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post #3481 of 4010

do these fit snug or do they tend to fall out of the ears?

and how bad is cable noise with these?

post #3482 of 4010

No cable-noise when worn over-the-ear and with stock double flanges they are comfortable and fit well.

To my ears!

post #3483 of 4010

thanx!

post #3484 of 4010

Wow. I'm in the military and went to the base exchange only to be shocked that there were two pairs of these sitting on the shelf! I asked the customer service guy and he said they found them in the warehouse and were trying to get rid of them. I talked him down to $85 brand new!  :) :) :)  

 

What tips are recommended with these? I don't find the stock ones to be too bad, but with these being discontinued, I'd like some backups.

post #3485 of 4010
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Originally Posted by campj View Post

Wow. I'm in the military and went to the base exchange only to be shocked that there were two pairs of these sitting on the shelf! I asked the customer service guy and he said they found them in the warehouse and were trying to get rid of them. I talked him down to $85 brand new!  smily_headphones1.gifsmily_headphones1.gifsmily_headphones1.gif  

What tips are recommended with these? I don't find the stock ones to be too bad, but with these being discontinued, I'd like some backups.
Large generic memory foam tips from Lostearbuds fit nicely on these earphones
post #3486 of 4010

Hello, complyfoam tips is suitable for these headphones?

post #3487 of 4010
To my knowledge no, but maybe with some modding, and there is an eBay store called lostearbuds that sell some foam tips that are suitable.
post #3488 of 4010

Hello, I want to ask which of In-Ear monitors got the best quality of sound? I mostly listen: dance, disco, techno, house, electro, club but also pop, rock... I prefer mainly quality bass! But simultaneously I want a good middle and treble! I need to decide between these two types: Yamaha EPH-100 and Sennheiser IE 80 or any other better alternative. Please help me... Thank you very very much!

 

 

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Hello, I want to ask which of In-Ear monitors got the best quality of sound? I mostly listen: dance, disco, techno, house, electro, club but also pop, rock... I prefer mainly quality bass! But simultaneously I want a good middle and treble! I need to decide between these two types: Yamaha EPH-100 and Sennheiser IE 80 or any other better alternative. Please help me... Thank you very very much!

 

 

 

 


I have both.  

Generally, I would say the Yamaha EPH100 is a better choice between the two.  However, as your music genre leans towards the bassy types, you should seriously consider the Sennheiser IE80.  

In regard to your added requisites, good mids and treble, the Yamahas would fit the bill.  But the Yamahas do not sound as thick as the IE80.  

 

 

post #3490 of 4010
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Originally Posted by razor5cl View Post

To my knowledge no, but maybe with some modding, and there is an eBay store called lostearbuds that sell some foam tips that are suitable.

 

lostearbuds'  tips nominal size are incorrect.  The real size is always a level below the nominal size.  If you buy L, you get M.  If you buy M, you get S.  If you buy S you get XS.  So their real sizes are just M, S and XS.  You can read more about the experience with those in earlier posts in this thread.  Search for "lostearbuds" or search (with advanced search) for "lostearbuds" by authors "putente" and "Alberto01"

post #3491 of 4010

Exact same problem I've. Got it replaced.

post #3492 of 4010

Just got these in the mail. They're blowing me away with their punchiness and separation. I just hope they dont eff up on me like they have on other users. Can be easily worn over-ear, due to their lightweight construction, so microphonics no longer seem to be as much of an issue as I initially thought it would be with the cable down. And yes, they sound great with Techno, House, and EDM in general. They do, however, seem rather fragile. I'll be also looking to get a pair of VsonicGR07 BE, simply for their solid construction (and the sound, of course), for on the go/gym. The Yams will mostly be used indoors. 

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They're blowing me away with their punchiness and separation.

yep, they are quite rewarding, and for the price it's almost ridiculous.

post #3494 of 4010
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Originally Posted by extrabigmehdi View Post
 

yep, they are quite rewarding, and for the price it's almost ridiculous.

indeed, $110 currently on amazon.

post #3495 of 4010
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Originally Posted by cannednoob View Post
 

Just got these in the mail. They're blowing me away with their punchiness and separation. I just hope they dont eff up on me like they have on other users. Can be easily worn over-ear, due to their lightweight construction, so microphonics no longer seem to be as much of an issue as I initially thought it would be with the cable down. And yes, they sound great with Techno, House, and EDM in general. They do, however, seem rather fragile. I'll be also looking to get a pair of VsonicGR07 BE, simply for their solid construction (and the sound, of course), for on the go/gym. The Yams will mostly be used indoors. 

 

Dont worry about how they look mate. I had them for a fairly long time and cant say that I was extra careful with them and yet they never missed a beat.

 

I miss them so much that I will be buying another pair at the end of Novemeber, as they are still the best IEMs I've ever owned.

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