Originally Posted by Jeremypsp
Really? I found it really bassy. Not something any balanced armature could come close to. Maybe you should try burning it in?
I have been burning this set for over 300 plus hours by now. I leave it on my DAP or sometimes laptop day and night playing different songs and alternate white and pink noise. Just trying to cover all range. While, minor improvement is noted, nothing drastic yet in my journey with dynamic IEMs.
What are the BA (or even dynamic based) IEMs which you used to compare against the SE215 for bass?
Maybe I am comparing the SE215's bass performance to a group of dynamic IEMs different than others; hence, the difference in opinion and definition of what strong bass sounds like.
So let me begin by clarifying my comparison scale.
I have been listening to dynamic IEMs like the IE8, MMDTrumpet, S4, CX200, CX300II, CX495, CX500, OCX880, MEelectronics M6, AKG 340. I feel SE215's bass is not as strong comparing against the above mentioned. (but by no means lacking bass)
In my impression that dynamic driver IEMs generally = strong bass. But I feel like the SE215 is tuned more for mids performance.
With that said, IMO the SE210 has a really good bass (on par with the SE215) for a single BA set up.
Has anyone A/Bed the SE210 and SE215? care to share some experience as well?