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post #46 of 54
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Originally Posted by james444 View Post

^ No, I just happened to find out by chance that certain phones (and watches, btw) were way cheaper from Amazon Italy than Germany, so I pay them a visit every now and then. wink.gif

    

     It is 48 euro now.. great price compared to amazon.co.uk....

    

     There is a great deal for ksc75 on the british site - only £13 against €30 in the italian.


Edited by My3uka - 7/16/12 at 12:49pm
post #47 of 54

^ Yep, my €55 quote for the KDX200 included shipping.

 

It's quite interesting and somewhat odd with Amazon in the EU, some phones are cheapest in the UK, some in Germany and others in Italy. Best Ety ER4 offer is actually from Spain. A little bit of bargain hunting sure pays off.

post #48 of 54
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Originally Posted by sofastreamer View Post

already had ex1000 and found the lower mids too warm.
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Originally Posted by sofastreamer View Post

Hi,

 

i am searching for an ex1000 in condition again. should ship within europe. would trade my se535 or money as offered.

 

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post #49 of 54
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if i cannot find a better option, the ex might be the best compromise.
post #50 of 54

Smoothest IEM I've ever heard is the Radius DDM. I can listen to that thing for hours at a time. Rolled off highs, rumbling/linear bass all the way down to 20hz, a chillout champion. It's not boring though. IEMs I've heard/listened to are in my profile. I don't know much about them, but Yamaha's EPH-100 also looks promising for under $150.

post #51 of 54
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Originally Posted by sofastreamer View Post

if i cannot find a better option, the ex might be the best compromise.

 

In that case, did you consider the MDR-7550? AFAIK, everyone who's heard both said that they're more relaxed than the EX1000.

post #52 of 54

Another vote for Radius DDM. I'm very sensitive to treble and I find these completely devoid of harshness, smooth as silk.
 

post #53 of 54

Seems like the EPH-100 would fit the bill... I go for 8+ hours listening to these on occasion without fatigue, they definitely have a push in the bass and they go very deep - it has rumble but with minimal bloat. Not spectacular in the treble but not really recessed either, nothing is harsh on these.

 

http://en.goldenears.net/8861


Edited by bobeau - 7/30/12 at 3:09pm
post #54 of 54
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owned the eph and they killed my with an wierd treble spike. i found what i was looking for in the ue200.

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