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Poll Results: Please help me to choose...

 
  • 34% (18)
    SM3
  • 28% (15)
    Monster turbine pro copper
  • 28% (15)
    Ie8
  • 7% (4)
    Other(please specify)
52 Total Votes  
post #31 of 39
Quote:
Originally Posted by masonchow View Post

I think an in-ear subwoofer is suitable for me.


Klipsh Image X10i. Great bass, and very smooth and detailed sound over all.

 

http://www.whathifi.com/review/klipsch-image-x10i

post #32 of 39

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by shamrock134 View Post

Why MTPC "of course"? I'm not disagreeing, but you've not given an argument to back up your post. tongue.gif

 

I've always been interested in the Monster MD Tribute, but they are so expensive in the UK. (~£350)


No argument necessary, just pick one up.  tongue.gif

 

Well, I'm more into analytical signatures to an extent.  MTPC is an excellent mix of fun and analytical.  atsmile.gif

post #33 of 39

since you prefer MTPC over ie8 why not get it? I personally prefer the ie8 over MTPC for bass and overall listening. 

post #34 of 39

imho the mds have plenty of quantity and quality but does lack speed which is evident only when listening to bands such as devildriver, job for a cowboy, i killed the prom queen etc. but for linkin park, or any dub step stuff it's perfect:)

post #35 of 39
Thread Starter 

I just want to know which is more suitable to me.

post #36 of 39

IMO the MD's are great for pop, but you may want to also look at the FX700 or wait for the new Radius DDMs which are coming out soon.

post #37 of 39

my vote: MTPC

post #38 of 39
Thread Starter 

Now I am choosing between MTPC & SM3 only as I have tried IE8 recently and it is not attractive to me. Can anyone tell me what is the different between MTPC and SM3?

post #39 of 39

On sub bass quantity and quality you should end your search at the Future Sonics Atrios M5 (new version with MG7 driver).  Excellent sub bass and no bleed into the midrange (no mid bass hump).

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