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IEMs Hall of Fame in the 100-150$ price range.

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Hi,

 

It's been a long time since I last checked this forum. I'm again in the market for some IEM's in the 100-150$ price range.

 

Regarding my prefered sound signature, I listen to anything from jazz & blues to electronic. Previously I have owned and liked the Westones UM2. I must confess that, even though the UM2 sound great, sometimes I found myself missing the deep bass end from my old Shure EC2 , which I used to own too, during the occasional psytrance/house CDs.

 

As I have been completely disconnected from the IEM's world, and I'm sure the market has evolved a lot lately, I would like to ask you what's currently a list of the 5 or so recommeded IEM's to look for in this 100-150$ price range. (ok, 170$ max!)

 

post #2 of 3

Fischer DBA-02's are a great IEM. It may not have enough bass though... lJokerl has a great review thread where he has gone over everything by price range.

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Originally Posted by deafmutelame View Post

As I have been completely disconnected from the IEM's world, and I'm sure the market has evolved a lot lately, I would like to ask you what's currently a list of the 5 or so recommeded IEM's to look for in this 100-150$ price range. (ok, 170$ max!)

 


 

I can't personally recommend any of these but from browsing the forum:

 

Fischer dba-02

Radius DDM (forgotten the name)

Re-Zero

No doubt the Brainwavz B2 when it arrives

Can't think of a fifth one at the moment, maybe the phonak PFE or q-jays.

 

There are loads of others that are very capable, some of which i've actually heard.

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