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Earsonics SM3 or IE8

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Which are better for bass?


I listen to Techno/R&B/Rap/Electric Music.


Do the SM3's have a detachable cord (I can change the cord connecting to the IEM's).

post #2 of 44
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Any help lol?

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So you are leaving FX700 ship? I thought you are in love with it. I guess not then.

 

post #5 of 44
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I did love them!

 

I need more bass punch and isolation!

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Originally Posted by Anthonym View Post

So you are leaving FX700 ship? I thought you are in love with it. I guess not then.

 

post #6 of 44
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Where can I buy the SM3's?

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What type of Comply tips do the SM's use?

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If I say the FX-700 sounds better than IE8, would you agree with me?

 

If I say the transparency on FX is a notch above IE8, would you agree with me?

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Absolutely!

 

However, I needed more isolation.


Can you help me with my questions?

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If I say the FX-700 sounds better than IE8, would you agree with me?

 

If I say the transparency on FX is a notch above IE8, would you agree with me?

post #10 of 44

I have not receive the SM3 yet, so I don't know which Comply would fit. But I am guessing the P series of the T-100 series. And by the way, IE8 does not provide much isolation too. Just a tad more, but nothing compared to Etymotic.

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Okay, perfect.

 

Do over-ears feel uncomfortable?

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Originally Posted by koonhua90 View Post

I have not receive the SM3 yet, so I don't know which Comply would fit. But I am guessing the P series of the T-100 series. And by the way, IE8 does not provide much isolation too. Just a tad more, but nothing compared to Etymotic.

post #12 of 44

You get used to it. I wear all my IEMs over the ear because it eliminates or reduces microphonics. Now wearing them the normal way no longer feels comfortable.

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Over the ear does not make much difference in terms of comfort, but if you're wearing glasses, it'll a bit of a hassle when putting the on, but after that you're go to go.

post #14 of 44

Most decent earphones can be worn over the ear and probably preferred. You do get used to it however and it isn't bad after a while. I was hesitant at first because of glasses but it works fine now. It's automatic now with over the ear :)

post #15 of 44

just poped in the 8 and for bass i dont think they can be beat, its pretty awesome

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