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post #2476 of 16803
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Originally Posted by UserFriendly View Post

Oh, so it's 03/27/11

 

Why aren't there any Sennheiser/Bose/Shure reviews on this thread?

Also, good earphones for under $250?


new Radius W21 are supposed to be promising

Tip: Dimitri from Musica Acoustics.com offering Special price for headfi members for under 250,

Contact directly to receive the Special ksc75smile.gif

 

post #2477 of 16803
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

Well, they are all similar in that they are fairly balanced dynamic-driver earphones in the $150-200 range. I do like the GR07 better than the IE7 personally but right now (still <50 hrs burn-in) it falls just a bit a short of being a top-tier dynamic. It matches my preferences better than the Radius TWF21 but I'm the first to admit that it's not nearly as smooth and lush.

 

Yep! None of my top IEMs feel threatened by GR07 either. I think of it more as a good companion to those top-tiers than an able replacement. Mine too is still under 50 hrs, so will give it a proper listen this weekend.
 

 

post #2478 of 16803

Why aren't there any Sennheiser/Bose/Shure earphones on this thread? 

post #2479 of 16803
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Originally Posted by ickayR View Post

Does the genre that I listen to really make a difference when I pick IEM's. Which of all these do you think is the overall best?

Edit: are the klipcsh s4's any good?
post #2480 of 16803

answer my question plox

post #2481 of 16803

Really? Can't you read?

I remember there is an IE8, a CX300, CX281... at least... lol!

No bose and shure? the author of the thread reviews whatever he wants, lol, nobody is paying for it.. lol

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answer my question plox



 

post #2482 of 16803

Ctrl-F on page 1

 

Type in "Sennheiser", and you'll see plenty of Senny reviews.

 

Bose is not a very popular brand here, you can do a quick search to see why...

 

and...since Joker isn't loaded with money, I guess no one has offered to lend their shures to him for review

post #2483 of 16803

...I thought Bose was good.

post #2484 of 16803
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...I thought Bose was good.



They're quite good if they go for 10% of their asking price

post #2485 of 16803

Heh, a lot more than 10% actually. 

post #2486 of 16803

Bose and Monster products would garner a lot less hate if they just priced them reasonably at about 1/3 of the MSRP.

post #2487 of 16803
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Heh, a lot more than 10% actually. 


Just an expression wink.gif

 

post #2488 of 16803

Does anybody know if there is a cap to the ignore list?

post #2489 of 16803

Monster earphones are less than $250.

Unless you're talking about headphones.

post #2490 of 16803
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Originally Posted by UserFriendly View Post

Monster earphones are less than $250.

Unless you're talking about headphones.

 

Yes, and they're also terrible for MSRP (unless you're talking about Turbines or Turbine derivatives, in which case they're pretty good - but only for street price).

 

Please, read the reviews in this thread before asking questions. Joker's worked very hard to compile a very large list of IEMs in this thread, all with prices and value scores.

 

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