Here's my situation, I would appreciate hearing some feedback on what I should do:
I bought the X10 friday, and I didn't receive them yet since I live in Canada and I choosed regular shipping. I should have them by next wednesday. Since I bought these, I've been reading many reviews and impressions on both the X10 and TF10. I actually wanted to buy the tf10 friday (I tried to), but they wouldn't ship to Canada. I checked back and now, at their regular price on amazon.com, they do ship to Canada.
I listen to EDM (electronic music) only, and I heard that the TF10 are simply amazing for EDM. To be more specific, my favourite genres are Trance, Drum & Bass and Dubstep. The reviews on the X10 appear to be extremely mixed, which makes me kinda regret my decision to buy them. I'm thinking maybe I could return them, and then order the TF10 from amazon at their regular price (163$ right now, paying 63$ more isn't a big issue for me if the upgrade really is worth it). The only IEMs/Headphones I own are from Klipsch (Image S4 & Image One). I also tried Dr. dre in-ear and beats full-size headphones, along with some other cheap headphones some of my friends own. I really wanted to try out something different, something less commercial but I simply couldn't pass on that X10 deal and bought them. Considering I've only heard commercial IEMs in my life, I really don't know if I should return the X10 and buy the TF10. I'll decide when I'll try out my X10's, but I would greatly appreciate if you guys could share you opinions on what I should do. Also, the Image S4 are very comfy for me with the medium tips, and since the X10 use the same tips but are lighter, I'm sure they'll be very comfy for me. Is there any of you guys who tried both the X10 and TF10 and could comment on TF10's comfort?
Also, if I return my X10 to amazon, I guess I would have to pay shipping to return them? (considering I allready paid 10$, I'm not sure if it would be worth paying another 10$ to return them, and then another 10$ to ship the TF10)
Finally, I listen to music for many hours a day and owning a decent pair of IEMs is very important to me. Sorry for the length of my post and the grammar errors (english isn't my first language, so I'm doing my best there :P).