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What's the Sony MDR-EX510SL like?

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Anyone had a go with one of these?

 

I'm looking to get my second pair of canalphones. I already own a Westone 3.

 

This is what I wrote in another post to give a bit of an idea of what I'm looking for.

 

"I have a MS Pro and am in absolute love with the sound. I've been trying to get a sound signiture to match in a IEM/Canalphone for myself, but I'm not doing to well.

 

At first I had a Klipsch S4 and enjoyed it, but I gave it away before my ER-4P arrived. Now I loved the detail and exceptional clarity, but it was a little light on the bass for my tastes. Also a comfortable fit was always a battle and the microphonics drove me a bit dilly (I move around a bit when using my ipod)

 

I have since sold the ER-4P and got a pair of Westone 3 and I love the sound, but I some how find it a bit fatiguing to listen too after a few hours. I can't make out what it is. I'm busy trying out various tips and I can say the results have been promising.

I would actually now like to get a second pair of iem's in the range of $100 - $200 which I can take to work. It needs to be a bit tough and have reasonable isolation as I work in a noisy enviroment."

 

Your comments would be appreciated.

 

Ben

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Anyone?

 

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Ben

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