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post #7111 of 16803

for a common iem try the ultimate ears 600 , sony xba1 , they are available in europe easily . i will say get the ue 600 , they got a bit of bass and nice clarity .
 

post #7112 of 16803

beyers are not bad at all , you can go for 101ie .
 

post #7113 of 16803
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If only I could get around to those planned reviews..

 

 

I really wish I could help in any way I can.

 

All I can say is, thank you and don't give up! 


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post #7114 of 16803
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Originally Posted by ljokerl View Post

 

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

 

 

I really wish I could help in any way I can.

 

All I can say is, thank you and don't give up! 


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post #7115 of 16803
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beyers are not bad at all , you can go for 101ie .
 

 

What about Klipsch S4 or Shure SE215 as alternatives?

 

Especially the SE215 seem to add more sound quality compared to the 101iE. Is that right?

post #7116 of 16803

se 215 is awesome for bass if you need bass , has good clarity , but is over ear styled , dont go for image s4 , its too muddy and bass is huge too , much colored and yes s4 is fun . se 215 is a nice choice , i will suggest it over the dtx 101ie , not over sony ex 600 or ue 600 , but ue dont have much bass . se 215 is best for you , just make sure your not buying the old batch , they had some trouble with the connector .
 

post #7117 of 16803
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Originally Posted by suman134 View Post

se 215 is best for you , just make sure your not buying the old batch , they had some trouble with the connector .
 

I already ran into that problem reading through a review on here. Is it definetly solved with the new batch?? How can I identify the new batch? After a certain date or something?

 

I will try the se215 in a store next week, if they are comfortable and I can make sure the cable problem is solved than I will go for the se215 (€ 88). If not Beyer 101ie (€ 60) will be my choice.


Edited by l00l - 6/1/12 at 1:03pm
post #7118 of 16803

After a week of reading this excellent thread (plus others) I have finally pulled the trigger on 3 IEM's (RE-ZERO, A161p and EPH-100) in the hopes that one will make my ears happy.  I figure at least if none of them are keepers that I'll have a much better idea of what I'm after in an IEM.  It's difficult to find places to buy the IEM's that have a good return policy.  Wish me luck!

post #7119 of 16803

Quick question:

If you could get both the Meelec SP51 and the Brainwavz M4 for roughly 30$, which one would you pick?

Both are with mic and mic is a necessity in my case.

Hope you guys can enlighten me :)

post #7120 of 16803
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Originally Posted by l00l View Post

 

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.

 

The DTX60/80/100 were all discontinued in favor of the newer DTX71/DTX101. I don't think there will be much of a sound difference (if any) between the DTX100 and DTX101.

 

 
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Originally Posted by l00l View Post

I already ran into that problem reading through a review on here. Is it definetly solved with the new batch?? How can I identify the new batch? After a certain date or something?

 

I will try the se215 in a store next week, if they are comfortable and I can make sure the cable problem is solved than I will go for the se215 (€ 88). If not Beyer 101ie (€ 60) will be my choice.

 

Trying before buying is always the best way to go. For what it's worth the 101 iE won't be as clear or detailed as the SE215, partly because it has heavier bass (esp mid-bass), but it has warmer, more forward mids. 

 

 

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Originally Posted by mondrin View Post

After a week of reading this excellent thread (plus others) I have finally pulled the trigger on 3 IEM's (RE-ZERO, A161p and EPH-100) in the hopes that one will make my ears happy.  I figure at least if none of them are keepers that I'll have a much better idea of what I'm after in an IEM.  It's difficult to find places to buy the IEM's that have a good return policy.  Wish me luck!

 

Sounds like three great choices, if only to pave the way for future purchases. Good luck!

 

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Originally Posted by zephyr90 View Post

Quick question:

If you could get both the Meelec SP51 and the Brainwavz M4 for roughly 30$, which one would you pick?

Both are with mic and mic is a necessity in my case.

Hope you guys can enlighten me :)

 

I haven't heard the M4 but that sounds like a good price for the SP51P, especially if you like heavier bass.

post #7121 of 16803

just make sure your buying from a well known seller and dont go for the cheapest deal , take one in between , if encountered trouble , make sure you have a service center near by . there are some sites which give a replacement in 30 days if not happy , chose them if there is any .
 

post #7122 of 16803

@Joker

 

Is Xears XE200PRO also better than the Fischer Audio Eterna Rev.1? How would you compare them bass-wise and overall sound? Is it a good decision to buy Xears XE200PRO and sell the Brainwavz M2?

post #7123 of 16803

What do you think out of the newer Fischer Audio models would suit me most? SBA-03, Jazz, Paradigm v3, Tandem, Consonance? I guess I gravitate to the Balanced or Warm+Sweet spectrum, but do not like obviously recessed mids; the PR401 has a bit of that, but is fixable in EQ. GR07 are for sure my favourite with their sub-bass presence.


Edited by jarrett - 6/2/12 at 10:59am
post #7124 of 16803
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by abhijollyguy View Post

@Joker

 

Is Xears XE200PRO also better than the Fischer Audio Eterna Rev.1? How would you compare them bass-wise and overall sound? Is it a good decision to buy Xears XE200PRO and sell the Brainwavz M2?

 

If you like the signature, the XE200Pro is better. If you don't - worse. Compared to the Eterna it is more balanced, with less relative emphasis on the bass and more on the midrange. 

 

 

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Originally Posted by jarrett View Post

What do you think out of the newer Fischer Audio models would suit me most? SBA-03, Jazz, Paradigm v3, Tandem, Consonance? I guess I gravitate to the Balanced or Warm+Sweet spectrum, but do not like obviously recessed mids; the PR401 has a bit of that, but is fixable in EQ. GR07 are for sure my favourite with their sub-bass presence.

 

The Consonance is somewhat v-shaped (more so than PR401) and the Tandem hasn't got nearly as much treble as the GR07. The Jazz would probably suit you best singature-wise but it's not on-par with the others technically. The SBA-03 is the flattest and most balanced, with slightly relaxed treble. It has more bass than an Ety but not as much as a GR07.

post #7125 of 16803

hello

 

any options for something better/upgrade to the E30 (maybe a fuller sound?) , keeping a fairly good comfort and built and offering some more isolation?

 

thanks


Edited by 7Heaven - 6/2/12 at 3:58pm
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