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Well, first of all thank you all guys for the suggestions as you've made me aware of some earphones I didn't even know existed! As I said some of the brands are not even sold here "Down Under"! Being a fan of Audio Technica (both times I went to Japan I came back with a pair!) I took the plunge and bought a pair of Ck 10 today. They are amazing! Just what I was looking for. They are very comfy as well. If I have to be fussy they lack a bit of bass but I will live happily...
As I said in my original post I did not find them very comfortable
Hi, thank you for the link. Looking at the graph for the IE8 they seem to have quite a response in the high frequencies. Do you own a pair since there's a picture next to your name? If so could you give me your opinion? Thank you.
Thank you for adding the extra info. I'm in Australia and it's quite common that some brands might not be available. Owning some Audio Technica already I'm quite a fan so the CK10 seems inviting (I've checked the cost of the CK100 and they are considerbaly more expensive).  
As I'm not familiar with the models you guys posted could you please tell me which manufacturers they belong too? Thank you in the meantime for taking the time in posting your opinions.
Hi. I listen to mainly rock, but I like some soft jazz and acoustic, so I guess that I like clear cymbals and acoustic guitar. I have a pair of Audio Technica Ath esw9 and ath ad900 for portable and home use respectevely and i love their sound.
Hi. I'd love some advise on my quest to find the perfect ear/in ear phones. I do like very crisp high, this is the most important requirement. They don't need to be "bassy", just the right amount. I have tried and liked the sound of the Sleek Audio SA6, but I gave up after 2 cable failures; the UE Triple Fi 10 Pro, but I found them uncomfortable after a while, shame as the sound was good. I've had a brief listen to the Shure SE530 but the trebles were too rolled...
Quote: Originally Posted by tstarn06 One vote for the Klipsch Image X10s, which are currently available on Amazon for $211.99 shipped. I own the SA6s too, and have been lucky overall with service, durability etc. To me, the Klipsch have a similar sound, but are very comfortable, very good highs/mids and excellent bass, and seem durable too. They amp well. No iPhone/Touch cable (need accessory), but at that price, you have money left for a decent amp. I...
Quote: Originally Posted by Wmcmanus I completely agree, but I've found with these kinds of threads that money often is an object. . Well, you're right as I certainly would like to be able to pay for milk and bread after I purchase the earphones! I think that the title of the thread can be taken to the extremes so let's say that if you had about $500 and my requirements where would you invest your money? Thank you and sorry for the slightly...
Quote: Originally Posted by Libertad The ER-4P/S are famous for there overall clarity and it wouldn't be a bad choice as the guy above mentioned just be sure if the get the ER-4S that you get a amp to. In dynamic the HJE900 is also an option. If money is no object to you the Triple.fis i hear have great treble as do its custom counter parts the UE10 and the UE11 Whats the source and budget your working with if you don't mind me asking. I don't...
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