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post #46 of 56

It's kind of hard to pick a single best because they're all really good in different ways.  You'll be hard pressed to find a single pair of IEMs that suit all your needs exactly.  The HJE900s can be good for classical if you EQ it the right way.  If I HAD to pick one overall out of all those I would go with the Silver Bullets.  They're a great deal and you can find them from a reputable seller on ebay for $70 shipped.  Bugden is $67 but they are sold out.
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Which out of those that you just recommended, would you say has the best OVERALL sound quality? i think its undisputed that the HJE900 is the best out of those for rock and hip hop but how is it for classical?

 

but it's good that you say they'll go back down " class="bbcode_smiley" height="1" src="http://files.head-fi.org/images/smilies//smily_headphones1.gif" title=":)" width="1" /> any idea when? and hopefully it goes even farther :P!

post #47 of 56

mmm i think im going to stick with the HJE900s though, for now at least. Im lookin for something that will satisfy my bass needs for orchestral works and hip hop. + i hear the built quality is amzing with these things and thats a huge bonus for me since i tend to abuse equipment. +with my combined listening of rock and hip hop, which would be more than 60 percent, i think the 900s are the way to go.... if i don't like them, i'll just sell them at the price i got them :P hopefully 74.99.

post #48 of 56

Any chance they will reduce the price to below $80 in the near future?

 

I believe this sale is the only thing preventing me from purchasing RE-ZEROs or Klipsch Custom 3s.

 

 

 

 

 

Hmm. Tough luck.

post #49 of 56

yeah same here.....

post #50 of 56

It's only $15 difference...you can walt all you want but it's highly unlikely to go down again and it already is a good deal at under $100. Also the sale where these became $75 was due to a deal of the day so that won't be happening again anytime soon. The other was a week only sale.

post #51 of 56

do you think they could go even lower than 74.99 soon? and if i don't like these, how much do you think i could resell these for?

post #52 of 56
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do you think they could go even lower than 74.99 soon? 


Dream on.  If they go lower I will be forced to buy another pair just because that would be ridiculously cheap.

post #53 of 56

haha.... how do thse HJE900s compare to say the monster turbines? i see that the turbines had a recent deal? still looking under the 100 range unless they are originally like 400 and drop to 150 or something.

post #54 of 56
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haha.... how do thse HJE900s compare to say the monster turbines? i see that the turbines had a recent deal? still looking under the 100 range unless they are originally like 400 and drop to 150 or something.


Never heard the non pro turbines and don't care to.  I wouldn't buy Monster w/o the Lifetime warranty myself.  I prefer my MDs to the 900s by a good margin.  I think of the 900 as a best bang/buck compromise IEM that works if they cover your preferred genres.  I also prefer my DBAs at twice the price, no question.

post #55 of 56
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Never heard the non pro turbines and don't care to.  I wouldn't buy Monster w/o the Lifetime warranty myself.  I prefer my MDs to the 900s by a good margin.  I think of the 900 as a best bang/buck compromise IEM that works if they cover your preferred genres.  I also prefer my DBAs at twice the price, no question.


I agree on everything there and everything mentioned applies to me as well. I've never heard the regular turbines, had the DBA-02, heard the MD's and own the HJE900. The MD's are at a level above the HJE900 and the same is said for the DBA-02. I consider the HJE900 at the level of a RE-Zero but different signature and that level is not quite at the MD's or the DBA-02.

 

Also the Monster Turbines were never 400. IIRC they retailed at $150 or somewhere in that price range. The Coppers retail at $299 and the MD at $399 if I have my prices correct.

post #56 of 56

yeah i was just saying im only willing to stretch my range if there is some sorta deal where a can went from like 400-150 or soemthing like that... like the TF10 deal or something where i could resell at a huge profit.

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