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Need help chosing IEM!!

post #1 of 31
Thread Starter 

Hi, I recently bought Klipsch s4 and i think they are pretty ok. but,now i want more :)

 

I mainly use my ipod nano 6th gen as player.. I listen to ALL kinds of music from jazz to metall and get most music from itunes,youtube and cd`s .I am searching for something in the price class of 80-150 pounds/euros..

Have spent hours reading reviews,there is just so many to choose from.And im ofcourse searching for a "bang for the buck" IEM.

 

So,do you have any recomendations with this setup!?

 

Thank´s!

 

 


Edited by mm-j - 4/22/12 at 5:00am
post #2 of 31

Try looking at the Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10. I think they are a great bang for the buck triple armature iem.

post #3 of 31
Thread Starter 

hm.. i have looked at those,doesnt seem bad.

I was also looking at ultimate ears 700 !?

post #4 of 31

 

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Originally Posted by ProjectDenz View Post

Try looking at the Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10. I think they are a great bang for the buck triple armature iem.

 

x2

post #5 of 31

 

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Originally Posted by mm-j View Post

hm.. i have looked at those,doesnt seem bad.

I was also looking at ultimate ears 700 !?

 

I think you will find that the replaceable cable on the TF10 will prevent future cabling issues that the UE700 has. TF10 also has more bass quantity as some people seem to complain about the UE700 not having enough bass.

post #6 of 31
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they are just pretty on the pricey side for me..

dont know if they will fit my ears,my klipsch fits perfect!

post #7 of 31

I'm assuming you are from the UK since you mentioned pounds as a currency.

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ultimate-Ears-Triple-10-Earphones/dp/B000JFJDAE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1335098523&sr=8-1

 

Sits between your budget.

 

 

Fit should only be an issue if you have tiny ears. My ears are average sized and they fit perfect.


Edited by ProjectDenz - 4/22/12 at 5:44am
post #8 of 31
Thread Starter 

Hey not bad price! im actually from finland but ordering is not an issue..

How does mp3 tracks sound?

Are they a step up from klipsch? (there are no stupid questions lol)

post #9 of 31

 

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Originally Posted by mm-j View Post

Hey not bad price! im actually from finland but ordering is not an issue..

How does mp3 tracks sound?

Are they a step up from klipsch? (there are no stupid questions lol)

 

Well its a pretty good iem and is considered a top tier universal. It has nice and punchy bass (not Earth rattling) and a sparkly treble. People tend to say the mids are slightly recessed but from my experience with many types of headphones I would say that they are simply distant and placed behind the bass and treble.

post #10 of 31

So I whipped my TF10 out of its hiding place and I'm liking what I'm hearing. Coming off the JH13 there's nothing that's making me want to stop listening to them in disgust.

post #11 of 31

+3 on the TF10. You can look at the GR-07 as well, however ;) 

post #12 of 31
Thread Starter 

thank you for your replys,i just hope they wont be to large for me..

post #13 of 31

+2 Vsonic GR07, a really bang for the buck!!

post #14 of 31
For $65 vsonic gr06 and hisound popo should be best. $160 vsonic gr07 or tf10 will be only bit better than those two. And $1000 iem will only bit better too than gr07 itself. So no reason to spend more than $65 if you are normal listener, not rich audiophile.
post #15 of 31

Im sure the GR07 will be a suitable purchase!


Edited by Swimsonny - 4/22/12 at 12:04pm
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