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out of touch for a while: Best IEMs for under £100 please

post #1 of 7
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Hi. Sold my Shure SE530 and now I'm needing a cheaper replacement.

I like Etys but their range has expanded since I owned the ER6i long ago.

There are so many new brands around. I can get a good deal on some Logitech UE700 but I've heard stories about build/customer service.

What about the Shure SE215?

 

Help! Please!


Edited by tonym - 10/7/11 at 3:38pm
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Logitech's customer service is currently the worst I've ever experienced. No replies at all. Been waiting for a couple of months and emailed them about two or three times. They used to be great last year, but not this year. Wow, from the se530 to the se215? blink.gif

post #3 of 7
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yes, i needed the cash a few months back. No I'm back in the archives and libraries a lot and need some decent, though not too lavish IEMs!

post #4 of 7

I haven't heard them but a lot of users I respect have been very impressed with the Vsonic GR07. You could get it under 100pounds at Frogbeatz http://shop.frogbeats.com/vsonic-gr07/ I'm kind of in your condition. Downgrading to save money and I'm seriously considering them. If you can afford them (not sure of UK prices), I consider the Westone 2 a very good all rounder with some good mids.

post #5 of 7

I will recommend these IEMs like VSonic GR07, Sony EX600, Panasonic HJE900, UE TF10Pro, PFE112, RE0, Etymotic HF5 and DBA-02.

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I haven't heard them but a lot of users I respect have been very impressed with the Vsonic GR07. You could get it under 100pounds at Frogbeatz http://shop.frogbeats.com/vsonic-gr07/ I'm kind of in your condition. Downgrading to save money and I'm seriously considering them. If you can afford them (not sure of UK prices), I consider the Westone 2 a very good all rounder with some good mids.



Sadly the Westone 2 costs around £170 over here :(

post #7 of 7

Don't forget the Brainwavz B2

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