Has anyone on this forum compared Q-Jays with the Monster Turbine, Etyomtic HF3, and the Dr. Dre Tour In-Ear? Over the past 2 years i have tried those 3 headphones, and i have liked the monster turbine the most. However, unfortunately also out of the 3, they were the LEAST durable headphones and it became frustrating. I have managed to replace them 10 times at futureshop through the warantee, but after, they closed the door on me and requested i stop brining the product back to them. As a result, i went to the Dr. Dre Tour In-Ear which i didnt like very much in audio quality due to the obviously boosted treble presence. The Etyomtic HF3 were a different, and definately sounded more "natural" and i do enjoy music out of them, i just definately still prefered the Monster Turbine's sound signature.
Now i would like a high quality IEM (preferably at 200$ and under. at the moment paying 200+ for the Q-Jays at a canadian online retailer.) but something that is more durable than the monster turbine. The monster turbine cable near the jack is very fragile and i believe one of the wire tends to break after alot of use. The dr. Dre Tour in Ear only stopped working after the cable finally physically gave up on me, and same with the Etymotic (which leads me to believe somehow im not treating my headphones very nicely even though many people say i take care of my headphones very well.). Anyway, the plus side of the Q-Jays is that i have a 1-year warantee of which i can replace the cable etc. through the Canadian retailer (as i live in Canada this is a huge plus). But i would like an idea as to how the Q-Jays will sound. also, if there are better suggestions for headphones to replace the monster turbine in the sense (even though the Etymotic Hf3 was the last IEM owned) it would be helpful.
Thanks in advance!