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I own she3590 I liked its sig I wanted something similar with good bass and more details and good built quality is main priority and highs should be some lesser than 3590
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I own she3590 I liked its sig I wanted something similar with good bass and more details and good built quality is main priority and highs should be some lesser than 3590

Then piston 2 will suit you more, it has similar bass, lesser highs, has better details too.
3 on the other hand has lesser highs but has lesser bass too. If you can manage with close to 30% lesser bass, you should consider 3.

SHQ2305 is not suited for your sig.
post #558 of 567
which piston is similar to Apple earpod
and do piton works with laptop.
and how they are on the aspect of durability and built
post #559 of 567

@suman134 - I was a silent lurker of this thread for the last few days (just now subscribed). I was looking for a cheap earphone for sleep time use with decent details that doesn't cost me much that's when I found your impression on Panasonic RP-HJE 125 few pages back, ordered them from ebay (got it yesterday). These Panas are pretty good sounding earphones for such low price (paid 260 bucks after ebay coupon discount).

 

Now awaiting delivery of RP-HJE180.


Edited by mebaali - Yesterday at 11:26 am
post #560 of 567

Just thought of updating on RP-HJE180.  Received it this morning. 

 

My impressions OOTB with stock tips: These are very lively sounding IEMs with great clarity and instrument separation. These have got very controlled fast/tight bass (with a decent presence of sub-bass) and there is this sparkle in treble makes these IEMs such a joy to listen to. Mids are bit forward placed than many other IEMs that I have used earlier. To my ears, these are sounding very musical. Without an iota of doubt, are one of the best IEMs I have ever listened to OOTB and also best 180 bucks I have ever spent on buying an electronic product in my life :)

 

(Remember that I had listen to these only for just 2 hours, so impression could change over the course of usage)


Edited by mebaali - Today at 4:33 am
post #561 of 567
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which piston is similar to Apple earpod
and do piton works with laptop.
and how they are on the aspect of durability and built


 No idea, never dared to try the Earpod. :p

 Piston has awesome build, at least better than 3 and KZ ED8M.

 You will not be able to use the mic while using it with your laptop.

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Just thought of updating on RP-HJE180.  Received it this morning. 

 

My impressions OOTB with stock tips: These are very lively sounding IEMs with great clarity and instrument separation. These have got very controlled fast/tight bass (with a decent presence of sub-bass) and there is this sparkle in treble makes these IEMs such a joy to listen to. Mids are bit forward placed than many other IEMs that I have used earlier. To my ears, these are sounding very musical. Without an iota of doubt, are one of the best IEMs I have ever listened to OOTB and also best 180 bucks I have ever spent on buying an electronic product in my life :)

 

(Remember that I had listen to these only for just 2 hours, so impression could change over the course of usage)


 I have never tried the 180 sadly, it looks odd to me. If you are looking for a daily use earphone, i think you will love the SHQ2305.

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 I have never tried the 180 sadly, it looks odd to me. If you are looking for a daily use earphone, i think you will love the SHQ2305.

I was looting Ebay left,right, and center last week, will have to wait for yet another big discount coupon to hunt these down :-)

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I was looting Ebay left,right, and center last week, will have to wait for yet another big discount coupon to hunt these down :-)


 All the best!! you know, you will love the cable clip and the MIC. Go for the MIC version if you decide to bite the bullet.

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 All the best!! you know, you will love the cable clip and the MIC. Go for the MIC version if you decide to bite the bullet.

 

That sounds very promising. Though, i prefer IEMs sans mcirophone.

 

BTW, what's your take on RP-HJE290? and Philips SHE3900?

 

Is it worth getting any of these over your other suggestion SHQ2305?

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That sounds very promising. Though, i prefer IEMs sans mcirophone.

 

BTW, what's your take on RP-HJE290? and Philips SHE3900?

 

Is it worth getting any of these over your other suggestion SHQ2305?


 No, not as detailed as SHQ2305, SHQ has bigger stage too. Fitting is shallow and isolation is lacking though.

post #567 of 567
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 No, not as detailed as SHQ2305, SHQ has bigger stage too. Fitting is shallow and isolation is lacking though.

Then will surely look to get these soon. Thanks for this wonderful thread full of information :beerchug: 

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