Left are the:
- Monster Pro Copper
- JVC FX700
- Westone 4
Hmm, how are the mids/highs from the JVC's compared to the Pro Coppers and Westone's? In terms of - crispy and clarity? And is the separation/depth is good on the JVC's?
Which of those 3 would you recommend me? Keep in mind, I like a lot of bass, but also want good instrument separation and clarity and crispness in the mids and highs.
Please don't add any other options, I just want 1 out of these 3.
dude!! if u want bass as well as a good separation go for the Turbine Pro Coppers.. since it shares a decent amount of ur needs. Although the perfect solution at this point would be the westone 4.... i didn't recommend u the 4"s cuz a bass lover will never get satisfied with the westone bass concept.. ( quality over quantity )
at the end of the day ur choices would be --- Turbine copper ( great bass controlled but slightly boo-my / flashy / Decent separation / a live and a creamy mid range / any gen-er of music wold be its meal.. only down fault is its small plate like sound stage ... )
-- westone 4 ( a good bass resolution as well as awesome control over. Not flashy as the coppers though / A warmer mid range / dominating any kind of music easily due to its flatish presentation / great separation ( almost the best on a universal ) 0 down faults.. ( but for u bass will be a - point )