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Need help, getting my first molds, UE/JH/Westone/1964?

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Long time reader, first time poster. I have been reading and reading and my eyes hurt so i'm just going to ask and hope my question gets catered to (Which everyone here is super awesome about replying and helping people out).

 

Right now, I've been using my Shure SE425's. I play guitar at a church, and i'm about ready to go molds. i keep feeling like JH5 pro's are the way to go. My budget is $400. My biggest issue though, is comfort of each headphone. I dont know much about 1964, but i heard that UE and JH use an acrylic one. How is the comfort compared to the westone molds? I have toyed with the idea of getting my SE425s re-cased, but i dont know how 1964 ears are or their rep. 

 

here are the following ears i'm looking at:

 

Ultimate Ear UE4 Pro

JH Audio JH5 Pro

Westone AC2

1964-T

 

Any help and advice would be greatly appreciated! 

 

Thanks!!!!

 

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1964-T and JH5Pro are highely recommended.

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I have 1964-t's with the soft canals. They are great. Very happy with my purchase.

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Originally Posted by bbrunskill View Post

I have 1964-t's with the soft canals. They are great. Very happy with my purchase.



Hey, do you know what the soft canals are made of? Also, does it offer more comfort and isolation?

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