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post #2536 of 5343

Hello, for christmas i received beats tours but they seem to have stopped working. I really liked them although a lot of people don't seem too, any suggestions for what to replace them with?I mostly listen to dubstep/techno/hip-hop and have a budget of around $100 or a bit more if they're worth it.If.Good looking ones would be a plus.

post #2537 of 5343

Ok I'm new here and I would not consider myself an audiophile, so I might need a little help. Currently I own Klipsch S4i's but they are breaking on me. As a replacement I am looking to buy some IEM's that have strong bass, at the same time good mids and highs. So far I have found the Audio Technica ATH-CKS77, Atrio MG7, and Sony XB90EX. I need help narrowing it down to just one. However, if you have a better suggestion let me know. My budget is $150.

post #2538 of 5343

First of hello head-fi'ers,

 

Just like to ask do you think its worth it to buy a pair of ATH-M50s even though I already have a pair of akg 450s, would there be that much of a difference in sound quality when being used for music only?

 

P.S Ordered 2 pair of monoprice 8320 after reading some reviews on this site cant wait for em!!

post #2539 of 5343
How does the LP2's compare to the m80's and m50's
post #2540 of 5343

My mee 31 ceramics finally bit the dust. I'm completely satisfied with my JVC HA-S500's, but I need a good IEM counterpart for times when cans just aren't ideal. Walking around campus, sleeping, ect.

 

Durability is a major concern, as is comfort and obviously sound. 

 

Budget ~$50

 

Music I listen to spans a lot of genres. Hip hop, electronic, classic rock, folk and a few other genres. 

 

Any good all-arounder for my price range? 

post #2541 of 5343

I'm looking for an IEM with good soundstage, quality vocals and an airy presentation with as much micro detail as possible.  I like classic rock, blues, jazz, classical, and generally speaking prefer natural instruments for this set.

 

RE-0 I can find for $79

RE-ZERO I can find for $59

 

I know these have been popular but I continuously find conflicting information on these forums and it makes it hard for me to have an informed opinion.

 

Does anyone else have any recommendations?  I'm trying to keep it under $100, FWIW.  But please any thoughts are welcome.

post #2542 of 5343

i going to try this again, cause my recent purchase of the HDJ-2000 from pioneer did actually rock my boat. I had the chance to listen to the logitech ue 6000 and didnt care for the sound quality. I didnt feel the bass and they didnt get loud enough.

 

This is what im looking for...

 

1. Music type-rap and r&b

2. Price-under $200

3. Source-Galaxy Note 2

4. Additional options-

 Removal cord

 Clarity

 Deep punchy bass

 Ability to play loud without amp but improve with a fiio e6 or e11
 

post #2543 of 5343

Out of the following:

 

Vsonic GR06

RE-Zero

ViSang R03

Thinksound TS02+Mic

Thinksound MS01

 

Which would you say is the superior IEM? I'm edging towards the GR06, but I hear the soundstage is better on the Thinksounds...

 

I'm trying to replace/substitute my pair of Shure SRH840s that I'm used to carrying around. They've gotten a bit too cumbersome for me as of late...

post #2544 of 5343

Hi all, I'm am a new real person, i need someone to go back to page 165 find question and help me answer it because i can not get headphones without answering that question?? please be good steward and at least give me a review i saw many get their questions answered but I'm left out in the cold...

post #2545 of 5343

i don't know how to attach previous posts so i cannot bring it up yet but I'm sure someone will show me.

post #2546 of 5343
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Originally Posted by daigriff View Post

Hi all, I'm seeking a high quality pair of IEMs for the gym (mostly weights, not running, although if suitable for running they would be used instead of my current crappy, but good for running gym ones!).  Budget £100-£200.  I listen to trance, progressive house, house and hip-hop and I love bass.  Outside the gym I have Ultrasone Pro-900's and love them to pieces.

 

I was considering the Shure SE 215's; Senheiser IE80 and the Sony XBA 3ip.  Would appreciate your feedback on which of these would be the most bassy headphones, ideally ones that do not sacrifice the rest of the sound range.  Open to other suggestions, but ideally IEMs that are easy to obtain in the UK.

OK, so today is payday, so I go to order the SE 215's and notice there is a deal on with the SE 425 and an even better one on the Klipsch X10.  What are people's views on these headphones?  If the quality is significantly better than SE 215's, but bass is short, I was thinking of using the Fiio E06 with them.

 

I guess now I want decent bass AND the higher definition!

 

Appreciate any advice.

post #2547 of 5343

What would you people say an upgrade path from the RE62 was?

 

Specifically, the focal point of the 262 was definately the mids and I grew to love the minimal amount of bass. Where would I go next if I wanted to retain those very forward and prominent mids but gain a little more clarity and detail?

post #2548 of 5343

The problem about making a thread about suggestions is that there are sooo many different scenarios.

 

Solution: Make a subforum inside of this one that everyone can post their querys about buying new headphones.

post #2549 of 5343

It's not an issue with scenarios, it's an issue with the veterans who deemed it necessary to clean up the suggestion threads not actually reading and supporting the thread.  I don't blame them, I just mean to say that the only way a single suggestion thread can work is if people with insight visit it regularly and post opinions.

 

Edit: though I agree, either heavily moderate the individual threads so they are archived once answered or create a subforum.  Though i see the subforum experiencing the same problem as the single thread, a lack of attention.


Edited by darinmc - 1/23/13 at 8:54am
post #2550 of 5343
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Originally Posted by yonyz View Post

I used to own an ATH M50 until 2 months ago. I sold them because they were giving me headaches. I loved using them for movies mostly, but also for music.

I am looking for an IEM that isn't worse in terms of details, but it doesn't have to have the same signature. I think the M50 are relatively flat (neutral) sounding, so maybe something of this kind?

Budget is up to 120 USD (shipping included).

 

Headaches because of the clamping force?  Etymotics HF5?  Shure SE215 for a bit more bass?

 

Quote:

Originally Posted by fallingyuki View Post

Just like to ask do you think its worth it to buy a pair of ATH-M50s even though I already have a pair of akg 450s, would there be that much of a difference in sound quality when being used for music only?

P.S Ordered 2 pair of monoprice 8320 after reading some reviews on this site cant wait for em!!

 

I have the K450s and have auditioned the M50s extensively.  The M50 is a big upgrade, both in size of the headphone and quality across the range.  You'll notice a big difference.

Also have the 8320s, enjo

 

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Originally Posted by chevy454 View Post

i going to try this again, cause my recent purchase of the HDJ-2000 from pioneer did actually rock my boat. I had the chance to listen to the logitech ue 6000 and didnt care for the sound quality. I didnt feel the bass and they didnt get loud enough.

 

This is what im looking for...

 

1. Music type-rap and r&b

2. Price-under $200

3. Source-Galaxy Note 2

4. Additional options-

 Removal cord

 Clarity

 Deep punchy bass

 Ability to play loud without amp but improve with a fiio e6 or e11
 

 

Wow if you think the UE6000 doesn't have enough bass, then you are a bass head!  Sony XB500 for you, my friend.  <$50 if you can still find them, and let us know what you think of them.

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