that's very encouraging :) thanks!
Do you find the cable to be thin and not particularly subtle and the strain relieve to be a bit fragile and a disappointment considering how much they are worth?
Here is a review of the EPH-100's that I think you would find interesting, let me know your thoughts on it :)
The review is just ********, I listen to music since 1969, mostly progressive rock and related, I know good cans of In Ears when I hear them, The only one I know that is really better is the grado GR10, but this one cost 3,5 time the price of the Yamaha set. A lot depends on the recordings, for example I did listen to the new Aranis album, " Made in Belgium" part II. This music is a kind of chamber rock, with all kinds of influences, and partly acoustic instruments.This cd is beautifully recorded and it shows with the EPH-100, who does everything super,inclusive the voices,everything sounds pure and even the emotions are to grab. I don´t know which music you like, but this one is also superb recording, Buena Vista Social Club, no prog, but I am rather eclectic in my taste, altough 80% I listen to is avant-prog and related, also vintage prog,like the old classics, of Yes, Genesis, etc.I think you will sort out what sounds good and what not, but don´t think that the Yamaha set is to blame. I listen with iPhone 5s and iPod Touch 64GB. At home I listen with my PC and a Teac Dac/ Amp as well as over ear cans, the Philips L2.