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Audio Technica CK7's died... need new IEM's

post #1 of 3
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I liked the sound on my CK7's a lot and would just get a new pair, but all else being equal, I think I'd like IEM's with a slightly bigger soundstage.

 

I'm looking at the Panasonic HJE900's, Brainwavz M2, Etymotic MC5 as possible replacements, though welcome other suggestions. Can anyone give me some input?

 

I'll be driving them with an iPhone 4, no amp. Price range is <=$80 before tax and/or shipping.

 

Thanks.

post #2 of 3

Hi,

 

While I've not had a go on the headphones you've listed maybe the Shure and Yamaha ranges might be worth a look. To my ears their stuff is well balanced with a decent sound stage. Possibly the JayBird Endorphin Rush Earphones as well thinking about it.

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One vouch here for the Panasonic HJE900's.  I've got a pair and absolutely love them.  They're basically indestructable (personal experience: my dog ate one earbud, I made him throw it up, it still works, not a scratch on it), and the sound quality is fantastic. They're not as clear as my recently acquired CK10's but their mids are better.

 

Also I use an iPhone 4.


Edited by mephiska - 10/7/10 at 6:55am
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