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post #11626 of 14100

You guys sure like to confuse me, I think I am gonna buy a low end bang for the buck iem and wait for the new generation of vsonics. Now I saw a few other options in this level, such as ue 600, vsd1 and the brainwavz s1. Which do you guys think it will suit better for a warm, good in lows signature but not bassy signature and that performs well with vocals and symphonics?

post #11627 of 14100
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Originally Posted by n0str3ss View Post
 

You guys sure like to confuse me, I think I am gonna buy a low end bang for the buck iem and wait for the new generation of vsonics. Now I saw a few other options in this level, such as ue 600, vsd1 and the brainwavz s1. Which do you guys think it will suit better for a warm, good in lows signature but not bassy signature and that performs well with vocals and symphonics?

 

brainwavz S1 new model not enough reviews, look cheap and bulky. Vsd1 have a good midbass more than gr02be or gr07be, but not enough subbass extension like gr02be, the sound is very balanced, look neat and even have something premium.


Edited by stimer - 9/29/13 at 7:28am
post #11628 of 14100

I am looking for IEMs with great bass. I cant find new Future Sonics Atrio M8.

Whats the difference between M8, M7 and M5? 

Mabye there is something new in these price range with good bass and good isolatnion?

post #11629 of 14100
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Originally Posted by n0str3ss View Post
 

You guys sure like to confuse me, I think I am gonna buy a low end bang for the buck iem and wait for the new generation of vsonics. Now I saw a few other options in this level, such as ue 600, vsd1 and the brainwavz s1. Which do you guys think it will suit better for a warm, good in lows signature but not bassy signature and that performs well with vocals and symphonics?

 

     close your eyes , and get the ue600 .

post #11630 of 14100
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brainwavz S1 new model not enough reviews, look cheap and bulky. Vsd1 have a good midbass more than gr02be or gr07be, but not enough subbass extension like gr02be, the sound is very balanced, look neat and even have something premium.

 

 

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     close your eyes , and get the ue600 .

 

The confusion right now is overwhelming :(

post #11631 of 14100
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Originally Posted by n0str3ss View Post
 

 

 

 

The confusion right now is overwhelming :(

 

I have not heard ue600 but comparing vsd1 and gr07be I realized that overpay 100$ there is no sense, vsd1 to me to be more balanced. You have to listen to both models and your ears decide what to take.

post #11632 of 14100
Thread Starter 

Forgot to mention that the abridged buyer's guide has been updated with the SteelSeries Flux taking the place of the HiSoundAudio Crystal. 

 

The review queue at the front of this thread has also been updated.

 

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Which would be some good iems under the 135$ mark with a warm sound signature and good for vocals?

 

JVC HA-FXT90 is pretty good with a non-recessed vocal presentation and good bass. It's now around $100 on ebay. The Shure SE215 is another option. The RHA MA-750 is sounding promising so far but I'm not sure what the price is on it outside of the UK.

 

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/LG-HSS-F530-W-earphones-QuadBeat2-Built-in-microphone-For-Smartphone-White-/221289843422?pt=US_Headphones&hash=item3385e70ade

 

How about this ? I couldn't find any review. New Quick Beat2.

 

Quadbeat 2. It's brand new. I haven't heard it (yet).

 
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Originally Posted by xpok View Post
 

I am looking for IEMs with great bass. I cant find new Future Sonics Atrio M8.

Whats the difference between M8, M7 and M5? 

Mabye there is something new in these price range with good bass and good isolatnion?

 

If I remember correctly those are just the different colors. M8 = blue, M5 = black, etc. I think it's still a great option for bass and isolation. The Yamaha EPH-100 would be another. 

post #11633 of 14100

Which sub-$60 IEMs would be suitable for electronic/synth and female vocals? (artists such as Chvrches and Purity Ring for example)

post #11634 of 14100
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post
 

Forgot to mention that the abridged buyer's guide has been updated with the SteelSeries Flux taking the place of the HiSoundAudio Crystal. 

 

The review queue at the front of this thread has also been updated.

 

 

JVC HA-FXT90 is pretty good with a non-recessed vocal presentation and good bass. It's now around $100 on ebay. The Shure SE215 is another option. The RHA MA-750 is sounding promising so far but I'm not sure what the price is on it outside of the UK.

 

 

Quadbeat 2. It's brand new. I haven't heard it (yet).

 

If I remember correctly those are just the different colors. M8 = blue, M5 = black, etc. I think it's still a great option for bass and isolation. The Yamaha EPH-100 would be another. 

 

Yeah you are right quadbeat 2 :) It is LG G2's headphone. It has 3 buttons. But need to test it. There is no review on the internet.

post #11635 of 14100
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Which sub-$60 IEMs would be suitable for electronic/synth and female vocals? (artists such as Chvrches and Purity Ring for example)

The Monster Gratitudes are currently $59 on Amazon. They're a steal at that price and great for your kind of music.
post #11636 of 14100
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The Monster Gratitudes are currently $59 on Amazon. They're a steal at that price and great for your kind of music.

 

Can't seem to find much information on the Gratitudes and Monster doesn't exactly have a good track record. 

 

I thought about it and I actually would say I don't want to spend more than $35 on IEMs

post #11637 of 14100
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Can't seem to find much information on the Gratitudes and Monster doesn't exactly have a good track record. 

 

I thought about it and I actually would say I don't want to spend more than $35 on IEMs

 

********.  Monster makes a number of very good headphones and the Gratitudes/Yao Solars definitely fall in that category.

post #11638 of 14100
Thread Starter 

Heads up for anyone who wants a great cheap in-ear - the PNY Uptown is down to $8.99 on the official site: http://www3.pny.com/category_buymulti.aspx?Category_ID=514 . Not sure about shipping costs but this is one of the best earphones for the money - better than tons of other sub-$50 sets. 

 

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Can't seem to find much information on the Gratitudes and Monster doesn't exactly have a good track record. 

 

I thought about it and I actually would say I don't want to spend more than $35 on IEMs

 

Something warm and smooth, with mids that aren't too recessed, would be a safe choice. Dunu Trident, Sony MH1C, even the PNYs mentioned above. 

post #11639 of 14100
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Heads up for anyone who wants a great cheap in-ear - the PNY Uptown is down to $8.99 on the official site: http://www3.pny.com/category_buymulti.aspx?Category_ID=514 . Not sure about shipping costs but this is one of the best earphones for the money - better than tons of other sub-$50


$10.15 shipping. Ouch!
post #11640 of 14100
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

Heads up for anyone who wants a great cheap in-ear - the PNY Uptown is down to $8.99 on the official site: http://www3.pny.com/category_buymulti.aspx?Category_ID=514 . Not sure about shipping costs but this is one of the best earphones for the money - better than tons of other sub-$50


$10.15 shipping. Ouch!

 

$10.71 shipping for me which brings the Uptowns up to $19.70. Would they still be worth purchasing at that price?

 

Seems kind of funny how much it costs to ship a set of IEMs from a US-based company.


Edited by xD4rkFire - 9/29/13 at 7:16pm
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