I haven't come across any, personally. Closest in my collection would be a detachable-cable IEM and the Westone 64" cord.
Not compared to the H-100, at least not to my ears. I think the mid-bass emphasis helps in the case of the TF10, keeping the overall fullness of the sound good.
Not really an upgrade - the H-100 and TF10 are about on the same level IMO. The H-100 is more v-shaped to me, brighter, and emphasizes subbass over midbass. The TF10 has more mid-bass and isn't as bright. Also, the note thickness is more uniform and the overall tone is warmer. If you can afford it and don't mind the (lack of) isolation, I would go for the FX700 still - it's just very coherent and powerful with those dynamic drivers. Otherwise, it really depends on whether you want the H-100 for more of a wow factor (plenty of subbass, wide soundstage, bright and clear sound, etc) or the more restrained TF10.
Really looking forward to the upcoming reviews of Triple.Fi 10, IE800, S1/S2, 7550!
A bit sad you won't include the Dirac DSP corrected XTZ EarPhone-12.
The technology have great potential.
Would be interesting to see CK100Pro, Stagediver SD-2/3 and JH13 Pro added to the list.
If the XTZ had an Android DSP app I'd give it another try. Without any correction it sounds pretty meh.
I do have a JH13Pro that will be added eventually. It's one of my favorite CIEMs.
Hope this is okay to post here. First off, thank you for all the information/review of the IEM's. I am looking for a balanced/warm/neutral set of IEM"s that are comfortable. Problem is the budget, just $30. =P I was thinking of trying to get the Vsonic GR99, if I can find it. Or a Nuforce NE-600X. Any suggestions out there? If this is not a good place to post, please, Moderator or Admin delete it. =D Posted in the Introductions, Help and Recommendations Sub-Forum.
The GR99 is not very neutral but it's a solid earphone for the money. I would actually recommend the LG Quadbeat over it though if you don't mind a slightly v-shaped sound. It's more neutral than the GR99 overall and sounds very good for the $25-30 it runs on eBay. Only caveat is that you might have to invest in some aftermarket eartips because the stock ones aren't great, but with some planning you can still stay within a $30 budget.