HBS-1100 I believe. I don't trust amazon reviews so much. They even have a mixed review for SBH80. Come on. The beats studios have a 4 star review. Though it is a new product, so do look at more credible reviews before buying it.
Few notes. I've never been a fan of monster IEMs. Expect them to be more than "slight bass boost". So that should be a no no for you. I would stay away from "sport" oriented IEMs, as they always are really bassy. That's what outdoor IEMs are meant to be like. LG has a new version of the HBS line, with BA drivers. Those are supposed to be amazing. I've tried the as800 and hated it for a strong V shaped tuning, but if the ex750bt sounds similar to ex750, it should be at...
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I love products with interesting names: Musical Fidelity Merlin(Merlin from the Knights of the Round Table), Wavelet Design Opus1, and most of JH Audio’s new CIEMs to name a few. Rasiel, correctly spelled Raziel, is an archangel in Judaism that is the keeper of the secrets. Quite frankly, I don’t see how...
Depends on the amp and the speakers, but in many cases, you can just tighten the bare wires to the amp terminal and the speaker terminal. I have a pair set up like that, and another pair that uses spade plugs. It's honestly much more basic than you might think.
Hmm W4R might fit you better. All the W lines are exactly the same sounding from what I recall(4, 4R, and 40), and I personally like the design of W4R more than W40. It's a warm sound, and the around the ear cables will definitely help it stay in your ears. I would shy away from Dunu, as, as amazing as the sound is, the fit might not work that well for you. If you're a fan of darker sound, and have bigger ears, IM04 or IM03 might work pretty well too. Just my two cents.
So there is nothing stopping debris from entering the drivers? That shouldn't be the case, unless they sold you a faulty(or in this case, a pair with missing parts) IEMs. The filter system on SE line is different from that of Etys. I don't think Shure will recommend that you pull out the filter. The filters in them are semi-permanent for the average user.