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Has anyone used the ER4S with an E11? I've always considered the ER4S, and since I don't think UE is going to make a universal UERM for sale, I think these guys are my next best bet, but I would prefer not having to purchase a new portable amp. Anyone know how they pair?

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Has anyone used the ER4S with an E11? I've always considered the ER4S, and since I don't think UE is going to make a universal UERM for sale, I think these guys are my next best bet, but I would prefer not having to purchase a new portable amp. Anyone know how they pair?


Quite well actually. Caveat here is I use Comply tips so the bass is good. You can play around with the gain and bass boost on the 11 but I find for most music it's fine with low gain and no boost.

post #3048 of 6208

Interesting. I would probably use Westone Star tips as the black ones fit my canals like a velvet-polymer glove :p

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Interesting. I would probably use Westone Star tips as the black ones fit my canals like a velvet-polymer glove :p


Then you're good to go. The 11 will drive em just fine. Now if only there was a high capacity battery for the sucker:confused:

post #3050 of 6208

I know, right?

 

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Then you're good to go. The 11 will drive em just fine. Now if only there was a high capacity battery for the sucker:confused:

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Anyone have an opinion on a great complimentary iems to my er4s..one with lusher bass, same accuracy but also a more 3d soundstage.
Imo the er4s is amazing for air, detail and ok for width...its the depth and forgiveness of less than stellar recordings which Im after. Sofar
the ocharaku SUIs are where I find that. But any others?
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Anyone have an opinion on a great complimentary iems to my er4s..one with lusher bass, same accuracy but also a more 3d soundstage.\nImo the er4s is amazing for air, detail and ok for width...its the depth and forgiveness of less than stellar recordings which Im after. Sofar\nthe ocharaku SUIs are where I find that. But any others?
post #3053 of 6208

No other IEM has better soundstage to my ears than the ER4S. I recommend the VSonic GR07 for lusher bass.

post #3054 of 6208
Everything depends how one will define "better soundstage". For me soundstage of Ety ER4s is good and I like it. I would not call it 3D tough. But I can imagine that for others who like the sound coming from a far distance the soundstage of Ety can be a little bit to narrow and shallow.
post #3055 of 6208

If you like the HD650, you might like the Earsonics house sound. Very 3D although sometimes overly intimate. Very forgiving though, and excellent resolution, with very lush mids and full, punchy, un-bloated bass. Very pleasing sound IMO. Just have to be careful because they are a bit on the fragile side.

 

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Anyone have an opinion on a great complimentary iems to my er4s..one with lusher bass, same accuracy but also a more 3d soundstage.
Imo the er4s is amazing for air, detail and ok for width...its the depth and forgiveness of less than stellar recordings which Im after. Sofar
the ocharaku SUIs are where I find that. But any others?
post #3056 of 6208
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Then you're good to go. The 11 will drive em just fine. Now if only there was a high capacity battery for the sucker:confused:

I recommend the C&C BH2, it's $100, but you can turn the P to a B version and the battery life is an endless 80+ hours, and has gain, bass and soundfield switches to boot :)

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I recommend the C&C BH2, it's $100, but you can turn the P to a B version and the battery life is an endless 80+ hours, and has gain, bass and soundfield switches to boot :)


Except he already has the E11.

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Except he already has the E11.

Nothing wrong with getting both :)

post #3059 of 6208

Well, I grabbed a pair of sony mh1 for $20.  Oh my goodness.  I think I found a replacement for my pfe112.  They are surprisingly similar to the pfe112 but they sound like they have less distortion or something.  A little more sub bass, which isn't bad.  They are actually a lot better than I expected.  For the price I'd have to put them pretty high in terms of value.  I'll have to listen to them more before any real review or anything, but this might be my all around set while the er4s is my critical at home set.

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Well, I grabbed a pair of sony mh1 for $20.  Oh my goodness.  I think I found a replacement for my pfe112.  They are surprisingly similar to the pfe112 but they sound like they have less distortion or something.  A little more sub bass, which isn't bad.  They are actually a lot better than I expected.  For the price I'd have to put them pretty high in terms of value.  I'll have to listen to them more before any real review or anything, but this might be my all around set while the er4s is my critical at home set.

I didn't like the MH1 when I owned it. The mids and treble was good. But the bass was a complete mess. The sub-bass was extremely emphasized, very muddy, and distorted.

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