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Originally Posted by mark2410 View Post
 

you are rolling them before insertion?


lmao XD ofcourse.

 

Id just like a slightly deeper insertion.

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Has anyone used comply P series?

 

 

those seem good

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My brand new SE215 just broke as I tried to take off the tip that came stuck on it. What a piece of garbage. 

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Originally Posted by imackler View Post

My brand new SE215 just broke as I tried to take off the tip that came stuck on it. What a piece of garbage. 

Thin IEM stems are prone to breaking if you press on the tips the wrong way though... you need to basically apply as much pulling force while applying as little pressing force as possible...
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Thin IEM stems are prone to breaking if you press on the tips the wrong way though... you need to basically apply as much pulling force while applying as little pressing force as possible...

I've owned many Shure, Etymotic and Westone iems and this is the first time this has happened :( The Shure olives are notorious for getting impossibly stuck. 

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Yeah they really need to fix the olives...that was probably my only beef with the SE215
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How does the SE215 compare to HD25's? My HD25's hurt my ears with my new glasses so I'm looking for IEM's and the SE215's are high on my list.

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Originally Posted by Koei View Post
 

How does the SE215 compare to HD25's? My HD25's hurt my ears with my new glasses so I'm looking for IEM's and the SE215's are high on my list.

You can't technically compare earphones to headphones in terms of sound signature; its quite different. But based on your preference for the HD25s, I would say you might enjoy the SE215s. Tight bass, decent imaging and comfortable ear fit should make for a pretty good experience.

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Originally Posted by cyanidesyringes View Post

You can't technically compare earphones to headphones in terms of sound signature; its quite different. But based on your preference for the HD25s, I would say you might enjoy the SE215s. Tight bass, decent imaging and comfortable ear fit should make for a pretty good experience.
In what way would headphones differ? You'd think that the closed nature of the hd25 would make them closer. But I digress. I've looked at frequency response measurements of the se215,the re-400 and the hd25. The re-400 is a little bit below the hd25 in terms of bass (and a little less punchy according to the same website). The se215 shows a huge bump and I'm a bit worried about that. They also rate the bass as being more smooth. At home I listen to diy scanspeak refence monitors which are pretty much flat from 75hz and up (ignoring acoustics). Dynamics are important to me, as is high quality bass (as opposed to just much bass). So I'm not sure if the se215's bass is tight enough and that it might be too much.


Edit: listening to my old cx300's right now and my God they are so bad haha.
Edited by Koei - 7/14/14 at 9:22am
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My very first non-OEM IEM was Shure e4c...



 



Is this SE215 the newer version of e4c? or is it totally different IEM?


Edited by straden - 7/14/14 at 12:07pm
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Sounds like you might just want to go custom if you're used to that level of audio.
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Originally Posted by Koei View Post

In what way would headphones differ? You'd think that the closed nature of the hd25 would make them closer. But I digress. I've looked at frequency response measurements of the se215,the re-400 and the hd25. The re-400 is a little bit below the hd25 in terms of bass (and a little less punchy according to the same website). The se215 shows a huge bump and I'm a bit worried about that. They also rate the bass as being more smooth. At home I listen to diy scanspeak refence monitors which are pretty much flat from 75hz and up (ignoring acoustics). Dynamics are important to me, as is high quality bass (as opposed to just much bass). So I'm not sure if the se215's bass is tight enough and that it might be too much.


Edit: listening to my old cx300's right now and my God they are so bad haha.
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Originally Posted by Koei View Post


In what way would headphones differ? You'd think that the closed nature of the hd25 would make them closer. But I digress. I've looked at frequency response measurements of the se215,the re-400 and the hd25. The re-400 is a little bit below the hd25 in terms of bass (and a little less punchy according to the same website). The se215 shows a huge bump and I'm a bit worried about that. They also rate the bass as being more smooth. At home I listen to diy scanspeak refence monitors which are pretty much flat from 75hz and up (ignoring acoustics). Dynamics are important to me, as is high quality bass (as opposed to just much bass). So I'm not sure if the se215's bass is tight enough and that it might be too much.


Edit: listening to my old cx300's right now and my God they are so bad haha.

Looking at the frequency response chart doesn't do justice to the SE215. Its best for you to try them out personally to find out whether you truly like the sound or not. Or as Gilly87 suggests, you can go for customs if your budget allows.

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