I was just looking at UE's web site, and it appears they have added a two IEMs to their "Super.fi 5" line (in addition to the Pros and EBs): The Super.fi 5 and the Super.fi 5 VI. The latter being the "iPhone" version of the former.
The Super.fi 5s are a single armature design. Amazon is currently selling them for $150.00 as compared to $190.00 for the Super.fi 5 Pros.
I do like the more durable, metal design of the Super.fi 5s.
Has anyone compared the two?
Jays Q-Jays for $180.00
Sleed Audio SA6 for $200.00
I am coming from Audio-Technica ATH-CK7s and don't want to spend more than $200.00.
Living and commuting in Washington, DC I need phones that isolate very well (while riding Metro, etc.) and are very durable (I have dropped my CK7s several times onto concrete and they are very durable).
I like the CK7s...I just want more! I don't need head-thumping bass but I want more bass. I want more accurate highs. But I...
So, in terms of isolation, robustness, quality, and ability to reproduce a wide range of sound (with an emphasis on female vocal trance perhaps), which would you pick?
Future Sonics m5/m8 for $179.00
UE Super.Fi 5 Pros for $190.00
Klipsch Custom-2 for $200.00
SleekAudio SA6 for $200 (reduced)
Jays Q-Jays for $219.00