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Monster Turbine Pro Coppers Vs Klipsch X10

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Which are better for warranty and overall balanced audio?

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Durability is also a factor.

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Monster Turbine Pro Copper, has awesome warranty, great durability, and great sound quality.

While the X10 is small, comfortable, sound is good, but fragile.

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Originally Posted by yliu View Post

Monster Turbine Pro Copper, has awesome warranty, great durability, and great sound quality.

While the X10 is small, comfortable, sound is good, but fragile.


thanks for the reply. how are the cables? are they prone to internal breakage or are they pretty good?

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Which one would you say has the best overall sound for punk rock, metal, techno, drum and bass etc? acoustics are good too.

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thanks for the reply. how are the cables? are they prone to internal breakage or are they pretty good?


The X10's cables are thin, and lot of people had the cable splitting where it goes into the earphone. I haven't have any problems with my X10, but I guess it's because I don't really use it.

I never heard or experienced internal breakage with the X10.

The Turbines are great (I don't have it, but I tried the Golds once) the cable seems very durable, and doesn't seem that it's gonna split or break anytime soon.


Edited by yliu - 8/28/10 at 4:47am
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So I'm guessing they aren't for me seeing as I have gone through a fair few IEM's in the past year. damn cables 

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There are plenty of IEM with replaceable cables, like the IE8, SE535.

And I read that the Westome 3 cables are very durable.

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Thanks for the help I'll probably stay with getting the turbines. 

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are westone 3's comparable with turbines and klipsch image x10's? 

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Thanks for the help I'll probably stay with getting the turbines. 


Good choice.

 

I read somewhere that stated the Klipsch X10 didn't stand a chance against the Turbine Pros.

 

Westones are a good choice, if you are willing to pay that kind of money. Turbine's are much cheaper, especially the sale J&R has/had.

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Good choice.

 

I read somewhere that stated the Klipsch X10 didn't stand a chance against the Turbine Pros.

 

I guess you are paying a load of extra money for the X10 just because it's so small.

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Exactly. Although, price ranges vary depending on manufacturer as well.

 

But in a general sense, the more technology they can stuff in a smaller body, the more it will cost.

 

This is why full sized headphones have a better "bang for your buck" ratio.

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