the box they came in. The headphones were purchased on June 16, 2012, and have received light, less than daily use since their delivery. I would estimate they have only 25-30 hours on them, tops. They have no issues, I simply do not use them enough to warrant keeping them.   Feel free to PM me with any questions you may have. Shipping is not included in the...
Anything comparable to the Westone 4s in a dynamic driver IEM?
This has probably been answered by now, but is the general consensus that the Gr07s are superior to the EPH-100s? By superior I mean in terms of over all sound quality.   If there overall quality is close enough that preference is entirely subjective, which phone would be better suited for someone looking for the most accuracy and detail, while still having a good amount of bass?   I'm seriously considering the Gr07s, but am a bit concerned that they may be...
JVC HA-FX700 > Westone 4 > Brainwavz B2 > JVC HA-FXT-90 > Ultimate Ears Triple fi 10 > Klipsch Image S4  
Is that all? Surely there're others..
What are some other dynamic micro driver IEMs like this? Besides the Meelec CC51? Thanks.
  ...Except in the case where this is completely inaccurate when you actually take the time to consider the entire product offerings by these two brands and don't simply write them off because you generalize them as "fashion accessories." The aforementioned Mix Master Mike by Skullcandy is an excellent example, as are the Aviators and the Pros by Beats. In hearing the latter two examples, I can say they sound good and have a "real sound signature" in their own right.    
Yes, sure. I understand the standard reasons people will give as to why Beats or what have you are popular. That wasn't my point. The sad thing is that your statements included more thought than the so called review did. I view head-fi as the sort of place where I can go to find as close to objective analyses of headphones as possible, where the pros and cons are discussed equally, so that I may make decisions with the help of such reviews. Again, this review provides...
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