Oh, my bad. Yeah, then there is no difference between them.
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BTW, if you have any suggestions regarding other IEM models that might fit my wills, my budget is not more than 200$ and I've already stated the things which are important to me - so please feel free.
Thanks you very much guys! you're great...
I first owned the Triple.Fi and I loved them for two year. That was until I tried the Monsters Pro copper and it was more immersive to me and more comfortable so I sold the Triple-Fi. But the Coppers break on me once a year around 8 months of use so I have to keep sending them to Monster for replacement.
So I purchased the MG-7 Atrios but can't get use to the sound signature being closed in. They are two weeks old and I only have 50 hrs of use to break them in and 4 hours of actual usage. I will be listing them for sale on here later today or tomorrow.
So I searched this site some more and found out the Yamaha EPH-100 being received favorably and I got them from Newegg last week for $149 shipped. Right now the Yamaha's are my favorites ever and sound better to me than the Triple.Fi, Coppers or MG7. To me, it is like they took what I liked of each one of those and made a good blend. The fit is also very nice. Many members here are rating the Yamahas higher than earphones costing over $350. Here is a thread were they are being discussed.
By the way, I see in E-bay and Amazon the TF10 regular model (around 170$, which I was initially talking about) and pro model (300$, which is too expensive for me). I have two question on the matter:
1. Your recommendations were regarding the regular model of TF10, right? 'cause the pro model is a bit too expensive for me :)
2. What's the difference between them? Is it relevant for me?
The TF10 on ebay can be had for $129.95 with free shipping. Search triplefi 10.
There is a coupon code that you can use at the atriome.com site, check the Atrio appreciation thread. You can get them shipped for $110.00. OK I found it, here is the code CostProg50%