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Long time lurker---picked up lots of good info----here's my current situation

 

 

I am looking for a new set of IEM'S:

 

a little more background---

 

I have 4 currently working sets of IEM'S:

 

Panasonic HJE 900

Shure 215

VSonic GR06

Klispch S4

 

 

I love the HJE's:  bassy, with nice treble and comfy mids

I really like the Shure's also, a little more balanced.  I do like a little more on the bottom though.

The VSonics are very nice, just a little too flat for me.

I like The S4's also, and when I first got them, I felt they were the most underrated, best bang for the buck out there. After listening toi other sets, I do fel that they do lack a bit of quality in the upper regions.

 

I seem to like the V-shape EQ-----lots of bass, balanced midrange, and nice bright treble.

 

Hit me with your recommendations for my next IEM under $200.00

 

I am looking for something to wear anytime, bur I need something that can handle trips to the gym---treadmill and weightlifting.

 

Thank you for all of the high qualtiy info on this site!!

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Long time lurker---picked up lots of good info----here's my current situation

 

 

I am looking for a new set of IEM'S:

 

a little more background---

 

I have 4 currently working sets of IEM'S:

 

Panasonic HJE 900

Shure 215

VSonic GR06

Klispch S4

 

 

I love the HJE's:  bassy, with nice treble and comfy mids

I really like the Shure's also, a little more balanced.  I do like a little more on the bottom though.

The VSonics are very nice, just a little too flat for me.

I like The S4's also, and when I first got them, I felt they were the most underrated, best bang for the buck out there. After listening toi other sets, I do fel that they do lack a bit of quality in the upper regions.

 

I seem to like the V-shape EQ-----lots of bass, balanced midrange, and nice bright treble.

 

Hit me with your recommendations for my next IEM under $200.00

 

I am looking for something to wear anytime, bur I need something that can handle trips to the gym---treadmill and weightlifting.

 

Thank you for all of the high qualtiy info on this site!!

 

Easy TF10 has that exact sound signature your looking for and they cost $168 on Amazon.  If you do the flip flop mode to them which is just taking taking out the cable and fliping the housing 180 degrees and reconnecting them, when I did that they fit perfectly and I ran and lifted with them in no problem.  For the sound signature an price you want the TF10 is pretty much the best one you can get.

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If you can wait a couple of months for the TF10's, after thanksgiving on Black Friday, they usually do a $99 deal assuming you live in the US. 

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