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post #1 of 14
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Hi to all

 

This is my fist post on the forum and i need an advice.

 

I'm looking to buy some in ear headphones and so far my choices are the:

 

Denon AH-C260R (because i cannot find the 260(without R) and AKG Q350 (both of the are almost in the same price range)

 

before them i had  Panasonic in ear (don't remember the name (cheap ones)) and after that i had Klipsch S3 (very happy with them but i loose one ear bud and after that the "backups")

 

So now i have to new in ear...

 

PS don't have many options in my country...

 

Any help-advice its appreciated.

 

Thanks

post #2 of 14
Thread Starter 

Any advice anyone?!
 

post #3 of 14
Price range, Country, genre of music, usage (home or about), source for your music, do you like a true music reproduction or are you a BassHead???

All of these things will help others make suggestions.

Oh and By the way... Welcome to the forum.

Jim
post #4 of 14
Thread Starter 

price range around 50$ or 50euro...country Romania

 

Music source Iphone 3Gs

 

I listen to almost anything from drum and base, dub step, hip hop, minimal, techo.... to the chill music... depends on the mood.

 

I like music reproduction and i like Bass but lets say i don't wanna hear only base

 

And i'm trying to get some very comfortable in ear headphones as i tend (and like) to listen music a very long time.

 

Hope this will help.


Edited by doogg - 7/19/12 at 3:37pm
post #5 of 14
Quite a few... Many people have been/are pleased with this headphone:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/561951/philips-she3580-iem-review-10-giant-killers-er-4p-gathering-dust

I would suggest you get a pair of these for now. Then read and study these forums further.

They will get you by for now, and you may be able to save more money for an upgrade over the 50 dollar mark.

Good Luck, Jim
post #6 of 14

Can you get the JVC HA-FX40?

post #7 of 14
Thread Starter 

Cannot get the JVC HA-FX4, the best i can get from JVC is  the  HA-FX1X.

 

Also have some issues finding the SHE3580 (found instead the SHE3680 not sure if they are the same as sound)

 

 

Any ideas..

 

Thansk alot for the alternatives

 

post #8 of 14
The 3680 is a bit different from the 3580 but just as good, I've heard them both.
post #9 of 14
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Would u recommend any of the in ear headphones i mention in the first post... or should i go with the 3680 a lot more cheaper then the other ones.

I'm looking for something very comfortable in long term..and don't plan to change them very recently.

post #10 of 14
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Originally Posted by doogg View Post

Would u recommend any of the in ear headphones i mention in the first post... or should i go with the 3680 a lot more cheaper then the other ones.

I'm looking for something very comfortable in long term..and don't plan to change them very recently.

 

I don't know about the comparative sound quality but the 3580/3680 are definitely very comfortable, thanks to small housing and small nozzle.  But it only comes with 3 single-flange tips, so if you have fit problems with the provided tips you may have to shop for aftermarket tips.  Not that I know anything about what tips the phones you mentioned come with... and shopping for aftermarket tips is a lot cheaper than shopping for new phones.

post #11 of 14
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The Problem with aftermarket tips are that they cost about half the price of the earphones.

i was looking to buy tips for the klipsch S3 and the only one found are Comply T400 and are about half the price and its taking about 1 week for delivery
 

post #12 of 14
I love my Comply Foam tips...

I just bought 60 pair for under 2 bucks a pair.

Keep looking, the deals are out there.

Jim
post #13 of 14
Thread Starter 

Well u can get 5 pairs of Comply Foam T400 at about 30$ here  so i don't think its a good deal

Also cannot get Phillips 3680 as out of stock


Edited by doogg - 7/22/12 at 3:52pm
post #14 of 14
Thread Starter 

Does anyone knows anything about this model PHILIPS SHO2205WT/10?

 

 

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