The TS02 might have a bit more just because of the greater bass quantity.
I just want to say thank you for this amazing guide. It is, hands down, the best I've come across.
I'm also very psyched to see what you have to say about the upcoming Logitech/Ultimate Ears reviews.
Lastly, I've tried upgrading my M6s to the S4 and they sounded like **** in my opinion. Then I tried the 700X and they're far too uncomfortable and fatiguing to my smaller ears. I keep going back to my M6s, but i hate the over the hear design. I'm thinking the UE 700s will do the trick.. hoping.
I also want to point out your accuracy in these reviews. After using all three I have listed, I can confirm your opinions on all of them.
'Upcoming' is a very flexible word but I'm glad you've found the thread useful. The UE700 sounds nothing like the M6, S4, or NE-700X but it's a good earphone now that logitech has lowered the MSRP to <$150.
Thanks for the informative thread - to |joker| and all the contributors - among the most inviting on the forum for me. I'll be upgrading to the Sunrise Xcape, (but reviews have me leaning toward the "Impressive Edition" when(?) it becomes available.) I can drop $85 right away, but if cost is closer to $100+, I'll have to wait until July...
This oughtta knock the socks off of my much-abused Sony EX300... More balance, more precision, and more physicality...
You've probably been reading about the old Xcape, which you can no longer buy anyway. In the near future your options will be the Impressive Edition and the Xcited, which are different from each other and from the original Xcape.
Sunrise recommends 200 hrs for the Xcape IE and 100 for the Xcited.
And another fine interpretation. I think the highs fine if slightly elevated as they're not peaky. I actually prefer them to the 4p but I understand why the 4p has a higher sound rating. It is slightly more informative and deliniated but it's top is too much for me. Others will feel different.
I've never actually heard the ER-4P.
Good to know.