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Best IEMs in $100 Range For Classical and Rock w' Remote

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Hi everybody! I'm new here. (as a member that is.)

 

Now i know there are countless threads on this topic but i'm hoping this one will be slightly different. after looking into those discussions i felt they were mostly personal favorites rather than pros and cons of the given subject. (don't get me wrong i really... Lbiggrin.gifVE this place. i'ts the undisputed king.) maybe its just the ones i had the luck to chance upon.

 

Anyway i'm looking for some good IEMs w' remote (for iphone) mostly for classical and also some rock with an emphasis on detail for around $100.any advice would be helpful (even the personal favorites type).

 

Also if anybody has any impressions of the sennheiser cx880 of which there are very few, it would be very much appreciated.

 

Thank You in Advance. 

 

post #2 of 9
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PLEASE..............   

with 18 cherries (for each year of my life).

post #3 of 9

Panasonic HJE900, SHE9850, Phonak PFE112, ADDIEM, RE0(highely recommended), Etymotic MC5 and S4i.

post #4 of 9
Thread Starter 

thanks. anybody else?

post #5 of 9

etymotic HF5

post #6 of 9

I think you have to get the etymotic HF3 to get the iphone compatible mic/remote.  Audeo Perfect Bass might also be good.

post #7 of 9

Tough for me to imagine something to much better at this pricepoint for classical than HF3. It will do for rock as well.
 

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Originally Posted by Guitarmaster View Post


Anyway i'm looking for some good IEMs w' remote (for iphone) mostly for classical and also some rock with an emphasis on detail for around $100.any advice would be helpful (even the personal favorites type).

 

 



 

post #8 of 9

There aren't many products out there that have a remote.  A lot that are used around here simply don't have that.  I think one question you need to ask yourself is are you willing to constrain your selection for the sole gain of that remote feature?

post #9 of 9

The table in Post #8 of Joker's mammoth compendium of reviews has a column (on the left side) that indicates which IEM has a mic/remote option.

 

Another approach would be adding an in-line cable with a mic/remote, such as this one.

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