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post #106 of 216
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Originally Posted by mark2410 View Post
i guess so they are quick enough for it but im not sure they really are bassy enough for electronic stuff. i never really listen to that sort of music and im not a bass head but its not going to be the ideal for it id have thought.

should be okay though but probably not my first choice for it
what IEMs would you reccommend around the same price for electronic music?
post #107 of 216
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So the Pl50 sold as 49.99$ including shipping all over the world is really a nice price currently.
Since I bought mine before the coupon was available, could you just add $5 to my paypal account?
post #108 of 216
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Originally Posted by nekromantik View Post
what IEMs would you reccommend around the same price for electronic music?
around the same price, erm no idea. for electronic i think denon C751 but thats rather more expensive
post #109 of 216
I think you can get their C551 model for the same price as the PL-50 from Amazon.
post #110 of 216
is the C551 much worse then 751?
post #111 of 216
do you think this is good for classical too? I'm looking for something that is a bit lower price for taking it around...
post #112 of 216
@vic225 look here.
post #113 of 216
many thanks
post #114 of 216
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Originally Posted by nekromantik View Post
what IEMs would you reccommend around the same price for electronic music?
I'd save up and get the $74 Cyclone pr2 instead. It doesn't get much better with electronia even compared to high end universal IEMs like the IE8 and fx500.
post #115 of 216
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for classical? id say yes but not going to have the power particularly in the low end to be very authoritative in grand orchestral works. smaller scale things id think it would be good
post #116 of 216
I got the UE SF3 and fiio E5 instead =)
post #117 of 216
thank for review
post #118 of 216
Trying these out and I'm a bit underwhelmed. I'm having trouble getting a good fit as the left one keeps slipping out. I wasn't expecting them to compete with my Denon C710s, but I expected a bit better. It sounds a bit muffled with the stock tips. I'll give it a while and try out the other tips.
post #119 of 216
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muffled?

try them on some heavily vocal stuff as thats where they really shine
post #120 of 216
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Originally Posted by mark2410 View Post
muffled?

try them on some heavily vocal stuff as thats where they really shine
Woah, only saw this now. Late late LATE reply due to me being swamped over the Christmas period.

Muffled like I'm not getting the full sound. Its like there's a sheet over the IEMs or something.

I think its the fit to be honest - they just don't get deep enough into my ear. They sound pretty good when I push them a little deeper. Unfortunately, I can't get it to stay there with any of the tips that come with it. Any advice?
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