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post #31 of 55

M6 have a recessed midrange imo, and be careful if you get the clear version for working out, body sweat will turn the cable horribly stiff. I used them for that purpose and had to send them in. It would probably be OK if you don't wear the cord under shirt...

post #32 of 55


 

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Got a link for the Flex...?


B&H seems to be cheapest. Lots of terrible reviews on amazon from people who can't seem to figure out that an IEM goes inside the ear canal.

post #33 of 55
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B&H seems to be cheapest. Lots of terrible reviews on amazon from people who can't seem to figure out that an IEM goes inside the ear canal.


Lol I'll have to check those out, thx for link.

post #34 of 55

meelelectronics M6 for sure.  I use them in the gym and while riding the rollers all the time!  I couldn't make it through without them.  And the fit is great.  They never come out.

post #35 of 55

I also vote M6. Plus, the clears are $19 on Amazon right now.

 

http://www.amazon.com/MEElectronics-M6-CL-Sport-Sound-Isolating-Headphones/dp/B0038W0K2U

post #36 of 55

My Fisher custom molded TripleFi10 is used strictly for active/sport use. Running, mountain biking, motorcycles, gym, and even yard work. Before the TripleFi10 I used a couple Sennheiser CX-series and a Nuforce NE7M. I have never broke any of them. I pretty much work out everyday or some times twice a day.

post #37 of 55

I've got email from Meelec. The best price they can offer me is 25$ plus shipping. :)

post #38 of 55

That's not bad at all.  You going to do it?

post #39 of 55

Those M6's do look interesting I wonder how they sound...

post #40 of 55
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That's not bad at all.  You going to do it?

 

Yes, I already placed an order.


 

post #41 of 55
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Originally Posted by 11amaberry View Post

M6 have a recessed midrange imo, and be careful if you get the clear version for working out, body sweat will turn the cable horribly stiff. I used them for that purpose and had to send them in. It would probably be OK if you don't wear the cord under shirt...



I workout with the clear version and I sweat BIG TIME when running, haven't noticed anything with the cables yet.  Hopefully they stay like this, been using them for about 2 months 4 days a week

post #42 of 55

I listen to some pretty demanding music at the gym well pretty much I've got the Sony X series with wav files of my 2 of my favourite albums by Parkway Drive, Killing with a smile and Horizons, I found when even using IE7's the mids were so distant and they just couldn't keep up with everything going on, I hated it so much I never used them again, though that's my opinion, I used the SF5 pros till I broke it, sat on it in the back of my pocket gah, but I've been using the TF10s with Jaben ES8 cable for the last month and have had no problems what so ever and I just can't imagine using anything of lower SQ at the gym...

post #43 of 55

I just bought a pair of TF10 to use at the gym and also at work. I don't do much cardio (or as much as I really should) and primarily do lifting so I think the TF10s should be OK. I guess on days that I intend on doing heavy cardio, I'll swap in my JVC marshmallows.

post #44 of 55

If you are by all means sensitive to sibilance, i would avoid the Meelec m6.

 

Geeze listening to my old pair makes me cringe. 

post #45 of 55

Sennheiser PX100. Mine go running or to the gym with me 6 days of the week for the past 3 and a half years.

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