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post #7096 of 16803
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

 

I am a fan of the 3580. For such a cheap product it is a very capable, mildly v-shaped IEM with great bass depth.

 

 

That's something that I wanted to hear from you for a long time since the SHE3580 showed up at the "Planned Review" list wink.gif

 

I too, am pretty amazed by the value it possess.

post #7097 of 16803

Are there any other sub-$500 custom iems you'd like to review? 

post #7098 of 16803

Hi Joker, thanks for your response! I have a third (and final!) question to ask before I take a plunge and pick a pair. I'm still considering the HF3 and A161. How do you think the triple-fi 10s compare to those? Thanks and i'll post my impressions once i decide!

post #7099 of 16803

Great Thread ljokerl!  I've used it many times to help others buy IEMs!  cool.gif

 

 

 

Subscribed.

 

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post #7100 of 16803

Joker, 

 

Shure SE215, Yamaha EPH-100, Brainwavz B2.

 

Which would you recommend for a balanced sound with clarity?

post #7101 of 16803
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Originally Posted by Xinn3r View Post

 

That's something that I wanted to hear from you for a long time since the SHE3580 showed up at the "Planned Review" list wink.gif

 

I too, am pretty amazed by the value it possess.

 

If only I could get around to those planned reviews..

 

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Originally Posted by imackler View Post

Are there any other sub-$500 custom iems you'd like to review? 

 

Sure, there's plenty I would be happy to listen to. Wouldn't mind a benchmark from a more mainstream manufacturer, the JH5 for example. Also lower-end stuff that I think might perform well based on listening to other products in the line, such as the entry-level UMs and the CTM-300. And of course there are plenty of complete unknowns (to me at least), such as the entry-level models from Hidition and Starkey, that I'm curious about. 

 

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Originally Posted by brencho View Post

Hi Joker, thanks for your response! I have a third (and final!) question to ask before I take a plunge and pick a pair. I'm still considering the HF3 and A161. How do you think the triple-fi 10s compare to those? Thanks and i'll post my impressions once i decide!

 

The TF10s are a lot more v-shaped than either of those, with enhanced bass and added treble sparkle. 

 

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Originally Posted by Emospence View Post

Joker, 

 

Shure SE215, Yamaha EPH-100, Brainwavz B2.

 

Which would you recommend for a balanced sound with clarity?

 

The B2.

post #7102 of 16803
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

 

 

The B2.

 

Thanks!

post #7103 of 16803

Is the DN-18 being vented a typo? I can't find any indication of it being open on mine.

 

Also, why is this thread not stickied/put up there on useful links? This might be one of if not THE most active threads on this forum!

post #7104 of 16803
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Originally Posted by GigaFi View Post

Is the DN-18 being vented a typo? I can't find any indication of it being open on mine.

 

Also, why is this thread not stickied/put up there on useful links? This might be one of if not THE most active threads on this forum!

 

The isolation text was mixed up between the DN-17 and DN-18. Fixed now, thanks.

post #7105 of 16803

Wow..

post #7106 of 16803

Amazing thread, thanks!

 

I am looking for in ears up to € 100. I currently own Sennheiser CX300II and want to upgrade.

 

I will be using them mainly with my ipod and really enjoyed the sound of the Sennheiser HD 598 if that is any help in terms of what I like in terms of sound. Balanced and clear with a punchy bass is what I am looking for I guess. And some sort of surround feeling is important to me, if that is at all possible with in ear headphones. Will be using them for all sorts of genres excpet electronic music.

 

Right now I feel like the Beyerdynamics DTX101iE (€ 55) would be a good choice. Would you guys agree? How about alternatives??

 

many thanks

post #7107 of 16803
Originally Posted by ByShine View Post

Wow..

 

This should be EVERYONE'S first post at Head-Fi.

post #7108 of 16803

the beyersynamics are nice , a bit of bass hump not more , do you need the ie version for your ipod ? if no then try the dtx 100 . try these FXT90 , joker says they are really nice , you can try cc51

 or ue 500 ?
 

post #7109 of 16803
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Originally Posted by FlySweep View Post

Originally Posted by ByShine View Post

Wow..

 

This should be EVERYONE'S first post at Head-Fi.

instead of "HELP ME" (looking at myself -_-)

post #7110 of 16803
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Originally Posted by suman134 View Post

the beyersynamics are nice , a bit of bass hump not more , do you need the ie version for your ipod ? if no then try the dtx 100 . try these FXT90 , joker says they are really nice , you can try cc51

 or ue 500 ?
 

 

Are the dtx 100 an outdated model or something since I can´t find them on the Beyer website. In any case they are not cheaper than the 101iE, or is there any other reason you would recommend the 100 over the 101iE? The others you mentioned don´t seem to be very common in Europe, lil hard to find.


Edited by l00l - 6/1/12 at 7:02am
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