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post #31 of 57
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i welcome any opinion about any store in europe that delivers international, and accept pay on delivery.... i don;t have a card.... and i cannot buy online.....

so, i cannot pay in other terms but pay on delivery.... i would really apreciate.... thanks....

post #32 of 57
Thread Starter 

does not anyone knows any store from what i can buy with pay on delivery, in europe?....

post #33 of 57

I don't think there are any stores that would send something abroad without getting the money first.

post #34 of 57


 

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Originally Posted by kova4a View Post

I don't think there are any stores that would send something abroad without getting the money first.



Yeah, I agree, You'd probably have better luck sending a moneygram transfer or something to a head-fi seller.

post #35 of 57

yup and a reliable one at that. 

post #36 of 57
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yes, i agree that this would be sample.... but i'm a minor... from my knowledge, in my country i cannot use any banking services, or anything until 18....

hm... maybe i will wait until i get enought money for an decent iem.... i will look after the more expensive ones, and compare the prices with the world prices.....

 

Sennheiser ie8

 

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    Panasonic RP-HJE900

     

    klipsch x10

     

    are from 210$ the panasonic to 300$klipsch....

    sennheiser ie 8 is somewhere between...

    about these, who make the best choice?...

post #37 of 57

IE8 for <$300 is not a bad deal... which begs the question of how big the price gap between the IE6, IE7, and IE8 is for you... The Panasonics are also quite good and they're now approaching the $200 price point worldwide.

post #38 of 57
Thread Starter 

ie6 - 135$

ie7 - 165$

ie8 - 250$

 

and there, somewhere were the cx6, something like an ie 6 but not vented.....

anyway, ie8 are still open, and do not isolate well?....

post #39 of 57

Both ie7 and ie8 are pretty good. I recently tried them with bi-flanges and I think they isolate well enough. And I think they're both a bargain at that price. Of course, isolation is subjective coz people have different ears, so I can't be sure that you'll be satisfied.

post #40 of 57
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they are vented iems... i'm not verry sure for what this vented thing helps, maybe for reducing bass pressure, so that you won;t go deaf from too much bass.... but they have some holes, leading into driver.... that is what about i am worried about.....

especially trhat i am going to wear them on street....

 

i think that they could make a good team with cowon j3....

anyway, my cowon j3 make my yamaha eph 50 - 30 buck - iems sound stellar....

post #41 of 57
Thread Starter 

so i should get the ie8?.... i think i will get it tomorrow....

 

i hope my experience will be good for it's high price....

post #42 of 57
Quote:
Originally Posted by kova4a View Post

Both ie7 and ie8 are pretty good. I recently tried them with bi-flanges and I think they isolate well enough. And I think they're both a bargain at that price. Of course, isolation is subjective coz people have different ears, so I can't be sure that you'll be satisfied.


x2, the IE8 are pretty good IEMs with decent isolation for that price. Hope you're buying from an authorized dealer to avoid fakes. I wouldn't worry about the vents, these phones are designed to be worn outside. Since you're pairing them with a J3, you have a decent EQ to tune them to your liking if you wish. The stock IE8 have far too much upper bass to my ears and I use my Cowon's EQ to tune them down in the 100Hz region. Good luck with your purchase!

post #43 of 57
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so... the ie8 are good even throught they are vented?....

personally, i consider that they look more cool than ie7.....

 

i was thinking about this... can i buy them from a shop that sells all types of electronics, and be sure that they are original?...

post #44 of 57
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i posted an order... from an general shop... they said that i can test them for originality when they arrive, so that i will be able to see how good are they... this is good.... anyone, can say if i am doing good or bad?....

 

by the way, the sennheiser authorised dealer in my country looks suspicious, and these are a little cheaper than on dealer about 10$... i have my suspections and not so, because i have buyed once from them an iriver and it was the product, not fake..... as they are pricey i am worrying too much.....

post #45 of 57
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so... until it arrives, anyone thinks that is a bad thing, or is still ok?....

 

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