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Upgrade after UE 700

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Thread Starter 

I have been using UE 700 for a while. Listening to a variety of music (pop, rock, jazz, etc.). Any suggestions on what might make sense as an upgrade? Your help is appreciated !

post #2 of 14

Budget?

Same sound signature?

IEM again?

 

Cheers,

Alpha-Pinguin

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Sony EX1000, UM3x, Westone 4, PFE232 and RE272.
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Thread Starter 

Yes, looking for another pair of IEM 

Budget ~$200-350

 

 

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Originally Posted by toadddd View Post

Yes, looking for another pair of IEM 

Budget ~$200-350

 

 


TF10?

 

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Thread Starter 

I tried on the TF10 before but it doesn't fit well 

 

Not really a basshead but do want to get a versatile IEM 

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I highly recommend the GR07. Well within your budget, and an excellent all rounder, fit for just about any genre. I honestly feel that any and all head-fi'er considering mid to high end universals should own a pair of GR07's at some point down the line, they're just that good. And yes, it's as versatile as one could ask for. smile.gif

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Originally Posted by toadddd View Post

I have been using UE 700 for a while. Listening to a variety of music (pop, rock, jazz, etc.). Any suggestions on what might make sense as an upgrade? Your help is appreciated !


Klipsch X5 or X10

Final Audio Design: Heaven A or Heaven S

Grado GR10

Shure 425 or 535

and many many more

 

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Oh..and I forgot Ortofon e-Q5 and e-Q7

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will you be selling your UE700's?

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I've never been disappointed with my Westone 3s, 4s, or UM3Xs. Coming off the UE700s, the UM3Xs will give you more bass depth, will have similar comfort, and is the more affordable alternative to the W4s.
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AT CK-10

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I have been using UE 700 for a while. Listening to a variety of music (pop, rock, jazz, etc.). Any suggestions on what might make sense as an upgrade? Your help is appreciated !



ive been a ue700 fan for quiet some time now...

its been with me for almost more than a year.

and i strongly believe this iem is alot more "manly" than the famous tf10.

 

what i find most entertaining and fun right now is the CC51 iem by mee.

believe it or not, the sound is incredibly crisp, it sizzles, and the soundstage, imaging, timbre, natural sound of instruments is up there, among the top tiers.

 

it is more detailed and more balanced sounding the the ue700, or any ba or dynamic drivers ive used and tried. (this is a micro driver iem)

this is just my findings.

i dont know...

but this is how i feel.

 

the lively feel and 3d effect is a lot more better in the cc51, than the ue700.

its more spacious, more layered in details, specially in mids (not as thick as the sm3, which maybe bad at times or maybe good depending on tracks and the ears of the listeners)

 

ive had many iems before:

sm3, fx700, ortofon eq7, panasonic hje900, moshi vortex, klipsch s4,(i made reviews to each one of them) and some iems that ive tried from meets in the philippines (headphiles)(monster coppers, um3x, gr07, etc).

 

 

...but i havent heard something close or something like the cc51.

this iem will impress you!

its definitely something, and can stand on its own by the way it sounds.

 

the cc51 will make you feel the sound.

the instruments.

the vocals are nicer and right.

more or less better than the fx700 or maybe same or close.

its intimate at the same time, with the same quality as the timbre of the fx700.

but height and width, and the headphone sound of the fx700 is unmatched, still.

 

 

i maybe in a hype mode right now, but definitely, this is the single iem i'll choose among those long list of pricey top tiers or anything at the same price point as this.

 

the cc51 is something you should consider.

if you read reviews about this iem, youll know how good this iem sound.

 

the cc51 maybe cheap in price and build.

but the sound is something that would make you feel your music in an engaging manner.

 

the ue700 is sweet, lively, engaging, but the cc51 is more wholesome, more fuller, more extended in highs, lows, clarity, details and everything.

 

this is from a former ue700 user.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by pinoyman - 10/29/11 at 1:58am
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