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post #31 of 39
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Yeah the Gr06 is tech better but sometime's it's too mid-forward for me and the treble can get fuzzy sometimes. It also can come off as being " Dry" sounding on some cds.

The 02 for me just is a better " All Rounder", I like them both really but I seem to grab the 02s a lot more often.

I hear you on the 02 fit, The confort is great for me but they do need a deeper seal. I think the nozzle is to short and a little fatter. I've been using the double flanges that come with the Hisound Popo, they have the wide opening so they just add some extra size to get a deeper fit.

 

Exactly Magicman...They break seal quite easily because of the non-deep insertion.  I am going to try some MEE double flanges.  I believe they are a bit bigger in length and depth.  Thanks...

 

Cheers

post #32 of 39
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Originally Posted by Magicman74 View Post

 The confort is great for me but they do need a deeper seal. I think the nozzle is to short and a little fatter. I've been using the double flanges that come with the Hisound Popo, they have the wide opening so they just add some extra size to get a deeper fit.

 

 

Finally....The R02PROs are finally shining.  Went with the MEE double flange and the fit is much better as well as a deeper insertion.  Now, when I turn my head they don't fall off...lol...Good times!!!

post #33 of 39

m6 is a good bang for the buck IEM, most comfortable I have owned too and I don't question it's build quality.

 

Ha-FX101, JVC new IEM has good bass and good sound quality costs about $22  after tax at a local Sears if you live in the US and you want it now. I personally think the bass is a tad bit overpowering sometimes, its definately a bass heavy IEM. 

 

HA-FX40, another new JVC IEM, has good sound quality from what I hear on the forums and is definately worth looking into.

 

Thermaltake Isurus: from what I recall it suppusbly has good sound, I have heard at least one or two people think it was a rebranded AKG but not using the same high quality parts but still has a similar sound. Also worth looking into.

post #34 of 39
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Hey guys thanks for all the posts!  I would've bought a pair by now, but my brother offered to buy a pair under $100. But for everyone else who wants to learn from this thread, my choice would've been the gr99s. Thanks again

post #35 of 39

shure se215, monster turbine, vsonic gr06, ue700 (if you're really lucky), hifiman re0,HiFisoundaudio crystal, phonak perfect bass 012, 

post #36 of 39

for under 30 bucks, Able Planet SI500. hey are worth it. much fuller and detailed sound than meelec m6 or m21-s... also, the stage is much, much wider...

post #37 of 39

i wouldn't call  the 3580 garbage,   for 15-18 bucks they have a very good sound, same thing with the Fx40 and FX101.  If where going to use "better save your money" then whe should all be saving 1,000 bucks and stop wasting money on all this "100 Garbage"


Edited by rickdohc - 7/25/12 at 6:51am
post #38 of 39

CC51P for less than $30 is an exceptional value in a quality IEM. Awesome phones.

post #39 of 39

I recently got a pair of m6's and for the price they are really hard to beat.  They are super comfortable and sound great considering how much you are paying.

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