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in europe hje900 are to much expensive, what are sb?

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I have the same problem, no way to get good earphones in a "real store". Of course you can order online but I like to avoid that. I think if you want to know what else you could do with RE0 kind of sound, the Xcape and RE-ZERO are indeed good choices. But I rather choose a different sound sig instead of a similar one. I will probably end up getting a HJE900 over the internet as well some day. No idea what SB is.

 

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in europe hje900 are to much expensive, what are sb?

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Thank you for this top-notch post! Your effort is beyond heroic! o2smile.gif

 

It would be really interesting to see your review of Senheisser IE6. I have been looking into it but haven't found many good reviews on it... I wonder if its a forgotten little gem


Thanks! I don't think the IE6 has been forgotten - it's just a little too expensive for what it offers at the ~$130 it usually sells for. Sound-wise it competes very well with the Brainwavz earphones and Fischer dynamics but it's nearly twice as expensive as some of them. It is very comfortable and well-built though.

 


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Hello everyone, I own the re0, i am very satisfied, and i want to give something under $ 100 with the same stamp but a little softer and lower, i tought sw-xcape or re zero. wath do you recommend?


If you really want to stay within a half-step of the RE0 I think the RE-ZERO is closer to what you are looking for. Personally I'd be tempted to try something a little different but it's your call.


 


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in europe hje900 are to much expensive, what are sb?


Silver Bullets (as in Fischer Audio Silver Bullets)

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Added two Sony sets - XB40EX and EX082. Very impressed with the EX082 - for a stock earbud it is the best I've heard by a margin. 

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i have the ex082 and although they are ok for stock buds, i couldn't put them in front of any of my other iems ive owned (except the M9s and my first iems koss "plugs".

I feel the mids are far too recessed (the same reason i didnt like the M9s)

I like my mids ksc75smile.gif

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i have the ex082 and although they are ok for stock buds, i couldn't put them in front of any of my other iems ive owned (except the M9s and my first iems koss "plugs".

I feel the mids are far too recessed (the same reason i didnt like the M9s)

I like my mids ksc75smile.gif



Well consider yourself lucky - you haven't owned as many terrible earphones as I have tongue.gif

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Well consider yourself lucky - you haven't owned as many terrible earphones as I have tongue.gif

 

 

I think i have you and your excellent reviews to thank for the choices i have made beerchug.gif

At least my choices after the koss plugs and and the skull candys (i only have myself to blame for those)

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and you think that is better sb or eterna (i don't like exagerated bass)

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If you don't like exaggerated bass then you are looking at the wrong thing. Eterna is about as far as you can get from accurate bass...at least of everything I've heard

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Great effort!! Truly outstanding, atleast from where I stay (India) we have least access to all these amazing stuffs you have. Bought a Brainwavz M2 based entirely on your review and my sound preference and trust me, it was spot on!! I love them completely!! Thanks a lot!!

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and you think that is better sb or eterna (i don't like exagerated bass)


Not sure which earphone you are referring to as 'that' but between the Eterna and Silver Bullets the Bullets definitely have more natural bass levels.



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Great effort!! Truly outstanding, atleast from where I stay (India) we have least access to all these amazing stuffs you have. Bought a Brainwavz M2 based entirely on your review and my sound preference and trust me, it was spot on!! I love them completely!! Thanks a lot!!



Thanks, glad to hear that! It's great when someone finds a good match with so little trial-and-error ksc75smile.gif

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hi there

 

could you recommand some earphones with a lot of bass and good clarity?

 

i have a protapro and monster jamz,  protapro sounds great but too muddy,  jamz have good clarity and detail but i could use some  more bass

 

 

price under 100-120 cheaper the better

 

thank


Edited by akacoke - 12/9/10 at 1:41am
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Hi there,

 

Just joined and wanted to post for the sole purpose of thanking you.  Spent a lot of time reading your reviews and through a lot of research, I've decided to go with the CK10s (my old Sennheisers died today).  I never would have even heard of them, to be honest, until I read your post today, so thank you.  Got a great deal for them on a site called Accessory Jack as well!

 

Thanks again!

 

 

 

 

 

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Thats true!! But i guess this is a disease in itself... At tha back of my mind I am also thinking what next!?? What would it be that would take me to the next level of enjoying great sound!! And would definitely require help from the experienced fellow members out here!!

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Thats true!! But i guess this is a disease in itself... At tha back of my mind I am also thinking what next!?? What would it be that would take me to the next level of enjoying great sound!! And would definitely require help from the experienced fellow members out here!!


If you find a cure, let me know wink.gif. There always seems to be a "next level" or "a different experience" available.

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